One New Year resolution all football fans should avoid is trying to change our natural state of existence: hypocrisy.
The referee in football is always right. He or she never makes a wrong decision.
Sunday’s clash between Dundee and Dundee United will focus intense scrutiny on both managers.
Tommy Gemmell’s death this week robbed Scottish football of one its most flamboyant characters.
Dundee United may be battling to win promotion back to the top of Scottish football, but off the field they are also in the putative stages of a war.
I once interviewed Neil Lennon and Billy Connolly together at Pittodrie.
My predictions for Tayside’s top three clubs this season look like dumping the entire contents of a hen house over my head.
“The noblest prospect a Scotchman ever sees is the high road that leads him to England”. The writer Samuel Johnson penned those words in 1773.
Football agents attract the ire of fans the way a rotten carcass attracts a swarm of flies.
Scottish football risks becoming a Brigadoon world where we celebrate great achievements from the mists of time, only to go to sleep again, once our reminiscing is done.