Monthly Archive:: September 2012

Sunderland 1-0 Wigan: Roberto’s small change

A Jordi Gomez sending off quickly followed by Steven Fletcher’s strike edged a relatively close contest in Sunderland’s favour. The Spaniard’s 48th minute red card ultimately cost Wigan a real chance of victory, but

Progress With Unity Podcast No. 10: Sunderland preview, Fulham & West Ham review

For your delectation and delight, the latest episode of the fantastic Progress With Unity Podcast is now available to sample. Sadly I’m not in this one, so you’ll just have to pretend there’s some

West Ham 1-4 Wigan: The Bos stamps his authority

I keep mentioning it, but last season’s September-November ‘blip’ was such a prominent event you can’t help but constantly reference it. Heaven knows the media love to, though common consensus is that such talk

Wigan 1-2 Fulham: Rodders returns

It’s somewhat surprising to me that historically, Fulham at home hasn’t been a fruitful fixture for the mighty (though sometimes scrawny) Wigan Athletic. You see, usually we bear a grudge against teams we just

Progress With Unity Podcast No. 9: United review, Fulham preview and Hendry Thomas

Once again I joined the lads at PWU for a chat about all things Latics this past week. On the menu for this ninth edition: thoughts on that awful second half at Old Trafford,

Things we learned this fortnight (18 September 2012) – The Late Edition

After a brief hiatus for the international break, Things We Learned is back with a bumper two-week edition. Quite a lot has happened in the 16 days since last we met, though you have

Wigan U21 3-3 Barnsley U21: Macca lights up a dull Lancashire afternoon

I like to try and get to the odd Latics reserve– oh sorry, U21– game when I can. Not entirely sure if the new ‘U21′ tag is any more attractive than ‘reserves’, but it