In 2017, the Club inducted the following into the Hall of Fame:- Guido Van De Kamp, Iain Phillip, David Wilson and Ian Redford.

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Guido was with BVV Den Bosch and had also been with NEC Nijmegen. He was first choice at United for most of 1991-92, but fell out of favour and was transfer listed, spending almost all of the next year in the reserves. Restored to the first team in November 1993, Guido then kept the No. 1 jersey until the final match of the season, when he played his last game for United as a winner in the Scottish Cup final. A contractual dispute froze him out of football until he secured a permanent move to Dunfermline Athletic for an undisclosed fee in January 1995.

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Iain was a defensive player who began his senior career with Dundee in 1970, and gained international recognition at an early stage with an appearance for the Scottish League XI against English League XI in March 1972. He moved to Crystal Palace a few months later but returned to Dens Park a year later, and was in the Dundee side that won the League Cup in December 1973. After four more years with Dundee, he crossed Tannadice Street for a fee of £25,000 in November 1978, and made his debut for United as a substitute against Celtic a few weeks later. With bad weather decimating the fixture list, he had to wait until the end of January for his full debut.

Phillip became a regular in the side for the next four years, and scored his one and only goal for the club in a 3-0 win over Aberdeen, a year after signing, driving home from the edge of the box. He collected his second League Cup winners medal in 1979, playing in the original final match against Aberdeen at Hampden, and was an unused substitute for the replay at Dens Park where United won their first major honour. A year later he completed his hat-trick of medals, starting in the League Cup Final as United defeated his old club Dundee 3-0 to take the trophy back to Tannadice once more. Later that season, he collected a runners-up medal in the Scottish Cup final, and missed out on yet another League Cup medal when United lost to Rangers in the final the following season.

Iain appeared regularly in United's European matches during his time with the club, including famous wins over Anderlecht, Monaco, Slask Wroclaw, Winterslag and PSV Eindhoven. His last season with United was 1982-83, playing five times in the Premier League championship winning campaign. Iain joined Raith Rovers midway through season 1983-84 and after three years there, moved to Arbroath before retiring from football.

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Davie was a Scotland international who joined United from Rangers along with Wilson Wood, in part exchange for Orjan Persson. For the next four years, Davie was a regular in the line up until January 1972 when he left United to join Dumbarton.

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Ian had been Dundee and Rangers before he signed for United. He had also won Scotland youth and Under-21 caps. Although he never won silverware with United he won medals in the Scottish Cup and League Cup (twice) when playing for Rangers against United.

With United he picked up runners-up medals in the Scottish Cup and UEFA Cup. During his three years at Tannadice he was a regular in the line up and an influential player, particularly on the European stage. He left in November 1988 to join Ipswich Town for around £200,000.

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