The Bux Stops Here

The Bux Stops Here

Well, Tuesday night was a turn up for the books? Or a turn up for the BUX if you prefer! (You can use that next time he scores, Mr Kendrick)

I have perhaps been guilty of lacking a bit of faith in performances away from home. It’s been evident all season that we struggle to go to big grounds especially on wintry midweek nights and carry out our plan of either dominating the play (Caldwell) or contain and counter (Joyce).

Sixy Talk: Cottage Pie

Sixy Talk: Cottage Pie

It’s hard to believe that it’s 20 (TWENTY) years since we pipped Fulham to the ‘old’ Football League Third Division title, by virtue of Graeme Jones’s record 31 league goals in a season. (Whatever happened to him?) [In most seasons we would have been runners-up, but a temporary rule change which saw goals scored take precedence over

Why Always Us?

Why Always Us?

If you work for Wigan Athletic, don’t even think of asking for annual leave on 31st January. Ever. I can’t decide whether it’s great planning or terrible planning that we always seem to have so many ins and outs on deadline day but we can certainly have no complaints that it’s boring.

Who? [Pt. 2]

Who? [Pt. 2]

Following on from last night’s Part 1 , we bring you Part 2 of our EXCLUSIVE look at our new signings. Mikael Mandron Mikael Mandron was quite literally working as a waitress in a cocktail bar –  “Southampton’s premier transvestite experience” Cock/Tailz, when he was plucked from the obscurity of the National League (Is that the

Who? [Pt. 1]

Who? [Pt. 1]

If you didn’t sleep straight through the last 24 hours, you’ll already be well aware that there were a number of new faces parachuted into the DW Stadium yesterday, all joining up with Warren Joyce’s bunch of merry men… For many of you, there will have been plenty of scratching of heads and mumbling “…never bloody

This Northern Casual

This Northern Casual

We weren’t about to buy two train tickets to manchester this week so we sent Jimmy on to the mean streets of Wigan with the difficult challenge of finding us a Manchester United fan to talk to.  As unlikely as it seems, he found one, Paul aka @NorthernCasual gives us a different perspective on Sunday’s FA Cup 4th Round tie….

CUP FEVER

CUP FEVER

Well, well Mr Joyce, with all these shiny gleaming wins you are really spoiling us. Apologies – if that sounds a bit like a chocolate advert featuring sharp suited ambassadors, well it’s not exactly by accident. As ever at Wigan Athletic, we go from feast to famine, and then feast again the last few weeks.

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