It’s been another controversial week on Planet football.
As the first chills of November bite, the temperature for Tayside’s three big football sides is both hot and cold.
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?
Dundee fans frightened their American owners this week with their naked hostility to the possible appointment of Billy Dodds as assistant to new manager Jim McIntyre.
Alex McLeish’s reign as Scotland boss is already looking like a disaster.
Csaba Laszlo’s departure marks dangerous territory for Dundee United.
Football is run solely for the benefit of the people in football. The paying fans are strictly an afterthought.
I’ve interviewed managers in imminent danger of the sack on dozens of occasions.
It’s time to reinvent the wheel, scrap the professional youth football system for our kids, and return to the once successful ‘S’ signing model.
There has been a barrage of criticism over recent decisions of Scottish football’s new video review system, with the panel of three former referees reviewing incidents missed by match officials.