Wigan Athletic Football Club have put out a special offer for the DVD of last season’s campaign, not only that, but Roberto Martinez himself will be on hand to sign copies at the club shop

Latics manager Roberto Martinez will be at the Wigan Athletic club shop on Friday June 4 at 4.00pm to personally sign copies of the club’s brand new ‘WE DID IT THREE TIMES’ DVD.

Containing extended highlights of last season’s magnificent victories against Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal, The DVD also contains every Latics goal in the Barclays Premier League from 2009-10. Normally retailing at £15.99, 2010-11 Season Ticket Holders will be able to purchase the DVD for a bargain £5.99 only when purchased with their 2010-11 season ticket.

It will also be available on-line via the official DVD store at www.laticsdvds.co.uk and supporters can pre-order their copy now via the website and with your season ticket application form. The DVDs will be on sale in the club shop at the DW Stadium Saturday May 29. Roberto Martinez said: “Last season was definitely work in progress, and when you see those great victories again, they really set the standard for what we are looking to achieve here at Wigan Athletic.

“I really hope that the Latics fans enjoy these great moments in our history again but I hope there will be many more to come in the future!!”

The club also announced that there are further reductions on the replica shirt, it can now be grabbed for just £12.99 for an adult shirt, £7.99 for childrens.

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