If you didn’t sleep straight through the last 24 hours, you’ll already be well aware that there were a number of new faces parachuted into the DW Stadium yesterday, all joining up with Warren Joyce’s bunch of merry men… For many of you, there will have been plenty of scratching of heads and mumbling “…never bloody […]
Hello again Steevl Urmack here, PieAtNight’s resident (very amateur) music journalist… Following on from yesterday’s hip-hip/soul/jazz heavy section of my favourite albums of the year, today I thought it only fair that I give you some white boys with guitars. Because as we all know, just like middle aged white men are vastly underrepresented in the world of […]
Here at The Pie At Night, we thought we’d give you a bit of a treat by naming some of our favourite albums of the year… Now we’re not saying these are THE best albums of the year, they are just some that have tickled our fancy over the last 12 months; some you might […]
As it’s the season of goodwill to all men (and women – we’re not Malky Mackay!) we decided to spoil you all with two Sixy Talk’s in a week. We got in touch with Alex, from Newcastle United fanzine True Faith to get the low down on (still) the biggest club in the North East.
“His name is Andy Lyons, football’s just a branch of science…” …is how the old terrace chant used to go, but when is football not a branch of science? When it’s busy being an art form, that’s when and if anyone knows a thing or two about mixing football and art, it’s Art of […]
With Saturday’s game against Sheffield Wednesday on the horizon, we’ve been turning our minds to things that would be worth going to Sheffield for, even if you didn’t want to pay £33 to get into a football match. Chris pointed us in the direction of one of Sheffield’s less expected landmarks and this article that […]
Ever have them dreams where you were born in another era? Or are maybe transported back there like Marty McFly in Back To The Future? I have a couple; in one I’m born in 1960 so that I’m just hitting my formative years as a late teenager at the height of punk. I’m at THAT […]
Today, it is 3 weeks since we woke up to find snow on the ground in April. This wouldn’t necessarily have been a problem if it wasn’t the very same day a group of 14 of us were cycling from the DW Stadium to Bloomfield Road, the day before Wigan Athletic were to (unofficially) win […]