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.
Celtic and Rangers were in the sights of former Dundee United player Jim McInally this week, and he gave them both barrels over their plans to play their colt teams in league two.
The Hindu Kush Mountains won’t be remote enough for the big team which is knocked out of the Scottish cup by a minnow this weekend.
The time for video technology in football has come.
The Tannadice fiasco which saw Simon Murray red carded in Thursday night’s play-off could have been avoided in less than 60 seconds.
Stephen Thompson’s calamitous reign at Dundee United is over.
The return of Paul Sturrock to Tannadice, should give crucial pointers to where the club is going wrong on the pitch, and how to fix things.
If you’re a fan of a one horse race then the Scottish Premiership is the place for you, with a guaranteed pay out on a horse which can’t lose.
Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather have given us some ribald and riveting television viewing this week, as the Irish mixed martial arts fighter prepares to be annihilated in Las Vegas next month.
Last March I wrote in this column that battle loomed at Tannadice between some Dundee United fans’ groups and the board.