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Best afcherewego podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best afcherewego podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The Dons ended a dominant decade as they'd started it, by picking up silverware. We look back to that memorable double cup winning season of 1989-90 in the company of one of Britain's best football journalists, getting the chance to talk about his true footballing love, Jonathan Northcroft, and the man who slotted home the winning penalty at Hampde…
 
On the 40th anniversary of one of the great come-from-behind title wins we look back to a season that went from losing cup finals and dissent written on the walls of Pittodrie, to delirium in the sunshine of Easter Road. We're joined by a member of that title-winning squad, and latterly Dons Assistant Manager, Willie Garner; the man who has written…
 
There's usually a lag between recording these and getting them out. Can be just a few hours, can be a day or two. Sometimes elements get overtaken by events, with the enormity of what's been happening pretty much the whole context of this show was overtaken. However, we had great guests in Paul Harper and Terry McDermott so, in addition to some cha…
 
In the absence of live football, we're pulling in some of our brilliant guests to look back at some memorable Dons' seasons of the past. They won't all be trophy-laden affairs, and this one certainly wasn't. With Cameron Hobbs and Mark Elrick we untangle the many conflicting feels around Ebbe Skovdahls's first shambolic, yet well-remembered season …
 
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 …
 
Doubling up on top guests for you this week as both Ben Palmer and JJ Bull are with us to assess the balance of power in the tie with Chikhura Sachkhere, the continuing misadventures of Stevie May, and an SPFL opener with Hearts that isn't really being hotly anticipated for some (Craig Levein based) reason. Listen; subscribe; tell a friend about us…
 
Is the RoPS tie on a knife edge, or is a perfectly safe, flat surface from which we'll make comfortable progress? Martyn, Richard and Lewis Walker of Dons blog What A Stramash try to answer. Also in this week's show: new deals for the management, and batting away a Hibs challenge for the signing of Funso Ojo like one might a mosquito in Northern Fi…
 
Season five of Dons-centered drivel comin' atcha, may the Lord have mercy on all of us. Helping raise the bar above the abject mediocrity of the hosts this week is Shona Duthie who helps us run the rule on the Summer signings that have pitched up at Pittodrie, as well as looking ahead to the Europa League opener on Thursday against RoPS Rovaniemi o…
 
A bumper close-season special featuring sage, pro-bono advice from Simon Catto, and nuggets of retweetable but disposable wisdom from the Twitter-famous Martyn Clunes; The best, and worst, signings of the Derek McInnes years ranked. Laugh, cry and think 'who the hell was that guy' as we run down the best and worst of the players coming through Pitt…
 
Going the full 90 minutes this week as build up to a pivotal afternoon at Hampden. Derek Rae and Thom Watt are with us to look back on the last burst of SPFL action before the split, discuss Derek's Bundesliga 2 experiences in Aberdeen's twin city of Regensburg and, of course, preview the Semi-Final against Celtic. We also have a blether with Graha…
 
With Michael Grant we cover more dropped Pittodrie points, a new deal for Lewis Ferguson and whether it's time for the club to move on from players who probably won't be here next season. Then, in the first of an irregular series, we look back at a memorable season - 1994-95 - where it wasn't silverware being celebrated come May, but league surviva…
 
After a Scottish Cup weekend that threatened to get very messy, but saw the Dons emerge into the Quarter Finals, we're joined by Shona Duthie and Cameron Hobbs to praise McGinn, question GMS, and admire that Stephen Dobbie goal (but only from the safety of a 4-1 win). With a line-up of American Football aficionados, we also asked 'Which NFL team ar…
 
Loads to talk about in a productive week for the Dons on the pitch, not quite so in the transfer market. We look back on wins at Stenhousemuir and Hibs, look ahead to a potentially pivotal clash at Pittodrie on Wednesday, discuss whether we would be in a title chase with a win, and, most importantly of all, praise the Ochilview broth & find out whe…
 
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