Derek McInnes dodged a bullet by staying at Aberdeen FC, and turning down an approach by Rangers for their manager’s job.
Singing in the shower doesn’t make me Gregory Porter, and painting the living room won’t turn me into Leonardo Da Vinci. Similarly, screaming abuse and criticism, at their own players, dressed up as encouragement, doesn’t turn the fans doing it into Jose Mourinho or Brendan Rogers.
Football journalism can throw up some intriguing conversations with those involved in the game.
Dundee boss Neil McCann needs his men to start converting good play into wins, or face a relegation scrap.
It's time to shake the Scottish football establishment to the core, and getting them out of their luxurious Glasgow offices is the first step.
Stephen Thompson is taking the path of patience in appointing Dundee United’s next manager.
‘The life of man is solitary, nasty, brutish, and short’, wrote the philosopher Thomas Hobbes.
Has the art of great defending been lost in Scottish football?
Gordon Strachan's theory that Scots footballers were genetically inferior proved to be his Gerald Ratner moment.
The cacophonous clattering and splashing of oars as Gordon Strachan doubters rowed furiously backwards on Thursday night was deafening.