Former Dundee and Montrose right-back Les Barr showed me this cutting of a team photo of the Links Park club from around the mid-1970s.
All Blether with Brown Posts
Evening Telegraph swimming correspondent Frank Jordan revealed he is often asked who he thought was the best Dundee swimmer throughout the years.
A reader looking for information on a football medal is regular contributor Andy Walker.
Over the coming weeks, I’ll share some of the information unearthed when perusing through our cuttings files.
This ‘taped-up’ photo (above) was taken in the summer of 1954 as Rangers embarked on a summer tour of Canada.
I relayed the sad news of legendary amateur football official Tom Wilkie’s passing in our August 19 edition.
Help from the local cricket fraternity is sought by Cameron Munro.
The recent Riverside Athletic AFC Farewell Sportsman’s Dinner was deemed a great success by all who attended.
The Dundee FC team photo from August 1961, which I used in this column on August 19, has always asked the question... “Why is Sandy Davie in the line-up?”
In recent times, all has been quiet from the Brannan household in Lochee, Dundee.
A Leicester City fan enjoyed a couple of holidays in the Dundee area so much that he decided to up sticks from Leicestershire and moved permanently to the City of Discovery.
Each week, BwB gives a sample from the Readers’ Queries file in the old Sporting Post.
Nearly two years after he appeared in BwB, Dave Souter has passed away.
In reply to ‘BwB Fixit VI’, which was featured on July 29, Dundee fan Mark McDonald gave a detailed response.
A good pub quiz question might be . . . “When did Celtic sign two ‘Rangers men’ in one day?”
The intense rivalry between Dundee United supporters and Dundee fans is not just confined to inside these city walls.
Joe Jordan’s 1981 transfer from Manchester United to AC Milan prompted a query from a Monifieth reader.
Recently reading of chairman John Christison being honoured for his long-service to Arbroath, brought back memories of a double transfer the Gayfield Park men were involved in.
While shuffling through cuttings in search of another story, I came across a great line.
Sean Crowe emailed me to ask for information on a relative, who once played for one of the city clubs.