Join us for a review of season 21/22 and a look at the football club as a whole as we sit down for an exclusive and wide ranging chat with ICT CEO Scot Gardiner.
We look forward to the coming campaign and talk about everything from singing sections to season tickets and pies to players, enjoy the works of Will Smith and Black Sabbath, discuss possible signings, debate the match-day experience at Caley Stadium and engagement with you, the fans, plus a bulging Mailbag, the ICT ladies, Scott Allan and John Nelms.
01:00: Summertime, Duran Duran and Andrea Bocelli, no rest for the wicked, Cool and the Gang and Black Sabbath
03:07: Season 21/22 in poetry
04:10: Why Billy Dodds? We look back at June 2021 and the appointment of Doddsy, the wealth of applications from South America, and getting Neil McCann up against a wall.
14:04: 19 points from 21. We look at the roaring start to the season through the Chief Executive's eyes
17:00: 11 Games without a win. How many games without a win is too many games? We find out the answer and discover how Doddsy survived and why we went on to almost get promotion.
21:07: He Who Shall Not Be Named. Scot's perspective on the extra curricular activities of a certain ratbag.
22:33: Arbroath 3-0, Raith 3-2, 2-0 Pars: Back on Track
25:34: The Playoffs. How Arbroath got managers the sack, Gayfield conditions, one game too far?
37:00: The New Season: In advance of the upcoming Preview Pod we discuss signings, signings and more possible signings, how do we identify players and how hard is it to attract people north.
56:45: The Matchday Experience. When we interviewed Scot two years ago he described the matchday experience as 'grim.' We address that and what needs to change.
1:09:10: Fan Engagement, the Supporters Trust, Section 94, some pod called the Wyness Shuffle, statements, and our fanbase.
1:21:17: Mailbag: The return of a bulging sack, including: the Community Complex at the IRA, Women's Football, Membership Scheme, programmes and raffle tickets, parking, active travel, Free-Ports, Concerts, Scott Allan, and John Nelms. Hi mate!
1:35: 36: BACK IN RED AND BLACK! Thoughts of an old-ish Jaggy, the Puma process, the 1972 Highland League Championship, and Dave Milroy says "About bloody time."
1:42:40: The final word from Scot.
See you for the Preview Pod!