Friday night is a golden chance for Dundee United to send a crystal clear signal to the rest of the Championship that they really mean business this season.
Paul Watson admits Dundee United’s defeat at Alloa was “a tough lesson” but vowed there would be a reaction when the Tangerines head to Queen of the South.
Dundee United manager Robbie Neilson hailed his side’s quickfire start in their 6-0 mauling of Greenock Morton.
Dundee United’s biggest task this summer is to keep their heads up and use Saturday’s penalty shootout heartache as fuel to fire them to the title, says defender Paul Watson.
Dundee United defender Paul Watson says it’s vital the Tangerines “keep the foot down” in the final two matches of the season as they bid to hit the play-offs on top form.
Defender Paul Watson believes Dundee United must develop tunnel vision for the next month or so and focus on nothing else but winning games.
A very strong Dundee United reserves were ruthless at Dens Park as they dispatched a youthful Dundee 7-0 in the wee derby.
It is safe to say things have not gone to plan for Dundee United in recent weeks and that culminated in a 2-1 defeat at lowly Alloa on Saturday.
Defenders Paul Watson and Jamie Robson look to be on course to make the squad for Dundee United’s home clash with Queen of the South on Saturday.
Dundee United boss Csaba Laszlo insists his side would have taken all three points at Alloa on Saturday if it wasn’t for Iain Flannigan’s ‘Goal of the Year’.
Paul Watson’s double on his home debut for Dundee United secured a big win over Partick and delighted Arabs.