Jim Goodwin looks set to be given the chance to get Dundee United back into the Premiership at the first-time of asking. United are bottom of the table and face certain relegation unless there is a last day miracle with United winning at Motherwell and Kilmarnock beating Ross County, with an eight goal swing also going the way of the Tannadice men.
Goodwin has had a couple of meetings with American owner Mark Ogren this week and has told him where he thinks the club has gone wrong and what needs to be done to rebuild it.
The former St Mirren and Aberdeen boss, who is the third manager to be at the United helm this season, was brought in on a short-term contract to keep them up and although he looks set to fall short Ogren and the Tannadice hierarchy have been impressed and are likely to give him the green light to start the United rebuild.
Goodwin, who already has a list of signing targets, said: “All of those conversations will be had over the next 48 hours and we’ll see where we are after Sunday.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk