Progress With Unity Wigan Athletic Podcast No. 61: Ed Jones Interview Special

Ed Jones Wigan Athletic

Since those pesky fixture generators have scheduled a match for Wednesday night, this edition of the PWU Podcast has been brought forward 48 hours. But before you splatter your evening coffee all over the VDU in sheer disgust, continue to the next paragraph – you might be pleasantly surprised.

I do not know how, but Progress With Unity have managed to hoodwink Latics Head of Media Ed Jones into giving an exclusive interview. In this 45 minute special, Barry and Dan (but mostly Barry) grill Ed on his position at the club, player liaison and UEFA Europa League branding regulations. There’s also the usual reviews and previews embedded somewhere, as well as a few amusing stories you might not have heard before!

Contents: Charlton review (0:40); Head of Media – the job role (7:20); Rubin Kazan review & Europa League branding (14:30); Grant Holt prefers Peppa Pig (29:00); QPR preview (31:45); This season’s attendances and FA Cup Final memories (37:20)

Get involved!

Progress With Unity is currently the only Wigan Athletic fan podcast on the web. If you wish 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.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Ed Jones and Wigan Athletic for allowing us to conduct this interview. I’d also like to thank my mother, father, sister, goldfish and old secondary school teacher… *wells up* … my personal chef JD Wetherspoon, my mobile network provider, JWAWG… *sobs*

Guess what? That’s not all we have for you today. Tune in later for the video version (yes, it’s a vidcast or something) of this episode, or utilise PWU iTunes, RSS and app pages for future interviews, news, reviews and other stuff we make up off the top of our heads.

Thanks for listening, and thanks for being yourself. Again.

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