Sixy Talk: Relishing Saturday

Sixy Talk: Relishing Saturday

Who can remember the fourth of August, eh? There was sun (probably, it was August), a scoring frenzy and Sheffield Wednesday. Things haven’t gone exactly to plan for Latics since that first day of the season and chances are that things will be totally different as Latics travel to Sheffield with the threat of snow

Worrying times

Worrying times

It’s a worrying time for Wigan Athletic and by far the most worrying time of Paul Cook’s reign so far. I use the term worrying for a few reasons – our form is clearly a worry but equally the distinct lack of confidence that has been evident in the home matches against first Birmingham and

Cook Off

Cook Off

A Paul Cook fan writes… There’s managers who get it, and there’s managers who don’t and I’m fairly sure Paul Cook does. There’s managers who come in and win stuff and managers who just talk a good game, and I’m always prepared to give the former more chance than the latter. Losing two home games

Doing it the hard way

Doing it the hard way

Wigan Athletic do make it hard for us don’t they? Another away day, another loss and another Saturday evening left scratching our heads wondering how we lost that. I mentioned last week that we had to guard against going to Portman Road expecting that Ipswich would roll over for us. Their terrible home record looked

Start as we mean to go on

Will Grigg

Five points, three games and three games unbeaten. Many will think last week could have gone a lot better others will think that we’ve finally turned the corner after a poor autumn. Either way I think there’s a lot to be positive about going forward. Hopefully we’ve started December as we mean to go on.

Melting Mowbray meets the Down and Outs

Melting Mowbray meets the Down and Outs

What to make of Wednesday night? Well I thought our goals were very scruffy, and we treated the Blackburn players very shabbily, persistently manhandling them and fouling, whilst they were playing by far the better football throughout the game. Whoops, my apologies – I thought I was Tony Mowbray then for a second! Seriously, what

Back on it!

Back on it!

There’s getting back on it, and there’s getting back on it. Wednesday night was definitely the latter. What an emphatic way to get your first win in six matches and in the process rub it in, against those Lancashire rivals who we got one over last season. The signs of a turn around in fortunes

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