Progress With Unity Latics Podcast No. 32: Palm Springs, Sydney, Beech Hill

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For the first time in its short and distinguished history, the Progress With Unity Podcast reaches beyond the confines of this humble town to bring you correspondence from the Commonwealth. The Western and Eastern Hemispheres are aptly represented by Adam and Tom, whose respective towns of residence in the US and Australia provide a welcome contrast to snowy Wigan for one night only.

Discussion naturally turns from the weekend’s events at Stamford Bridge to, erm… farting in lifts. No, seriously. Well, we are all in need of some light relief amidst the travails of a Premier League snake pit scrap. Thank goodness for the FA Cup, eh? The Leicester-Huddersfield tie is briefly reviewed in preparation for what promises to be another magical weekend – let’s just hope it’s in favour of Wigan.

Mid-season warm-weather training camps are also mentioned, but only because the mainstream media seem intent on branding them ‘glorified winter holidays’. We did not go so far as to mention exactly which chip paper publication has been stirring the medicine this week, because they aren’t worth it.

Contents: Chelsea review (0:00); warm weather training camps (15:40); Huddersfield preview (29:30); Barry’s big gamble (36:40); Question Time (42:00)

Progress With Unity is currently the only Wigan Athletic fan podcast on the web. If you would like to get involved or have any topics you’d like to be discussed please get in touch with Barry at wigan@vitalfootball.co.uk, marking your email PWU Podcast.

Thank you all for your Twitter questions! If you have any more, feel free to tweet us at @PWUPodcast or @JesusIsAWiganer and they shall be put to the panel on next week’s show. Don’t forget, you can also follow proceedings via the PWU iTunes and RSS pages as per usual should you so wish. Thanks for listening, and have a nice day! :)

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