Steve Clarke at Kilmarnock is blowing every football assumption out of the water.
Both Dundee and Dundee United seem ready to run with smaller squads next season. That’s a good thing.
With the World Cup over it’s back to domestic fare for Scots football fans.
Tonight’s Champions League final pits two of the greatest names in world football against each other.
Last March I wrote in this column that battle loomed at Tannadice between some Dundee United fans’ groups and the board.
Dundee United are turning the clock back to Jim McLean’s days with the decision that players must live within a 25-mile radius of the city.
Talking to the Dumbarton manager Steve Aitken after his team lost at Tannadice in midweek, he revealed that he was heading back west to do the nightshift in his real job.
The news that Cowdenbeath FC could face closure within a year unless they can find £135,000 is a window on a changing football landscape.
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.
The bookmakers’ odds are already laid on the first football manager to be sacked in Scotland, with Dundee United’s Csaba Laszlo attracting some serious money.