Unless someone out there knows different, Tele columnist and former Scotland international Lee Wilkie can boast to have worked for more of the millennium managers than any other player.
Dundee need to bite the bullet and sack Jim McIntyre.
If there is one thing as a footballer you should never do it’s leave yourself open to the accusation you could have tried harder.
In an ideal world, Alex McLeish would get more time to get his Scotland team right.
Results at the weekend and this week confirmed to me Dundee United are heading for another year in the play-offs.
The title race was good while it lasted but it’s Celtic’s title to lose now, says Tele columnist Lee Wilkie.
It hasn’t happened for a while but striker Craig Curran is by no means unique in making the short journey over Tannadice Street to switch directly from Dundee United to Dundee, or vice versa.
Glen Kamara is "not good enough" for Rangers, according to former Dundee man Lee Wilkie.
In words that now appear almost prophetic, in his column on Monday the Tele’s Lee Wilkie sent a clear message to Dundee that trying to force an experienced new assistant on manager Neil McCann would end badly.
Back in 2003, Kenny Miller and Lee Wilkie both opened their international scoring accounts on the same day against Iceland – 15 years later, the former Dundee centre-back is backing Miller to be a real success for the Dark Blues.
Joy and pain are part of football, any pro will tell you that — but they don’t often come within minutes of each other.
The process of appointing Neil McCann as permanent Dundee manager has been branded a "shambles" by a former teammate.
Former Dundee United captain Lee Wilkie reckons his former side aren’t lacking “character” but feels they need to add some quality if they are to get back to the Premiership.
Usually Kosta Gadzhalov is the quiet man around Dens Park, going about his business without a fuss — but on Saturday he stole centre stage.
Having seen Mark Durnan’s goal at the weekend it took me back to playing in the same team as my fellow Tele columnist Lee Wilkie.