Dundee United have appointed former Hibernian boss Jack Ross as the club’s new head coach.
Ross who also managed Sunderland and St Mirren – returns to management six months after his sacking at Easter Road.
The 46-year-old had led Hibernian to the Scottish Cup and League Cup finals plus third place in the league in 2021 before his dismissal and has been linked to several jobs in recent months.
As well as building on the club’s highest Premiership finish since 2014, Ross will also have European football to look forward to in the Europa Conference League – United’s first European action in 10 years.
The Tannadice club moved quickly to replace Tam Courts after he left the club by mutual consent last week before taking charge at Hungarian club Budapest Honved.
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Former Dundee United defender Mark Wilson believes Jack Ross is the right manager to take over from Tam Courts at Tannadice.
Former Dundee United defender Mark Wilson told Sky Sports he thinks Ross is the ideal replacement for Courts:
“I think he would look at Dundee United as a sound project – an American owner, fourth place, European football – I think it would be a good fit for Jack Ross.
“It will be very difficult to improve on what Tam Courts did last season but I think Jack Ross with his re.s and his contacts, especially down south, will have enough knowhow to bring quality .ers into that United side.”
Thomas Courts led Dundee United to their highest finish since 2014 during his first season in charge
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