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Dundee United manager Robbie Neilson insists his side can’t afford to give up as they continue their bid to make a return to the Premiership.
It’s been a slow start to life at Tannadice after his move from MK Dons but striker Osman Sow is certain his patience will pay off and he can play a part in helping Dundee United to promotion.
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His last two victories have convinced Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson he has a squad capable of a sustained Championship promotion challenge.
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After the most frustrating four-and-a-half months of his career, Jordie Briels is delighted to be back and is itching to be part of what he believes can yet be a successful battle to promotion for Dundee United.
Dundee United’s hopes of resurrecting their challenge for automatic promotion were given a timely boost at the weekend as St Mirren crashed to defeat at Livingston.
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After signing a new two-year deal at Tannadice, Stewart Murdoch insists the only thing in his mind is ensuring the second year of that deal is spent in the Premiership.
Departed Tony Andreu has backed Dundee United under Ray McKinnon to be back in the Premiership in a year’s time — after winning automatic promotion.
Dundee United will miss out on a cash windfall of up to £2 million after failing to win promotion to Scottish football’s top flight, it has been revealed.
Jim McInally reckons there is a gap from division to division in Scottish football.
Dundee United gaffer Ray McKinnon has challenged his players to win every game between now and the end of the season to clinch promotion back to the Premiership.
William Edjenguele loves life at Dundee United — but his reasons for pledging his long-term future to Tannadice were professional, not personal.
The aim is for his team to be just a point behind in the Championship promotion race by the middle of next week.
There’s no hiding the feeling of disappointment in the Dundee United dressing-room this week.