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Wigan Athletic - N'Zogbia is Exceptional


Wigan Athletic boss Roberto Martinez reckons that midfield ace Charles N`Zogbia is an exceptional talent and will be a huge threat to the opposition for the whole season.


N`Zogbia joined the Latics last January from Newcastle following a public spat with then Toon boss Joe Kinear who labelled the speedy wide man Charles Insomnia after some lack lustre displays in the North East

During his time in Lancashire though the Frenchman has been nothing short of a revelation and his boss at the Latics puts that down to the players confidence in his own ability

N`Zogbia has already turned in some man of the match performances this season and he is real quality every time he gets on the ball, speaking to the press Martinez said: "He`s an exceptional talent and we are trying to get someone with that talent enjoying their football.


"He`s going to be a threat and he`s been one for the whole campaign.


"We want that to continue.


"He`s such a talented boy. I haven`t seen him low in confidence or without arrogance, which you need.


"He wanted to be the best player at the club - and that`s a great approach."







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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday December 20 2009

Time: 10:51AM

Your Comments

Player of the season so far for me
worbo
Hendry Thomas is good player though
anggelo
He's been very important for us so far.
thayil
I'll 2nd that Worbo
Zakidaman
Ill... 3rd that??? What a legend.
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