Early season book sales are hugely important to clubs and indicate how fans feel about future prospects.
The last four Scottish meetings with top English opposition in Europe have resulted in draws.
Derek McInnes dodged a bullet by staying at Aberdeen FC, and turning down an approach by Rangers for their manager’s job.
With the football season underway, supporters of various clubs will shortly realise that radio ventriloquists are more believable than some of their managers’ new signings.
Steve Clarke at Kilmarnock is blowing every football assumption out of the water.
Dundee derbies will be back next season, and in the top league. I’m convinced of that.
Stephen Thompson is taking the path of patience in appointing Dundee United’s next manager.
Cheats in sport are like burglars. Just as house thieves rob you of your peace of mind, sporting cheats steal your faith in the honesty of competition.
Football agents attract the ire of fans the way a rotten carcass attracts a swarm of flies.
One New Year resolution all football fans should avoid is trying to change our natural state of existence: hypocrisy.