Gary, Grant and Danny return to rake over the coals of two bouts of last minute heartbreak, be cautiously optimistic about new signings and be recklessly confident about our chances against Livi.
Gary and Ryan are joined by podcast debutant Al as the pod reawakens from a festive slumber. We take a whirlwind tour through the ins and outs at Dens before dipping into the latest storm over club shares and then collectively convincing each other this is the year we lift the Scottish Cup (spoiler alert: it won’t be.)
Gary, Grant and Danny bask in the glory of a two-game unbeaten run, and take the opportunity to dole out some praise to the older heads in the squad as well as admiring the back to basics approach we’ve adopted. We turn our attention to our fellow relegation candidates and hear about why one podcaster was fatshamed by an Accies midfielder…
Gary and Danny sit down to rake over the coals of the Motherwell game, look at McIntyre’s emerging preferences, discuss a few of our long-service players and then make a plea ahead of the St Mirren game.
Gary, Grant and Danny are back to dissect the “performance” against Hearts, debate how much time McIntyre will need to sort out the squad, and touch on the now-defunct debate on whether to Dodds or not to Dodds.
Join Gary, Grant and Danny as they go over the Kilmarnock game and agree that focusing on the winning penalty doesn’t tell half the story. The trio also wearily discuss McCann’s future *again* before moaning about ticket prices breaching the £30 barrier.
We won! We won a game of football! Join Gary, Danny and Ryan in disbelief as they go over a victory against Accies, before delving into listeners’ questions about the new stadium, McCann’s future, and whether or not Lewis Spence is a dumpling.
Gary is joined by Danny and Ryan to pick over the bones of yet another insipid defeat. The trio analyse where we keep going wrong and wonder just what it will take for a change of manager to take place.
We’ve all dreamed of pulling on the dark blue of Dundee, and for one of us, the Deefiant season presented the ultimate opportunity. In this podcast, Craig Robertson tells podcast regular Grant all about how the chance to turn out for the Dees came about and his memories of the 2010/11 season. Following on from a piece carried in Nutmeg Magazine and the Guardian, it’s not to be missed.
We’ll be back next week after our inevitable joyless home defeat to Hibs, but in the meantime, if you have any questions, suggestions for future features or discussion points,get in touch with the show on Twitter @provieroadpod or e-mail the show: email@example.com .
After an international break hiatus, the usual trio of Gary, Grant and Danny are back to mull over our deadline day deals, bid a fond farewell to Craig “the DAB slayer” Wighton, and to “look forward” to a trip to Ibrox.