This week: The Lamptey boys are upset. Things aren’t going quite to plan with the Robins revolution, and while David McGoldrick continues to keep Ed aroused, the Sky Blues have fallen back into their losing ways and are playing atrociously.
This week: It’s the triumphant return of Little Eddie Wilson, and the Niis have ever such a lot to catch up on. Richard Shaw’s been given the boot, Chris Hussey’s actually scored a goal, and Joey’s been told off on local radio.
Contains the numbers 7, 8 and 9.
This week: Little Eddie Wilson’s meeting with the Pope has overrun, so the three Niis continue to hold the fort. It’s been a while since the previous show, so there’s a bit to cover, including Cody’s phantom “goal”, despicable first halves and the illusion of Carl Baker.
Contains Callum Ball tongue-twisters.
This week: Little Eddie Wilson has gone in search of his hero Gino Ginelli, leaving the remaining Niis to mope over an interesting but mostly rotten 10 days, including a right old duffing up at Arsenal.
This week: The house of Nii is excited. The final managerial interviews are afoot, and this can mean only one thing. Richard Shaw’s temporary reign is coming to an end (unless Andy Turner is to believed, which he’s not to be). Here, they run the rule over the supposed candidates.
This week: It’s a full quota of Lamptey boys to discuss the impending managerial appointment, David McGoldrick’s World Player of the Year odds and Adam Barton’s inherent softness.
This week: Knowler’s otherwise engaged, but being the consummate pros they are, the three other Niis truck on regardless, desperately plucking out moments of note from the abominable Burton game.
This week: Still high from Billy Edge’s debut against Birmingham, the boys are left to bask in the glory of the League Cup without Knowler. Expect plenty of Carl Baker and even more inane word play.
The Nii Lamptey Show boys call an impromptu meeting to discuss the sacking of Thorn
It’s the much anticipated second episode of the brand new Nii Lamptey Show podcast, and this week the boys are taking in the the opening week of the League One campaign.