This week, there's reaction to the news Caley Thistle boss John Robertson has stepped down from his position for an indefinite period following a family bereavement, with the Inverness board set to secure a temporary replacement for a busy run of Championship matches. We also go over Ross County's Premiership win over Celtic and its effect on their league prospects, as well as asking what Aberdeen can learn ahead of their clash with the Hoops at the weekend.
Aberdeen’s Q&A own goal amid miserable scoring drought, and weather-affected Caley Thistle suffer double-injury hammer blow
This week we discuss Aberdeen's goal drought as they near a club-record run without netting. We delve into the decision by Dons chairman Dave Cormack to announce a fan question and answer session at such a high-pressure moment, before postponing it, much to the Red Army's fury, days later. There's also reaction to the news two of Caley Thistle's attackers, including their most recent signing, have been hit by injury.
How Aberdeen save their season, Ross County should still have hope and reaction after League One and Two restart plan knocked back
This week, we debate how Aberdeen get out of their current slump after the board gave its backing to boss Derek McInnes. There's also a hopeful discussion of Ross County's perilous plight down the bottom of the Premiership. Plus, Callum Law takes us through the lower league and Highland League reaction after the SFA announced clubs below the Championship will have to wait even longer to return to action. Could the ruling spell the end of this season's Scottish Cup?
In this week's episode, the panelists react to Aberdeen's blockbuster transfer deadline day, which saw them bring in three strikers. Does this mean they smell at opportunity to overhaul Celtic and exorcise the demons of January inaction in 2016? We also discuss Ross Stewart's prospects at Sunderland after leaving Ross County, and whether Caley Thistle will utilise the loan market to aid their bid for promotion from the Championship.