Proud To Be An Arab
Now that would be telling!
I now reside in Dundee, but I regret to say that I have also lived in 'Weegie' Land and Fife.
How Long Have You Been An Arab:
Since I was 4 or 5 years old.
When living in Glasgow I used to say - "Why not? Everyone in Dundee seems to support one of the Old Firm sides, I`m just trying to redress the balance!"
I think my first United game was against Dunfermline at Tannadice, which might even have been called off half way through.
The 4-0 victory over Aberdeen at Tannadice on New Years day 1997, or the 3-2 win over St Johnstone to keep us in the SPL.
1-0 defeat to Dumbarton at Boghead, during our season in the 1st division.
Gary McSwegan's late strike against Celtic at Tannadice.
McSwegan got the ball at the edge of the penalty box just into injury time and took a shot, which deflected off a defender and looped over Stewart Kerr in the Celtic goal to seal a 1-0 win.
Has to be the 1994 Scottish Cup Final victory over Rangers.
When St Johnstone went 2-0 up at McDirmid Park, just as Saint Mirren went 2-1 up over Aberdeen at Love Street.
Listening to the Celtic supporters at the 2-1 defeat at Tannadice on the last day of the 1998/99, which was also Sieb Dijkstra's last game with United.
The Celtic supporters in the Shed were singing "Bring On The Porn Star" & "I'd rather be a hairbrush than a Combe", before giving Sieb Dijsktra a standing ovation when he was subbed on for Alan Combe......it was a rare hint that some Old Firm supporters might be human after all!!!
Andy McLaren, Billy McKinlay, Paul Sturrock, Christian Dailly and Craig Brewster...