This week the panel discuss what went wrong for Aberdeen in their 3-2 loss at St Mirren as they extended their winless run to eight games. Will Stephen Glass drop Joe Lewis for this weekend's first clash of the season with struggling Celtic? Plus, Sophie Goodwin gives an update on Aberdeen Women's super SWPL1 start, we talk through the positives (and negatives) from Ross County's defeat at Motherwell, determined Inverness' continued Championship run, as well as Cove, Peterhead and Elgin's lower league fortunes.
Lots of shots - so why can’t Aberdeen score? Has David Bates shown he can be the answer to Dons‘ defensive vulnerability?
This week, after Aberdeen’s winless run extended to seven games against St Johnstone, we discuss why the goals have dried up for the likes of Christian Ramirez, and just how ex-Red Stevie May managed to get the ball in the Dons' net. Ross County keep feelgood factor going as slightly more favourable fixtures arrive. Could Ashley Maynard-Brewer be their new no.1 goalkeeper? Plus, Inverness happy to stay unbeaten in Championship at Dunfermline, Peterhead’s lack of cutting edge costs them against local rivals Cove, and Elgin need to start catching up in League Two.
A Highland charge to the top of the Championship, Aberdeen’s current malaise and the battle for the north-east between Peterhead and Cove Rangers
In this week’s episode, the panel discuss Caley Thistle’s superb start to the season, with five wins from five taking them to the top of the Championship. There’s also Ross County striving to find their best 11, while Aberdeen struggle to find a way out of their six-game winless run. The Dons women, however, are in buoyant mood after picking up their first SWPL1 victory and we turn our attention to Balmoor, where Peterhead and Cove Rangers renew old rivalries.
This week, with the international break behind us and the Dons set to come back with renewed purpose and ready for three winnable games to close out September, we ask: what is Stephen Glass’ best 11 now? Meanwhile, what does success looks like for Aberdeen Women in SWPL1?
Plus, like Aberdeen, Ross County will be looking to come back from two weeks of training with their huge cohort of new boys fully bedded into the squad.
Of course, our lower league teams kept playing and there’s plenty to reflect on from the SPFL Trust Trophy and talk through ahead of the weekend’s league action, including Inverness making 10 changes and still winning, Cove’s availability issues, Peterhead’s ongoing funk and Elgin’s chance to be the first team to beat Kelty Hearts.