Wigan Athletic 1-1 Peterborough United
Teams are going to see us as a scalp to be had and we need to be able to step up our game and perform. Unfortunately for a combination of reasons we weren’t quite able to do that against Peterborough yesterday and in the end the points went both ways.
Match Preview: Wigan Athletic vs Peterborough
The Posh look to be in freefall at the moment having lost five games in a row. That makes them a dangerous team to play right now, will their poor form continue or will they spring into life. It is hard to tell just what they will do.
Monthly Preview: March 2016
March ear marks the anniversary of one David Sharpe taking the reigns at the club and what a 12 months it has been so far. Now comes the final push towards promotion with a serious of tricky games to come.
Millwall 0-0 Wigan Athletic
This for me was going to be the toughest test of our credentials that we would have for a while. The team stood up to them and came away with a very hard fought point, a point which could prove the difference come the end of the season.
Monthly Review: February 2016
February will go down as the month that this Wigan Athletic team laid down the gauntlet of looking to catch the top of the table. With the other teams beginning to falter we turned up the heat.
Wigan Athletic 0-0 Oldham Athletic
A stalemate at the DW Stadium as the realization of how tough this league can be came crashing down on the Wigan faithful. Yet a hard and well earnt point for the men of Oldham.
Richard O'Donnell Departs for Bristol City
It looks like Gary Caldwell and Mr Sharpe are on a clear out mission at the moment as another player leaves the club.
Wigan Athletic vs Sheffield United
It has felt a life time since the last ball was kicked by a Wigan player, yet it was only five days ago. Since out 3-2 win over Gillingham we have strengthened our squad and can now look ahead to tonight’s home clash with Sheffield United.
Sunday 10th January Weekly Round Up
Has been a busy week for Wigan Athletic since the opening of the transfer window and if the talk in the newspapers are to be believed it could be even busier.
Wigan Athletic Complete Signing of Yanic Wildschut
We knew a deal was close to being done, and we can now confirm that it has been. Wigan Athletic have signed their man with Yanic Wildschut completing a permanent deal to the club.
Wigan Athletic Clinch Danny Whitehead Deal
The former West Ham United and Stockport County midfielder has become Wigan Athletics’ second signing of the January transfer window as Gary Caldwell and his backroom staff look to the future.
Wigan Athletic 3-2 Gillingham FC
I am not quite sure how we managed it but last night we managed to bag three very important points and what a way to win the game it was!
Wigan Wanting Wildschut
It has been no secret that Latics and Gary Caldwell have wanted to keep hold of attacker Yanic Wildschut. The Dutchman has been a revelation since coming to Wigan Athletic and his dynamic style of attack has terrorized defences this season.
Wigan Sign Teenage Goalkeeper
Wigan completed their first signing of the transfer window and it is a young 19 year old goalkeeper from Torquay.
Monthly Preview: January 2016
The New Year may have started, with a 1-1 draw away at Scunthorpe United, yet there is plenty more to come from a month that could be critical in the outcome of our season. Big games against teams above and around us means that we have a chance to ma
Match Report: Scunthorpe United 1-1 Wigan Athletic
Another way game for the festive period and out first of 2016, would the game bring all we wished it could have? That is up for debate as Wigan created chance after chance only to see them fail to go into the back of the net.
Monthly Review: December 2015
As December, and 2015, draw to a close I take a look back at a month which has seen the teams form stabilise after a stormy November period.
Match Report: Fleetwood Town 1-3 Wigan Athletic
The last game of 2015 and after mixed form of the past month of so Wigan Athletic are looking to get back on track. With the Boxing Day game postponed Wigan were fresher going into this game and Gary Caldwell was looking for a response.
Wigan Athletic vs Shrewsbury Town
Wigan will look to keep the momentum going with this weekend’s home tie as we take on a Shrewsbury side struggling to find some form.
Rochdale 0-2 Wigan Athletic
Last weekend’s game against Rochdale was a chance to make it ten unbeaten games in the League. Following an up and down week previously you wondered just who Gary Caldwell would pick to be in his starting 11.
A Tale of Two Ties
One week and two cup games. The team progressing in one competition and in the other we failed miserably as we crashed out. The surprising thing was the variety in our performances from one game to another.
Bury FC vs Wigan Athletic
The third meeting of these teams this season and already Bury have the advantage having beat Wigan Athletic in the League Cup earlier in the season. Hopefully Wigan can change that in this game and get revenge for that defeat.
Monthly Preview: November 2015
After the impressive month of October where we went unbeaten for the entire time, Gary Caldwell and his men have to keep up the work. November brings the chance to progress in two cups, as well as in the League.
Monthly Review: Adulation in Autumn
A month which start with a game against top of the table Walsall with us languishing around mid-table, to a month which has seen us end in the top 6 and going the entire month unbeaten picking up an incredible 12 points from six games.
Wigan Athletic 1-0 Swindon Town
Keeping the moment up is key if we want to challenge at the top of table. With the teams around us playing each other and us playing a team down at the bottom.
Bradford City 1-1 Wigan Athletic
Three games in a week and Wigan come away with seven points having scored nine and conceded only three. Not a bad return really and shows the jumps in performances that the team is making right now.
Bradford City vs Wigan Athletic
Two back to back wins and unbeaten in seven, can the club keep it up against an improving Bradford team away at Valley Parade. The optimist in me says that the team in its current form could do anything, however this is Wigan Athletic.
Peterborough United 2-3 Wigan Athletic
After the emphatic weekend win the fans and team were very much expectant to keep the form going. Gary Caldwell made no changes going into the game, the team looked ready and raring. Question was could they supply the end product.
Wigan Athletic 5-0 Colchester United
Yes you did read the title right, Wigan Athletic managed to bag five goals at the weekend in what you can only hope will be a kick start to the season.
Crewe Alexander vs Wigan Athletic
The second of three knock out cup competitions we are in this year, and this one is our best chance of winning anything. Ahead of the game Gary Caldwell has said he won't make drastic changes. I am kind of hoping he does.