Tag Archives: Sam Morsy

Latics in seventh heaven – Wigan Athletic 2 Hull City 1

Wigan Athletic moved up to seventh place in the Championship table after a hard-fought 2-1 victory against Hull City at the DW Stadium. Latics received good news before kick off when captain Sam Morsy’s red card at Brentford was rescinded … Continue reading

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12th Man – Burn gets my player vote

It’s been a great team effort this season. Many players have made significant contributions to the cause: Christian Walton, Chey Dunkley, Michael Jacobs, and Max Power have been impressive but five players have really stood out for me. My top five … Continue reading

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Lacklustre Latics lose top spot – Wigan Athletic 0 Blackpool 2

Wigan Athletic lost top spot in the League One table after their worst performance of the season against strugglers Blackpool at the DW Stadium. The league leaders lost their second successive game against a team who had only won two … Continue reading

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Latics on the Wembley trail again – Wigan Athletic 3 AFC Bournemouth 0

Latics produced a famous FA Cup third-round victory when they knocked out Premier League Bournemouth 3-0 at the DW Stadium. The home team went ahead after only nine minutes through captain Sam Morsy after great play by Ryan Colclough and … Continue reading

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Morsy rescues a point for below par Latics – Gillingham 1 Wigan Athletic 1

A superb 20-yard strike by captain Sam Morsy rescued a point for Wigan Athletic as they toiled to overcome League One strugglers Gillingham at Priestfield. Latics started briskly and should have have been ahead in the opening half as Max … Continue reading

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12th Man – Cook’s recipe for success

It’s been a mixed week for Latics with a first defeat at Shrewsbury and an impressive display at Charlton. It was a below par performance in Shropshire with several players not at their best. Midfielders Sam Morsy and Lee Evans, … Continue reading

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Latics impress with first win at the Valley – Charlton Athletic 0 Wigan Athletic 3

Wigan Athletic recorded their first ever win at The Valley with a convincing 3-0 performance against Charlton Athletic. Latics created plenty of early chances but had to wait until just before half time when Gavin Massey converted Reece James’ cross … Continue reading

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12th Man – Cooking up a feast

You can’t help but love Paul Cook after such a great opening to his tenure as Wigan Athletic manager. Cook has won five, drawn one and lost one of his opening seven games and the style of football has been … Continue reading

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12th Man – Up for the Cup

Latics face the daunting task of trying to eliminate the current FA Cup holders Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday. United are in resurgent form in the Premier League under Jose Mourinho, have qualified for the League Cup final … Continue reading

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Battling Wigan move out of the drop zone – Wigan Athletic 2 Brentford 1

Latics moved out of the bottom three after a dominating display against mid-table Brentford at the DW Stadium. Man of the match Sam Morsy fired Latics ahead after 28 minutes and soon afterwards the Eqyptian international added a second when … Continue reading

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