Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday admits the broken nose he copped from former team-mate Kenny Miller was not the reunion gift he was looking for.
Skipper Fraser Fyvie's last-minute strike rescued Dundee United after a poor display from Csaba Laszlo's side at Tannadice
Dundee will have to end a 17-year Ibrox drought if they are to pick up their first Premiership points of the campaign on Saturday.
Dundee skipper Josh Meekings faces a race to be fit for Saturday’s trip to Ibrox as he attempts to shake off an injury picked up against Motherwell.
As the early-season jockeying for position continues in a Championship that’s, so far, living up to predictions it will be the tightest for years, Dundee United can do themselves a lot of good by winning their next two games.
Fraser Fyvie is not prepared to say how long remains before he’s back pulling the strings for Dundee United in the Championship each week.
If there is one player at Dens Park perfectly qualified to talk about what Dundee need to do to turn round their horrific start to the season, it’s loan defender Ryan Inniss.
Dundee striker Kenny Miller feels the return of key players could help lift spirits in the dressing room with his side low on confidence.
In the wake of Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Alloa, Dundee United boss Csaba Laszlo still cuts a frustrated figure.
Dundee United midfielder Adam Barton insists they can have no excuses for their poor performance at Alloa despite the tough conditions.
Dundee United host Partick Thistle in the SPFL Championship.
Dundee United new boy Pavol Safranko has revealed the biggest hurdle he’s encountered since arriving has been learning to work out English – Scottish-style.
Belief is key for Dundee, says Elton Ngwatala, if they are to chalk up their first league points of the campaign.
Not unlike Dundee United, the early weeks of their season haven’t been without problems, but Csaba Laszlo believes Partick Thistle remain one of his big rivals.
Dundee have three reasons to be cheerful heading to McDiarmid Park this weekend – but a big one to be wary of, too.
Injuries to “five very important players” have hampered the start to Dundee United’s season, according to boss Csaba Laszlo.
For Dundee United, it could well be a case of beware the old boys as they face Partick Thistle on the resumption of Championship business this weekend.
Sofien Moussa’s punishment for his quickfire red card in Saturday’s 3-0 home drubbing by Ayr United in the Betfred Cup is relegation to the reserves.
Dundee host Aberdeen in their first Premiership home game this season.