With the season under way, Scottish football is again proving its ability to confound the critics.
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.
It’s been another controversial week on Planet football.
I’ve interviewed managers in imminent danger of the sack on dozens of occasions.
Scotland's slim hopes of World Cup qualification will be tested to destruction by England at Hampden today.
“I wouldn’t swap the memories for the money,” said legendary Dundee United goalie Hamish McAlpine, at a dinner I was at with him last week, when asked did he regret not playing in today’s era of mega-riches for footballers.
In Scotland we have to decide whether we really want to be a serious player in both our men’s and women’s football.
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.