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More frustration for Houston

Dundee United manager Peter Houston described more frustration following their 1-1 home draw with neighbours St Johnstone.

Centre-back Gavin Gunning earned his side a second-minute lead that was cancelled out early in the second-half by a Brian McLean own-goal.

It means that United are still without a home win since defeating fierce rivals Dundee back in August - one of only two achieved this season.

"I am disappointed because I feel it is two points dropped today," Houston told BBC Scotland. "I look at the points we've dropped and I think we should be 10 points better off than we actually are, which would mean we are sitting in second place. It's very frustrating."

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Date:Wednesday December 26 2012

Time: 3:15PM


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