Former Dundee United caretaker manager Laurie Ellis is delighted to be back in the game as No 2 to Ray McKinnon at Queen’s Park as he is now developing young talent in the country in two places.
Former Dundee United player and manager Ray McKinnon has been sacked by League One side Falkirk after a poor start to the season.
Former Dundee United favourite Ray McKinnon is gearing up for what could be his biggest-ever game at Tannadice this week.
Dundee United have confirmed former assistant boss Laurie Ellis’ departure from Tannadice.
‘By the end of the journey you’d be seasick!’ Ex-Dark Blue Winnie talks of car trips with United pair and Dee duo George Shaw and Chic Charnley
Former Dundee defender David Winnie has backed the Dark Blues to stay up.
A Dundee band’s new name has been officially unveiled following a close shave with lawyers.
Former Dundee defender David Winnie has been supporting ex-United star Ray McKinnon in his wrangle over a controversial early season managerial move.
Falkirk are looking to maintain their unbeaten start to 2019 with a win against Dundee United today, according to No 2 Darren Taylor.
A famous 60s singer has backed a Dundee indie band just weeks after they feared being sued for using his old group’s name.
Dundee band change their name after legal threat from chart-topping ’60s group with links to Rolling Stones
An up and coming Dundee band have been forced to change their name after being threatened with legal action by a chart-topping act from the 1960s.
Laurie Ellis will be leaving the Dundee United, the Tele understands.
Are the January jitters going to kill off Dundee United’s hopes of winning automatic promotion from the Championship for a third year running?
Robbie Neilson expects a hold-what-they-have approach from Falkirk at Tannadice today – and it’s up to his Dundee United players to cope with that.
Ray McKinnon accepts there will be an added dimension to this weekend’s game against old club Dundee United because he is only “human”.
New Falkirk manager Ray McKinnon has revealed the deadline day madness at the Championship strugglers – and even had a Dundee defender offered to him with just minutes to go till the window slammed shut.
He has been branded a Judas in Greenock but former Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon is adamant his decision to leave Morton for Falkirk was down to him chasing silverware not silver.
Former Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon has moved to set the record straight after a suggestion not all his signings at Tannadice were put through medicals.
The appointment of Ray McKinnon as Morton manager means there might just be an extra edge to eight games Dundee United face in the Championship next season.
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 insists he does not have a point to prove to former club Dundee United after taking over at Greenock Morton.