Dundee United are keeping tabs on Raith Rovers youngster Kieron Bowie with boss Robbie Neilson having him watched personally.
James Gullan scored a brace as Raith Rovers moved top of Scottish League One thanks to a 3-1 victory at home to struggling Stranraer.
As starts go, this was decent – encouraging even.
Dundee new boy Jamie Ness can’t wait to get going tomorrow in dark blue – even if it’s far earlier than he’s ever been used to.
Dundee will face one of their Championship promotion rivals in the Betfred Cup group stage.
Windows of a bus carrying football supporters were smashed on Saturday.
Dundee favourite Barry Smith says “it’s great to be back” after taking the managerial reins at Brechin City.
Dundee United’s pre-season build up continued at the weekend when a strong side went down to Raith Rovers in a friendly.
In reply to ‘BwB Fixit VI’, which was featured on July 29, Dundee fan Mark McDonald gave a detailed response.
Police have issued a CCTV image of a man after a coin was thrown from the Dundee United end during an away game.
Neil McCann has hailed the quality of midfielder Glen Kamara as his new-look Dundee got off to a winning start in the Betfred Cup.
James Keatings knows the heat will be on at Dundee United this season — but he’s cool about that.
Let the big Dundee United guessing game begin . . .
Raith will begin their competitive campaign on a high when they face Dundee United in the Betfred Cup on Saturday after beating Dunfermline 3-0 on Monday night.
It feels like the new season is already here after the Betfred Cup group draw.
Dundee FC miracle worker Barry Smith is to be unveiled as the new Raith Rovers boss this afternoon.
Raith boss John Hughes is set to phone Neil McCann and welcome him to the Scottish football managerial “madhouse”.
Neil McCann believes the Dundee support played a massive part in the success of the “Deefiant” season in which he had a small but significant role.
Ray McKinnon insists his players have to come through the run they’re on by passing the ball — and there’s nowhere better to start than at a cup final.
Willo Flood admits he’s at the “lowest point” of his entire career as Dundee United’s 2017 struggles continue.