Steven Pressley interviewed for Dundee United post

Falkirk boss Steven Pressley on the touchline during a game with Rangers on September 21, 2011
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Dundee United interview Steven Pressely over their managerial post left vacant by Peter Houston on Monday.

Dundee United have targeted Falkirk manager Steven Pressley as the man they would like to replace Peter Houston.

Houston was removed from his Tannadice post on Monday, despite him having previously agreed to stay at the SPL outfit until the summer.

Former Scotland international Pressley was interviewed for the vacancy on Sunday, but has declined to comment on his future.

Partick Thistle boss Jackie McNamara is also understood to be in contention and the Division One club have granted the 39-year-old permission to talk to the the Terrors.

United are hoping to make an appointment before their Scottish Cup fifth-round tie with Rangers on Saturday.

Dundee United manager Peter Houston on the touchline during the match against rivals Dundee on December 9, 2012
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