2016-17 Season Statistics


Played Won Drawn Lost
54 26
(48.1%)
16
(29.6%)
12
(22.2%)

Scored Conceded Difference
85
(1.57 per game)
64
(1.19 per game)
+21

When The Goals Were Scored
0-15' 16-30' 31-45' 46-60' 61-75' 76-90'
5 11 6 11 10 16



Attendances at Tannadice
Average:Highest:Total:
6,390
per game
10,925 vs. Hibernian
Dec 2nd, 2016
166,138
combined

Biggest Win
6 - 1 vs. Cowdenbeath on Jul 19th, 2016

Heaviest Defeat
2 - 6 vs. Ross County on Jan 21st, 2017

Top Scorers
Tony Andreu
(19 goals)


Born in France, Tony was a product of the Monaco youth system. He started out his professional career at Stade Nyonnais in 2009 and became a first team regular before making the move to Scotland in 20...

Simon Murray (18 goals)
Thomas Mikkelsen (8 goals)
Scott Fraser (6 goals)
Cammy Smith (5 goals)
Mark Durnan (5 goals)
Blair Spittal (5 goals)

Discipline
CautionsDismissals
108
(2.00 per game)
5
(0.09 per game)

Most Cautions
William Edjenguélé (13)
Championship League Table
Pld W D L F A +/- Pts
1. Hibernian 36 19 14 3 59 25 34 71
2. Falkirk 36 16 12 8 58 40 18 60
3. UNITED 36 15 12 9 50 42 8 57
4. Morton 36 13 13 10 44 41 3 52
5. Dunfermline 36 12 12 12 46 43 3 48
6. Queen of the South 36 11 10 15 46 52 -6 43
7. St Mirren 36 9 12 15 52 56 -4 39
8. Dumbarton 36 9 12 15 46 56 -10 39
9. Raith Rovers 36 10 9 17 35 52 -17 39
10. Ayr United 36 7 12 17 33 62 -29 33

Kits

New Arrivals

Stewart Murdoch on June 14th, 2016

Stewart came through the youth academy at Falkirk, signing his first professional form in 2007. Either side of spells on loan at Berwick and East Fif...


Cammy Bell on June 22nd, 2016

A youth player with both Annan Athletic and Queen of the South, Cammy later moved to Kilmarnock with whom he signed his first professional form in 200...


Brett Long on June 24th, 2016

Brett played at youth level with Cliftonville in his native Northern Ireland and represented his country at U17 level before joining Motherwell in 201...


Lewis Toshney on June 28th, 2016

A product of the youth system at Celtic, Dundee born Lewis made his professional debut for the Parkhead side during the 2010-11 season. Appearances w...


Tope Obadeyi on July 1st, 2016

Playing as a youth with both Coventry and Bolton, Tope was a prolific goalscorer at U19 international level before he made his professional debut for ...


Cammy Smith on July 13th, 2016

Signing from Dyce Boys Club, Cammy Smith came through the Aberdeen youth system to make his first team debut in April 2012 at the age of just 16, comi...


Nick van der Velden on July 19th, 2016

Born in Amsterdam, Nick van der Velden was a product of the Ajax youth system and played for their U19 squad before moving to amateur Amsterdam side D...


Frank van der Struijk on August 29th, 2016

A youth player with both LSV Lennisheuvel and Willem II, Frank made his professional debut with the Tricolores in 2005 and remained there until 2008, ...


William Edjenguélé on August 29th, 2016

William was a youth player with his home city club CFF Paris before signing for Le Mans Union Club 72's B team in 2005, and spent three years with the...


Tony Andreu on August 31st, 2016

Born in France, Tony was a product of the Monaco youth system. He started out his professional career at Stade Nyonnais in 2009 and became a first tea...


Thomas Mikkelsen on January 6th, 2017

Thomas began his career with Bredebro IF and FC Sydvest before signing for Danish 1st Division side Vejle Boldklub in 2010. The striker spent three ye...


Alex Nicholls on January 31st, 2017

After impressing in reserve and youth team games, Nicholls broke into Walsall's first team in the 2005–06 season, making several first team starts bef...


Wato Kuaté on March 27th, 2017

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James Keatings on May 8th, 2017

A product of Celtic's youth system, James signed his first professional contract in 2010, and made his debut as a loanee at St Johnstone the following...