Mudhutter Fanzine Issue 31

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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.

Priced at just £1.50 (plus 50p postage and packing if you buy online) for which you get 44 pages with all the best opinions and prose on all the things you like to read about. We dissect the January transfer window, look back to a previous game against Man City from 40 years ago, we bring you the conclusion to Les Bagg’s epic tale of our first season in the league and discuss biscuits, Granddads and match day superstitions.

If you like that sound of that and want something to read during the vast chasm that seems to exist between our games in March then simply click the button below to buy.

Your Mudhutter is literally packed with articles and features carefully brought to you by our contributors keeping fan culture alive at Wigan Athletic in 2011 for you to enjoy. There are still a handful available in the pubs and shops and you can also buy the Mudhutter off the gentlemen who runs the programme stall on Robin park car park

Mudhutter is on sale at a wide range of stockists throughout the Wigan area including Sparks Newsagents on Wallgate, Waterstones in the Grand Arcade and the Brickmakers Arms on Woodhouse Lanes.

As Roberto Martinez probably said when he read the Mudhutter recently ‘I see a lot of positives generally in life and football, but the Mudhutter is positively the best thing I’ve ever read. I’m positive about that!’

Once again a massive thanks for our contributors and match day sellers for putting in a shift and making the whole thing happen again and a special thanks to those people who continue to buy our fanzine and support what we do because without you, we probably wouldn’t bother.


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