Stuart Armstrong

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Celtic regained their lead at the top of Scottish Premier League as they grabbed a convincing away win over Patrick Thistle this midweek. Keen on regaining control of Scottish Premier League standings, Celtic put on an attacking display since early minutes.
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Dundee United's ambition in pushing for the top three seat in Scottish Premier League standings was halted his midweek as they only picked up a point against St Mirren. Eager to get themselves into that top three seat, United tried to take control of proceedings since kick off.
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Dundee United picked up an impressive result on their latest Scottish Premier League fixture after trashing their city rival, Dundee FC on midwek. It was a demolition derby at Tanaddice Park when home team successfully stream rolling their opponent with an impressive 6-2 score line.
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Dundee United keeping up their pace in the top three seat of Scottish Premier League standings after snatching an important win over Kilmarnock. The home side started off brightly as they got themselves in front after just six minutes through Nadir Ciftci's effort.
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Scottish Premier League: Dundee United FC vs St Mirren FC Saturday, 15 March 2014 - 15.00 Stadium: Tannadice Park Attendance: 6,524 Referee: C. Thomson Three second half goals carried Dundee United into a thrilling home win as they came back from 2-0 down before ending that tie 3-2.
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Positive news arrived for Dundee United fans as the club announced that their two important players, Keith Watson and Stuart Armstrong had agreed to extend their contract until May 2015. This decision brought delight to Dundee's manager, Peter Houston, who praised both Keith and Stuart for their decision in choosing to stay for first team…