Accentuating the positive and eliminating the negative has helped take Dundee off the foot of the Premiership table.
East Fife head to Hampden this afternoon to take on bottom placed side Queen’s Park with confidence sky high after last Saturday’s 6-1 demolition of Airdrie.
They may have reached the top of the league but Montrose are still a work in progress, according to manager Stewart Petrie.
Dundee United midfielder Scott Fraser has asked anxious fans to “chill” when the Tangerines welcome Dunfermline to Tannadice today.
Dunfermline midfielder Michael Paton has warned Dundee United that they have more than just St Mirren to worry about in the Championship title race.
Mark O’Hara admits it is nice to look at the league table and not see Dundee propping up the Premiership.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell has received a welcome bonus with two key players set to play their part when the Red Lichties face Stranraer at Gayfield this afternoon.
An Angus railway station is the least used in Britain, according to new figures.
The light at the end of the tunnel as far as Forfar’s injury situation isn’t getting any brighter.
Michael O’Halloran isn’t wasting any time wondering about what January will bring.