Getting a calculator out would only serve to torture himself. Paul McGowan doesn’t need to know the exact facts and figures. He is well aware that the Dundee v Aberdeen fixture hasn’t been kind to him or his team.
With Dundee United under new ownership, Courier Sport looks back on the power changes which have led to the club being controlled by an American businessman with no link to Tannadice for the first time in its history.
He fell short of a club shut-out record held by the legendary Hamish McAlpine at the weekend, but Benjamin Siegrist will take the first steps towards having another crack it when Dundee United travel to Morton tonight.
Kenny Miller has called on the Dundee players to have a “long, hard look in the mirror” before tomorrow night’s clash with Hearts.
St Johnstone are set to make a double signing, with Stevie May being one and Estonian international centre-back Madis Vihmann the other.
Tommy Wright knows that even his status as the most successful manager in St Johnstone’s history doesn’t make him “untouchable”.
Given what preceded it three days earlier, it wasn’t going to take much to represent an improvement for Scotland in this friendly against Portugal.
The Courier's sports writers Ian Roache, Neil Robertson and Eric Nicolson assess the consequences of Dundee United's Scottish Cup exit and the growing prospect of a play-off derby.
St Johnstone fans will be keeping their fingers crossed that there are new attacking options for manager Tommy Wright by the time their team returns to action at Easter Road after their weekend off.
The biggest fear of Dundee fans isn’t that their club gets relegated.