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Paul Jewell Wigan Athletic 'Best Ever` Manager

Paul Jewell Wigan Athletic 'Best Ever` Manager

The final poll in the Vital Wigan 'best ever` series put Paul Jewell top of the managers with the Latics faithful and we are pleased to announce the Jeweller as Latics best ever manager.

Paul Jewell is a Latics legend; he played for the club and then went on to be the most successful manager in the clubs history taking the Latics from Division 2 obscurity to the promised land of the Premier League.

For the record Paul Jewell received 45% of the votes, Steve Bruce was 2nd with 29% and Ray Mathias 3rd with 5%.

So the best ever Latics are as follows:

Best Ever Keeper - Chris Kirkland

Best Ever Full-Back - Leighton Baines

Best Ever Centre-Half - Arry DeZeeuw

Best Ever Midfield Player - Jimmy Bullard

Best Ever Winger - Andy Liddell

Best Ever Forward - Emile Heskey

Best Ever Manager - Paul Jewell

Now that the best ever series is finished regular poster lythamlatic suggested that we should run a worst ever series, so we are going to do a worst ever Latics player and there have been loads!

For me it is the one and only Julius Aghahowa, what a waste of money he was.

The poll is on the right side of this page; if I have made a glaring error and missed some right donkey off the list please let me know

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Writer:Barry Worthington
Date:Friday July 18 2008
Time: 10:41PM

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Well done to Jewells and all the other winners of the best ever Latic. As for Aghahowa what a complete waste of £2 million
worbo
18/07/2008 22:53:00
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Best Ever Keeper - Chris Kirkland Best Ever Full-Back - Joe Hinnegan Best Ever Centre-Half - Steve Walsh Best Ever Midfield Player - Kevin Langley Best Ever Winger - Ian Purdie Best Ever Forward - Peter Houghton Best Ever Manager Harry Mc Nally As you can see mine are somewhat different
baskerville
18/07/2008 22:58:00
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So are mine but this is a democracy, at least you got Kirkie in there the only one I had was Jewell
worbo
18/07/2008 23:08:00
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I had Kirkland, De Zeeuw, Hinnigan, Bullard, Liddell, Houghton and Jewell. Interesting choice of Langley as best midfielder.
number6
18/07/2008 23:32:00
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langley had the class but not the bottle. Personal fav was Frank Corrigan
baskerville
19/07/2008 07:30:00
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Think you should add Paul Rogers in to the list - not because I thought he was teh worst ever, but he used to come in for more stick than I can remember from fans - then scored the winner in the windscreen wipers cup final.
lythamlatic
19/07/2008 11:54:00
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