Regular contributor Kenneth Brannan said he “really enjoyed the article about Jim Henry – an absolutely smashing bloke”.
Blether with Brown
Dundee reader Bob Gibson wants to know if Ian Ure and Billy Bremner played together for the Scottish international side.
Broughty United AFC supremo Ally Martin was able to help with our recent query regarding Jim Henry and the Black Trophy.
Rob Boag sent in this school photo.
The winter months usually mean time is sparse for playing rounds of golf.
Our latest delve into cuttings reveals one dated January 1, 1972, which stated...
Grant Millar’s plea for a schools cup final football photo on August 18 was answered by one of the players who played in that game.
Dennis Gillespie is, rightly, a legend at Dundee United.
SP Query – In April 1994, ‘Craigiebank’ asked: Can you confirm that Denis Law played for three different teams at Wembley in three successive weeks?
Eddie Devlin got in touch after his story re Alan Gilzean appeared in August .
After their promotion to the top division in 1961, Dundee United took the next step up with a couple of benchmark signings a few years later.
In response to my Alan Gilzean memories on July 13, Mike Blair responded: “I well remember Alan Gilzean’s hat-trick against Cologne in that 8-1 victory in the European Cup at Dens Park.
Kenny Dick reads this column and I reckon he may be tickled with this.
Lochee ex-Pat Rob Boag came up with some interesting stuff while having a clearout.
I told recently of Rangers signing two players called Smith with days of each other in 1966.
Former Dundee United goalkeeper Sandy Davie has featured in this column on quite a number of occasions.
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.