Category Archives: Paul Cook

Desperate day at the DW – Wigan Athletic 0 Brentford 3

Wigan Athletic turned in their worst performance of the season as they slumped to a 3-0 defeat against Brentford at the DW Stadium. Latics were behind after only five minutes as some dreadful defending allowed Bryan Mbeumo to stab the … Continue reading

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Dunkley double not enough to see Latics over the line – Bristol City 2 Wigan Athletic 2

Dunkley brace not enough for Latics Despite being the dominant team Latics failed to secure the away victory that they crave and had to settle for a 2-2 draw at Bristol City. Andreas Weimann had given City the lead but … Continue reading

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Latics extinguish the Forest fire – Wigan Athletic 1 Nottingham Forest 0

Jamal Lowe scored his first goal since joining from Portsmouth. Wigan Athletic maintained their excellent home record with a hard-fought 1-0 victory against high-fliers Nottingham Forest at the DW Stadium. Latics rode their luck at times but battled hard for … Continue reading

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No sign of relief from the away-day blues – Sheffield Wednesday 1 Wigan Athletic 0

The Hillsborough Clock by Daniel Bagshaw Almost inevitably Wigan Athletic lost away at Sheffield Wednesday. Paul Cook’s team have now won only once in 27 away fixtures and it was another performance lacking in quality from the visitors at Hillsborough. … Continue reading

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Camp mistake gifts Latics the points – Wigan Athletic 1 Birmingham City 0

A goalkeeping mistake by Lee Camp enabled Wigan Athletic to secure all three points against mid-table Birmingham City at the DW Stadium. With 15 minutes remaining of an evenly matched encounter Latics substitute Anthony Pilkington tried a speculative 25-yard strike … Continue reading

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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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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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