Wigan Athletic Football Club Official Supporters Club https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk Wigan Athletic Football Club Official Supporters Club for fans of Latics, Travel away games coaches and more Thu, 26 Nov 2020 16:23:42 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.5.3 No Crowds for now as GM enters at Tier 3 https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/no-crowds-for-now-as-gm-enters-at-tier-3/ Thu, 26 Nov 2020 16:12:43 +0000 https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/?p=14667

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Wigan Athletic Supporters Club are based in the South Stand Suite. On match day, our doors usually open around 2 hours 30 minutes before the game starts. The latest news item is below, but please keep looking back on the website for all of our latest news.

No Crowds for now as GM enters at Tier 3

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No Crowds just yet

The inevitable tier 3 restrictions that were imposed on Greater Manchester have put a hold on crowds coming to the DW Stadium until at least Boxing Day now.

When the national lockdowns ends on the 2nd December, Wigan along with all other Greater Manchester Clubs will still have to play behind closed doors. There will be a review in 2 weeks to see if this level will change, meaning the earliest Latics could apply to have fans in the ground would be for the Boxing Day game against Shrewsbury Town.

Keep safe everybody

Want to Join The Supporters Club?

Wigan Athletic Supporters Club is a non-profit organisation which allows us to keep the costs low for travelling to away games, without compromising safety, comfort or security click here to apply.
Membership of the Supporters Club also gives extra benefits in the Wigan Athletic Supporters Club Bar, which provides a safe place for fans to go a couple of hours to chat and meet before most home games.

Click ‘Get involved’ for more information on the huge benefits of membership.

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FSA Annual General Meeting 2020 https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/fsa-annual-general-meeting-2020/ Wed, 25 Nov 2020 12:30:15 +0000 https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/?p=14643

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FSA Annual General Meeting 2020

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FSA Annual General Meeting 2020

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FSA AGM Friday 11th December 2020.

It’s a great opportunity to hear more from the FSA Board on the organisation’s activity since the last AGM, review the annual report and financial statements for the year ended 31st December 2019, and vote on a number of resolutions including changes to the articles of association.

There will also be a number of elections taking place on the day, and you can find out more about the meeting below:

FSA network election results

All info at https://thefsa.org.uk/news/fsa-agm-2020-notice/

 

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Wigan Athletic Supporters Club is a non-profit organisation which allows us to keep the costs low for travelling to away games, without compromising safety, comfort or security click here to apply.
Membership of the Supporters Club also gives extra benefits in the Wigan Athletic Supporters Club Bar, which provides a safe place for fans to go a couple of hours to chat and meet before most home games.

Click ‘Get involved’ for more information on the huge benefits of membership.

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2020 Christmas Appeal from Storehouse Project https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/2020-christmas-appeal-from-storehouse-project/ Wed, 25 Nov 2020 12:10:03 +0000 https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/?p=14625

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Wigan Athletic Supporters Club are based in the South Stand Suite. On match day, our doors usually open around 2 hours 30 minutes before the game starts. The latest news item is below, but please keep looking back on the website for all of our latest news.

2020 Christmas Appeal from Storehouse Project

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Charity needs donations of items

The Storehouse Project has been one of our charity causes in previous seasons. Obviously with everything that is going on there is still much need for the work they do and the donations they receive.

Times are tough for all of us at the moment, but if you could read the information in the flyer below and donate if you can.

Christmas Hamper Poster For Packing for a family pdf
Christmas Jumper Day
Christmas Hamper Poster Basic PDF

Want to Join The Supporters Club?

Wigan Athletic Supporters Club is a non-profit organisation which allows us to keep the costs low for travelling to away games, without compromising safety, comfort or security click here to apply.
Membership of the Supporters Club also gives extra benefits in the Wigan Athletic Supporters Club Bar, which provides a safe place for fans to go a couple of hours to chat and meet before most home games.

Click ‘Get involved’ for more information on the huge benefits of membership.

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Christmas presents wrapped up at Latics Store C&C https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/christmas-presents-wrapped-up-at-latics-store-cc/ Tue, 24 Nov 2020 14:22:59 +0000 https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/?p=14679

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Wigan Athletic Supporters Club are based in the South Stand Suite. On match day, our doors usually open around 2 hours 30 minutes before the game starts. The latest news item is below, but please keep looking back on the website for all of our latest news.

Christmas presents wrapped up at Latics Store C&C

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Click and Collect from the Stadium

Latics supporters will now have the option to purchase merchandise online and collect from Latics Store at the DW Stadium, with the store’s click and collect service resuming on Monday 23 November.

Collections will be allowed between 10.00am-5.00pm on weekdays, giving supporters the opportunity to get those all important gifts just in time for Christmas!

  • Online purchases only.  No cash or card payments will be taken on site.
  • Access will not be permitted into the store.
  • Supporters will be notified when their order is ready to collect via email.
  • Supporters must ring the doorbell on arrival at the store.  A member of the Latics Store will then assist with your collection.
  • Please remember to respect social distancing when queuing to collect.
  • Any queries, please contact laticsstore@wiganathletic.com or call 01942 770450

The delivery service will remain available, offering UK 2nd Class, UK 1st Class and UK Next Day options.

Want to Join The Supporters Club?

Wigan Athletic Supporters Club is a non-profit organisation which allows us to keep the costs low for travelling to away games, without compromising safety, comfort or security click here to apply.
Membership of the Supporters Club also gives extra benefits in the Wigan Athletic Supporters Club Bar, which provides a safe place for fans to go a couple of hours to chat and meet before most home games.

Click ‘Get involved’ for more information on the huge benefits of membership.

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Would you trade a historic FA Cup win & Europe for the Championship or Premier League now? https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/would-you-trade-a-historic-fa-cup-win-europe-for-the-championship-or-premier-league-now/ Tue, 24 Nov 2020 10:07:59 +0000 https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/?p=14624

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Wigan Athletic Supporters Club are based in the South Stand Suite. On match day, our doors usually open around 2 hours 30 minutes before the game starts. The latest news item is below, but please keep looking back on the website for all of our latest news.

Would you trade a historic FA Cup win & Europe for the Championship or Premier League now?

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Way back when

Back when we started the 2013-14 Championship campaign, Wigan Athletic fans had experienced the whole gamut of emotions just a few months earlier. Arguably, there are no deeper sensations of joy and pain that any football supporter could experience in just one season.

Following the pain of relegation at the end of the 2012-13 campaign, confidence was high that Wigan could bounce immediately back up to the Premier League. That’s the same kind of situation facing Norwich City, Bournemouth, and Watford, with the latest Championship odds pricing them as favourites for promotion.

However, there was an entirely different set of circumstances that surrounded Wigan Athletic. For the first time in English football history, Latics had become the only club ever to be relegated from the top-flight and win the FA Cup, in the same season. Accompanying the pain of relegation had been the greatest moment in the club’s history.


Adding to the epic nature of our journey in the FA Cup during the 2012-13 campaign, Wigan also beat Manchester City (arguably the best team in Europe at the time) on that momentous day on 11th May 2013 at Wembley, denying their opponent the chance to win a historic domestic treble. It’s the kind of stuff that even the most creative mind of a fantasy fiction writer couldn’t have imagined. While the famous old FA Cup trophy was proudly displayed in the trophy cabinet, neither the fans nor the club itself perhaps realised how much it might complicate their lives. Although it was a welcome problem, as English cup winners, Latics had also qualified for the Europa League, which inevitably made the 2013-14 fixture list even more convoluted. For the older generations of supporters who had faithfully attended games at Springfield Park, watching their team play in Europe was the impossible dream. Unfortunately, aside from the sense of occasion surrounding each game at the DW Stadium, the continental adventure would inevitably have some important drawbacks.      

Wigan had made a reasonable start to their 2013-14 Championship campaign, suffering just the one defeat against Bournemouth in their opening five games. When the focus turned towards the European games, domestic form inevitably became inconsistent as the fixtures on all fronts came thick and fast.

By the end of October 2013, Wigan had held Zulte Waregem, beaten NK Maribor, and held group favourites Rubin Kazan. The start of November also looked healthy in the Championship, with back-to-back victories against Huddersfield Town and Yeovil Town. However, that’s when everything also fell apart.

In the midst of a slump in the Championship that would bring four straight defeats, and two defeats that made reaching the Europa League knockout stage a tall order, Owen Coyle was fired as manager. Uwe Rosler brought a rapid improvement in league form, yet he couldn’t prevent Wigan being eliminated from the Europa League.    

   

Into 2014 and with Europe no longer a distraction, between early December 2013 and late March in 2014, Rosler led Wigan on a spectacular run of just three league defeats in 18 games. That said, another distraction had emerged and once again it was the FA Cup. Latics made it to the semi-finals, beating Manchester City again along the way, before losing on penalties to Arsenal.

Sadly, another slump in form saw the team win just three of their final 10 games in the Championship. It was enough to hold on to their spot in the playoffs, but they were horribly out of form when they were beaten by Queens Park Rangers, ending the quest for a quick return to the Premier League. Since then, we all know how the story of Wigan Athletic has unfolded.

It’s often said that football is all about moments. It’s also fair to say that while a generation of Wigan fans were able to enjoy plenty of great moments, “at what cost?” is a question you may sometimes hear pondered. Those who were there to live those moments will undoubtedly relish them for the rest of our lives, remaining steadfastly hopeful that one day, we’ll get to experience them again.

Want to Join The Supporters Club?

Wigan Athletic Supporters Club is a non-profit organisation which allows us to keep the costs low for travelling to away games, without compromising safety, comfort or security click here to apply.
Membership of the Supporters Club also gives extra benefits in the Wigan Athletic Supporters Club Bar, which provides a safe place for fans to go a couple of hours to chat and meet before most home games.

Click ‘Get involved’ for more information on the huge benefits of membership.

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Tranmere moved, AFC Wimbledon moved https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/tranmere-moved-afc-wimbledon-moved/ Tue, 10 Nov 2020 12:57:25 +0000 https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/?p=14606

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Tranmere moved, AFC Wimbledon moved

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Moved games

Our game against Tranmere Rover in the EFL Trophy has been moved to Wednesday 11th November 2020 with a 6.30pm kick off. This due to Wigan Athletics FA Cup game being played on Sunday, so just a 24 hour shift.

AFC Wimbledon have had cases of COVID confirmed and so their game with Latics that was due to be played on Saturday has been postponed. No rescheduled date has been announced just yet

Want to Join The Supporters Club?

Wigan Athletic Supporters Club is a non-profit organisation which allows us to keep the costs low for travelling to away games, without compromising safety, comfort or security click here to apply.
Membership of the Supporters Club also gives extra benefits in the Wigan Athletic Supporters Club Bar, which provides a safe place for fans to go a couple of hours to chat and meet before most home games.

Click ‘Get involved’ for more information on the huge benefits of membership.

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Watch Wigan Athletic v Chorley in the FA Cup First Round https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/watch-wigan-athletic-v-chorley-in-the-fa-cup-first-round/ Fri, 06 Nov 2020 14:02:35 +0000 https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/?p=14598

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Wigan Athletic Supporters Club are based in the South Stand Suite. On match day, our doors usually open around 2 hours 30 minutes before the game starts. The latest news item is below, but please keep looking back on the website for all of our latest news.

Watch Wigan Athletic v Chorley in the FA Cup First Round

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Watch Wigan Athletic v Chorley

It is FA Cup Weekend and although it would be great to have seen Wigan Athletic’s Emirates FA Cup First Round clash with Chorley live at the DW Stadium, we obviously can’t.

But what we can do is watch it live on the BBC’s digital platforms, which include BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport App.

Kick off is at 12.45pm on Sunday 8 November, and if you are a Latics TV audio subscriber, you will be able to access live match commentary via the Wigan Athletic website and App.

Want to Join The Supporters Club?

Wigan Athletic Supporters Club is a non-profit organisation which allows us to keep the costs low for travelling to away games, without compromising safety, comfort or security click here to apply.
Membership of the Supporters Club also gives extra benefits in the Wigan Athletic Supporters Club Bar, which provides a safe place for fans to go a couple of hours to chat and meet before most home games.

Click ‘Get involved’ for more information on the huge benefits of membership.

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Home and Away Shirts with names now available https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/home-and-away-shirts-with-names-now-available/ Fri, 06 Nov 2020 11:39:30 +0000 https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/?p=14591

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Wigan Athletic Supporters Club are based in the South Stand Suite. On match day, our doors usually open around 2 hours 30 minutes before the game starts. The latest news item is below, but please keep looking back on the website for all of our latest news.

Home and Away Shirts with names now available

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Home and Away Shirts

COVID has stopped us doing a lot of things, watching our team live at the stadium, travelling to away games and even having our name printed on our replica shirt.

One of those has been remedied  as Wigan Athletic supporters can now add personalisation to their 2020-21 PUMA home and away shirts!

On the official Wigan Athletic Club store there is now a Kit Builder, with that you will be available to add your name, number and sleeve badges when purchasing your 2020-21 home and away shirts. The Limited edition Supporters Club logo can be applied for an additional £5.

All this knowing that all the money goes to the Football Club.

Shop the 2020-21 range by [clicking here]

 

ALREADY PURCHASED A 2020-21 HOME OR AWAY SHIRT?

Don’t worry! Printing will still be available, simply:

  1. Post your shirt FAO Latics Store, DW Stadium, Loire Drive, Wigan, WN5 0UZ with a contact phone number, email address and returns address
  2. The Latics Store team will contact you once we receive your shirt to confirm printing details and process your payment.
  3. The Latics Store team will return your printed shirt free of charge!
  • Adult and youth 2020/21 home and away shirts.
  • Adult – £45 (S – 4XL)
  • Youth –  £30 (5/6 years – 13/14 years)
  • Limited edition Supporters Club logo can be applied for an additional £5 – Please select a youth logo for youth shirts and adult logo for adult shirts.
  • Once a Supporters Club logo has been applied, we cannot offer refunds or exchanges.

HOW CAN I PURCHASE?

  • Available online only via the Latics Store website.
  • 1st Class, 2nd Class, Next Day & International delivery available.

HOW CAN I EXCHANGE/RETURN?

  • All returns and exchanges must be sent to the following address: FAO Latics Store, DW Stadium, Loire Drive, Wigan, WN5 0UZ.
  • Items will not be accepted back in person due to COVID protocals.

HOW CAN I CONTACT LATICS STORE?

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

At this current time supporters can only purchase shirts from the 2020/21 range, with socks and shorts available soon.

We aim to provide the option of goalkeeper kits, mini kits and further adult home shirt stock in the near future.

 

Want to Join The Supporters Club?

Wigan Athletic Supporters Club is a non-profit organisation which allows us to keep the costs low for travelling to away games, without compromising safety, comfort or security click here to apply.
Membership of the Supporters Club also gives extra benefits in the Wigan Athletic Supporters Club Bar, which provides a safe place for fans to go a couple of hours to chat and meet before most home games.

Click ‘Get involved’ for more information on the huge benefits of membership.

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Kyle Joseph, another from Academy Product https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/kyle-joseph-another-from-academy-product/ Wed, 04 Nov 2020 20:10:35 +0000 https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/?p=14572

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Kyle Joseph, another from Academy Product

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Kyle Joseph

The Wigan Athletic Academy is still producing great talent and it could well see us thrive in the future. We were upset to see the likes of Joe Geldhart leave the club, but we could see more of latest crop make it to the first team very soon.

The latest protégé to move up the ranks is Kyle Joseph who got his full first debut on Tuesday night at Blackpool. The 19 year old Scottish Youth International played an amazing part in the game, linking up well with the team and especially Joe Garner up front.

He nearly scored a great goal and was instrumental in setting up chances throughout the game. Ultimately we lost the game but the signs this young lad showed gives us all hope that better results are just round the corner.

In an interview with Latics TV, Kyle said:

“It’s a proud moment for me and my family. First of all I’d like to thank my Mum and Dad for helping me get to this stage of my career because without their support I wouldn’t be in the position that I am.

“I’d also like to thank the Academy staff. Gregor Rioch has given me a chance at the club and Kenny Williams took me from playing football on the park as a very raw player to the Academy here. They’ve believed in me all the way and hopefully this can now be the start of something special.”

Unfortunately for Joseph and Latics, it was a narrow 1-0 defeat at Bloomfield Road, but the forward is taking the positives from the performance.

“It was disappointing for us not to get a result, but the one thing we can take from the game is that in terms of effort, we left everything out there.

“We worked hard and gave our all. We can’t dwell on the result, we’ve got to keep looking forward, keep our heads up and go again against Chorley on Sunday in the FA Cup.

“The first goal will come. I work on my finishing every day, so hopefully I’ll take one of these chances in the next few games.”

“Joe Garner is brilliant. I work with him and watch his movement in training. I’m trying to take parts of his game and add them to mine.

“We played off each other well, we seem to be on the same wavelength and hopefully we get to continue with this good partnership we’re creating.

“Joe’s played nearly 500 games in his career and scored a lot of goals – he’s someone I can work with and he’s going to be a big influence on my career moving forwards.”

“These games are creating great opportunities for lads like myself. We’ve all been waiting for these chances for a few years now.

“The Academy has been on the rise since Gregor came to the club and it’s been great.

“We’ve had to take a lot on the chin early on and we might be a bit early ahead of the usual development, but I think we’re taking to it like a duck to water.

“These opportunities are what we’ve been asking for, so now we’ve got to keep working hard, harder than we’ve done before.”

Elsewhere on Tuesday evening, Peter Murphy’s Under 18s won 5-0 against Harrogate Town in the first round of the FA Youth Cup at the DW Stadium. Joseph added:

“Congratulations to the 18s, hopefully they can kick on again and do better than what we did last season. It’s a great start for the lads.”

Want to Join The Supporters Club?

Wigan Athletic Supporters Club is a non-profit organisation which allows us to keep the costs low for travelling to away games, without compromising safety, comfort or security click here to apply.
Membership of the Supporters Club also gives extra benefits in the Wigan Athletic Supporters Club Bar, which provides a safe place for fans to go a couple of hours to chat and meet before most home games.

Click ‘Get involved’ for more information on the huge benefits of membership.

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Garner and Keane: The Firepower to Reinvigorate Wigan https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/garner-and-keane-the-firepower-to-reinvigorate-wigan/ Wed, 04 Nov 2020 11:06:26 +0000 https://www.wiganathleticsupportersclub.co.uk/?p=14557

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Wigan Athletic Supporters Club are based in the South Stand Suite. On match day, our doors usually open around 2 hours 30 minutes before the game starts. The latest news item is below, but please keep looking back on the website for all of our latest news.

Garner and Keane: The Firepower to Reinvigorate Wigan

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Garner and Keane

Although it’s an old-school cliché in football, attack is the best form of defence. Following a troublesome 2019-20 campaign, the Latics dropped into the third tier of English football, and manager Paul Cook resigned from his position. However, from a purely on-field perspective, there’s something of a reason for optimism, especially when you consider Wigan’s new-look attack. Having retained the services of Gavin Massey and Joe Garner, the 2013 FA Cup winners also signed Will Keane on a short-term deal. So, let’s consider whether prioritising attacking phases of play will be the best form of defence for Wigan.

A Need for Both to Deliver

Over the years, a number of Premier League greats have played for the Latics at the DW Stadium, albeit at the latter stages of their careers. From Jason Roberts to Emile Heskey, the Wigan faithful have become familiar with a certain standard from their strikers. Climbing back through the divisions in their pursuit of once again becoming a Premier League club won’t happen overnight, but the squad does boast a plethora of offensive talent.

At the time of writing, Garner is involved in a goal in every 3.5 matches. The 32-year-old has played over 70 games for Wigan since arriving from Ipswich in August 2018, in which time he’s scored 15 goals and assisted a further five. Crucially, as per his profile at Transfermarkt, he’s a proven League One striker, having found the net on 71 occasions in 175 third-tier games. If the 32-year-old can find his form, then he has the ability to steer Wigan clear of relegation. As of November 4th, Garner is 33/1 in the football betting to win the golden boot in League One come the end of the season. 

Keane, on the other hand, will be hoping to find a home at the DW Stadium. Across his first five matches of the 2020-21 season, the former Manchester United academy player has already clinched much-needed points for the Latics, scoring the equalising goal in Wigan’s 1-1 draw with Plymouth Argyle.

Sustaining League One Status

Come the end of the ongoing season, the primary goal has to be to retain their place in the third tier of English football. Although the last few years have been somewhat unforgiving to the Latics, achieving short-term goals will provide the foundations to target long-term success, even in spite of times of uncertainty. Seven years ago, Wigan were playing in Europe for the first time in their history, yet the focus now has to be on avoiding the drop, as opposed to reaching the heights of club football.

Steering clear of the relegation zone is an achievable task for Wigan in 2020-21. Although it will be a tightly-contested battle between a number of teams, the Latics have the firepower to avoid falling further down the divisions. Historically, established goalscorers have single-handedly kept sides teams up and, for the foreseeable future, Wigan have Garner to turn to.

Offensive Expression and Freedom is Needed

Very rarely are there any instances where clichés perfectly fit the bill. That said, attack does look like the best form of defence for the Latics. While their leading strikers may be out of form, taking the game to their opponents will yield positive results, especially with players of the pedigree of Garner and Keane.

Want to Join The Supporters Club?

Wigan Athletic Supporters Club is a non-profit organisation which allows us to keep the costs low for travelling to away games, without compromising safety, comfort or security click here to apply.
Membership of the Supporters Club also gives extra benefits in the Wigan Athletic Supporters Club Bar, which provides a safe place for fans to go a couple of hours to chat and meet before most home games.

Click ‘Get involved’ for more information on the huge benefits of membership.

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