The manager of the Dutch national team is the latest high-profile figure to support Thurso Football Academy's youth coaching efforts.
Wick assistant manager Michael Gray has urged Highland League officials to fit as many midweek dates as possible into the early part of next season.
Pentland United's Michael Gray says playing summer football in Caithness will be "a pointless exercise" if Covid-19 restrictions keep spectators out.
Another delay to the Highland League is the main topic of discussion on this week's episode, with the team assessing what the news means for clubs.
The Highland League and all other lower-division football in Scotland will remain on pause until at least next month.
The sports team cover ICT and Ross County's week, as well as discussing the cancellation of the Highland Cross, boxing and more.
Wick Academy chairman Pat Miller reckons the 2020/21 campaign can still be played to a conclusion, even if it means carrying on well into May.
Former Elgin City hitman Craig Gunn is tipping his old club to secure their first promotion in 21 years of Scottish League football.
Wick's Craig Gunn reckons that clubs can look forward to a boost in attendances when the Highland League finally emerges from Covid-19 restrictions.
Plans are in place for a showpiece fundraising match this summer between Thurso firefighters and a team of ex-Rangers stars – Covid-19 permitting.
The sports team return to talk about the latest sporting developments, featuring plenty of football chat including NCL and Highland League updates.
It has been a stop-start campaign for Davie Allan and his Wick Academy team-mates, but he says: "Hopefully next season we'll be in a better place.”