This week, Tele sports reporters Calum Woodger, Sean Hamilton and Marc Deanie discuss the latest from Dundee United’s manager search, the position of John Nelms at Dundee, and ask if Andy Robertson can lead Scotland back to a major tournament.
The Tele boys discuss Robbie Neilson’s surprise departure from Dundee United, Hearts’ legal action against the SPFL, and Dundee’s finances.
The Courier and Tele crew – including columnists Jim Spence and Lee Wilkie – discuss an astonishing 24 hours that saw Robbie Neilson leave Dundee United for Hearts. And we’d love to hear what you think of the news and the future for the club too – ring 01382 575520 to leave a voicemail for us!
Sean Hamilton and Graeme Finnan are joined by Northern Goal presenter Ryan Cryle to discuss the battle between Dundee United and Aberdeen for Jonny Hayes’ signature, while, over at Dens Park, frustration mounts as Championship purgatory bites.
This week the Tele Sport team try – with mixed success – to unravel where things are at in Scottish football and what it means for Dundee and Dundee United. Usual bletherers George Cran and Graeme Finnan were joined by Sean Hamilton stepping in to fill the boots of Calum Woodger to talk about our twa teams. Listen and enjoy!
The Tele crew are joined by striker Simon Murray to talk over his time at Tannadice and who was a doughnut at Dens Park, plus a bit of Arbroath, Hibs and South Africa thrown in for good measure! Wrap your lugs around it. Or it around your lugs. Either way – enjoy!
The Tele lads are joined by former Dundee United defender Sean Dillon as he discusses posing as André the Giant, 2010 Scottish Cup memories, and success with Montrose.
The boys are joined by a former colleague Tom Duthie to discuss the forthcoming Jim McLean book, and the madness of Ivano and Dario Bonetti’s time at Dens Park. You can get 15% off the book too, whether as a present for yourself, a pal, or just to troll the Dee in your life. No matter who you’re buying for, just enter the code LEGEND at checkout at https://www.dcthomsonshop.co.uk/ – valid till Sunday 31 May 2020.