The boards at Dens and Tannadice have backed their managers to the hilt in this transfer window.
Jim Spence: If Aberdeen’s American dream comes true then it could provide Scottish football with new vision
Are we seeing the future of Scottish football with Aberdeen FC’s link-up with American club Atlanta United or is it a vanity exercise with no real meat on the bones?
As the first chills of November bite, the temperature for Tayside’s three big football sides is both hot and cold.
Never was there a more crucial January month in Tannadice Street.
The domestic football season is underway again with the Betfred cup.
Dunfermline Athletic are undergoing a renaissance and it spells bad news for the other Championship play-off hopefuls.
Dundee United’s insistence that star striker Lawrence Shankland will be going nowhere in the January transfer window will bring a huge sense of relief to their supporters.
The David Turnbull signs for Celtic, no he doesn’t, yes he does, saga, is a lesson in how modern football works when seriously big money is at stake.
JIM SPENCE: St Johnstone have found a goal-getter in Tony Watt but can the same be said for Dundee and United?
‘Goals win games’ goes the old saying, but finding the men to score them, and regularly, can require the talents of Derren Brown.
Dundee look like they may have turned the corner under boss Jim McIntyre.