Another week, another win. Being awful is so 1988 to May 2015… In between speculating about the pronunciation of Tom Soares’ surname and Paul’s chances of taking over from Brendan Rogers we take the time to celebrate a decent performance and bemoan some questionable decision making in our victory over Chesterfield. As usual time is […]
This week: It’s the day after the night before, and the Niis aren’t feeling too good. Can they find a way of rationalising what happened? Is the JPT dream completely over? Will Ed ruin Going for Gould again? There’s only one way to find out – by treating yourself to another little slice of Lamptey goodness.
It’ll make you feel better, honest.
Contains straw clutching.
This week: It’s nearly February, and the Niis are beginning to dream. Next up sees a Friday night match up against fellow play-off hopefuls Sheffield Utd, followed by the big one – a sell out tie against Crewe in the JPT. The crystal balls and calculators are out in force as they attempt to figure out just how things might turn out.
Contains incorrect mathematics.
This week: There are two wins for the podders to swoon over, as well as a timely re-assessment of our centre back pairing, and the function of John Fleck in the squad.
Contains missing confectionary snobbery.
This week: The Niis reconvene to balance their glee from the Preston game against the frustration of Carlisle. Knowl brings the Knowl-edge. Joey brings the BANTZ. Ed brings the thesaurus. Neil brings the loins.
This week: Cup fever has hit Lamptey Towers and the boys are looking back at the lessons from Spurs, but more keenly towards potentially the biggest game of the season so far; Thursday’s JPT clash with Preston. Billy Edge’s new attire has also caught their attention, and Neil has trouble with his left and right.
Contains plenty of myths getting Crone-busted.
This week: It’s the final Lamptey show before the Christmas period and the Niis are in jovial mood. Ed’s otherwise engaged (we think he’s a mate of Santa), but this doesn’t stop the festive cheer following a phenomenal 4-1 win over Doncaster. The guys also take the chance to review the first half of what’s been a topsy turvy campaign thus far.
Contains serious predictions.
This week: Behold – a keen bunch of Niis, talking about the destruction of Walsall, the McSheffrey revival and an emotional farewell to Kevin Kilbane.
Contains a bit of mucky language. Not too much. Don’t worry yourselves. It’s fine. Swear down.
This week: Everyone was so happy after the cup wins, but you just knew it couldn’t last. The Niis desperately try to keep upbeat though, and there’s still a lot of joy about the penalty redemption against Sheffield Utd. But obviously with the latest statements from ACL and the club, there’s some important stuff to talk about.
Contains financial natterings.
This week: Things return to regularity as the four Niis discuss the frustration of not beating Portsmouth, the importance of the upcoming cup games, and scary Ernie Wise.
Contains an all-too-detailed description of that back-pass.