Gary and Danny make the most of the international Braes – I mean, break – by enjoying a home victory over Arbroath, mulling over our defensive shift, praising Dorrans and trying to work out what to do with our strikers, before going over our Top 3 worst ever signings (spoiler alert: we ended up just naming loads of people.)
Gary, Danny and Ryan finally get around to covering a few mediocre results for the ‘Dee, as well as looking afresh at our squad and recognising it’ll be a long, hard season…
Nobody ever said supporting Dundee was easy….
This is a mercifully short monologue from Gary following the derby defeat at Tannadice. We’ll be back in the future with a more in-depth pod next week – surely we can’t slip up in the Tunnock’s, can we?
Ryan, Danny and Grant discuss the scrappy goalless draw at home to Inverness Caledonian Thistle. We then preview a massive game on Friday evening and share our favourite derby moments.
Gary, Danny and Grant sit down to try and work out how we lost to Aberdeen before mulling over the Caley game and what remains to be done in the transfer market. (This was recorded before Josh McPake was announced…)
Gary and Danny wax lyrical about Hemmings, mull over potential other transfer targets, breathe a sigh of relief post-Ayr and get optimistic about the BetFred Cup tie against Aberdeen.
Gary is joined by Grant and Danny for the first proper podcast of the season. After giving kneejerk opinions on our new signings, we talk formations, the Dunfermline debacle, and look forward to Ayr.
A summer without football has cleansed our palate ahead of the 2019/20 promotion push. Unfortunately, it’s also resulted in everybody going off on holiday, so this is just a quick 10 minute summer recap/season preview from Gary before we return properly next week. Enjoy!
Gary, Grant, Ryan and Danny get together to celebrate the arrival of James McPake and Jimmy Nicholl, and “look forward” to preparing for a return to the Championship and the BetFred Cup.
Gary and Ryan get together to bid a “fond” farewell to Jim McIntyre and discuss Dundee’s managerial options.