Ray McKinnon’s first act as Morton manager could be to raid former employers Dundee United for the services of assistant boss Laurie Ellis.
Ray McKinnon believes his decision to change the entire starting line-up for last weekend’s Irn-Bru Cup win has been vindicated by not having to rush fit-again Tam Scobbie or Paul Quinn back into action.
Dundee United are facing more striking problems for this weekend’s Championship opener at Inverness Caley Thistle.
The sight of almost 3,000 Arabs staying right behind their team to the final whistle has made devastated Ray McKinnon even more determined to be the man who leads Dundee United back to the top flight.
There will be close on a full house at Tannadice tomorrow night and Ray McKinnon believes that can help Dundee United to take a big step towards regaining their Premiership status.
Dundee United expect their three most prolific scorers to be fit for the trip to Ayr United.
Pop star Arab Ricky Ross is putting on a special performance next month to honour Dundee United skipper Sean Dillon.
Dundee United gaffer Ray McKinnon is eyeing second place in the Championship — and wants his players to do the same.
Furious Ray McKinnon has warned his Dundee United players they are killing themselves with outrageous defending.
Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon is delighted long-time deputy Darren Taylor will be working with him on a full-time basis again.
Defiant Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon has refused to concede the race for automatic promotion to runaway Championship leaders Hibs.
The aim is for his team to be just a point behind in the Championship promotion race by the middle of next week.
Ray McKinnon believes Hibs are genuine contenders to repeat their dramatic Scottish Cup success of last year.
Dundee United Ray McKinnon boss is hoping to see his team make it a perfect week by taking three points when promotion rivals Morton come to Tannadice.
His side didn’t kick a ball in the Championship at the weekend but Dundee United gaffer Ray McKinnon knows it was a good one for his team.
Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon has lavished praise on Challenge Cup semi-final hero Tony Andreu — for his workrate.
Dundee United manager Ray McKinnon looks set to ring the changes again for the trip to Dunfermline.
What’s happened to my defence?
Dundee United new boy Thomas Mikkelsen is being worked hard in training to make sure he’s ready to make an immediate impact at Tannadice this weekend.
Ray McKinnon has backed his Dundee United players to show the “freak” defeat last week was no more than a blip in their impressive progress this season.