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.

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

Step Forward – Callum

Callum McManaman and Paul Cook

I know this international break has only been for two weeks but for me personally, it already feels like a lifetime. I’ve not seen us in action since Nottingham Forest at home due to work. So with a clear weekend ahead I can’t wait to get to Euston and head over to West London. Brentford

Home comforts

Home comforts

I said after the defeat to QPR it was important we bounced back on our own pitch, and Latics did just that on a Saturday with a well earned three points against Paul Warne’s Rotherham. Our record at home in recent months, and since Paul Cook took over as manager is nothing short of remarkable.

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