Monthly Archives: January 2014

Latics held at the Riverside – Middlesbrough 0 Wigan Athletic 0

Wigan’s push for a play-off place received a setback when they were held to a goalless draw at Middlesbrough tonight. In a scrappy game with few clear-cut chances for either team, the Latics failed to recreate the form that had … Continue reading

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Eagles eliminated as Wigan march on – Wigan Athletic 2 Crystal Palace 1

The FA Cup holders progressed to the fifth round with a hard-fought 2-1 victory against Premier League Crystal Palace at the DW Stadium. Last season’s Cup Final hero Ben Watson steered in James McClean’s pull back to give Wigan a … Continue reading

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FA Cup Dreams – Could it be Wigan Athletic again this season?

Every fan, manager and player dreams of lifting The FA Cup – and a new initiative from the Football Association this season is providing a glimpse of what it would be like for Wigan to get their hands on the … Continue reading

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Rovers upset the odds with big win – Doncaster Rovers 3 Wigan Athletic 0

Few people could have predicted this result prior to kick off, as Doncaster had not won for eight and Wigan were unbeaten in six Championship games under Uwe Rösler, but it was Rovers who defied the odds to win 3-0. … Continue reading

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Rösler revolution gathers pace

Uwe Rösler has certainly made an impressive start to his managerial career at Wigan Athletic. Latics have progressed to the fourth round of the FA Cup with a 3-1 victory at MK Dons and currently sit 10th in the Championship. … Continue reading

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Nick Powell powerplay sinks brave MK Dons – MK Dons 1 Wigan Athletic 3 (AET)

Two goals by substitute Nick Powell ensured the FA Cup holders progressed to the fourth round despite stubborn resistance from MK Dons. The League One side had taken an early lead through Luke Chadwick but with 11 minutes of normal … Continue reading

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Fortuné favours the brave – Wigan Athletic 3 AFC Bournemouth 0

Prior to the game Uwe Rösler said that the main focus of his team would be attacking and to have plenty of hunger and desire and the Wigan manager was true to his word as they produced a convincing 3-0 victory … Continue reading

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