Dundee fans frightened their American owners this week with their naked hostility to the possible appointment of Billy Dodds as assistant to new manager Jim McIntyre.
Scottish football’s new TV deal with Sky received the kind of welcome reserved for a drunken uncle at a wedding reception.
As the old saying goes, the way to make a small fortune in football is to start off with a big one.
How can a club like Livingston be riding so high in the Premiership when the two Dundee clubs with greater resources languish in much lower positions?
Do players want to play for Scotland anymore?
Stephen Thompson’s calamitous reign at Dundee United is over.
I once interviewed Neil Lennon and Billy Connolly together at Pittodrie.
Dundonians winning Commonwealth Games gold medals are as rare as hens’ teeth, so Mark Stewart’s return to Dundee with one from Australia should be celebrated in style.
As the first chills of November bite, the temperature for Tayside’s three big football sides is both hot and cold.
JIM SPENCE: St Johnstone have found a goal-getter in Tony Watt but can the same be said for Dundee and United?
‘Goals win games’ goes the old saying, but finding the men to score them, and regularly, can require the talents of Derren Brown.