Window Dressing

Window Dressing

So the window is slammed shut once more, although I always struggle with that metaphor. What sort of window is open continuously for 4 months a year, then stays closed for 4 months, then opens again for a month in the freezing winter and then stays shut again for another 4 months? Not to mention, hardly anything trickles through the window for months and then on the last day we try to cram everything through it.

Prosecco and Pie

Prosecco and Pie

Welcome to the thirtieth episode of The Pie at Night, in which Jimmy, Alan and Ian offer a welcome return to Chris and brave payday in the Royal Oak to try and record a podcast, and survive.   Amongst the prosecco fueled crowd, the lads get underway by tasting the squirrel pie that Jimmy told

Age of Consent

Age of Consent

It’s been a while, it feels like ages, but the Pie at Night is back with a podcast recorded, cleverly, just before a game, just to make sure we end up looking like idiots. Ravaged by the three pronged evils of taking your kids to the game, man-flu and having to drive from Yorkshire, the three musketeers; Jimmy, Alan and Dylan try to whip up the spirits of the last time they recorded before a game, triple handedly securing Will Grigg’s last league goal and victory against Wolves.

Why Always Us?

Why Always Us?

If you work for Wigan Athletic, don’t even think of asking for annual leave on 31st January. Ever. I can’t decide whether it’s great planning or terrible planning that we always seem to have so many ins and outs on deadline day but we can certainly have no complaints that it’s boring.

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