Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Salto Gymnastics Club is celebrating ‘top of the range’ new facilities after the Braeview Academy fire had put its future in jeopardy.
This week Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, George Cran and Calum Woodger dissect what went wrong as Dundee’s relegation to the Championship is confirmed and ask are they the worst Dee side ever? Elsewhere, the boys receive a call from Down Under about Dundee United and Tom doesn’t know what Mad Dog is.
When people think about karate and the martial arts, often the flying kicks of Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee seen on the silver screen spring to mind.
A group of table tennis enthusiasts just can’t get enough of the sport and are toasting funding which will see them have the opportunity to pick up a bat at least twice a week.
Kenny McLean is “100%” enthusiastic for Scotland’s European Championship qualifying double-header next month regardless of who will be national team boss.
PODCAST: Twa Teams, One Street – God bless America as owners stay at Dundee and United have choices to make
This week Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, George Cran and Calum Woodger dissect a statement from Dundee’s American owners reaffirming their commitment to the club, discuss the options available to Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson for the play-offs and, as ever, the boys take aim at each other.
AS the nation gears up to back the Scotland women’s football team at the World Cup in less than six weeks time, Dundee West are plotting their own girls’ rise to the top.
Dundee United striker Pavol Safranko has been nominated for the PFA Scotland Championship Player of the Year.
This week Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, George Cran and Calum Woodger accept Dundee are defeated but ask why there wasn't more blood and snotters? Also, Dundee United have to keep momentum going in their promotion push and we have a special offer for Tangerines everywhere.
Dundee mixed martial artist Scott Malone is gearing up for the fight of his life as he prepares to battle champion Jack Shore for the Cage Warriors bantamweight title and a potential ticket to the sport’s top table.
Alex McLeish has been sacked as Scotland head coach, the Scottish Football Association has announced.
PODCAST: Twa Teams, One Street – Dundee need something from St Johnstone and can United make signal of intent?
This week Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, George Cran and Calum Woodger preview the first of ‘five cup finals’ for Dundee post-split, discuss why Dundee United need to put another marker down against Inverness in the Highlands and Tom reminisces about the glory days of Arbroath.
Dundee have offered a cut-price ticket deal to fans for two of their most crucial Premiership post-split fixtures against their relegation rivals.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre believes his team will come back from a fortnight of no games next Saturday for the beginning of a crucial set of matches rested and ready to fight.
Dundee will be boosted by the return of key men for their crucial Premiership run-in as they battle to avoid relegation.
PODCAST: Twa Teams, One Street – Second best could be enough for United and Dundee need glimmer of hope
This week Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, Calum Woodger and Graeme Finnan discuss why Dundee United need to secure second spot in the Championship, ask if Dundee can find the spark they desperately need to avoid relegation and also take your calls.
The pressure Dundee are under to avoid relegation from the Premiership is nothing new, according to centre-half Ryan McGowan.
The past few seasons have been a nightmare for Dundee supporters.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre insists he was pleased with the display of kid midfield ace Callum Moore in the 2-0 defeat against Aberdeen, even if the youngster gave away a penalty.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre admits it was always going to be tough for his hurting team to come back when they went a goal down to Aberdeen in the 2-0 loss at Dens Park on Saturday.