Directors of football clubs across Tayside and Fife have been discussing a potential review of child protection procedures as the official probe into child sexual abuse allegations in football across the UK continues.
Eighteen-years after Scotland last qualified for the finals of an international football tournament, a BBC Scotland documentary looks at where it all went wrong. MICHAEL ALEXANDER reports.
As the Scottish Grand Prix Table Football Championships are held in Renfrew on April 8-9, Michael Alexander speaks to a lifelong Subbuteo enthusiast from Dundee.
A Fife man who was sexually assaulted on numerous occasions by his Boys Brigade drumming instructor in the 1980s and 90s has spoken of the long term damage caused by abuse.
The scandal engulfing youth football should not overshadow the work of dedicated volunteers like Lorna McAuley, the head of East Fife Youth Academy. Michael Alexander meets a sporting heroine.
Former Dundee Lord Provost John Letford, who was sexually abused as a child, has called for a “full inquiry” into the abuse of children in football in light of growing evidence of attacks on young players.
Season ticket prices in Scottish football have largely fallen for 2016-17, with many clubs freezing or reducing ticket prices, according to BBC Sport’s annual Price of Football survey. Michael Alexander – who happens to be a Dundee United fan – looks at how Courier Country teams fare in the report.
Michael Alexander speaks to a Dundee-trained artist and football fan who has immortalised a season’s worth of sacked football managers in paint.
Sport, education and health are at the heart of pioneering work being carried out by the Links Park Community Trust in Montrose, Michael Alexander discovers on a visit to the project.
Should Scottish football clubs be held strictly liable if their fans misbehave, or is it a nonsense to hold clubs responsible for the actions of individuals? Michael Alexander investigates.