My former Broughty Athletic team-mate Jim Lorimer is featured in this photo from September 1972 of the Logie Secondary U/15 side.
Ian Thomas, who contributed in recent times in BwB about Tam Saunders boxing in Liverpool, takes to football this time.
This photo of Crieff Earngrove Junior FC reminded me of a great tale involving one of their former players.
Dundee United fans have gone Scottish Cup crazy in a show of defiance to the SFA.
Sean Dillon believes team-mate Gavin Gunning being linked with Rangers again will have zero effect on his form between now and the end of the season.
Tom Black was interested to recently read in the Tele that Dundee players were to be subjected to a rigorous training schedule.
Dundee boss Paul Hartley has hinted he’ll recall Peter MacDonald for tonight’s vital league clash against QOS at Dens.
Dundee defender Gary Irvine expects the Championship title race to go right to the wire.
Having secured their top-six status, St Johnstone have now set their sights on overhauling fifth-placed Inverness CT.
Dundee CCS Stars signed off the regulation season with one win and one loss against Edinburgh Capitals.
Adam Cummins is set for his first start in a Dundee jersey when QOS call in at Dens tonight.
Morecambe and Wise. Steak and chips. Mullets and 80s footballers.
Experienced Mark Wilson believes Dundee United’s late-season form is more impressive than when they were sweeping all aside earlier in the campaign.
Absent pair Gary Mackay-Steven and Keith Watson face fitness checks for Dundee United’s clash with Inverness on Wednesday.
Bayern Munich have been sanctioned with a partial closure of their stadium for the Champions League quarter-final against Manchester United after fans displayed a homophobic banner against Arsenal.
If you don’t concede goals, you can’t lose games.
Dundee CCS Stars go into their final two games of the regular season knowing one point from either fixture will guarantee third place in the Elite League standings.
With manager Tommy Wright undergoing gall bladder surgery yesterday, Callum Davidson and Alec Cleland will be in charge of St Johnstone at home to Hibs tomorrow.
Tonight’s opponents Hearts may be doomed to the drop but Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara believes opposite number Gary Locke and his players will go down with heads held high.
Farid El Alagui admits the thought of making his stay at Dundee United permanent is a pleasant one.