June 16, 2024
Amateur dramatics

Now now, there's no need for the amateur dramatics. Can I get a refund on me ticket?

Amateur dramatics
Now now, there’s no need for the amateur dramatics. Can I get a refund on me ticket?

It’s OK, we’re fine. What did you expect, a second winless week to have us all negative? Heh, well you’re… correct, actually. It seems our enthusiasm has departed on a plane to Orlando, and it’s already ridden the Back To The Future Ride three times. I can think of four chaps who also wish they were there.

Rosler decided against buying that crash mat for another week, and with good reason – thanks to Fulham’s Tuesday night loss, Latics remain above that imaginary dotted line separating Championship relegatees from the other 21 relegation dodgers. And you know I’d rather be a dodger, and not because of an obvious link with the shortbread snack. Well OK, maybe a bit.

A good balance of debate in this week’s edition, so prepare for a ping-pong match of Commonwealth proportions as Barry asks if Rosler is still the man to lead Wigan Athletic in the 2014-15 season. The results are more interesting than an overheating Twittermachine polluting the webosphere with unnecessary non-positivity.

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Contents: Intros: as positive as it gets? (0:00); Charlton review (1:10) with worrying Statman stats; The Forshaw Saga Episode 6 of 8 (6:57); overzealous(?) Cardiff review (8:30); Transfer Watch: 10 days of window shopping left! (16:25); Blackpool preview: reverse psychology (21:25); Jesus is a Wiganer, heheh (37:40); relegation dodging (39:30); Rosler: still the man for the job? (41:50); Hang On In There, Baby (48:30)

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Ruined fort
All together now: “our defence is in ruins!” (c)Colin Bell

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