Dundee reader Bob Gibson wants to know if Ian Ure (left) and Billy Bremner played together for the Scottish international side.
Blether with Brown
Through this column, Jim Mitchell would like to apologise to an old team-mate.
Each week, BwB gives a sample from the Readers’ Queries file in the old Sporting Post.
Former Dundee United goalkeeper Sandy Davie has featured in this column on quite a number of occasions.
It’s very unusual for a team to sign two players with the same surname within a few days of each other.
You don’t get penalty-kicks in every game of football – and to get two over the 90 minutes would generally be a talking point.
Two different former Dundee junior footballers with the same name featured recently in this column.
A few months ago, I asked if there were any non-Scots in Celtic’s nine-in-a-row league championship line-ups 1966-1974.
I told last week how, in 1963, Scotland, under boss Ian McColl, embarked on a mini close-season tour.
Recently, I came across a photo of Leo Horn.
Kenneth Brannan says he enjoyed a July article, which asked if any non-Scots were involved during the Celtic’s nine in a row era.
In early May, BwB carried a tale in which Dundee FC played two games in one day.
Wealth – or lack of – matters not where sport is concerned.
The Scotland international football team never fails to disappoint.
Former Dundee United favourite Jim Henry is trying to find information about a game he played in as a youth.
Continuing our samples from the Readers’ Queries file in the old Sporting Post.
As far as football boots are concerned, Adidas always wins the day for me.
In July, Simon Murray joined South African club Bidvest Wits.
My old buddy Frankie Campbell got back in touch.
BwB continues give a sample from the Readers’ Queries file in the old Sporting Post.