• bfc14

    Wigan wilt as Burnley shine.

    Wigan travelled to Turf Moor full of confidence following their excellent win over Reading knowing that a win could guarantee them a play off place with three games to go. Ninety minutes later a team unrecognisable in terms of tactics, spirit and to a lesser degree personnel, slunk off the pitch as [...]
  • StGeorgesDay


    “There is a forgotten, nay almost forbidden word, which means more to me than any other. That word is England.” Sir Winston Churchill The History of St George’s Day In 1222 the Council of Oxford declared April 23rd to be St George’s Day It was not until 1348 that St George became [...]
  • MFE47

    Mudhutter Issue 47 incoming

    MFE47 With our all new German style efficiency the latest issue of the Mudhutter hits the streets this weekend with 48 pages of carefully thought out prose and pictures from Wigan’s finest selection of helmets. A more pensive, reflective, provocative, expensive, selective, creative, [...]
  • sf

    Cue the music . . . . .

    The UEFA Champions League of late does get a bad press and deservedly, a bold brash money making scam for the elite of Europe to get more and more bloated on the wads of television and outrageous sponsorship cash. However whatever combo of games you put forward for these particular semis a [...]
  • Burnley2

    Burnley-Wigan Athletic Preview

    “After the Lord Mayor’s show comes the dust cart” is a saying that can so often hold true in football. Wigan Athletic fans will be hoping that will not be the case when their team visits Burnley tomorrow. Over the course of a season a team can reach its highs, but they are so often spread [...]
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Poyet and Wigan

by JJ in Latics Blogs

The rumours are that Gus Poyet is lined up for the vacant position of Sunderland manager. A few months ago Dave Whelan was looking for a new manager, but Poyet was still involved in wranglings over his controversial dismissal at Brighton. Where [...]









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