Monthly Archives: January 2012

Change can be a good thing – QPR 3 Wigan Athletic 1

Wigan are in desperate need of a change in results, after another game went by without picking up points when for the most part they can only have themselves to blame. Wigan were once again the creators of their own … Continue reading

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Latics show fighting spirit but City maintain top spot – Wigan Athletic 0 Manchester City 1

Wigan made the gap between top and bottom look a narrow one as they gave a hard-working performance against their wealthy rivals. Before kick off City’s strength in-depth was for all to see as the injured Mario Ballotelli was replaced … Continue reading

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Lacklustre Latics bow out of the cup – Swindon Town 2 Wigan Athletic 1

It is not a pleasant experience to see your team outplayed by a team three divisions below you. Wigan Athletic were once giant killers themselves but now the tables were turned as the Robins overcame a team 53 places above … Continue reading

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O’Neil has the Midas touch – Wigan Athletic 1 Sunderland 4

A combination of very poor refereeing by Mike Dean and clever counter-attacking by a well-drilled Sunderland contributed to Wigan’s latest setback. Martin O’Neil’s ability to transform an average Sunderland team into a winning outfit should not be underestimated, it can’t just … Continue reading

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