Here at Mudhutter, we’ve just about sobered up to produce the goods again and we’re hoping the lads on the pitch can do the same for the last two games. And with that, we are proud to announce that our latest edition is hitting the streets this weekend *sound of boxes thudding on the floor*.
In this issue, we take a more in-depth look at the possible ramifications of a takeover and whether it will actually happen. Plus we questions the merits of a loyalty scheme and get all X Factor over our terrace chants. Les Bagg is on fine form, bringing us right up to date with current games and there’s a look at just what makes Wigan Athletic so unique.
Elsewhere, there’s a not so glowing review of going fishing, dangerous theme parks and some ace cartoons, plus all the usual regular features. Well, most of them. We’ve got 40 pages of love, lingering and laughter to bring to you priced, as ever, at just £2.00.
We will be selling at the game tomorrow in the usual spots and it will also be plonked in our stockists later today including Waterstones, Sparks, Mesnes Road News, Wigan Central, The Brickmakers, Northern Beer Temple and probably one or two other places I’ve forgotten already.
Alternatively, you can buy a copy online here: https://mudhutter.co.uk/produc
Once again, we’d like to thank everyone who has bought or contributed to the Mudhutter again this season and we’ll see you in August!You can find the latest episode of the Pie at Night Podcast on ITunes, on Stitcher or by searching for us in your favourite podcast App. You could also pop along to our AudioBoom site where you can find all our episodes. Or you could just use the player below. Give it a go, we might go on a bit, but you might enjoy it.