A short, sharp burst of Dons themed frustration for you this week as the great goal famine of 2020 enters another week. We're joined by JJ Bull to review two deflating Pittodrie encounters over the last seven days and wonder if the next pair of games, might, just might, see us find the net.
As we finally get rid of bastard January, is that also a chink of light in the footballing sky? A streetwise performance at Ibrox, and a new Latin American signing both threaten to bring a hint of sunshine to break up the gloom.
We're joined by both Michael Grant and Andrew Southwick for the main show, while we also get a scouting report on our new big money (?) signing Ronald Hernández from Norwegian football expert Ben Wells.
A week sparsely populated by joy is picked apart by Graeme Park and John Sinclair. The nigh-identical Motherwell and St Mirren borefests examined, what can Matty Kennedy bring for the next four months, and will Graeme get to wave his Dons' scarf at the SW3 on Saturday?
The first podcast of the new year looks back to the closing matches of 2019, ahead to the duds/superstars that will be joining in the January transfer window, and casts an eye on initiatives the club are trialling for the Dumbarton cup tie.
Thom Watt brings the coal and shortbread to first-foot us.
Off the pitch: a chat with Jason Longshore of Atlanta radio station 92.9 The Game about the freshly announced 'Strategic Partnership' between the Dons and Atlanta United. On the pitch: a tousy afternoon at Perth, we question whether the chance of victory was compromised by overly defensive substitutes?
Also a chat with one of our guests, Denis Law Streetsport volunteer Lewis Walker, about the grand opening of their new Cruyff Court in Aberdeen and what the Streetsport team are doing in some of the more disadvantaged areas of the city. Martin Ingram from The Red Final also joins - a new edition of the fanzine is out on Saturday!
We briefly reflect on the return to goalscoring form against Ross County, say farewell to Stevie May, and chat about the progress of the AFC Women's team before we verbally wrestle for the right to get our favourites into the Dons side of the 21st Century.
With John Sinclair and Mark Gordon.