I was at Craig Levein’s press conference in 1997 when he announced his retiral through injury as a Hearts player.
My predictions for Tayside’s top three clubs this season look like dumping the entire contents of a hen house over my head.
Dundee United’s players have their future in their own hands.
The phrase 'deep thinker’ is a curse of the modern football age.
Sunday’s clash between Dundee and Dundee United will focus intense scrutiny on both managers.
If football fans were weather presenters they would possess only two forecasts - either a permanent sunny period of settled brightness, or a deep Atlantic depression settling in from the west.
Steve Clarke might just have kept the flames of interest flickering in Scotland fans through the 3-1 win over Kazakhstan in midweek.
Dundee FC fans are concerned that the current majority shareholders FPS want to take their stake in the club to 75%, which some nervous supporters fear may see the owners take steps to ground share with United or, heaven forbid, even merge with them at some future stage.
Football is run solely for the benefit of the people in football. The paying fans are strictly an afterthought.
Alex McLeish’s reign as Scotland boss is already looking like a disaster.