From The Outside In

From The Outside In

When Tom Gill turned 100 last season Hyder Jawad, deputy editor of Backpass magazine came to visit the DW stadium.  He’s kindly allowed us to share his thoughts on the day and on Wigan Athletic’s past, and present.  Thanks to Hyder and to Tony Topping for sorting this out for us.

Wigan Athletic’s existence has been, to my mind, an act of rebellion. Since their formation in the summer of 1932, the club has fought against nature, against culture, and against economics – and yet they are still here. Still winning Premier League matches. Still rebelling.

From Wigan with Style

From Wigan with Style

      The spectacular fireworks that followed Latics 4-1 win over the Pittsburgh Riverhounds provided a fitting finale for the first phase Owen Coyle’s  revolution  at Wigan. It is only around five weeks since the effervescent Scotsman took over at the club, but a lot has happened in that time. To be honest, Coyle’s appointment

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