Monthly Archive:: September 2011

Wigan 1-2 Tottenham: Spurs resist spirited Latics fightback

Hot on the heels of a miserable seven-day period which saw three defeats for Wigan, this week has been a bit more positive. News that Hugo Rodallega will not be out for as long

Everton 3-1 Wigan: First-class Franco’s effort not enough for lukewarm Latics

All in all, it hasn’t been that great a week for Latics. Though on balance 3-0 represented a decent return against an in-form Man City steamrollering everything in their path, Tuesday’s abject Carling Cup

Carling Cup Second Round: Crystal Palace 2-1 Wigan: Eagles soar high above languid Latics

It’s somewhat surprising that, in the long and illustrious history of the English Football League, Wigan have only crossed paths with Crystal Palace twice previously. Maybe it’s our ex-Palace contingent of Ben Watson, Emmerson

Man City 3-0 Wigan: A decent loss, if ever there was one

In my own football supporting life, I have witnessed Manchester City, historically one of the big players in British football, fall from grace only to rather spectacularly clamber their way back to the toppermost

Shut That Window: A Latics summer signing special

I won’t go into great detail about Latics’ transfer window activity or I’ll be here until 10pm musing over the finer points of Shaun Wright-Phillips’ (somewhat surprising) decision to snub Latics and Bolton in