As footballers go, Sean Dillon is not among the most superstitious.
On the surface they were rivals as well as team-mates during their brief time together at Dundee United.
Former Dundee United skipper Sean Dillon has been shortlisted in the 2017/18 PFA League Two Player of the Year award after a superb season with Montrose.
Former Dundee United captain Sean Dillon took on the Beast from the East as he chipped in clearing roads and paths.
Another unwanted free Saturday means by the time Dundee United face Livingston a week tonight they could be 17 points adrift of the top of the Championship.
With the club due to announce the departure of Ray McKinnon, the focus turns to who may replace him as Dundee United manager.
Former Dundee United skipper Sean Dillon has today joined Montrose.
Former Dundee United skipper Sean Dillon is on the wanted list of a string of lower division clubs.
The last couple of seasons have been tough but, as he packed his bags to leave Tannadice for the last time, Sean Dillon says he wouldn’t have missed a minute of his 10 years at Dundee United.
Two of Dundee United’s most experienced campaigners have left the club but a third looks set to stay.
Club captain Sean Dillon has left Tannadice after ten years at Dundee United.
It will be a new-look Dundee United when boss Ray McKinnon has another crack at promotion next season.
Dundee United midfielder Scott Fraser has told the fan at the centre of an angry bust-up with skipper Sean Dillon he should be embarrassed.
Despite already having sealed their play-off spot, Sean Dillon is urging his Dundee United team-mates not to get ahead of themselves.
Dundee United are set to be without skipper Sean Dillon for the rest of the season.
Tannadice on Tuesday night hosted one of those rare games in football when the result didn’t matter.
Sean Dillon is set to play some part in his testimonial against Hearts at Tannadice tonight despite picking up an ankle injury at St Mirren last week.
Dundee United will be without attacking midfielder Scott Fraser for the rest of the season after it was confirmed he has broken his foot.
Dundee United suffered a hat-trick of woe as their league slump continued with defeat at bottom club St Mirren on Wednesday night.
Dundee United club captain Sean Dillon has rejected a chance to return to Irish football after Shamrock Rovers made a cheeky bid for the 33-year-old.