Monthly Archive:: November 2014

Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 Wigan: Lies, steak pies and astrophysics

At times of extreme drama I tend to retreat to a self-constructed bubble of peaceful ignorance, JWAW’s very own meditation chamber free of hype, over-excitement and the general madness manufactured by those entrapped by

PWU Wigan Athletic Podcast No. 107: A Sweaty Junction

Now that those meddlesome cameras have finally migrated south for winter, the Progress With Unity Podcast team can concentrate on motoring into the Mackay era without 100 gatsos flagging up their every inconsistency. Orange

The Story So Far: Can Wigan Recover and Save their Season?

While Wigan Athletic have been used to making the headlines during the last five years or so, this has largely been for positive reasons. Responsible for one of the biggest FA Cup upsets in

Wigan 1-1 Middlesbrough: Association hypnoball

Well, thank goodness for that, eh? Normally we are grateful of an international break, but I have never been more relieved to see some actual footballing action than this afternoon. Forget the blatant hypocrisy

PWU Wigan Athletic Podcast No. 106: Mackaye or Macnay?

One is aware that these are the first words one has committed to blog-shaped iPaper (copyright Apple) since that fateful 4pm announcement last Thursday. It is a great pity that managerial sackings do not

PWU Wigan Athletic Podcast No. 105: You Are The Chairman

As PWU’s monthly bandwidth quota nears its limit, the team must squeeze all their worldly gripes into a radio schedule-friendly 45 minute package. With seven panellists in the studio, it’s as daunting a task

Bolton 3-1 Wigan: It has to end here

What’s this, eh? I thought the only Friday in professional football was Lillestrom’s Nigerian striker Fred Friday, but apparently this most revered of pre-weekend days hosts matches now. Hmm, let me consult the archives…