No, how’s YOUR new year’s resolution to get back on the writing horse going? Well, I’m late. Three weeks since the turn of the year, 21 one days (nearly) since that season turning victory at Birmingham and two hundred and seventy minutes of turgid, energy sapping, inexplicably rubbish football since there was even a chink […]
What a great big f***ing mess. A lesson in how not to run and manage a football club at the moment, seemingly. Now let’s get this straight, sport in general – and football in particular – is the most difficult industry out there. It’s the place where level-headed businessmen and women lose their heads. It’s […]
I was going to let it lie but I feel the need to say my piece. Last night, social media was an angry place. I get it, our record is appalling and whereas I have never been one to scream for a manager’s head, it is beyond any rationale that Paul Cook still has a […]
Welcome to the podcast that is marginally more appealing than rats hung up at a service station. We sum up our Christmas cheer, before suggesting some helpful New Year’s Resolutions that Paul Cook might like to adopt. Following that, we begin to discuss THE FOOTBALL. And yes it is grim as you like, with one […]
Welcome to Episode 66 of the Podcast in which Jimmy, Alan, Chris and Luke talk around the elephant in the room waiting for someone to scream “COOK OUT”. There’s New Year’s resolutions. Made up stats, TV and Brexit flavoured train tapas. Oh, and V… A… effin R. Of course there’s way too much football. You […]
In which Jimmy, Alan, Chris and Ian vie for your votes, in more than one way. We catch up on all things Latics, as well as allowing us some flights in the cause of #content. We really do need to get back to the pub.
In which Jimmy, Alan and Ian chat shit for hours (ish) whilst Chris catches 40 winks in his Yorkshire bolthole. As well as catching up with the international week and all things Latics, we finish off our chat with Mark Hayes as he runs through his time as Ashton Town chairman.
Breaking our mould and getting a podcast out that’s both topical and shorter than the length of your average commute! What’s next for The Pie at Night, an episode without recording issues? Nah, that’s too much to ask. Join Jimmy, Alan, Chris and Ian as they catch up on the Charlton game and look ahead […]
Wigan Athletic have played five games since that opening day victory against Cardiff and in the process have lost all five conceding ten goals in the process – not a good record whichever way you dress it up. I think there was a sea change on Saturday following that second half capitulation at Loftus Road. […]
Just think, in a couple of years, when the Northern Powerhouse has sorted itself out and Northern Trains have managed to how to run a rail service, Leeds will just be up the road. It’ll be easier to get there than Leigh. But for now, it’s not. In fact, it’s way too much of a […]