Continuing our look back at some of the old Sporting Queries, which were so popular in the Sporting Post.
Dundee FC have 'urged' supporters not to use a road that runs through Perth to get to St Johnstone's McDiarmid Park.
Glen Kamara says he’s “definitely” staying at Dundee to help them pick up the wins to put their poor start to the season behind them.
Sofien Moussa’s punishment for his quickfire red card in Saturday’s 3-0 home drubbing by Ayr United in the Betfred Cup is relegation to the reserves.
A remarkable, not to mention gutsy, fightback saw Craig Easton’s young Dundee United progress in a five-goal Irn-Bru Cup thriller against St Johnstone U/21s at Tannadice last night.
It was a very small cutting which heralded a future Scottish football icon’s entry into the senior game in Scotland.
A £10 million lottery winner from Tayside has admitted drink-driving after he caused a crash while he was heading home from the pub.
Dundee host St Johnstone in a huge SPFL Premiership basement battle.
Neil McCann's feud with Tommy Wright looks set to continue after he claimed the St Johnstone boss "was not welcome" at Dens Park.
Dundee manager Neil McCann and St Johnstone goalkeeper Zander Clark have been handed two-match bans following their touchline clash.
Tommy Wright insists he is not losing sleep despite seeing Dundee's Paul McGowan knocking back the chance to join St Johnstone.
Dundee boss Neil McCann is set to be in hot water with the SFA after he appeared to strike St Johnstone’s Zander Clark following a post-match scuffle at Dens.
The goals haven’t been flowing for either Dundee or St Johnstone this season but one man who knows a thing or two about finding the net is backing the Dark Blues to come out on top today.
As a tough a run-in as you can get awaits Dundee before the Premiership split next month — first, though, they face a welcome opponent in St Johnstone.
For all their frustrating performances against teams around them, Dundee have made a welcome habit of causing a shock or two against the Premiership’s best this season.
Dundee face the toughest run of Premiership fixtures ahead of the league split with the news that the Celtic game has been rearranged.
Former St Johnstone chairman Geoff Brown has branded a decision to reject a plan to advertise on the back of one of the club’s stands as “ridiculous”.