Thursday, 26 September 2013
An extremely busy week for the Progress With Unity Podcast regulars has seen them clock up a combined total of almost four miles. I'm not sure what happened to the other 500 or so, probably still riding around aimlessly on one of those 2 Euro Bruges buses.
Back in the croissant-less U.S. of K, Wigan's equally arduous trip to Robin Park was sweetened by an unexpected 2-0 victory. We shall gloss over the performance, and indeed the glorified friendly at the COMS on Tuesday evening in favour of an in-depth look at this weekend's contest with Watford.
In Beech Hill Book Cycle this week: Barry, Rob, Gareth, Dan, Paul K, Greg, Paul T and Mick.
Wednesday, 18 September 2013
Ready for blastoff? Good, because Wigan Athletic's mission to Europa begins this week, and the Progress With Unity team --and Belgian correspondent Bart Lagae-- are on hand to discuss how utterly exciting the whole thing is. Also in this edition: a look back at Leicester plus a fleeting mention for the forthcoming Ipswich game.
In Beech Hill Book Cycle this week: Barry, Mick, Dan and Paul T
I am the King of the Divan!
Thursday, 12 September 2013
Welcome back to the Progress With Unity Podcast. I trust you all had a good week's rest ahead of the return of domestic football this Saturday. Actually there *has* been football but *I* chose not to watch it because I value my free time... Ooh, too harsh? Well, after seeing 'highlights' of the England game, probably not.
This edition covers the forthcoming Leicester game plus a look back on the Wigan 10k, attended by Emmerson Boyce et al.
Around the table this week: Barry, Greg, Gareth, Mick, Rob, Paul T and Dan.
PS. Whoever correctly guesses next week's farmyard animal wins a prize! Answers on a postcard...
Thursday, 5 September 2013
The Progress With Unity team bid a fond farewell to James McCarthy, who this week joined the flock down the road at Everton. Forest is also on the agenda, and the quality of Football League referees is called into question again... wait, didn't I write the exact same thing last week? This is indeed a worrying theme. :P
In PWU Studio 3 this week: Barry, Paul, Dan, Rob and Gareth