Dundee United archives February 2010
Dundee United, Latest news update:
Paul Dixon has been passed fit to feature for Dundee United in Saturday's clash with Falkirk while Jon Daly should also be available.
Paul Hegarty has admitted he is relishing his time back in football as assistant to Dundee United manager Peter Houston.
Francisco Sandaza hopes to start full training again next week after completing his latest spell of rehabilitation in Spain.
On-loan Dundee United defender Andy Webster has admitted his call-up into the Scotland squad came as a surprise.
Jon Daly says Dundee United remain in with a good shout of a Europa League place but says the battle for third will be tight.
Andy Webster could return to the Dundee United side to face Celtic on Saturday after almost a month on the sidelines.
Dundee United boss Peter Houston believes Garry Kenneth can earn a move to the English Premier League if he keeps his good form up.
Mihael Kovacevic has declared himself fit and ready to face Celtic this weekend after making a quick recovery from a broken nose.
Danny Swanson says Dundee United are happy for Hibs to gain all the plaudits as the pair battle for a top-three finish.
Dundee United defender Garry Kenneth looks set to miss the Terror's trip to St Mirren with a knee injury.
Dundee United boss Peter Houston has criticised his players' performance after Wednesday's defeat to bottom of the table Hamilton.
New Dundee United defender Pavels Mihadjuks is likely to go straight into the side for Wednesday's match against bottom side Hamilton.
Dundee United boss Peter Houston says Pavels Mihadjuks' loan move to Tannadice could be made permanent in the summer.
Garry Kenneth feels there is no reason why Dundee United cannot win the Scottish Cup this season after they reached the quarter-finals.
Dundee United boss Peter Houston is likely to be without key defender Andy Webster but insists he has quality cover.
Dundee United defender Darren Dods wants to put an end to crowd-pleasing goal-fests with much more solid defensive displays.
Dundee United are hopeful that Andy Webster, Jon Daly and David Goodwillie will be fit to face St Johnstone this weekend.
Dundee United have confirmed Paul Hegarty will be in charge of team affairs at Tannadice until the end of the season.
Dundee United are looking to bring Terrors legend Paul Hegarty back to the club as a coach, with talks due today.