In my (I think I can use the word now) long association with Wigan Athletic there have been a couple of, in not constant then at least regular features. Strikers who don’t score as many goals as we want them to and players on their way down who either aren’t as arsed or just aren’t […]
Yes, we know what you thought, but we reckon this is worth a look all the same as This Northern Soul bring you the first set in a series of exclusive t-shirts for your delight, delictation and food stains. These three come with our classic TNS “Keep the Faith” logo, digitally printed on to 100% […]
Well it only took nearly twenty years but Mudhutter is now proud to present the digitally re-mastered Bryan Griffiths/Rude Kid classic t-shirt first launched in 1991.
The Mudhutter sold out again at the last home game but we have however kept some back to deal with online sales, many of which have been posted around the world already: New York, Sweden, WN5, you name it.
Takes the form of a daily diary from these two Latics stalwarts, with contributions from several well known fanzine figures. Entertaining read for both fans who experienced that same nerve jangling, rollercoaster of a season, and anyone interested in hearing what real fans experienced in one, extraordinary footballing year. Hysterically funny in parts, strangely poignant […]
Simple to make and always to be enjoyed, the recipes in Pie show you how to master the basic art of pastry making and then how to transform even the most frugal filling into a luxury. This is one of the best cookery books I have seen in a long time. The book is a […]
Its a book about the grit and determination of a handful of stalwarts who kept the dream alive against a back-drop of anti-football bias in the towns own council, and its a book about the die-hard supporters following their team in the face of derision and disaster until the final incredible journey from obscurity to […]
David Goodman was born into a footballing family. His grandfather, a lifelong Hull City fan, lived on North Road, just behind the ‘Best Stand’ at Boothferry Park, and his dad is still a season ticket holder at local rivals Grimsby Town. Born in Hull, David began following City in the early seventies as the Tigers, […]
He covers his early years at home in Balaguer and subsequently with Real Zaragoza in detail, what comes thro’ in the book is his deep love and knowledge of the game coupled with modesty about his own prowess on the field. He touches on his time at Walsall and the turbulent goings on at Motherwell […]
This in itself is reason enough to purchase the book, as the reader gets a real feel as to how Wigan Athletic FC really was in those far away non league days. However, Ken’s frequent jaunts to Springfield Park are only part of the story. It also tells of the growing pains of a surly […]