This week: It's the one you've been waiting for - Joey's only gone and met with Joy Seppala and Tim Fisher. Here he gives a full and frank round up of those meetings, as well as providing some crucial insight into the personalities behind the decisions.
Let's not beat around the bush - there's a lot to discuss, so prepare yourself for a sitting or two as the Nii Lamptey Show continue their attempts to navigate such a frustratingly complex and emotive issue.
Don't worry, contains post-Brentford waffle, Going for Going and all the other fun stuff too.
Earlier this week host of the Nii Lamptey Show podcast Joey Crone met with surreptitious Sisu leader Joy Seppala at Sky Blue Lodge. He spent a good hour discussing the situation with her, as well as having an extended chat with Tim Fisher, and a lift back to the train station with Steve Waggott. Here's a message from Joey regarding how things went:
You've got to give it to them, the Trust are pulling out all the stops for this Saturday's rally. You've no doubt seen the video above - it's a jolly good effort at a battle cry, although I did break my vigil of anger and defiance for a few seconds to laugh at the devilishly dippy Tim Fisher slide.
Now, I'm the first to admit that I've criticised them for their approach in the past, the quality of their communications, and the fact that I still believe they could do with another recruitment drive. But that's not the point of this post. Credit where it's due - I think this rally on Saturday is their best idea yet. Surely we've all got to get behind it. Support the message.
Regardless of the slight differences we may all have about the current situation, this event gives a very visible opportunity for all City fans to show some active solidarity towards the cause. Let's face it; we're all livid that we're being forced from the Ricoh, so it's imperative we seize the platform Saturday provides to enforce that message.