The appointment of what will be Dundee’s fourth manager in little over two years could be a make-or- break decision for Dens managing director John Nelms.
More than 100 Dundee United fans turned out at DC Thomson’s Meadowside base last night for the launch of Arabs Away.
This week Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, George Cran and Calum Woodger dissect what went wrong as Dundee’s relegation to the Championship is confirmed and ask are they the worst Dee side ever? Elsewhere, the boys receive a call from Down Under about Dundee United and Tom doesn’t know what Mad Dog is.
In this wretched season for Dundee, at last some good news, despite being pretty much being back where he started when he arrived almost six years ago, only several million dollars out of pocket, American owner Tim Keyes remains committed to his Dens Park project.
TOM DUTHIE: I liken Dundee’s malaise to the theory that too many ingredients can lead to culinary disaster
If too many cooks spoil the broth, that must surely follow the idea the more ingredients a recipe includes, the greater the potential for culinary disaster is.
PODCAST: Twa Teams, One Street – God bless America as owners stay at Dundee and United have choices to make
This week Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, George Cran and Calum Woodger dissect a statement from Dundee’s American owners reaffirming their commitment to the club, discuss the options available to Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson for the play-offs and, as ever, the boys take aim at each other.
As Dundee stare into the abyss that is relegation, a lot of worrying thoughts have been crossing my mind.
Positive is not a word that can be used in connection with Dundee right now.
This week Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, George Cran and Calum Woodger accept Dundee are defeated but ask why there wasn't more blood and snotters? Also, Dundee United have to keep momentum going in their promotion push and we have a special offer for Tangerines everywhere.
PODCAST: Twa Teams, One Street – Dundee need something from St Johnstone and can United make signal of intent?
This week Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, George Cran and Calum Woodger preview the first of ‘five cup finals’ for Dundee post-split, discuss why Dundee United need to put another marker down against Inverness in the Highlands and Tom reminisces about the glory days of Arbroath.
PODCAST: Twa Teams, One Street – Second best could be enough for United and Dundee need glimmer of hope
This week Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, Calum Woodger and Graeme Finnan discuss why Dundee United need to secure second spot in the Championship, ask if Dundee can find the spark they desperately need to avoid relegation and also take your calls.
The Tele sports reporters reckon Dundee United can go to Ross County and win on Friday – but it might not be enough to get them promoted.
This week, Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, George Cran and Calum Woodger discuss whether Dundee United can make a late title bid after recent improved form, how Dundee can beat relegation rivals St Mirren in Paisley and delve further into the fallout around Alex McLeish’s Scotland reign.
I’ll be honest, I’ve tried not to spend too much time thinking about the wrangle between Dundee’s owners and the main supporters group, the DFCSS, over shares the fans own.
Dundee United’s victory over Ross County on Tuesday was vital in keeping their promotion hopes alive.
Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie and Calum Woodger are joined by sports editor Graeme Finnan to dissect what Dundee United have to do between now and when Championship leaders Ross County next play. They also look ahead to Dundee’s huge clash with relegation rivals St Mirren. They also discussed Scotland's Euro 2020 qualifying prospects — ahead of THAT match in Kazakhstan.
This week, Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, George Cran and Calum Woodger get a little bit depressed as Dundee and United falter in key matches last Saturday but try to look ahead with some optimism as the weekend sees the Dark Blues take on Celtic and the Tangerines travel to Dunfermline. Elsewhere, Calum makes an appeal for a friend.
This week, the Tele's sports reporters George Cran and Calum Woodger are joined by the newsdesk colleague David Wren as they discuss Dundee United's trip to Partick and Hearts' visit to play Dundee at Dens Park on Saturday. Calum also takes a swipe at Dee defender Genseric Kusunga.
The Tele's sports reporters say Dundee United's weekend Scottish Cup quarter-final is a "bonus" with the club's sole focus on tonight's clash with Inverness.
Despite the major disappointment of the defeat at Ayr United, the consolation for Dundee United fans at the moment has to be the fact they have become genuine promotion contenders under Robbie Neilson.