Football is run solely for the benefit of the people in football. The paying fans are strictly an afterthought.
The debate over video technology in football was reignited in midweek after a crystal clear Hibs goal against rivals Hearts was disallowed by referee Steven McLean.
Alex McLeish’s reign as Scotland boss is already looking like a disaster.
Jim Spence: Significant striker signings by both Dundee clubs send out warning to rest of Championship
Dundee and Dundee United appear to have made outstanding signings in their striking departments, which make it even more likely that the Championship title will come down to a straight scrap between the two city clubs.
Football fans in this area will be nervously wondering what 2019 might bring for their teams.
Jim Spence: If Mark Ogren’s Dundee United purchase is a hobby it could turn out to be an expensive one
Dundee United fans will have to trust that new owner Mark Ogren can lead them to the promised land.
Dundonians winning Commonwealth Games gold medals are as rare as hens’ teeth, so Mark Stewart’s return to Dundee with one from Australia should be celebrated in style.
On a trip to Gothenburg with BBC Sport in 2014 with the Scotland women’s team, the then manager Anna Signeul invited me to have breakfast with the coaches on match morning.
In football, as in politics, most careers end in failure.
The SFA should be awarded a gallantry medal for bravery under fire. With a great many fans wanting Gordon Strachan drummed out of the service as Scotland boss, the blazers went over the top in defence of their man. (Article continues here.)