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Dundee United boss sends message to stars as fans are 'dreaming big'

Dundee United manager Thomas Courts admits the Arabs fans should be “dreaming big” after their impressive start to the season saw them go third in the Premiership following last weekend’s win over Hibs – but the Tannadice boss insists his players can’t afford to “lose sight” of how much hard work they need to put in.
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Dundee United owner rubbishes suggestions he's 'wasted money' at Tannadice

Dundee United owner Mark Ogren has rubbished suggestions he’s “wasted money” buying the Tannadice club but confessed he’s put more than expected into the Arabs after spending an estimated £8million so far. While the American businessman hasn’t wasted time in restoring United to their place in the top-flight after a...
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Ross County chief criticises Tannadice boss for post-match anti-racism gesture

Ross County have labelled Dundee United head coach Tam Courts irresponsible for his reaction to allegations of racism against their fans which they say proved unfounded. County chief executive Steven Ferguson claimed Courts could have incited trouble for the travelling fans after raising a Show Racism the Red Card T-shirt aloft after United’s 1-0 win at Tannadice on Saturday.
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Charlie Mulgrew and Declan Glass eye Dundee United returns against Ross County

Dundee United welcome two players back for their cinch Premiership clash with Ross County. Charlie Mulgrew is fit again after missing the draw with former club Celtic while, Declan Glass is back in full training following a long-term absence. Liam Smith is nearing fitness and will just miss out but...
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Celtic could do worse than keep tabs on Dundee Utd's Cameroon international Jeando Fuchs

As Celtic continue to keep tabs on Scottish football’s best talents, they could do a lot worse than start monitoring the progress of Dundee Utd’s Jeando Fuchs. Fuchs signed for the Tannadice club back in October 2020 during last year’s prolonged summer transfer window. In his debut season in Scotland, at 22, he cemented himself as a mainstay in Micky Mellon’s side.
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DEF - Ryan Porteous (Hibernian) Hibs weren't at their best on Sunday but few inside Easter Road cared as they broke their St Johnstone hoodoo. The 1-0 win ended a run of five games without a victory over the Perth Saints, while it was their first win over them in Leith for nine years. Porteous was most instrumental in making sure the hosts kept a clean sheet.
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Celtic are similar to us, says Dundee United boss Tam Courts

Ahead of arriving at Celtic Park tomorrow, Dundee United boss Tam Courts says there are striking similarities between the sides. Celtic face the Tangerines tomorrow afternoon, needing a big win to gain some momentum in the Scottish Premiership. With stellar home form, but difficulties on the road, the Bhoys can build some much-needed confidence before the visit of Bayer Leverkusen. After, some tough away fixtures await.
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Ange Postecoglou must make do without eight players for Dundee United clash

Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou has eight players out for Sunday’s cinch Premiership clash with Dundee United – most of them attackers. Giorgos Giakoumakis (calf), Mikey Johnston (niggle), Karamoko Dembele (ankle), James Forrest (unspecified) and Kyogo Furuhashi (knee) are all missing from the forward ranks. Defenders Greg Taylor (shoulder) and Christopher...
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