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United back in the big time and Danny Mullen in at Dundee

United back in the big time and Danny Mullen in at Dundee

August 5, 2020

The boys discuss Dundee United’s first Premiership point in over four years, Danny Mullen’s arrival at Dundee, and make some bold predictions.

Build up to Dundee United’s big Premiership kick-off, Dundee heading to Hearts on opening day, and we’ve had enough of off-field shenanigans

Build up to Dundee United’s big Premiership kick-off, Dundee heading to Hearts on opening day, and we’ve had enough of off-field shenanigans

July 29, 2020

This week the boys talk about the Tangerines’ chances at home to St Johnstone this weekend. There are some bold predictions, some less bold predictions, and they discuss who can step up in the top flight. Also, minutes before recording, Dundee’s fixtures were announced, and they give a mouth-watering start to the Championship in October.

Wage cuts resolved at Dundee, United back on the pitch, and the SFA testing for fans back in the stands

Wage cuts resolved at Dundee, United back on the pitch, and the SFA testing for fans back in the stands

July 24, 2020

With Calum lazing about in his pants on holiday – as opposed to lazing about in his pants recording podcasts – George and Graeme are joined this week by columnist and former player Lee Wilkie to dig into the implications of the wrangling over player wage cuts at Dundee, how United looks now they’re back on the pitch, and the moves across national and international football to get back to some kind of normality.

Does Kane Hemmings have a future at Dundee and will Benjamin Siegrist be fit for United’s opener?

Does Kane Hemmings have a future at Dundee and will Benjamin Siegrist be fit for United’s opener?

July 16, 2020

This week Tele sports reporters Calum Woodger, George Cran and Graeme Finnan discuss the ongoing financial situation and Dundee, assess Dundee United ahead of the new season starting, and look at Hibs’ controversial signings.

Mellon rolls in at United and does a testing second season awaits James McPake

Mellon rolls in at United and does a testing second season awaits James McPake

July 9, 2020

This week, Tele sports reporters Calum, Sean and Graeme dissect a happy Monday for Dundee United after the appointment of Micky Mellon, and also take a look at the latest cost-cutting measures across the street at Dundee.

United’s manager hunt goes on as Dundee face cuts

United’s manager hunt goes on as Dundee face cuts

July 2, 2020

This week, Tele sports reporters Calum Woodger, Sean Hamilton and Marc Deanie discuss the latest from Dundee United’s manager search, the position of John Nelms at Dundee, and ask if Andy Robertson can lead Scotland back to a major tournament.

Robbie’s shock exit, court-room drama and Dundee’s grim reality

Robbie’s shock exit, court-room drama and Dundee’s grim reality

June 26, 2020

The Tele boys discuss Robbie Neilson’s surprise departure from Dundee United, Hearts’ legal action against the SPFL, and Dundee’s finances.

Robbie Neilson exit special: What next for Dundee United after manager’s shock departure?

Robbie Neilson exit special: What next for Dundee United after manager’s shock departure?

June 22, 2020

The Courier and Tele crew – including columnists Jim Spence and Lee Wilkie – discuss an astonishing 24 hours that saw Robbie Neilson leave Dundee United for Hearts. And we’d love to hear what you think of the news and the future for the club too – ring 01382 575520 to leave a voicemail for us!

United are back but Dundee must wait

United are back but Dundee must wait

June 17, 2020

The Don has been banished and the Dundee boys are back to talk United’s socially-distanced showers, Dundee’s long wait, and the curse of Bruce Grobbelaar.

A tug of war and a test of patience

A tug of war and a test of patience

June 11, 2020

Sean Hamilton and Graeme Finnan are joined by Northern Goal presenter Ryan Cryle to discuss the battle between Dundee United and Aberdeen for Jonny Hayes’ signature, while, over at Dens Park, frustration mounts as Championship purgatory bites.

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