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'Beautiful Sunday'

'Beautiful Sunday'

Dundee United's annual open day takes place tomorrow from 12 noon at Tannadice and includes a typically packed schedule.

Entitled as 'Beautiful Sunday' the event will include the Scottish Cup Trophy, a penalty shoot out, the Radio Tay Roadshow, the entire Dundee United squad, who will be performing a training and skills show as well as an autograph and photo session, and a whole host of other things.

In addition Club mascots Terry the Terror and Tiny Terror will be there alongside goodie bags, money-can't-buy prizes, souvenirs, rarities, giveaways and competitions.

It's guaranteed to be a wonderful afternoon for all of the family and a rare chance to meet your favourite Dundee United stars and a fabulous opportunity to get up close to the oldest trophy in football - the Scottish Cup.

The Dundee United Supporters Society ArabTRUST will of course be in attendance and with a whole host of brand new merchandise to check out - from new scarf, t-shirts, mugs, keyrings, wristbands, badges, neckerchiefs, all alongside their expansive catalogue of items ranging from posters to CDs, flags, bags and various collectors items.

Remember that every penny made from the sale of ArabTRUST merchandise goes back to into the Dundee United Youth Policy, football related community projects and other areas that are to the benefit of Dundee United Football Club and the fans.

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Writer:Vital Arabs
Date:Saturday July 31 2010
Time: 11:51AM

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