Davie Watson, a former Butterburn Youth Club player, has lived in Toronto, Canada, since emigrating in 1967.
Blether with Brown
Rob Boag reckons Jim Finlayson makes a fair point when he states that Dundee Violet should be the nominated as the greatest team ever to play in Dundee Junior Football history.
The St Clement’s photo which first appeared on August 9 continues to provoke debate as more and more players in the team are recognised and fondly remembered.
Another photograph from former Dundee Lord Provost John Letford’s collection in his time as manager with youth football teams is of St Columba BC from around the early 1970s.
George Furey has finally got around to sending in a particular photo to BwB.
Former Brechin City footballer Bruce Alexander (firstname.lastname@example.org) reckons he was involved in a wee bit of football history.
Canadian resident Rob Boag, formerly of Dundee, is a great evangelist of all things Dick McTaggart.
Tele water polo correspondent Frank Jordan has been enjoying Champions League football games, and has come across a great water polo player with one of the fancied teams.
I was speaking to a Dundee fan recently, who told me he is going to the Dundee FC 40th anniversary dinner of their League Cup win over Celtic in 1973.
Dundee FC commercial manager Stephen Flight says planning is well advanced for the dinner.
Gerry Trayner responded to the plea about info on Jock Paterson, as requested by Stuart Watt (BwB, August 23).
Craig Millar, Dundee Bureau Chief with STV, responded to the article about former Tayport AFC player Bobby McMahon, now with Fox Sports World Canada.
Tele columnist John Letford MBE puts forward his views in this paper every Thursday.
Current NCR team manager Jim Long responded to a story published on September 27.
“Well done Frank Jordan for highlighting two great line-ups from the Benvie Road/Polepark area,” was the opening line from Rob Boag.
This column is in danger of being renamed ‘Blether with Harp’, such has been the dominance in recent months of the Beechwood Park club on this page.
Logie Secondary School U/15 football team from 1950-51 was featured on this page on August 2.
John Reilly, Monifieth-based general secretary of the East Region Junior FA, asked for assistance from this column.
After all the hype surrounding the multi-million-pound transfer of Welsh scoring sensation Gareth Bale’s move to Real Madrid, my sports desk colleague Steve Taylor pointed out that his double plays for the Dundee CCS Stars ice hockey team Sam McCluskey.
A BwB reader, known only as Bill, urged the Midlands AFA to remember and honour former NCR AFC stalwart Bob Griffin, who recently passed away.