The seeds of apprehension planted last week are beginning to sprout into saplings of nervousness. After such a devastating weekend, can you blame us? But spirits are relatively high considering Wigan’s current situation – maybe it’s gallows humour, or the knowledge that we could be just a few minutes from glorious, glorious Wigan time at any given moment. Remember Newcastle this time last year?
There’s nothing like a good joke at the expense of our German cousins to lighten the mood. And with due respect to Paul, his joke was nothing like a good German joke. It was better than anything I could offer, however, so I maybe I should shut the heck up. Nah, can’t see that happening as us bloggers love the sound of our own keyboards being hammered.
I admit the first bout of phone interference was probably my fault, but please forgive this momentary lapse in concentration (because there are no doubt worse to come). By the way, I hope you enjoy these weekly ‘behind the scenes’ insights into the PWU podcast recordings. Better than if I just said ‘here’s the podcast, listen to it now’, eh? Nope? I’ll crawl back to me corner, then.
Contents: Manchester City review, again (2:10); West Ham review (7:56); the relegation scrap rages on (14:00); Tottenham preview (20:30); Wembley tickets – have you got yours? (41:00)
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Speaking of which, I’ve been away from t’internet for a few days. Did I miss much? To catch up, I might head over to the @PWUPodcast Twitter account after I’ve cleared my living room of breakable objects in preparation for Saturday evening. I ain’t looking forward to the weekend. *Winces*
On the bright side, this recent goal drought is somewhat unwarranted and somebody is gonna pay sooner or later. It could be Spurs. Thanks for listening, ‘Ticsmen (and women).
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