Jack Hendry’s confident debut for Scotland should be a source of pride for Dundee, according to manager Neil McCann.
Boss Alex McLeish claimed the loss of the first goal was key to Scotland's 2-0 defeat to World Cup-bound Peru at the Estadio Nacional in Lima.
Gordon Strachan may have had his faults as Scotland boss but he knew a player when he saw one.
Sean Dillon isn’t surprised that Andy Robertson has become the pride of Scotland on his way to the Champions League final.
In this week's Talking Football, our writers Ian Roache and Neil Robertson discuss the suggestion that Dundee United would benefit from being knocked out of the William Hill Scottish Cup and consider how Dundee can recover from their hammering at the hands of Ross County.
Embarrassment will be the most popular word in the Michael O’Neill for Scotland debrief. With shambles and debacle giving it a run for its money.
Scott Brown has announced his retirement from international football.
Alex McLeish got the new Scotland era off to a perfect start off the pitch, according to Grant Hanley.
Charlie Mulgrew believes being on the front foot is the reason why Scotland are off and running in the Nations League.
Stuart Armstrong has revealed how he turned into a Tartan Army foot soldier as Scotland clung on against Israel.