In a change of focus, this guest post comes from Coventry fan and writer Tom Furnival-Adams, who in his previous musings provided a call for pragmatism and continual evaluation towards the current Sixfields situation. All very sensible; all very serious too.
But occasionally - especially when you've just won four games in the a row - it's OK to take a look at the positives without feeling guilty. The resentment of not being able to see it still runs deep, but the guys responsible for the football side of things are doing all they can to ensure a scent of happiness. These guys deserve the plaudits regardless.
Especially the waistcoat-wearing, Steven Pressley-shaped man who stands in our dugout.
This week: Another win, another milestone reached, another reason to believe this team has what it takes. The Niis dig into the detail of the Gillingham victory, say a hopeful hello to Steven Pressley, and discover they're not the only podcast named after a former Ghanaian starlet.
Contains an attraction towards mellifluous names.
This week: The Niis once again tackle the recent, relevant and ridiculous issues from the past seven days. You'll find nattering about another great victory, continued discussion about the Northampton situation, and some ultra-complimentary words about Sergeant Pressley and his impressive wardrobe.
Contains Jordan Clarke recognition.
This week: The Niis are delighted to have the resurgent Trampbeater on the show to share his feelings about a wonderfully rampant victory over Carlisle. For the purposes of the tape, we will be calling him Shaun. There's loads of talk about these brilliant kids of ours, a little bit about Andy Thorn's search for a job, and a short period of obligatory swooning over Mr Pressley.
Contains a potentially ruinous use of statistics.
I thought I'd avoid the important issues a little longer and investigate the methodical approach our smart new boss is attempting to implement. It didn't seem to go down too well with the fans as the we closed out the season with all those defeats, but there is quite a serious concern lingering in my mind that it never will resonate with us, because we won't allow it to.
For me, style of play is one of the biggest conflicts facing Coventry City managers in the modern era. As a group fans seem to know, almost telepathically, what we want from the team. That is getting the ball forward as quickly as possible; working harder than anybody has every worked ever; and shooting whenever visually feasible.
But this isn't Fifa, with auto-assist pass direction or magnetic boots helping the players out. Each decision a player makes is determined by the countless factors they have to deal with in any single moment - psychological, physical and from the surrounding environment. They're not robots.