|Season||Division||G2G||Win %||Draw %||Loss %|
|Apps = First Team Appearances (Sub Appearances) | Gls = Goals|
|GtGR = Goals to Games Ratio | W/D/L - Games won, drawn or lost as percentage of games played in|
|Yel = Yellow Cards/Cautions | Red = Red Cards/Dismissals|
|Recent First Team Starts|
|May 6th, 2006||06/05/06||League||SPL||vs. Motherwell (A)||1 - 1|
|May 2nd, 2006||02/05/06||League||SPL||vs. Dunfermline (H)||0 - 1|
|Jan 28th, 2006||28/01/06||League||SPL||vs. Celtic (A)||3 - 3|
|Jan 21st, 2006||21/01/06||League||SPL||vs. Aberdeen (H)||1 - 1|
|Jan 15th, 2006||15/01/06||League||SPL||vs. Falkirk (H)||2 - 1|
|Recent First Team Goals|
|Nov 19th, 2005||19/11/05||League||SPL||vs. Motherwell (H)||1 - 1|
|May 7th, 2005||07/05/05||League||SPL||vs. Kilmarnock (H)||1 - 1|
|Apr 30th, 2005||30/04/05||League||SPL||vs. Dundee (A)||2 - 1|
|Apr 9th, 2005||09/04/05||Scottish Cup||Semi Final||vs. Hibernian (N)||2 - 1|
|Apr 2nd, 2005||02/04/05||League||SPL||vs. Hibernian (A)||2 - 3|
|List of Goals Scored (click to expand)|
|List of Games Played (click to expand)|
Jim joined United from Reading. He had also been with Bristol City, Exeter City (loan), Airdrieonians and Kilmarnock. Jim spent five seasons at United where he was a regular in the line up and was joint top scorer in 2002-03 and top scorer again in 2003-04 and 2004-05. In his next and final season at United, he took more of a supporting role. At the end of 2005-06 he left and signed for Dunfermline Athletic.
July 28th, 2001
Dundee United 2 - 2 Dundee
Jim was born on this date in Alexandria.
Jim joined United from Reading. He had also been with Bristol City, Exeter City (loan), Airdrieonians and Kilmarnock. Jim spent five seasons at United where he was a regular in the line up and was joint top scorer in 2002-03 and top scorer again in 2003-04 and 2004-05. In his next and final season at United, he took more of a supporting role. At the end of 2005-06 he left and signed for Dunfermlin
Dordrecht 0 - 2 Dundee United
The Tangerine's first public airing a convincing win over the Dutch First division side courtesy of goals early and late. Jim McIntyre, making his debut, set Jim Hamilton for the opener and it was Craig's perfect pass for Tassos Venetis to run onto which brought the second.
Dundee United 2 - 2 Dundee
Dundee United faced Dundee at Tannadice on the opening day of the Scottish Premier League Season for the second time in three years. United manager Alex Smith opted to hand summer signing Jim McIntyre his debut whilst Ivano Bonetti named a strong Dundee lineup which featured three full internationals. With a sell-out crowd of over 13,000 in attendance, a minute’s silence was observed prior to the
Dundee United 3 - 2 Dunfermline
Amazingly, this was almost a re-run of the first win of the season last term, the major exception to the script being Jim Hamilton netting the winner from the spot instead of Charlie Miller. Steve Carson made his debut late on when he replaced Derek Lilley five minutes from the end.
Dundee United 1 - 1 Dundee
In an intense derby match at Tannadice this afternoon, United drew 1-1 with city rivals Dundee. The match was live on BBC but still attracted over 10,000 supporters with United selling all but five hundred of their allocation. Neither Andy Tod or Danielle Chiarini made it to the first eleven, both having to settle for places on the bench.
United started off well and took the lead in the 19t
Livingston 1 - 2 Dundee United Saturday, May 10th, 2003
For the visit to Livingston, Jim Lauchlan started in place of David McCracken. In midfield, Russell Latapy was recalled into attacking midfield at the expense of Craig Easton, who joined McCracken, Billy Dodds and Mark Wilson on the bench.
From a very early Livingston chance, United took a lead on the counter, scoring in the second minute of play thanks to a header from
Saturday, May 10th, 2003
Motherwell 4 - 2 Dundee United
A good crowd at Fir Park was to see the game played out in a full array of Scottish weather conditions. The four corner flags were blowing in different directions – a telling sign of how the weather would influence the game. The United fans were in the lower tier of the South Stand and in good voice, ably accompanied by two tambourines! United boss Ian McCall restored Club captain Derek McInnes to
Celtic 1 - 0 Dundee United
United started impressively, passing well and having more than their fair share of possession. But other than a solitary corner there was little to show for it and the first real threat came from the home side after 11 minutes – Sutton setting up a chance for Petrov at the edge of the box, and Bullock saving. The same two Celtic players combined again two minutes later, and this time Bullock was b
Dundee United 1 - 1 Motherwell
United dominated much of the first half, but were unable to break the deadlock. Collin Samuel took advantage of Paul Quinn misjudging Archibald’s long ball in the ninth minute, but the Trinidadian’s shot went narrowly wide of Smith’s right post.
Motherwell’s only opportunities in the first half came from set pieces, with Foran and McLean both afforded free headers in the United box in the f
Motherwell 1 - 1 Dundee United
Collin Samuel’s late equaliser, along with Dunfermline’s defeat by Inverness, meant that United finished a difficult season in ninth place. A Jim Hamilton strike, immediately following his penalty being saved by Samson had given Motherwell the lead, but Samuel signed off before the World Cup by holding off the defender and striking beyond substitute goalkeeper Colin Meldrum late on.
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