By any standards, 1987 was a special year for Dundee United.
Dundee United legend John Holt believes the current side are enjoying the same type of momentum that helped him and his team-mates win the league title.
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.
John Holt had a perfect view as the ball flew into the Barcelona net.
A group of Dundee United legends helped launch a new walking football club this week.
Considering Montrose were beaten 5-0 at home the last time they played Elgin City, this afternoon’s trip to Borough Briggs looks like a “mission impossible” for the Angus side.
Montrose chairman John Crawford is hoping the club will be able to announce Paul Hegarty’s successor as manager next week.
Montrose caretaker manager John Holt can strengthen his claim for the position on a permanent basis if his side defeats Queen’s Park at Hampden tonight and progress to the next round of the Scottish Cup.
It was honours even in Saturday’s Angus derby at a chllly Links Park, a result which leaves Forfar five points clear at the top of League Two and managerless Montrose just above bottom-markers Edinburgh City.
Paul Hegarty last night insisted that he and Montrose have “parted on very good terms” after admitting that this season hasn’t panned out as he had hoped.