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Episode 16 – The Nii Lamptey Show

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.

Episode 14 – The Nii Lamptey Show

This week: The Sky Blues have won two on the bounce and everyone’s over the moon (even more so than usual). To help discuss these wins, the Niis have recruited some special guests who made the admirable trek to Hartlepool and Colchester, respectively.

Contains the occasional Dalek sound. Do not be alarmed.

Episode 13 – The Nii Lamptey Show

This week: It’s a party atmosphere in the house of Lamptey as the boys learn about Ratner Effect and Baker uneffect. We talk about the merits of Joe Murphy and his 60 yard conversations, and Richard Wood drops by. Unconvincingly. Several times.

WARNING: Contains 0% actual Richard Wood.

Episode 10 – The Nii Lamptey Show

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.

Episode 9 – The Nii Lamptey Show

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.

Episode 8 – The Nii Lamptey Show

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.

Episode 3 – The Nii Lamptey Show

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.