Dundee United manager Robbie Neilson has revealed that staff changes at Tannadice will continue to happen while he looks for the right people for the job.

Two coaches recently left the Championship side – reserve team manager Craig Easton and his assistant Scott Robertson.

Neilson has explained to the club’s support that more changes are on their way.

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“I’ve made a lot of changes. I’ve made changes to the first team, academy and staffing as well and the changes will continue” he told the Evening Telegraph.

It seems that Neilson is determined to shake things up at Dundee United. He is aiming to make his mark on the club.

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Only time will tell if the changes will be successful. We shall know more at the end of the season, should United win promotion to the Premiership.

Even if United don’t win promotion, it is likely that Neilson will still be allowed to implement the changes he wants to take place.

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He has done well at Tannadice so far. Much better than his predecessor Csaba Laszlo did in his spell at the club.

As long as Dundee United are successful, fans will find no fault with the high turnover of staff changes. However, should United’s form start to tail off, questions might begin to get asked about the staff turnover.

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