Lee Miller and Colin Samuel netted in a 2-1 victory at Almondvale in the reserve league on Tuesday. United fielded: McLean, Callaghan (Cameron 87), Easton, Dodds, Kenneth, Gardiner, Samuel, Duff, Miller, McInnes, Goodwillie (Cameron 66). Subs not used: Samson, Abbot, Burnett.

Euan McLean apparently had an excellent game between the sticks in a game United thoroughly deserved to win. The next reserve league fixture is away to Rangers, at Clyde’s Broadwood stadium on 17/10/05 – kick off is 2pm.

Tickets on Sale for Rangers Game.

From Official Website: “Tickets for the match versus Rangers on Sunday 16 October (2.00pm kick-off) are on sale now.

“Prices for this all-ticket match are £21 and £23 for adults in lower and upper tiers, and £11 and £12 for concessions (under-18s and over-60s) respectively.

“Tickets can also be purchased via telephone by calling (01382) 833166 (option 1) with credit/debit card to hand.”

Chisholm Thinks Samuel Is At Last ‘Ready To Shine’

We appreciate the sentiment, and we are glad that one of our players is finally showing signs of the promise he has so often hinted at but never fully fulfilled – however, in a dose on the Ian McCallism’s Gordon proclaimed...(From ‘the Courier’)

“Samuel has been at Tannadice for over two years without establishing himself as a serious contender for a regular starting spot.

However, Chisholm reckons he has finally come to grips with the requirements of the job.

“I see positive signs from Collin,” said the Tangerines manager yesterday.

“Before he was like Forrest Gump: they’d just shout, ‘Run Collin’—and he did.

“But he has learned to link up and become a team player and is now using his pace properly.

“I really think he can make a contribution to the side.”

Not the best analogy I’ve ever seen, and maybe a wee hint of the kind of banter that goes on in the dressing room – where it should have possibly stayed! (Read full story here)

McLeish Not Happy With Sunday Fixture

Rangers’ manager Alex McLeish is not happy with the Sunday fixture at Tannadice as Rangers are playing in the Champions league three days later. Read full story on Football365 here.