It is not every day you save your team with a goal-line clearance, hang a winner’s medal around your neck, celebrate with a pop star, get drunk on Champagne lying in the bath, then join your dad at the bar to round off the night.
When Craig Curran walked across Tannadice Street to sign for Dundee from Dundee United, he joined a small group of players who have gone straight from tangerine to dark blue. Courier Sport picks out six men who have crossed that great divide.
Dundee United great Jim McInally believes former Tannadice teammate Billy McKinlay is the right man to replace Csaba Laszlo.
Celtic and Rangers were in the sights of former Dundee United player Jim McInally this week, and he gave them both barrels over their plans to play their colt teams in league two.
By any standards, 1987 was a special year for Dundee United.
Five members of Dundee United's famous 1987 team have helped to launch a new book marking 30 years since the club reached the UEFA Cup final.
Forfar will not be going into today’s decisive play-off final second leg at Peterhead with a ‘what we have, we hold’ mentality.
The league One play-off final is a battle between two clubs seeking to make the most of a second chance, according to Forfar Boss Gary Bollan.
Montrose manager Stewart Petrie has told his players to make the most of their unexpected promotion chance, starting against Peterhead at Links Park tonight.
Maurice Malpas and Jim McInally, two of the big names from Dundee United’s glory years under Jim McLean, have given a BBC Scotland documentary series an insight into the manager’s uncompromising but successful regime.