Dundee boss Paul Hartley admits he’ll accept criticism after his side endured an all-round bad day at Inverness.
Nicky Low looks set to make his first start of the season when Dundee travel to face Inverness Caley Thistle today.
Striker Rory Loy has moved himself into contention for a starting place when Dundee visit Inverness Caley Thistle on Saturday.
After going on a 12-game unbeaten run, St Johnstone have lost their last two games, 4-2 at home to Celtic and 2-1 away to Inverness Caley Thistle.
Inverness have signed French striker Lonsana Doumbouya — and could add former Dundee United defender Gavin Gunning before tomorrow’s home game against St Johnstone.
A lucky punter has scooped nearly £60,000 after betting three of Saturday's Betfred Cup matches would end 7-0.
Ray McKinnon concedes facing Premiership opposition in the League Cup could be a case of perfect timing.
Dundee United face their toughest test so far in the build up to the new league season when they head for Inverness Caley Thistle in the League Cup today.
A club the size of Dundee should not have gone so long without silverware, according to Dark Blues midfielder James Vincent.
Gavin Gunning has spoken for the first time on the bizarre handball incident that saw him get the boot from Dundee United.
A long, lazy summer, spent on some white sandy beach, beer in hand, without a ball in sight was bliss to many a player back in times gone by. Those days are long gone for the modern pro, says Dundee winger Danny Williams.
Dundee new boy Danny Williams says he can’t wait to be a part of the “most exciting forward line in Scottish football”.
The Oor Wullie Bucket Trail has captured Dundee’s imagination with a creative and fun community event that will take place this summer.
I’m willing to forgive the Dundee players for starting their holidays during the second half of Saturday’s final league game at Inverness.
Scott Bain has expressed his delight at getting yet another Scotland call.
Dundee United could face more misery to round off their relegation season after it emerged they may be docked points and fined for fielding an ineligible player.
When he missed Dundee United’s 2010 Scottish Cup triumph because of a broken foot, Paul Dixon didn’t think he could get any lower.
Pat McCarron has had worse weeks — it’s just he can’t think when.
Inverness would be foolish not to try and resign Dundee United striker Billy Mckay, according to Caley's assistant manager Brian Rice.
It might not have been the result everyone wanted but in the grand scheme of things a draw with Inverness is not all that bad for Dundee United.