Dundee United archives October 2008
Dundee United, Latest news update:
United will be without injured striker Jon Daly for Saturday afternoon's Scottish Premier League clash with Falkirk.
Lukasz Zaluska is hoping Dundee United meet Rangers in the Co-operative Cup, as he wants revenge for last season's Hampden defeat.
Craig Levein is relieved his Dundee United side are through to the CIS Insurance Cup semis after their draining and emotional week.
Craig Levein praised his Dundee United players for securing an emotional 2-0 win against St Mirren as a tribute for Eddie Thompson.
Craig Levein believes his players will be totally focussed on Saturday's match with St Mirren despite a difficult fortnight.
Dundee United defender Michael Kovacevic is set to miss Saturday's clash against St Mirren despite being fitted with a protective mask.
The postponed SPL match between Rangers and Dundee United at Ibrox has been allocated a new date - Tuesday November 4.
Dundee United have got this weekend's game against Rangers postponed after chairman Eddie Thompson lost his long battle with cancer.
Scotland Under-21 defender Garry Kenneth should overcome a knee problem to face Rangers at Ibrox on Saturday.
Rangers boss Walter Smith is confident striker Kenny Miller will be fit to face Dundee United in Saturday's SPL clash at Ibrox.
United may well have to face the returning Barry Ferguson when Rangers host the Terrors at Ibrox on October 13.
Mihael Kovacevic could be back in action before the end of the month after being given the nod to trial a protective mask.
Dundee United manager Craig Levein believes striker Jon Daly deserves "loads of credit" for finally shaking off his injury problems.
Lee Wilkie has backed Dundee United to keep climbing the SPL table following Saturday's 2-1 win against Inverness Caley Thistle.
Dundee United defender Mihael Kovacevic has a broken cheekbone and will not play against Inverness at Tannadice on Saturday.
Paul Dixon is pleased to have finally kicked off his career at Tannadice after admitting he was expecting to wait for his first start.
Teenager Keith Watson is set to be loaned out by Dundee United boss Craig Levein when he returns to fitness following knee surgery.