The beautiful game is about to do battle with the ugly side of football at the World Cup.
It is a controversial claim, even after all these years, but Ally’s Tartan Army wasn’t the best Scotland theme song for the World Cup in 1978.
Former Dundee United central defender John Souttar has been called up for Scotland’s summer trip across the Atlantic.
Sean Dillon isn’t surprised that Andy Robertson has become the pride of Scotland on his way to the Champions League final.
Jack Hendry’s confident debut for Scotland should be a source of pride for Dundee, according to manager Neil McCann.
Barry Douglas relished his first taste of international football but the Wolves left-back knows he faces intense competition in his efforts to keep his place in the Scotland squad.
Jack Hendry believes Scotland’s friendly double-header against Costa Rica and Hungary has shown the national team has come a long way in solving its central defensive problems.
Scotland 0 Costa Rica 1: No swagger on show as Alex McLeish’s second spell in charge starts with defeat
New Scotland boss Alex McLeish wanted his team to play with a swagger.
In this week's Talking Football, our writers Ian Roache and Neil Robertson discuss the suggestion that Dundee United would benefit from being knocked out of the William Hill Scottish Cup and consider how Dundee can recover from their hammering at the hands of Ross County.
Walter Smith won’t be behind the times if the SFA turn back the clock to offer him the Scotland manager’s job.