Monthly Archive:: November 2012

Progress With Unity Podcast No. 19: On location at Wigan v Man City

After the rip-roaring success of the PWU Podcast‘s previous on location edition, it would have been daft not to wheel the portable studio (pictured) down to Robin Park for Wigan’s next midweek home game.

Wigan 0-2 Man City: No fate

Poor Jordi Gomez. Never before has a Wigan Athletic player been so devastating in a half of football and received such negative attention. Relatively few have achieved the oh-so-rare feat that is a Latics

Wigan 3-2 Reading: Happy Birthday, Mr Whelan

No, I will not do it. I won’t mention you know what again, even though that’s pretty much all I could think about going into this afternoon’s game. And would you like to know

Progress With Unity Podcast No. 18: Liverpool post-mortem, Reading preliminaries

It isn’t pleasant to lose, but at least it gives you plenty to discuss in the pub afterwards. This week’s PWU Podcast comes not from the local boozer, but its regular location somewhere East

Liverpool 3-0 Wigan: Divine Providence

This time twelve months ago, Wigan were just emerging from a series of results that would destine most teams to relegation. Is it testament to Roberto Martinez that his team not only survived the

Progress With Unity Podcast No. 17: West Brom ruminations, Liverpool reminiscence

Perhaps the Progress With Unity Podcast‘s most appealing factor is its participants’ tendency to embark upon journeys of nostalgia that lead to endless tales of seasons past. Of course, you could class this as

Wigan 1-2 West Brom: Reality check

Ambling towards the DW Stadium this afternoon, there was a noticeable buzz that gradually increased in intensity the closer I got to those prominent white arches on the Wigan skyline. And no, I’m not