Following their Scottish Cup quarter-final exit at the hands of Inverness Caley Thistle on Sunday, Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson hammered home the need to turn their focus back to league matters.
Safranko was gutted to see Laszlo go, but mission remains unchanged for Dundee United’s Slovak hitman
As someone who’d known Csaba Laszlo longer than most at Dundee United, Pavol Safranko was gutted when he got the sack at the end of last week.
If Csaba Laszlo needs a good thought heading to Dunfermline today it’s that last time the teams met Dundee United produced one of their best performances under him.
Revellers have been advised to “be prepared” for all conditions at Carnival Fifty Six — with forecasters predicting changeable weather.
For Dundee, fabulous February has become miserable March and then anxious April — but striker Henrik Ojamaa says there will be no meltdown at Dens Park come May.
Dundee could be boosted by the return of Faissal El Bakhtaoui and Kosta Gadzhalov at Hearts today.
Willo Flood believes a Dundee United/Hibs clash can be a decider in the Championship promotion race.
Full-back Paul Dixon is adamant Dundee United can handle the pressure of being at the top of the Championship.
Mention to Simon Murray that Dundee United can move level on points with Championship leaders Hibs tonight and he quickly moves the conversation to the next topic.
On the coupon, it looks an away banker.
Willo Flood wants to see Dundee United make their Championship rivals pay for not making the most of what was always likely to be a slow start to the season for the Tangerines.
Not for the first time as a Dundee United player, Paul Dixon started the summer wondering who’d be sitting around him in the first-team dressing-room come the new season.
He’s back in the team and has helped get a return to winning ways but Dundee United’s Sean Dillon insists it’s still way too early to read anything into either of those facts.
Centre-half Mark Durnan has issued an eve-of-season warning Dundee United must treat every team in the Championship as potential promotion rivals.
Arabs will get a first look most of Dundee United’s summer signings when the Tangerines travel to Brechin today.
His first year as a full-time pro has ended in horrendous fashion but Simon Murray is determined to show he’s good enough to have a long career in high-level football.