Dundee United former coach Laurie Ellis has joined Queen of the South as assistant manager.
Dundee United have confirmed former assistant boss Laurie Ellis’ departure from Tannadice.
While the search for their new manager will not stop until a suitable candidate is identified, Dundee United’s main focus for the next 48 hours is on Saturday’s vital Championship trip to Ayr United.
Dundee United fans have given a clear indication that they want a new face to take charge at the club, an exclusive Tele poll has revealed.
Tangerine legend John Holt believes the Dundee United board do not have to leave Tannadice to find the perfect successor to Csaba Laszlo.
The search for Csaba Laszlo's replacement as Dundee United manager continues - and the list of potential candidates continues to grow.
Two names stand out from the rest of the candidates to lead Dundee United on a permanent basis.
Caretaker boss Laurie Ellis is set to be given the chance to show he’s the man to lead Dundee United on a permanent basis.
Csaba Laszlo is again set to lean heavily on the knowledge of No 2 Laurie Ellis when he makes his selection for his first league outing as Dundee United boss.
Put down on paper or in various forms of social media, the exclamation “FFS” is normally one no family newspaper would want to use.
With Dundee United still to announce a new boss following the departure of Ray McKinnon, online pranksters have been up to mischief.
Former Dundee United favourite Scott Crabbe believes the combination of Csaba Laszlo and Laurie Ellis can be the dream team that leads the Tangerines back to the Premiership.
Dundee United caretaker boss Laurie Ellis does not want job full-time – but happy to stay on as assistant
Caretaker boss Laurie Ellis is not a candidate to replace close mate Ray McKinnon as Dundee United manager.
Dundee United’s search for a manager looks certain to extend into next week at least.
Dundee United may find Ray McKinnon's departure comes with a hefty bill.
Ray McKinnon reckons one of the best “signings” he made in his first year in charge at Dundee United was when he appointed Darren Taylor as head of football operations.