A pathetic shopping spree

A pathetic shopping spree

If you move in certain Twitter circles then you’ll have come across The Pathetic Casuals.  Once they were young lads and lasses, touring the country in following the team they love, dressed up the nines and making sure they were seen and heard. Now, as age, parenthood, mortgages and world weariness catches up with them,

St Etienne, @WeahsCousin and fascinating facts about Burton

St Etienne, @WeahsCousin and fascinating facts about Burton

Well, two out of three ain’t bad

Yes somehow the Pie At Night crew have managed to get to 10 episodes and to celebrate we are joined by a very special guest in the form of Internet troll/prankster/sensation @WeahsCousin.

More importantly for our benefit, our guest is also a Latics fan so we manage to review the last few games leading up to the international break before moving on to more serious matters

Nothing can stop us now

Nothing can stop us now

Ten?  Ten?!? Yes, somehow we’ve managed to stumble into double figures on the episode count for “The Pie at Night Podcast”.  As we hit our decade, we find out what happens if you cross Wigan’s newest internet [cough] sensation with a true twitter sensation as we are joined by the one and only @WeahsCousin.

Episode 9 – The Reprise

Episode 9 – The Reprise

Listen to Episode 9 – Kill Will vol 4-4-2 here:

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It’s a slightly depleted crowd given the Latics sat in 24th place when this was recorded but there’s no sombre mood in evidence as Jimmy is joined by Alan and Dylan, who tell us where they’ve been on their holidays and what they’ve brought back for us.

Boots, Bakes and Backheels

Boots, Bakes and Backheels

The latest Pie At Night podcast invites former Latics player John Coyne to tell us about his time in the youth and reserves at a time shortly after Dave Whelan had taken over.

In what is a funny and revealing interview, John reveals his contract also involved him being a part time model for JJB Sports and how easy it was to clean Roberto Martinez’s boots.

Don’t Call It a Comeback

Don’t Call It a Comeback

They’re back, as again Jimmy, Chris and Ian are joined by ex-Latic John Coyne.  Recorded immediately after episode 7, the lads are blissfully unaware of the twitter storm caused by their comments on burgers and cutlery last time out and move on to discuss: John’s time at Latics and subsequent career Everton, yon Spanish mon

They were contenders

They were contenders

Rewind back to episode 5 of the podcast and not only will you find the last time we all managed to get in the same room, you’ll find us all selecting our “best local bands that nearly made it”.  The “nearly” tag knocked any thoughts of The Verve, and brought thoughts of including The Tansads and possibly even The Railway children in the mix.  Whilst the “local” tag allowed a controversial amount of leeway, with bands from St Helens, Skem and Leigh coming into consideration.

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