This week Tele sports reporters Calum Woodger, George Cran and Graeme Finnan look at the city clubs’ Scottish Cup-ties as they welcome Premiership opposition to Dens and Tannadice this weekend. Elsewhere, who are Sandy Mane and Maurice Salah?
When it emerged this week that Dundee were looking to sign Inverness defender Shaun Rooney on a pre-contract two thoughts went through my head.
This week Tele sport reporters Calum Woodger, George Cran and Graeme Finnan dissect what went right and what went wrong for Dundee United and Dundee, respectively, in the latest round of Championship fixtures and we hear your views on our Team of the Decade.
This week Tele sports reporters George Cran, Calum Woodger and Graeme Finnan dissect all the fallout – good and bad – from the Dundee derby, look at what both Dundee and United may do in the transfer window and the VAR farce gripping the game.
As we approach the opening of the January transfer window, both city clubs find themselves in a decent position.
This week Tele sports reporters Calum Woodger, George Cran and Graeme Finnan preview the Dundee derby in a special festive way by deliberating their teams of the decade for both clubs before settling on a combined XI and manager.
This week Tele sports reporters Calum Woodger, George Cran and Graeme Finnan discuss Dundee United’s terrific run of form as they seemingly race to the title, Dundee’s toils at both ends of the park and Big Dunc making his mark down south.
PODCAST: Twa Teams, One Street – Is McPake on a shoogly peg and can United pick up where they left off?
This week Tele sports reporters George Cran, Calum Woodger and Kenny MacDonald discuss whether James McPake is under pressure, can United keep up their winning form and look at the managerial merry-go round down south.
Just when it seemed like they were finally getting things together, Dundee have quickly hit the skids.
This week Tele sports reporters Calum Woodger, George Cran and Graeme Finnan dissect where Dundee go after their recent defeat to Inverness, ask will United keep up their winning run at Morton and can Scotland make Euro 2020?
After three seasons of chasing, Dundee United have got their wish – the Championship is theirs to lose now.
This week Tele sports reporter Calum Woodger is joined by a squad as makeshift as Scotland’s in former Dundee, United and national team defender Lee Wilkie and Tele news reporter Kenny MacDonald.
This week Tele sports reporters Calum Woodger, George Cran and Graeme Finnan discuss last week’s Dundee derby and the implications for both teams. Also, ahead of Scotland’s final Euro 202 qualifiers, the lads ask ‘where are all our players?'
This week former Dundee, Dundee United and Scotland star Lee Wilkie joins Tele sport reporters George Cran and Calum Woodger for a derby special. Lee takes a look at the state of play at both city clubs, his derby memories and an unfortunate nickname.
An air of trepidation clung over Tannadice in wins over Dunfermline and Partick Thistle this week, with an anxiety surrounding Dundee United’s star man Lawrence Shankland at the centre of it.
PODCAST: Twa Teams, One Street – It’s a Halloween special but there is nothing scary about city clubs’ form
This week it's a Halloween special as Tele sports reporters Calum Woodger, George Cran and Graeme Finnan discuss the recent upturn in fortunes for Dundee and Dundee United and take a look at all the latest results in the Scottish Premiership.
This week Tele sports reporters Calum Woodger, George Cran and Jim Masson dissect the struggles at Dundee, Dundee United and St Johnstone at present, while George offers some genius tactical advice to the managers.
Dundee United striker Lawrence Shankland’s recent involvement in the Scotland set-up has been met with celebration by all parties concerned.
This week Tele sports reporters George Cran, Calum Woodger and Graeme Finnan discuss whether Lawrence Shankland has done enough to be Scotland’s No 9, can Dundee win back-to-back for the first time and what has Calum got against Robert Snodgrass?
Just when you think things can’t get much worse following Scotland, the nation has had to endure a qualifying campaign which will go down in history as calamitous, painful and, quite frankly, pathetic.