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  1. No panic at United, but should there be? published at 09:19

    Richard Winton, BBC Sport Scotland

    It was clear that Tony Asghar had a message to get across when he sat down with BBC Sport Scotland on Thursday. Nobody is panicking at Dundee United and neither is there reason to.

    Only goal difference is keeping the club off the bottom of the division, after three consecutive league defeats and that European hiding from AZ Alkmaar, but the sporting director insists head coach Jack Ross is not under any pressure.

    Maybe not internally, but externally there is an awful lot of noise. Fans are worried, even if the club aren't. With Celtic visiting on Sunday, then a League Cup tie at Livingston and a trip to Motherwell to come, United need a win and they need one soon.

  2. Pizza & Irn-Bru on menu, but signings are notpublished at 09:15

    Richard Winton, BBC Sport Scotland

    Tony Asghar will be be at his desk "with a pizza and a can of Irn-Bru" late into the evening on deadline day next Thursday, but the Dundee United sporting director does not expect to do any more business this summer.

    On Thursday, the club confirmed the signing of Ugandan striker Sadat Anaku, with the 21-year-old's arrival taking their list of summer recruits to eight. That has effectively emptied the pot, meaning defensive midfield and centre-back reinforcements are now unlikely.

    "I don’t think I’ll be doing much business but you never know," he told BBC Sport Scotland.

    "I’ll be sitting down with Jack and the owner to have more conversations about our strategy for the last few days but there’s no panic. We’ve assembled a good squad and the only thing missing now is a performance and results."

  3. Dundee Utd must face up to criticism - gossippublished at 08:24

    Dundee United must face up to criticism they are a "soft touch" as they prepare to face defending champions Celtic, says captain Ryan Edwards. (Courier - subscription required), external

    Gossip graphicImage source, BBC Sport
  4. Clark still part of Ross' plans - gossippublished at 08:24 25 August

    Nicky Clark is part of Jack Ross' Dundee United plans, despite not starting yet this season while Craig Sibbald was left out against Kilmarnock as a precaution. (Courier - subscription required), external

    Gossip graphicImage source, BBC Sport
  5. Choose your Dundee Utd starting XI to face Celticpublished at 17:03 24 August

    Can Dundee United rise to the occasion against Celtic on Sunday when the Scottish Premiership champions visit Tannadice?

    Put yourself in Jack Ross' shoes and choose your starting XI here.

    Utd selectorImage source, BBC Sport
  6. 'Europe more hassle than it was worth' - Your viewspublished at 12:42 23 August

    Your views

    We asked you for your opinions on where it's going wrong at Tannadice for struggling United.

    Here are some of your thoughts...

    Ian: Too many pop stars in the team. We need a bully in the middle and upfront. There’s no passion or drive from the players and we are too slow in attack from the back and the passing from some players is laughable.

    Steven: Europe has been more bother than what it is worth. The 7-0 defeat in Holland has been so damaging, it’s been a total ripple effect, it’s knocked the team and the fans' confidence. It’s Celtic next so I fear the worst, it could possibly be 7-0 Celtic on Sunday.

    Bradley: The team needs time to settle but the new left-back and keepers have not instilled confidence so far. The midfield requires a hard defensive midfielder who will win the ball, break up play and dictate the tempo. The team is playing far too slow and negative, they need to play with more urgency, be more direct, better movement in the final third.

    Alan: Really poor start to the domestic season after we showed some optimism beating AZ at home in Europe. The capitulation in the second leg however showed how far off we are as a team - devoid of ideas and woeful in defence. This has had a massive impact on our performances since then and we need to forget about this now if we are going to turn it around.

  7. What's going wrong at Dundee United?published at 17:56 22 August

    Dundee United sit bottom of the Scottish Premiership after four games, having taken just a point so far.

    The Tangerines also sustained a heavy defeat in Europa Conference League qualifying as AZ triumphed 7-1 on aggregate.

    So, what's going wrong at this early stage of the season for Jack Ross' side?

    Click here to have your say

    Have your say graphicImage source, BBC Sport
  8. Catch up on the weekend actionpublished at 12:52 22 August

    Sportscene Round Up

    Catch the best of the weekend's Scottish Premiership action on our Sportscene Round Up show.

    Watch all 12 goals, six red cards and the best of the post-match analysis in the space of just 15 minutes.

    Click here to watch.

  9. 'United must fight way out turbulent spell'published at 10:50 22 August

    Jackie McNamaraImage source, BBC/SNS

    Ex-Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara speaking to BBC Scotland

    Dundee United's world has turned upside down within a turbulent couple of weeks.

    From the thrilling high of the first-leg win over AZ Alkmaar at a packed Tannadice, to the shattering low of the 7-0 defeat in the Netherlands and a concerning domestic slump.

    United's current Scottish Premiership troubles all stem from that Europa Conference qualifying hammering. It was a total collapse that has demolished the players' confidence.

    Back-to-back defeats have followed, with another seven goals conceded. United have now lost three league games in a row and poorest of all was Saturday's 3-0 home defeat to St Mirren.

    It ramps up the pressure on Jack Ross - but that's the nature of the job at Tannadice, as I know well as former manager.

    Read ex-Tannadice boss McNamara's thoughts in full.

  10. Dundee Utd 0-3 St Mirren: Who impressed?published at 20:04 20 August

    No one in a tangerine shirt can lay claim to doing themselves justice in a dreadful team performance.

    Full-back Liam Smith at least didn't shirk responsibility or attempt to hide. The 26-year-old had the most touches (104) of any United player and also the most passes (80), with an 88% completion rate.

    Liam SmithImage source, SNS
  11. Analysis: Dundee Utd 0-3 St Mirrenpublished at 19:29 20 August

    Jack Herrall, BBC Sport Scotland

    Four games, no wins, and that European defeat. When is it time for United to worry?

    Jack Ross dropped goalkeeper Mark Birighitti after a couple of shaky displays but Carljohan Eriksson didn't look all that much more secure.

    But not only are United shipping an alarming number of goals - seven in their last two domestic games - they also look blunt in attack. Steven Fletcher was isolated and Tony Watt anonymous. Creator Jamie McGrath lasted only until half-time.

  12. Dundee Utd 0-3 St Mirren: What did the manager say?published at 19:25 20 August

    Dundee United manager Jack Ross: “Way, way, way below acceptable in terms of performance and the manner of the goals that we conceded. I think that’s the big thing about it.

    “We didn’t do anything near enough to win, we deservedly got beat and deserve all the criticism that will follow and fall on my shoulders because it was not good enough in all aspects of play.

    “At the moment we’re not giving ourselves a platform in terms of defending properly as a whole team.

    "The fans have every right to be critical because the results we produced in the last three games have been nowhere near good enough, so there is no issue with supporters voicing criticism, anger, frustration and disappointment."

  13. Levitt returns for Unitedpublished at 15:02 20 August

    Jack Ross makes three changes to his side as he searches for his first Scottish Premiership win as Dundee United manager.

    Keeper Mark Birighitti drops to the bench, alongside Mathew Anim Cudjoe and Ross Graham from the side that lost 4-1 to Hearts.

    In their places come goalkeeper Carljohan Eriksson, Dylan Levitt.

    -Image source, BBC Sport
  14. Dundee Utd team news for St Mirren's visitpublished at 19:59 19 August

    Midfielder Dylan Levitt is set to return to the Dundee United squad after a knock, while forward Logan Chalmers has recovered from a hamstring problem.

    Long-term absentee Peter Pawlett (Achilles) is still out.

    Did you know? Tannadice manager Jack Ross is unbeaten in all six of his Scottish Premiership matches against former club St Mirren (W4 D2).

  15. 'Dundee United impressed by striker Anaku'published at 08:34 19 August

    Dundee United hope to seal a deal for Ugandan striker Sadat Anaku, 21, following a successful trial period. (Courier), external

    Read the rest of Friday's Scottish gossip.

    Scottish gossipImage source, BBC Sport