Dundee United archives January 2009
Dundee United, Latest news update:
Willo Flood is waiting for the results of his medical at Celtic before hopefully completing a move to Glasgow on Friday.
Dundee United loan star Willo Flood has hit out at Celtic for their handling of his proposed move to Parkhead.
Celtic have confirmed that they are interested in signing Dundee United loanee Willo Flood, but no formal offer has been made yet.
Craig Levein has told Willo Flood he risks being relegated to the substitutes' bench if he decides to quit Dundee United for Celtic.
On-loan Dundee United star Willo Flood is being strongly linked with Celtic and admits a switch to Parkhead would be a "dream move".
Craig Levein has hinted he may not make any changes for the clash with St Mirren, giving some players the chance to make amends.
Striker David Goodwillie says he's ready to get his career back on track at Dundee United after being in the limelight at an early age.
Dundee United have been hit by the news midfielder Scott Robertson faces a stint on the sidelines with a suspected hernia.
Garry Kenneth has admitted his horror-show against Motherwell on Sunday had taken the gloss off signing his new contract.
Garry Kenneth, David Goodwillie, Kevin Smith and David Robertson have all been handed new contracts with Dundee United.
Dundee United chairman Stephen Thompson has rejected suggestions that children should be let into SPL matches for free.
Sean Dillon feels Dundee United are going places and that their good form can persuade players to join the club in the future.
Darren Dods is set to commit his future to Dundee United by signing a contract extension later this week.
Jim Jefferies has confirmed that keeper Alan Combe has snubbed a lucrative offer from Dundee United to stay at Kilmarnock.
Dundee United have persuaded a third first-team star to commit himself to the club with Sean Dillon the latest to pen a new contract.
Craig Levein is set to offer Dundee United defender Darren Dods a new contract after tying down his partner and skipper Lee Wilkie.
Dundee United skipper Lee Wilkie has signed a new three-year contract extension to stay at Tannadice until May 2012.
Craig Levein has confirmed that Dundee United have not made a bid to sign Kilmarnock keeper Alan Combe as Lukasz Zaluska's replacement.
Dundee United have targeted Kilmarnock keeper Alan Combe and are set to make a January transfer window move for him.
Roy O'Donovan's loan spell at Dundee United has been cut short by Sunderland, who have recalled the striker.
Lukasz Zaluska's Dundee United team-mates believe the keeper will still be focused on keeping out his future employers this weekend.
Dundee United boss Craig Levein hopes the good form of Paul Hartley and Barry Robson continues - except for on Saturday.