UK time is: 20:16:40
Vital Login
Social Login

Choose your club

Other Sites

Network Navigation

Vital Partners

'If It's Football, It's Vital'

McInnes confirms interest

Former St Johnstone manager Derek McInnes has confirmed his interest in taking over at Dundee United in the summer.

McInnes lost his position at Championship strugglers Bristol City last week and could be an option to replace United's departing manager Peter Houston at the end of the season.

However, McInnes, 41, must first finalise the conditions of his exit from Ashton Gate before accepting any new role.

Falkirk manager Steven Pressley, Partick Thistle's Jackie McNamara, Alloa boss Paul Hartley and former Livingston manager Gary Bollan are also possible candidates for Tannadice.

Join The Vital Debate




Use your social login to comment on front page articles. Login using you Facebook, Twitter, Google or LinkedIn accounts and have your say!



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

The Journalist

Writer: Vital Arabs Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday January 19 2013

Time: 11:14PM

 

Have Your Say

Log in...
with your social network     OR     with your Vital account

Recent Dundee United Articles

United fall to Dons (Saturday April 18 2015)

Stats: Aberdeen v Dundee United (Saturday April 18 2015)

Tangerines visit high-flying Dons (Friday April 17 2015)

McNamara wants bigger division (Friday April 17 2015)

Relief at victory (Saturday April 11 2015)

Back to winning ways for United (Saturday April 11 2015)

Tangerines seek upturn (Friday April 10 2015)

Archived Dundee United Articles

List All Vital Arabs Articles
Have your say
Click here to suggest an article
Click here to suggest a poll

Breaking League News

United fall to Dons
Dundee United : 18/04/2015 18:29:01
Dundee United : 18/04/2015 18:05:01
Hibernian : 18/04/2015 17:07:01
Aberdeen : 18/04/2015 17:02:00
Rangers : 18/04/2015 16:57:01

Current Site Poll (view all polls)

Would Sunderland be a bad career move for John Souttar?
Suggested By:  Vital Arabs
Yes 74%
No 26%