Just before five o’clock on May 21, 1994, referee Douglas Hope blew his whistle to end the Scottish Cup Final and in doing so ended 20 years of Hampden hurt for Dundee United.
Hearts midfielder Olly Lee will miss Saturday’s William Hill Scottish Cup final with a knee injury.
TOM DUTHIE: Here’s how things have changed in five years since Dundee United faced Inverness in Scottish Cup
The Scottish Cup quarter-final clash with Inverness Caley Thistle at Tannadice tomorrow will bring mixed memories for Dundee United fans.
He’s trying not to look far ahead but Dundee United goalkeeper Benjamin Siegrist admits a Scottish Cup semi-final appearance at Hampden would be special for him.
Robbie Neilson doesn’t believe facing each other for the second time in five days will pose problems for Dundee United or Inverness Caley Thistle in Sunday’s Scottish Cup quarter-final at Tannadice.
I’ve never hidden the fact that I love perusing through our archives with old photographs and cuttings.
Dundee United will face Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup after they won a thrilling Highland derby on penalties last night with the score at 2-2 after extra time.
Ivan Golac’s laid-back approach helped Dundee United beat Rangers to win Scottish Cup, says Maurice Malpas
Dundee United legend Maurice Malpas says the laid-back approach of manager Ivan Golac helped them achieve something even the great Jim McLean hadn’t – leading the club to its first-ever Scottish Cup success.
Robbie Neilson comments as St Mirren slam THEIR OWN FANS for spitting and throwing coins at unconscious Dundee United fan
St Mirren have slammed their own supporters after they spat and threw coins at an unconscious Dundee United supporter.
Dundee United's first-half performance was enough to see them over the line and into the Scottish Cup quarter-final draw.
St Mirren captain Stephen McGinn is set to miss Saturday’s Scottish Cup last-16 clash with Dundee United.
Midfielder Jesse Curran will miss Dundee’s Scottish Cup replay at Queen of the South today because of the hamstring injury he suffered in Saturday’s defeat against Motherwell.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre was relieved to still be in the Scottish Cup after his side scraped a draw with Queen of the South at Dens Park.
Dundee host Championship side Queen of the South in the Scottish Cup.
Dundee United breezed into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup with the most comfortable of 4-0 wins over Montrose.
Dundee’s Scottish Cup clash with Queen of the South marks a fresh start for Craig Curran after his move over the road from Dundee United earlier this month.
Queen of the South boss Gary Naysmith knows his side could upset Dundee in the William Hill Scottish Cup but insists the Taysiders are a step up in opponent.
As footballers go, Sean Dillon is not among the most superstitious.