Dundee United will romp to the Championship title and back to the Premiership.
The David Turnbull signs for Celtic, no he doesn’t, yes he does, saga, is a lesson in how modern football works when seriously big money is at stake.
I liked the idea of a new stadium for Dundee FC, but increasingly doubt it will ever happen.
For football purists last night’s Dundee derby will linger in the memory like a rainy January weekend in Blackpool.
Is there any point anymore to the Scotland national football team?
Celtic will win the Premiership title this season on their way to 10 in a row.
Tannadice Park rocked with over 11,000 fans for Thursday’s match against St Mirren, proving that the play-offs, no matter how flawed, are hugely popular and also that there is a great latent support for a successful Dundee United side.
I suggested in this column a few weeks ago that James McPake working with an experienced man might be the way forward at Dundee FC.
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.
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?