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All things Wigan Athletic and a little bit more, new episodes weekly, game reviews and previews, interviews, off the terrace reports, by Wigan Athletic supporters for Wigan Athletic supporters, give us a listen, we are free!
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New Sunday format, Barry and Si in the studio, quick review of the Oxford United game.Bristol Rovers preview, Gas fan Ed joins us with his take on the game, 'Ref Watch' and predictions
A full on episode as Wigan MP, Lisa Nandy joins us to discuss all the latest on the take over front, possible ways forward and that dreaded exclusivity agreement,We have a look at the managerial situation at the club.Oxford preview with Ref Watch, Adam Asks with Oxford supporter Andrew Webster and predictionsThank you for your supportThe PWU crew.
Just Adam and Barry in the studio for this episodeLooking back on Northampton and Blackpool.We discuss the Supporters Club Statement regarding the potential new ownersFinish off with a preview of the FA Cup tie against Chorley and Adam Asks with former Latics player and current Chorley groundsman , Ben Kay
This week we have Latics Legend Andy Liddell in as a guest, talking about his time at the Latics, players, managers and of course the current situation with the administration.We also have previews of the Northampton and Blackpool games
This week we have special studio guest Nathan Sinclair, Mark Hayes joins us via the telephone and Stuart from The Railwaymen Podcast previews the Crewe game. We have a look back at Saturday’s win over Doncaster at the DW, Joey Garner on fire. EFL Trophy defeat to Port Vale was tempered by a stunning free kick from Tom Pearce. There’s a bit on the takeover and something quite rightly described by Nathan as ‘bollocks’, well said that man. Crewe preview, fans back in grounds, Latics tunes and a little bit more to finish with. Thanks for your support.
A look back at the home defeat against Gillingham, a little bit despondent, then along came Liverpool and six goals later we're all cocka-hoop.What a week for entertaining football, worth £20 of anyone's moneyKids, Kal and Joey G, great stuff all roundWe're joined by Pompey fan and FSA officer Ashley Brown to preview Saturday's game and also take advantage of expertise to dissect our current plightWe finish off with a tribute to Roy 'Spike' Highton, the treasurer of the Latics Supporters Club who sadly lost his battle with illness this week
This week’s PWU Latics podcast features Si in the hot seat, supported by Adam (C), Adam (p), Barry and Paul, we are also joined by Gillingham FC supporter, Matt, from the ‘Gills In The Blood’. First up we have a look back at the season opener away to Ipswich, very much a performance to be proud of. We quickly get heated with a debate around the current situations at Macclesfield and Southend, along with Paul Wilson’s article in the Guardian where he quotes administrator Paul Stanley with some quite inflammatory statement. We are joined by Matt for the Gillingham preview, with a special mention to Tom Nield in ‘Ref Watch’ for his service to the NHS over the past few months. We finish off with a chat about the ‘Back To Football’ pilot and just how will the Latics decide who the first 1,000 people through the gates of the DW Stadium will be. Thanks for your support, don’t forget to check our blog for articles and updates:https://progresswithunity.blogspot.com/
Just the three of us this evening though we do have a special guest, Benjamin Bloom, dropping in to chat about Sunday's game.We have a look back at Fleetwood, talk about the possibility of a new manager, Simon Grayson, joining us, there is admin review and what about Vic, what a gesture.We have an Ipswich preview featuring the one and only Benjamin Bloom, ref watch and previous encounters.Thank you for supporting, the PWU team 
Back in the studio, still got a club and actually looking forward to a season opener game, Fleetwood away in the Carabao cup. We are joined by Supporters Club Chair, Caroline Molyneux who updates us on the latest state of play with the crowdfunder.We discuss who will be in the side for SaturdayWe have Fleetwood fan Tyler Dodd giving us his lowdown on the Cod ArmyIt's good to be back 
Adam chats with Paul Ross about the administration latest, the Latics Save Our Club appeal and the future
On this week’s podcast we are joined in the studio by Wembley to Wigan hero Jack Green and Fulham Supporters Trust member Dan Crawford. We also grab a chat with Charlton fan John Stevens. Well what a week, a goalless draw at Barnsley, Jack cycles over 250 miles, up hill, for the Lets Hang On Appeal and we knock 8 (EIGHT) past Hull.  We have a round up on the latest news from the club re administration and how the fundraising initiatives are going. We drool over the eight goal win against Hull, look forward to the Charlton game with JohnStevens (43 mins) and round off with the Fulham preview (61 mins). Hope you enjoy.
This week we focus a little more on the on the field side of the club, a great performance and win against QPR on Wednesday, followed by previews of Barnsley and Hull with opposition fan views.We do have a little 'vent' and a 'latest' on the off the field situation.
We are joined by special guests for this special edition of the Latics podcast. Wigan MP Lisa Nandy, former club skipper Emmerson Boyce,the FSA Crisis Club liaison officer Ashley Brown, Sports Lawyer Kevin Carpenter, Latics Supporters club officials Caroline Molyneux & Jason Taylor and Jay Whittle join us for an in depth look at the current situation at Wigan Athletic and the best way forward.
This week's episode is dominated by you know what. We are joined by Brentford fan Billy The Bee as we try to get some football focus.
Reflections on a great win at Huddersfield. Five subs, tea breaks, two goals and a Sam Morsy booking.Next up we have a preview of the Blackburn game, followed by, you guessed it, a preview of the Stoke game.Hopefully we'll be back in the studio in the next couple of weeks or so.
With the prospect of football action on the horizon the PWU Latics Podcast is back to chat all things Wigan Athletic and a little bit more.We've obeyed the scientific guidelines and conducted the podcast over Zoom, it takes a bit of getting used to.
This week's podcast features Barry and Paul plus a great interview with Latics right back Nathan ByrneWe look at the latest FIFA statement regarding contract extensions and transfer deadlines.Nathan Byrne picks his Latics 5-a-side team, chats Reece James, playoff games, 16 minute hat-tricks and much moreWe give a shout out to Latics Community who are serving the Wigan public well during this lock down period
We’re back with another episode of the long running Latics Podcast, Adam joins Barry to discuss the latest goings on with the affect off the lock down on the EFL and in particular Wigan Athletic, We look back at three great games from the first week in April from 2003, 2014 and 2016. Amr Zaki turned 35 on the 1st April and we have two great guests joining us for a chat. This week’s special guests are Latics current longest serving player Michael Jacobs and Wigan Athletic legend and commentator Tommy Gore. Both interviews are a great listen and can be found at 12 minutes and 52 minutes, respectively.
Podcast Special, with Barry and SiThe lack of football driving Barry to imaginary games!Latics number 18, Gary Roberts drops in for a chat (11:45)On This Day - Victory at AnfieldJoe Astley - Anthem for the North joins us (38:20)
Looking back on a drab game against Luton, but, in the grand scheme of things it could be a valuable point.Who is your Number 5?Samy Morsy impressing again.Under 23s go marching on.Charlton, Sheffield Wednesday and Coraonavirus discussion.Huddersfield preview with Town supporter Nathan Hosker and 'Ref Watch'We're back at the DW on Wednesday when Blackburn are in town, we preview this with Rovers fan Danny Lund and another episode of 'Ref Watch'
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