There were obviously two completely contrasting results from Scotland’s double header against Belgium on Friday night in a friendly at Hampden and the Monday evening Nations League outing with Albania at the same venue.
Monday afternoon was a fairytale story for the Scotland women’s football team.
We are all agreed Dundee need a goalscorer and Kenny Miller is certainly one of them.
There is no getting away from it – Saturday at St Johnstone is a huge game for Dundee and Neil McCann.
In hindsight, it would probably have been better for Jack Hendry if he’d stayed with Dundee for another year before moving to Celtic.
The whole Jack Hamilton episode has made me conclude that Dundee are looking at a trade-off.
Everyone connected with football in Scotland is licking their lips in anticipation as the respective Ladbrokes league campaigns kick off on Saturday – and I am no different.
You won’t be surprised to learn that I am mightily relieved Dundee have secured their status in the Premiership.
This is the business end of the season and it could be a massive weekend for our local teams.
The record books will show that Celtic comfortably won their William Hill Scottish cup semi-final against Rangers at Hampden on Sunday.