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  1. Make no doubt about it, the 2-1 score line flattered the tangerines. Dundee should have won this by a canter. After a disappointing display and result on Saturday against Ross County, this was the perfect tonic for the Dark Blues who from the get go, were impressive all over the pitch. By the time we eventually went ahead thanks to a screamer from El Bakhtaoui, we should have been three or four goals to the good. Despite United levelling the score against the run of play and giving us a few nervy moments, we would score the winner in the 64th minute from a fine and very rare goa
  2. The dark blues hosted our neighbours from next door in tonight's Championship League game. Dundee huffed and puffed and never looked like even scoring never mind winning this game. Clark scored from the penalty spot after Declan McDaid lunged in on Liam Smith. Shankland scored after he disposed Nelson in the 64th minute. Dundee 0 - 2 Dundee United.
  3. The ref against Dundee United was Steven McLean. How did you rate his performance in this game?
  4. We beat Motherwell 3-1 away from home on 18th Oct 2014. Goals by David Clarkson, Harkins and Stewart as Motherwell sufffered their seventh defeat in nine games. We also beat: Dundee United 2 - 1 at Tannadice Park on the 18th Oct 1975. The Dee was managed by David White and Jim McLean on the other side of the road. Doug Houston opened the scoring in the third minute, Gordon Wallace equalised in the 35th and Wilson Hoggan scored from the spot in the 74th minute to give the Dee the 2 points and an away win in front of 11.327 home and away fans. Dundee line
  5. The SPFL have confirmed the TV selections for the next two Dundee Derbies. This will mean that the fixtures for November and December have both been switched to Friday nights, each fixture now kicking off on a Friday night at 19:45 (7.45pm). The rearranged dates and times are: Friday, 8th November, 7.45pm, Friday 27th December, 7.45pm Both games will be live on BT Sport.
  6. Curran was signed by Csaba Laszlo in the summer but failed to make an impression at Tannadice with only three goals in sixteen appearances. Rumours had swirled around the city that Curran would make the short trip up the street and even though he was an unused substitution today in United’s draw with Partick Thistle, both he and his now former employer were able to agree on an early contract termination to allow him a route back to the SPFL Premiership. Curran has previously enjoyed playing under Jim McIntyre whilst at Ross County which resulted in three successful seasons before the
  7. The Dark Blues were unchanged following their win at Partick Thistle last week. United made three changes; Blair Spittal, Simon Murray and Edward Ofere replaced Guy Demel, Ryan Dow and Billy McKay. United kicked off in a fever pitched atmosphere with both sets of fans turning the volume up to 11. Paul Dixon's early bad foul on Greg Stewart left the Dee forward dumped on the touchline requiring treatment, a sight that only cranked up the noise. The Dee made all the early running against a nervous United defence that always looked accident prone. Kane Hemmings had the first shot on tar
  8. The Dee were unchanged from last week's defeat against Hearts. United made only one change; Eiji Kawashima returned in goal with Michal Szromnik moving to the bench. The opening stages were scrappy with neither side able to settle on the ball in a typically frantic derby opening. Paul McGowan managed a shot on target from 20 yards in the first minute, but it was an easy take for Kawashima. United put together the first fluent move when Anier and Spittal combined to send McKay to the byline only for Dundee to clear his cutback. Dundee's first serious threat came when Paul McGinn won t
  9. Dundee made two changes from Boxing Day; Paul McGinn and Cammy Kerr replaced Gary Irvine and Greg Stewart. United made three changes, fielding their new keeper Eiji Kawashima and bringing in Blair Spittal and Sean Dillon for Mark Durnan and Callum Morris. United's eager start belied their lowly position as they quickly settled into their game and put the Dundee defence under pressure. However, the first chance fell to the Dee. Kane Hemmings raced onto Gunning's short backpass, but Kawashima was out quickly to block and then save Gary Harkins' follow up. United took the lead and Dunde
  10. Paul Hartley was able to send out a strong side with Rory Loy recovered from injury. He replaced Paul McGowan, so the Dee reverted to the 4-3-1-2 formation they used in the opening day win at Kilmarnock. United made two changes, Rankin and Connolly coming in for Telfer and Erskine. The Dark Blues started positively, setting the tone for the first half. Most of the game was in United's half. However, it was a tough time for both Dundee's central defenders. James McPake and Julen Etxabeguren both required treatment for head knocks. A bloody cut meant that the Spanish centre back couldn't co
  11. Dundee made two changes from the side that drew in Inverness on Saturday. Paul Heffernan and Jim McAlister came in for David Clarkson and Simon Ferry who moved to the bench. This was a classic, blood and thunder derby, with both sides ripping into each other right from the start. Jim McAlister had the first shot drilling a 25 yarder straight at Cierzniak after a fast move through the middle. The Dark Blues took the lead after 13 minutes thanks to an awful goalkeeping blunder. Greg STEWART spun on the edge of the penalty area and whipped a shot straight at Cierzniak, who allowed it to
  12. Paul Hartley made five changes to the starting line-up. The big pre-match news was a late injury to Kyle Letheren after the team-sheets had been issued. Arvid Schenk came in for his Dark Blue debut and young Kyle Gourlay was the substitute keeper. Kevin Thomson was also injured and Paul McGinn suspended. Martin Boyle and Luka Tankulic dropped onto the bench. Willie Dyer replaced McGinn, playing at left back with Gary Irvine moving to the right. Iain Davidson came in to play a holding midfield role along with Jim McAlister. Paul McGowan returned in the right midfield spot after missing five mat
  13. The only change to the Dundee line-up was new keeper Steve Simonsen replacing Robert Douglas. United were able to get Jon Daly fit; that proved vital as he played a crucial role in their late charge. The early pattern was set when Gary Irvine fouled Mackay-Steven badly in the first minute and was lucky to escape a booking. United started much more impressively and a Daly flick from a Douglas cross was deflected wide by Grassi. Boulding then missed the target from a Mackay-Steven cutback. In previous derbies this season Dundee have started the better side and then fallen away after co
  14. Brian Easton returned from injury and Davide Grassi came into central defence, with Kyle Benedictus dropping onto the bench and Declan Gallagher missing. In the previous derbies this season Dundee have started well and conceded an early goal against the run of play. It happened again today, and it was another goal that should have been prevented. Brian Easton waited for a bouncing ball to come down and Mackay-Steven nicked it away from him out on Dundee's left. The United winger seemed to have put the ball out of play and the Dundee defence stopped fleetingly to appeal. That allowed
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