Dundee FC fans are concerned that the current majority shareholders FPS want to take their stake in the club to 75%, which some nervous supporters fear may see the owners take steps to ground share with United or, heaven forbid, even merge with them at some future stage.
Never was there a more crucial January month in Tannadice Street.
Football fans in this area will be nervously wondering what 2019 might bring for their teams.
Jim Spence: If Mark Ogren’s Dundee United purchase is a hobby it could turn out to be an expensive one
Dundee United fans will have to trust that new owner Mark Ogren can lead them to the promised land.
I’ll be at St Mirren against Aberdeen today, but I’ll be keeping a keen ear out for the local teams in a period which could make or break their hopes.
Dundee look like they may have turned the corner under boss Jim McIntyre.
A possible American takeover at Dundee United has been doing the rounds since the previous Tannadice chairman made his numerous boomerang trips to Australia, where he claimed to be trying to buy Newcastle Jets.
Scottish football’s new TV deal with Sky received the kind of welcome reserved for a drunken uncle at a wedding reception.
Do players want to play for Scotland anymore?
It’s been another controversial week on Planet football.