The new Mudhutter is now on sale!

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Issue 33 of your loved and loathed in equal measure Mudhutter hits the streets this weekend and this is a customary note designed to further heighten your interest in said product.


We’ve kept the price at £1.50, well we’ve had to, there’s a RECESSION ON but somehow attempted to retain the quality and this first issue of the season contains all your favourite regular features from Les Bagg to Will Philkinson mixed in with savage attacks on Bolton celebrities and childhood memories of playing taplatch.


We throw some more half baked ideas and campaigns to get the crowds up, look at value for money in football and set the scene for the forthcoming season. And there’s probably some other stuff which I wouldn’t like to spoil the surprise for, in other words, I can’t remember what it is.


Anyway, our dedicated, slightly dishevelled looking sales force will be out this Saturday from 11am around the ground: on the bridge, opposite Rigalettos, in the South Stand Bar trying to get you dedicated match going Wigan Athletic fans to part with your cash.


If you should happen to have a ‘prior engagement’ this Saturday, of which we’ll say no more *taps side of nose* then you’ll be pleased to here that we are continuing to stock in Waterstones, Sparks Newsagent opposite Wallgate station and the Brick (possibly)

And if you simply can’t be bothered leaving the house, you can also buy this issue online here although our pushy sales director has also asked me to point out that it is much economical to take out a subscription here so long as we somehow contrive to churn out five issues this season.


With final thanks to all those who contributed and a quick nudge to the sellers to be there at eleven bells, probably wearing your new trainees.



The Mudhutter team


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