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Charles N`Zogbia Man of The Match


Wigan Athletic attacking midfield man Charles N`Zogbia was voted the Latics man of the match in Wednesday nights narrow loss at Anfield against Liverpool by visitors to Vital Latics.

N`Zogbia had a good game and scored a great solo goal late one to give Martinez` men a glimmer of hope in a game that we should have got something out of but it wasn`t to be.

For the record the voting went:

Charles N`Zogbia - 53%
Momo Diame - 13%
Maynor Figueroa - 13%

The new poll is available for you to vote in and is situated on the right side of this page, with the local derby against Bolton coming up on Monday night the poll is asking what do we think the result will be.

Bolton had a good result in the week against West Ham and their confidence will be up whilst the Latics have been strong at home recently barring the Birmingham game which we should have had won in the first half any way.

I think the game will be a tight scrappy affair but I see the Latics coming away with a 1-0 win, courtesy, dare I say it, of a Jason Scotland goal, now that would be an early Christmas present.






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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday December 19 2009

Time: 11:29AM

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Playing well this season, keep it up Charlie
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