I liked the idea of a new stadium for Dundee FC, but increasingly doubt it will ever happen.
Having watched Tayside’s top three teams in the last week my fear factor has grown for two of them - the Dundee pair.
The battle facing Dundee and Dundee United as the season approaches maximum intensity might now be more to do with the strength of mind of the players than their physical condition.
Is there any point anymore to the Scotland national football team?
The death rattle of hope and ambition whispers hauntingly in the city air, as the football season nears its end.
Rarely can a manager have had such a dramatic effect on a club as Ole Gunner Solskjaer has had at Manchester United.
In a week soured by sectarian bile and refereeing rows, I was glad to contemplate Scottish football in a more innocent vein.
Grass or plastic was the vexed question which raised its head once again in football this week.
Last Saturday’s first half performance by Dundee United was the finest by the Tangerines in a long while.
The boards at Dens and Tannadice have backed their managers to the hilt in this transfer window.