Thu. May 23rd, 2024

Cursed After Partick Thistle’s loss, Jim Goodwin runs the Dundee United manager’s gauntlet of anger from irate spectators.

Partick Thistle's loss

After the Jags gained all three wins at Tannadice, the Tannadice manager could hardly contain his sorrow.

Ashen-faced Dundee United supporters erupted in rage at Jim Goodwin & his players after the unlucky Irishman’s horror 2023 shown no signs of stopping.

After Spartans surprised them in the first game, the Tannadice manager could hardly contain his sorrow when Partick Thistle’s 2-1 victory sent United to the bottom of their the Viaplay service Cup group. As he completed a well-executed goal, Craig Sibbald gave United the upper hand. However, Kris Doolan’s tenacious Jags fought back and secured all three points with strikes from Brian Graham & Harry Milne.

It’s a concerning start for a team that was demoted from the Premier and a manager who is struggling after a depressing run of seven straight losses. In his final days at Aberdeen, Goodwin had crushing defeats from Hibs and Hearts, but it was the humiliating Scottish Cup loss to Darvel wedged between both defeats that ended his rule at Pittodrie. And after numerous missed opportunities and six additional minutes, he is urgently searching for a spark at United.

And when fans voice their displeasure with United’s dismal start with the new season, the manager’s upbeat melody about the club’s rebirth is now hitting a false note. United fans have expressed their outrage over a number of matters on as well as off the pitch, but Goodwin and his team’s problems persist.

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