Friday, 26 December 2014

Progress With Unity Podcast Christmas Special - Best of 2014 (Jan-May)

Compliments of the season, podcasters! I bring you this Christmas message: Whenever the travails of supporting Wigan Athletic get you down, just think about that open top bus travelling through Beech Hill... oh wait, did I tell you that already happened? Wigan Athletic won the FA Cup, you know...

Please enjoy this compilation of funny/interesting bits from the PWU Podcast in the first half of 2014. Cheers!

Thursday, 18 December 2014

Progress With Unity Podcast #110: Watford review, Rotherham, Leeds and Bolton previews

"But I only came to wish you a Merry Christmas! And eat your flesh."

First, I have some bad news for you - this the last 'proper' PWU Podcast of the year! This means we'll be taking a 3-week Christmas break during the Wars of the Roses v. Rotherham, Leeds and Sheffield Wednesday.

But here's the good news - we have a bumper pre-Xmas special complete with mince pies, greetings cards and special guests from the hostile side of the Pennines. And maybe, just maybe, something else might be coming up before we next convene... but more about that as and when it happens.

Just try to forget the bad football and have a fantastic Christmas, podcasters.

Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Progress With Unity Podcast #109: Norwich review, Watford preview

This pic was requested by the PWU crew. Merry Christmas!

The panellists are restless - some more so than others. My bottom, for one, spent the best part of 62 long recording minutes (including the naughty bits that were cut out) shifting around in its chair. Like Latics, it struggles to find a comfortable position, and I think it might be after Christmas before it settles on a long-term resting place.

Wait, did I really just compare Wigan Athletic to my backside? Jim Royle, eat your heart out.

Around the table this week: Barry, Gareth, Rob, Adam, Mick, Dan and Paul T

Thursday, 4 December 2014

Progress With Unity Podcast #108: Sheffield Wednesday review, Norwich preview

George Formby goes sidesaddle. (c)Jorge Royan

Changing managers is like having a leg amputation: it may hurt at first, but soon you'll feel nothing. But then you realise you can't take free kicks half as well as you could, and retire to a Cornish farm to become a professional pirate. In other words, it'll all work out OK in the end, so don't worry - the Twitterati will do enough of that for you.

Around the table this week: Barry, Gareth, Adam, Mick and Paul