For football purists last night’s Dundee derby will linger in the memory like a rainy January weekend in Blackpool.
Jim Spence: Lawrence Shankland’s Scotland success story should inspire every player who has suffered setback
Lawrence Shankland’s performances in his two Scotland appearances were a boost for every player who has ever suffered a career setback.
There have been mutterings of disaffection from some St Johnstone fans about manager Tommy Wright after Saints’ dire start to the season.
Form and consistency in football tends to be as elusive as the Scottish wildcat.
Dundee United will romp to the Championship title and back to the Premiership.
Title races are marathons not sprints but points in the bag at an early stage can leave the back-markers struggling to close the gap on runaway leaders.
Robbie Neilson’s manager of the month award is testimony to the excellent job he’s done at Tannadice.
JIM SPENCE: Arbroath are a part-time success story….but there will be sleepless nights for Brechin committee
I had my first visit of the season to Gayfield last Saturday, at the end of which, Arbroath sat proudly fourth in the Championship table.
Celtic will win the Premiership title this season on their way to 10 in a row.
Stevie May’s on-off transfer to St Johnstone highlights the issue of how vexatious the movement of players can be in football.