Manchester City Archive

Progress With Unity Podcast No. 19: On location at Wigan v Man City

After the rip-roaring success of the PWU Podcast‘s previous on location edition, it would have been daft not to wheel the portable studio (pictured) down to Robin Park for Wigan’s next midweek home game.

Wigan 0-2 Man City: No fate

Poor Jordi Gomez. Never before has a Wigan Athletic player been so devastating in a half of football and received such negative attention. Relatively few have achieved the oh-so-rare feat that is a Latics

Wigan 0-1 Man City: Nearly, but not quite

I know I say this pretty much every time Latics play on a day other than Saturday, but it just feels weird. All the weekend’s footballing drama is normally washed away by our return

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

Man City 1-0 Wigan: Sammon so close

Isn’t it funny how one heavy loss –which, I must reiterate, was largely expected– can change the mood at a club to such an extent? Well, I say ‘club’ when I mean ‘the fans’,

Wigan 0-2 Manchester City: ‘Magnificent’ unbeaten run comes to end

Right, this afternoon wasn’t pretty so I’ll spare you too many gory details. All you need to know is that Wigan lost. This was partially down to the fact their presence in the opposition

Manchester City 3-0 Wigan: Come back, Chris, all is forgiven

Warning: this report is, as usual, heavily biased towards Wigan. Man City fans, prepare to be irritated. Now, you’re looking at the scoreline from this game and I know what you’re thinking; Latics were