Plugging Away

Plugging Away

Last chance to subscribe to Mudhutter We have just a few copies of Mudhutter issue 64 left which are now available to buy online here: https://mudhutter.co.uk/product/mfe-issue-64 The latest issue looks at the much maligned Checkatrade trophy, festive football, Haigh Hall, Wigan life and loads of other stuff. We are also still open for subscriptions and you

Is that the Programme?

Is that the Programme?

Here we go again and they say the sun always shines on the righteous, so I don’t know what that means with the latest issue of the Mudhutter going on sale tomorrow. Yes, Issue 64 is about to hit the streets and we’ve got 44 pages full of new, great content from new contributors and

Time for a Sub?

Time for a Sub?

Last chance to subscribe to Mudhutter   It’s last chance saloon at MFE Towers as we have just three copies of Issue 63 left following bumper sales which held up surprisingly well following our demise into the third tier once more.   You can order a full subscription for the 2017/18 season here: https://www.mudhutter.co.uk/product/mfe-subscription-2017-18/  

New season, same old drivel

New season, same old drivel

The Mudhutter is back with a bang to welcome you into a new season with the usual mix of the diverse, light hearted and reflective pieces on all matters relating to Wigan Athletic and other random subjects of our choosing. There’s an in depth piece on the managerial instability that has plagued us over recent times,

Roll up, roll up…

Roll up, roll up…

It’s that time of year again. The fixtures are out and we, at The Mudhutter, are starting to plan ahead, as much as we can be bothered doing anything of the sort.

Anyway, the good news is that you can now take out a five issue subscription for the 2017/18 season at the same price as last year. That price is £10 including free postage for five printed issues delivered to your doorstep by a cheerful, whistling postman.

THE APRIL MUDHUTTER COMETH

THE APRIL MUDHUTTER COMETH

It’s that time again, time for another Mudhutter to hit the streets. And as ever, we give you an irreverent mix of the past, present and future. There’s certainly plenty of deliberation as to how we’ve got to where we are and what the landscape may look like next season. We also take a look

Choose Life

Choose Life

Choose empty seats. Choose Brenda Spencer doing her big shop. Choose slagging off one manager  but getting behind the other, three at the back, one striker and not four four f***ing two. Choose train cans and tapas. Choose your favourite left back. Choose chingalings. Choose ugg boots and a ‘Martinez Out’ sign. Choose a player calling a fan a ‘strap on’. Choose 1932, 1978, 2005 and 2013. Choose “Up The f***in’ Tics”, nacking Wallgate and stopping a bus. Choose missing kick off and being back in the pub by half time. Choose selling your best player every January and replacing him with someone you’ve never even heard of. Choose broken legs and statues. Choose Jordi Gomez. Choose a last minute winner in the FA Cup Final. Choose the Mudhutter.

New Mudhutter on sale today

New Mudhutter on sale today

Yes, we’re back and it’s all a bit football specials, if Latics players were Game of Thrones characters, conspiracy theories, Twitter mafia, Admiral kits, from pizza advertisers to England coaches, Ninian Park, Championship Manager plus all the usual features: Bagg, Topping, Horseman and Tat. Still priced at two quid, it’s the usual cacophony of nonsense,

The Bluffers Guide to Club Cricket

The Bluffers Guide to Club Cricket

With apologies to the TPAN continuity editor, here’s a piece that first appeared in the May 2016 issue of the Mudhuts Football Express when it was indeed the end of the football season…

Yes, the football season is still going on and Latics are doing their usual thing of keeping it interesting to the bitter end (can we get our request in for a relatively quiet, boring, fair-to-midtabling season next year now) but time waits for no man. The clocks have sprung forwards, people are moaning that it’s colder than it should be at this time of year and massive bags have started appearing all over our house which must mean that it’s the cricket season.

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