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Talking about the end to #DAFC's beautiful relationship involving Faissal El Bakhtaoui and the aftermath to follow.

Listen here: The One where the Pars celebrate

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Transfer review.
Dunfermline Athletic seasonal predictions.
Dumbarton preview.

 

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Last chance for this:

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Listen here: The Absolute Game

Talking about the weird and wonderful game against Dumbarton before a look at the long awaited return to Easter Road.
 
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Dumbarton review.
Hibernian preview.
Aaron's Predictions.

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Listen here: Out of Town
 
Talking about Jason Cummings' cheeky antics and hopefully looking forward to giving Gary Locke's (Ken?!?) Kirkcaldy outfit a real doing.
 
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Hibernian review.
Irn-Bru Cup draw news.
Raith Rovers preview.
 

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Listen here: Scared to Dance

Talking about Gary Locke (Ken?!?) getting one over on Allan Johnston. Then, while Gavin Skelton's sister Helen was enjoy Rio, he was preparing his Doonhamers side to face #DAFC at East End Park, and we will tell you what you need to know about them.

Running Order:
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Queen of the South preview.

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To be fair its not awful. And its obviously researched to some degree to know Lyndon Dykes came from Surfers Paradise Apollo (which is an Australian level 2 or 3 club incidentally). Which makes the left field assertion that Syephen Dobbie is from Dumfries and started his career with us after leaving Rangers youths all the more bizarre! He is from Glasgow and played for Hibs, St Johnstone and Dumbarton (Loan) before he ever came near us fyi. He did however turn his career round in two and a half years with us from being a slightly overweight striker drifting downwards to being an near unplayable talent who went on to make the English Championship playoff final four years running and even managed a few appearances in the Premiership.

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7 hours ago, Skyline Drifter said:

To be fair its not awful. And its obviously researched to some degree to know Lyndon Dykes came from Surfers Paradise Apollo (which is an Australian level 2 or 3 club incidentally). Which makes the left field assertion that Syephen Dobbie is from Dumfries and started his career with us after leaving Rangers youths all the more bizarre! He is from Glasgow and played for Hibs, St Johnstone and Dumbarton (Loan) before he ever came near us fyi. He did however turn his career round in two and a half years with us from being a slightly overweight striker drifting downwards to being an near unplayable talent who went on to make the English Championship playoff final four years running and even managed a few appearances in the Premiership.

You mean they read the transfers thread pinned on this forum?

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12 minutes ago, Poet of the Macabre said:

That would be researched "to some degree" no?

:lol:

I guess so

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2 hours ago, Mr X said:

You mean they read the transfers thread pinned on this forum?

That was the implication of my "some degree" remark, yes. But even limiting research to this forum it wouldn't have taken much reading to also establish Dobbie had been to several clubs before us.

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Yes, apologies. I had not remembered that Stephen Dobbie had a poor spell at St Johnstone, and I was sure at the time of recording that he went to Hibernian from Queen of the South. Thanks, for listening though.

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Listen here: A wee Bovril
 
Talking about Derek Lyle (the most sun kissed man in Dumfries) putting #DAFC to the sword then thankfully covering a week off league business and a trip up to Glebe Park, Angus for the third round of the Irn-Bru Cup.
 
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Queen of the South review.
Brechin City preview.

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Listen here: A French Moroccan
 
Talking about #DAFC getting back to winning ways in the "prestigious" Irn-Bru Cup and the debut of new signings before the return to league business. Hopefully, Ray Mackinnon's men do not terrorise the Pars once again. Then a laugh about the referee that helped Scotland to a 5-1 win, and ending with a new feature.
 
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Brechin City review.
Dundee United preview.
Scotland v Malta.
Trivial Parsuit.

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Listen here: Broken Records

Talking about #DAFC's worst league run in just about five years, and the early basement battle against the Buddies.

Running Order:
St Mirren preview.

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Listen here: Football, bloody hell!

Talking about #DAFC being on the tele, and what problems Ian McCall's side present before the game next Saturday.

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St Mirren review.
This week in Pars history.
Ayr United preview.

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Listen here: Blood and Soil

Talking about #DAFC's struggles and recapping what went wrong in the first quarter and why it seems it is not getting any better at present.

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First quarter recap.
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