To be described as “one of the best servants of Dundee United” is, indeed, a great accolade.
As Dundee United’s search for a new manager nears the end of a second week, one question can be raised — is what was one of the top jobs in Scottish football becoming a post top candidates believe is too risky to take?
Dundee United’s Uefa Cup quarter-final victory in Barcelona 30 years ago on Saturday was an amazing achievement but not a huge shock.
Dundee midfielder Paul McGowan revealed manager Paul Hartley had a go at his team despite them being 5-1 up at half-time on Saturday — but he’s not the first in the city to do so.
Brothers Jim and Tommy McLean were well known throughout the 60s, 70s and 80s for their footballing exploits.
Here we take our last look at John Letford's book, featuring his longtime friendship with Dundee United legend Jim McLEan and his passion for football - 'his sporting love'.