Sam Stanton and Osman Sow are set to return to action when Dundee United look to make it three wins on the bounce as Falkirk visit Tannadice tomorrow.
Dundee United need to ignore everything that’s happening around them and just concentrate on winning matches between now and the end of the regular season.
Sam Stanton has been on both ends of cup shocks in his time, and it’s the feeling when he was on the wrong end of one that makes him determined to make sure Dundee United win their fourth-round tie against Montrose.
Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson expects midfielder Sam Stanton to be fit for Saturday’s Scottish Cup trip to Montrose.
Dundee United midfield man Sam Stanton knows good performances can only take them so far in a cut-throat Championship and they need to start picking up three points, starting at Dunfermline on Saturday.
Dundee United manager Csaba Laszlo admits he is relieved to, finally, have close to a full squad to choose from.
Dundee United boss Csaba Laszlo believes his team can head for Alloa in confident mood after making it two league wins in a row with an impressive 3-1 success over Partick Thistle.
Midfielder Sam Stanton is the major Dundee United doubt for Saturday’s Tannadice clash with Partick Thistle.
To many on the outside, after a poor run in the Betfred Cup group stages, there has to be something of a cloud hanging over Dundee United just now.
Sam Stanton has seen a lot of good friends leave Dundee United over the summer but, rather than looking back, the midfielder admits he excited about what lies ahead.
Dundee United will be without the versatile Sam Stanton when Falkirk visit Tannadice on Saturday.
Dundee United today announced the signing of midfielder Sam Stanton until May 2020.
Sam Stanton is looking for Dundee United to make another major statement when they head for Championship strugglers Falkirk today.
Dundee United midfielder Sam Stanton has called on the rest of the Championship to come and get them.
Put down on paper or in various forms of social media, the exclamation “FFS” is normally one no family newspaper would want to use.
After a difficult patch towards the end of August, Dundee United have quietly put together a decent unbeaten run of six games that’s taken them back to just a point off the top of the Championship and into the quarter-finals of the Irn-Bru Cup.
A veteran of Edinburgh derbies with parent club Hibs, Dundee United loan signing Sam Stanton believes the clash of the Tannadice Street neighbours is a game to be relished every bit as much as the capital affair.