Wigan Athletic currently find themselves 22nd in the Championship, and at risk of being relegated back to the EFL League One. This would be the third time the club has found itself in the English third tier in the last decade, following the downward trend in performance after dropping out of the Premier League in 2013.
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The league table apart, Wigan Athletic fans have quite a lot to look forward to for the rest of this season, after back to back wins over the Yorkshire mob see us brimming with confidence.
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Once a Premier League and FA Cup winning side, Wigan Athletic now seem to be a side in trouble in the Championship if you believe the stories on the net. Sitting 22nd in the second tier, Latics have been back-and-forth from the Championship to League One in recent seasons and it looks as though this may well be the case once more unless we can keep the form of the last couple of games up.
As we hit another transfer deadline day, what can we see happening at Wigan Athletic? Usually we are very busy in the January opening, but this year hasn’t even begun. So will there be anybody new appearing at Elland Road as we take on Leeds United?
Happy New year from all at Cockney Latic and for those that made the trip to St Andrew’s it started off with a bang. Latics 3-2 winners, away from home.
What a difference a few injuries (and last-minute losses) make to a team’s performances!!!!
Wigan Athletic seem to be heading towards another season of away day blues, with just 2 wins in nearly 18 months away from home, how will we progress.
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Wigan Athletic are seemingly embroiled in a battle to remain in the Championship for the second season on the bounce. The Latics avoided the drop last term due to a fine run of form towards the end of the campaign, losing only one of their final nine matches.
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The winners of the FSA’s first Fans for Diversity Awards have been announced. The awards were created to celebrate the work that individuals and fan groups do throughout the football pyramid and across the country.
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After a strong finish to the 2018-19 season, things seemed to be looking up for Wigan. Latics went unbeaten in their last five games, winning three and drawing two for eleven valuable points that took them comfortably away from the drop zone.
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A new Championship season brings new hope among the Latics faithful. Staying up last year was no mean feat by Paul Cook and his men. In truth, the Latics were never in danger of falling into the drop zone throughout 2018/19 – thanks largely to some catastrophic seasons for Ipswich and Bolton alike.
It was a tense end to the Championship season for Wigan Athletic last time out, as our reputation of strong finishers once again came to the fore to spare the blushes of relegation to League One.