Progress With Unity: One large waffle.
Be it for reasons good or bad, there is one name that seems to crop up week after week on the Progress With Unity Podcast. I’m not talkin’ ’bout Mr Ref Ree, whomever he may be, I’m talking ’bout Jeen. Or to be more precise, Shortsman‘s preferred left wing utility player Jean Beausejour – and that’s pronounced ‘John’, I think.
If you chopped up every edition of the podcast from this season and picked out the bits about Beausejour, you’d have… a rather short compilation. Oh dear, the JWAW bandwagon is advancing slowly down a dark back alley here, so I’d best bring the conversation back to the familiar territory of phantom yellow cards and meat-filled pastries.
Oh, and before you hit the start button for this hour (and five minutes) of power, JWAW would like to take this opportunity to welcome Grant Holt back to first team action. Hi, Grant! All that practising on FIFA14 served you well for last Sunday, even if the FA Not-So-Dubious Goals Panel cruelly stole your goal away from you. Ask Tommy Spurr, he’ll tell you he doesn’t want it!
Warning: This edition contains a potentially NSFW joke! Wonderful incentive to listen to the end, that…
Contents: Maribor review (1:45); extended Blackburn ramble (18:08); Roger Espinoza & forthcoming league fixtures (50:28); Park Chu-Young rumours (56:35); shoutout to Wigan Warriors (58:30)
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Well, I have no idea what we’re going to talk about on the next edition considering Latics don’t play this weekend. Ah, not to worry – we will unearth a veritable treasure trove of irrelevant topics for me to make terrible, conversation-killing jokes about. It’ll be worth a listen just for the groans of discontent that could be heard in Westhoughton if we accidentally leave the front door open. Check back here or use the PWU iTunes, RSS and app pages if you wish to at least attempt to follow the seven interwoven PWU storylines any further. Though I won’t be offended if you don’t.