Monthly Archives: September 2019

Fulham quality too much for predictable Latics – Fulham 2 Wigan Athletic 0

Craven Cottage Championship promotion favourites Fulham demonstrated plenty of Premiership quality to comfortably overcome Wigan Athletic 2-0 at Craven Cottage. The hosts had enjoyed 62 per cent possession in the first half and would’ve been in front if it had … Continue reading

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Improving Latics ease past Addicks – Wigan Athletic 2 Charlton Athletic 0

Chey Dunkley Wigan Athletic produced a much improved performance to comfortably defeat high-flying Charlton Athletic 2-0 at the DW Stadium. Centre-back Chey Dunkley scored from two set-pieces to give the hosts an important victory against the recently promoted Addicks. Latics … Continue reading

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Supersub Gelhardt saves Latics’ blushes – Hull City 2 Wigan Athletic 2

Joe Gelhardt 17-year-old substitute Joe Gelhardt produced a moment of quality to rescue a vital away point for Wigan Athletic at Hull City in a 2-2 draw.  The England U18 youth international scored his first Championship goal with a beautiful … Continue reading

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Review: Masters of Modern Soccer – How the World’s Best Play the Twenty-First-Century Game by Grant Wahl

It may be something of a grandiose title but in Masters of Modern Soccer American journalist Grant Wahl expertly gets to grips with how the global game is developing. Wahl interviews some of the most interesting figures in the modern … Continue reading

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Cook has lost the recipe for success – Wigan Athletic 0 Barnsley 0

Paul Cook Paul Cook’s job is surely on the line after another dispiriting performance in the 0-0 draw with fellow strugglers Barnsley at the DW Stadium. Latics have not won in five games and the manager’s tactics mean that they … Continue reading

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