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  1. 2 points
    Absolutely top marks for the excellent, interesting, honest & revealing interview. I have run oot o' likes early today (overdid it yesterday & this morning, wi' awe meh birthday thanks, and now nothing left in my quota) If I had, I'd be sharing them equally between yourself & Dario Bonetti. Dario deserves much praise there, for his honest & full answers. But each of your well thought out & presented questions & answers, are a big lesson for anyone on how to approach a discussion or interview situation. Very Well Done. I will no' at this time go into the content of this interview ... it's there for all to...
  2. 1 point
    Great stuf from great player (Asking the right questions the right way, helps as weel)...Well Done again UWTB. (Getting to Dundee games was near impossible at that time. But the final was one game I did make) Braw Memories
  3. 1 point
    Young Scottish talent. Better keep your eyes off our Cammy please
  4. 1 point
    Quality Interview & Quality Memories & Quality Player ... Thank you UWTB Dundee FC ... Dundee's Premiership Club ... The Mighty Dark Blues
  5. 1 point
    Great interview,really nice guy. Julian became a Christian when Jaun was at the club. I am an Anglo 'dee and remember the game against United when Jaun got his hatrick. I was listening to the game on my ropey radio and the commentator saying what an awful foul it was and hearing the anger being vent by the Dundee fans towards I thinkJason de Vos I think.
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