We find ourselves in a new year and I want to wish everyone a good one.
With Dundee United’s takeover getting confirmed on Wednesday, that’s both the city clubs now owned by people with no long-standing connection with them.
The whole situation with Billy Dodds possibly becoming the new assistant manager at Dundee has been nothing short of farcical.
John Nelms gave a very positive spin on Dundee’s current form and predicament after the sixth league defeat in a row against Hibs.
There were obviously two completely contrasting results from Scotland’s double header against Belgium on Friday night in a friendly at Hampden and the Monday evening Nations League outing with Albania at the same venue.
We are all agreed Dundee need a goalscorer and Kenny Miller is certainly one of them.
The whole Jack Hamilton episode has made me conclude that Dundee are looking at a trade-off.
Everyone connected with football in Scotland is licking their lips in anticipation as the respective Ladbrokes league campaigns kick off on Saturday – and I am no different.
You won’t be surprised to learn that I am mightily relieved Dundee have secured their status in the Premiership.
These must-win games keep coming for Dundee, don’t they.