Dundee United are hoping to get back on track at East End Park today after last weekend's shock 6-1 reversal at Falkirk.
It wasn’t so much the hairdryer treatment as a full blast from a jet engine as Csaba Laszlo tore into his players for Saturday’s “unacceptable” display at Falkirk.
Club captain Darren O’Dea says the winter break will do Dundee the world of good and expects a much better team to emerge at the end of the January shutdown.
Dundee United will look to close the gap on league leaders St Mirren away at Falkirk today. Paul Hartley’s men have struggled in recent weeks but the Tangerines can expect a tough task on the plastic pitch. Follow all the action in our live updates below:
Good news Dundee fans! The Cran-o-meter of Dark Blues results was a bit wonky and I short-changed them a bit at the start of December.
Up until last weekend, Cammy Ballantyne was focusing on winning promotion from League Two with Montrose.
Hibernian assistant head coach Garry Parker confirmed the club are on the verge of signing Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain after watching the team come from behind to draw 1-1 with Kilmarnock.
Dundee say they haven't received any bids for in-form defender Jack Hendry, despite reports of an offer from Celtic.
Dundee United striker Scott McDonald is aiming to kill off St Mirren’s title hopes tonight after helping his side extinguish the waning threat of Livingston last Saturday.
Dundee FC will have no live TV coverage until at least March, the SPFL has confirmed.
Winger Billy King says Dundee United have a point to prove against Livingston this weekend.
Dundee United’s clash at Queen of the South was abandoned at half-time by referee Craig Thomson for the “safety of the players” after the articifial surface began to freeze.
Dundee United midfielder Scott Fraser has welcomed his player of the month award but insists the accolade is a reflection of the team's effort.
Manchester City, Celtic, Wolves and Ayr United — not an obvious list of connected outfits but what they all have in common is at the moment they’re the teams in British football dominating their divisions.
Dundee head to the capital looking to bounce back from Friday's defeat to Aberdeen.
A scrappy Scott McKenna goal was enough for Aberdeen to put an end to Dundee's three-match unbeaten run as Derek McInnes led his side to a 1-0 win at Dens Park.
A few weeks back most Dundee fans would wince at the prospect of facing Aberdeen at Dens Park.
Hibernian manager Neil Lennon launched a remarkable attack on "caveman" Hamilton and referee Don Robertson following the 1-1 draw at the SuperSeal Stadium.
Dundee sealed a second-straight victory over Rangers at Dens Park with a Mark O'Hara double seeing them off the foot of the Premiership table.
Scottish Professional Football League chiefs insist they were right to give Hearts time to get the go-ahead for Sunday's Tynecastle clash with Partick Thistle.