Officials at a junior football club are appealing for witnesses after brazen thieves attempted to break into equipment sheds at their home ground.
When you are celebrating your 70th birthday, and you have taken your good lady to the other side of the world, the least you can hope for is a break from local football tales.
Continuing to look back on the information which appeared in newspapers when local footballers stepped up to the senior grade. On November 23, 1971, under the heading ‘Dundee junior joins Forfar’ it was reported . . .
Officials at Lochee United Junior Football Club have voiced their concerns about parking issues ahead of a crunch cup tie this weekend.
At 31, many a player would be in the prime of their career.
Sandra Jamieson came on with the sad news that her Dad Peter Gowans passed away on February 7, aged 73.
In a new feature, I’m looking back on the information which appeared in newspapers when local footballers stepped up to the senior grade.
Lochee United season ticket holder Alex Marshall has handed back £500 of his jackpot club lottery win to help fund a new players’ lounge.
The murals currently being displayed on the wall of Thomson Park on Liff Road, Dundee, continue to provoke comment and great interest.
If you’re a Laing, a Laird, a Lynch or a Lamb then congratulations – your surname is among hundreds to be honoured on a new Lochee wall of fame.
Lochee United got off to a flying start in their Super League campaign with a resounding 6-1 win over Whitburn at Thomson Park.
Scottish football just outside the fourth tier is undergoing a massive overhaul, with many clubs defecting from the juniors to join semi-professional leagues.
A new mural which brings to life Dundee’s train and tram history has been unveiled.
An article in this column on March 12 praised several regular contributors to these pages.
A Dundee art project is vying to become the longest graffiti wall in the UK, after work started on it at the weekend.
The recent Scottish Junior Cup exploits of Lochee United caught the imagination of the Dundee footballing public.
Tributes have been paid to a Dundee football stalwart who died while abroad.
Blether: Dundee-born footballer Jimmy Stewart was so good for Chelsea in Cannes that he was picked for select team
The local junior fraternity was saddened to hear of the recent passing of Jimmy Stewart.
Lochee United boss George Shields admitted his side were second best as they suffered Scottish Cup semi-final heartbreak at home to Auchinleck.
Lochee United have moved to thank supporters for the massive turnout at Thomson Park at the weekend.