Tag Archives: Wigan Athletic

Nick Powell Loan Watch 2013-14: October At Wigan Athletic

By Kieran Heapy (Wigan Athletic supporter) Wigan Athletic 3-1 NK Maribor – Thursday, 3 October 2013 It was a great start to the month for Nick, a man of the match performance from the midfielder/forward as he lead the Latics line in the Europa League. He managed to bag two goals and dominated a well […]

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Ryan Tunnicliffe Loan Watch 2013-14: September At Ipswich Town

By Dan George (Ipswich Town supporter) Good Morning, Good… ah you know the rest! What did September bring us? Well, four games and nine points which isn’t half bad going in the Championship, if anything it was a month mostly lived by the Big Mick mantra of win your home games then be hard to […]

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Nick Powell Loan Watch 2013-14: September At Wigan Athletic

By Kieran Heapy (Wigan Athletic supporter) Leicester City 2-0 Wigan Athletic – Saturday, 14 September 2013 Powell started on the bench for this one as the team returned to action following the International break. However, he was soon introduced in the second half when he got the nod from Owen Coyle to take to the […]

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Wigan Fan Discusses Tom Cleverley’s Loan Spell

By Baz, an author from Vital Latics. When I heard that the Latics were about to sign Manchester United youngster Tom Cleverley I admit that I thought Tom who? Cleverley was one under the radar so to speak but I can tell you he most definitely left his mark in Wigan and I certainly know […]

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Wigan Athletic Fan Discusses Tom Cleverley: December Loan Watch

Latics played four games in December with Manchester United’s Tom Cleverley prominent in each. The month started off with a home draw against Stoke City, Latics had to come from behind twice in a game they actually dominated, Cleverley scoring the second of the Latics goals with a sweetly struck shot on 40 minutes, which […]

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Loan Watch (November): Wigan Athletic Fan On Tom Cleverley

During November the Latics had six games, two of which Tom Cleverley was ineligible for, Manchester United for obvious reasons and Arsenal in the Carling Cup, due to the fact that Fergie didn’t want him cup tied (wouldn’t have mattered after all), of the remaining four the young midfield man was an unused sub at […]

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