I’ve interviewed managers in imminent danger of the sack on dozens of occasions.
I once interviewed Neil Lennon and Billy Connolly together at Pittodrie.
When the finest ever Dundee FC side captured Bob Seith from Burnley in 1960, he left a club which he had just helped win English football’s top league.
My predictions for Tayside’s top three clubs this season look like dumping the entire contents of a hen house over my head.
Cheats in sport are like burglars. Just as house thieves rob you of your peace of mind, sporting cheats steal your faith in the honesty of competition.
By tomorrow night England may be in the World Cup semi-final.
Football is run solely for the benefit of the people in football. The paying fans are strictly an afterthought.
This is a brutal time of year for professional footballers.
Dundee derbies will be back next season, and in the top league. I’m convinced of that.
Dundonians winning Commonwealth Games gold medals are as rare as hens’ teeth, so Mark Stewart’s return to Dundee with one from Australia should be celebrated in style.