Progress With Unity Wigan Athletic Podcast No. 43: Sea you on the other side (of the relegation zone?)

On the beach

Whelan: “No holidays until you win three games!”

I don’t normally apologise for my post title puns but in this case I shall make an exception, because that one was bad enough to make you choke on your early evening prawn sandwiches. Much like the first goal on Saturday, then.

As you might expect from a weekly Latics podcast, the Tottenham game is covered in minute detail, from the (non-)impact of Gareth Bale to Callum McManaman’s progression as a Premier League player.

After some of the usual griping, it’s time for the PWU panellists to get on their soapbox and rant because the end of the season draws near! West Brom and Swansea – two gargantuan games that could decide the fate of Wigan Athletic in the 2012-13 Premier League campaign. But then you did not need me or any other wannabe mainstream journalist to tell you that.

Just take a deep breath and keep all your digits crossed, guys.

Contents

Tottenham review (0:00); West Brom preview (28:00); Swansea preview (40:00); Wemb… oh wait, best not mention that until next week.

Get involved!

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.

A friendly word of advice: bookmark the PWU iTunes and RSS pages so you don’t miss next week’s simply unmissable episode. Not that I can see into the future or anything, but there’s going to be heated debate whatever happens in the coming seven days. Will Latics remain in the Premier League this time next week? Ooh, the tension is excruciating.

New!!!!: the Progress With Unity app. Exciting eh? I wouldn’t have included so many exclamation marks otherwise. If you’re interested, there’s more info here.

Yes, made it through this whole post without mentioning the c*p f*nal! Oh, screw it…

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