For Dundee United, it could well be a case of beware the old boys as they face Partick Thistle on the resumption of Championship business this weekend.
Jackie McNamara, wearing his Celtic great hat, will be back in Dundee this weekend for the first time since his time as Dundee United boss was brought to an abrupt end.
Dundee promotion hero Kyle Letheren could be on his way back to Dens Park.
Good managers don’t become bad ones overnight — but if you were being cruel, you’d say, statistically at least, Jackie McNamara has come close to achieving it.
York have announced that Jackie McNamara is to step down as manager, and as far as surprises go, let’s just say nobody’s jaw hit the floor when that was announced.
York manager Jackie McNamara has agreed to resign if the Vanarama National League club fail to "get a positive result" from this weekend's trip to Braintree.
The image of Jackie McNamara with a confident, almost arrogant, smile on his face walking up the stairs on the Main Stand at Dens Park to the press room is something that will forever be etched in my memory.
St Johnstone look to have ended the Dundee United career of manager Jackie McNamara after staging a remarkable comeback to win 2-1, despite playing most of the match with 10 men.
Jackie McNamara is to be axed as manager of Dundee United.
The heat is on Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara.