Monthly Archives: October 2014

McClean brace lifts Latics spirits – Derby County 1 Wigan Athletic 2

Wigan Athletic produced their best performance of the season as they upset the odds and defeated Championship leaders Derby County on their own patch. Going into the game the Rams had not been beaten in 12 matches and Latics had … Continue reading

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Latics winless run continues – Wigan Athletic 0 Millwall 0

Wigan Athletic’s winless run was extended to eight games after yet another 0-0 draw, this time at home to Millwall. The home team dominated the game but lacked the cutting edge which would have given them all three points. James McClean … Continue reading

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It’s all about Uwe – Wigan Athletic 0 Brentford 0

All eyes were upon Uwe Rösler on Saturday afternoon as his Wigan team came upon against his former charges Brentford at the DW Stadium. The former East German international striker has had a superb start to his managerial career at Wigan … Continue reading

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Latics still struggling for the right combination – Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 Wigan Athletic 2

Wigan secured a point in a 2-2 draw at Molineux, but they could so easily have been defeated as Wolves wasted a hatful of good goalscoring opportunities in the last 20 minutes. Dave Edwards header gave Wolves the lead from … Continue reading

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Progress with unity – Wigan Athletic 0 Nottingham Forest 0

Wigan produced a much improved performance to hold undefeated Nottingham Forest to a 0-0 draw at the DW Stadium last night. In a fiercely competitive match Latics probably deserved to edge the victory but some wayward finishing meant the points … Continue reading

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