Agh, must I write about this now? 18 painstaking hours of blanking out the memory will be undone in a fraction of that time tapping away at my chocolate-stained keyboard, but what the heck.
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.
This week, the PWU Podcast team bring you a special ‘attempting not to tempt fate‘ edition. As you may know, the happy Hammers are in town this weekend, and will no doubt be intent
International breaks suck. The lack of Latics action over the past two weeks has forced me to watch videos of cats falling off worktops and attempting to open doors rather than highlights from our
Lacklustre international performances got you down? Never fear, for the 13th edition of the PWU Podcast –complete with yours truly– is back to preview the next chunk of the domestic season. Sort of. You
Two exceptional strikes from Swansea’s Gylfi Sigurdsson, each coming either side of half time, were more than enough to see off a lacklustre Latics. Though the Swans had Nathan Dyer sent off after 60
In an historic contest, Wigan Athletic were the visitors as a thoroughly modern Liberty Stadium played host to the English Premier League’s first match outside England. If the FA were using it as a