Liam Fox has been named as the new Dundee United head coach on a two-year deal.
Fox was assistant to Jack Ross, who was sacked at the end of August following their 9-0 defeat to Celtic, and has been in interim charge since, winning one of his three games at the helm.
The 38-year-old will be joined by former Dundee United striker and current East Fife manager Stevie Crawford as his assistant.
The Tannadice side are yet to win a game in the Scottish Premiership this season with Fox’s first match as head coach at home to St Johnstone next weekend. The club sit bottom with two points from their first seven fixtures.
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