The Scottish Cup fourth round ties for both Dundee clubs will be live on BBC One Scotland in the new year.
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.
It is the medal that matters more than all the others.
There has been a lot of talk in the last few days about how many wins Dundee will need to stay up.
Dundee United supporters staged a moving tribute to a devoted fan following his death aged just 31.
It has been confirmed that Dundee United’s eagerly-awaited William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final will take place at Tannadice on Sunday, March 3, at 3.30pm with game to be shown live on BBC Scotland. Robbie Neilson’s side are set to face the winners of the Inverness v Ross County fifth-round replay.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre branded his side’s performance in defeat against Queen of the South last night as “embarrassing”.
Dundee were unceremoniously dumped out of the William Hill Scottish Cup as they took a pasting at Palmerston against Queen of the South in this fourth round replay.
St Johnstone’s Scottish Cup clash with Celtic will be live on Premier Sports.
Craig Beattie did two of his old clubs few favours when he helped make the draw for the fifth round of the Scottish Cup, with St Johnstone given a daunting away game at holders Celtic and Dundee paired up with Aberdeen.