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What The Bosses Said - Latics 4-1 Hull City


Following yesterdays game at the DW Stadium between Wigan Athletic and Hull City both managers spoke to the press about the game, lets see what they had to say:

Latics boss Roberto Martinez:

'Charlie (N`Zogbia) is a world-class player. I think this season we have seen consistency in his play and that is very pleasing.

'He played fantastically well and made a huge difference. His attitude was very good and his football is something the fans would pay money to watch.

'With such atrocious conditions I would not blame anyone for not taking the risk to come.

'But I am pleased with the fans that were in the ground. They were really passionate and I am sure they enjoyed a good second half.'



Hull boss Phil Brown:

'I don't like the way we played in the second half and I would like to apologise to the fans. The second-half performance wasn't acceptable.

'A lot of people talk about the FA Cup still having its magic but when you look at the size of the crowd it was a poor turnout. It was a poor turnout from us in the second half as well.

'As a manager I was very comfortable at half-time, probably the most comfortable I have felt. I felt we controlled the game and defended well when we needed to.

'In the second half, for some reason, that went by the wayside. The threat of N'Zogbia's pace on the left-hand side seemed to be a constant thorn in our side and we didn't deal with it sufficiently.'





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Date:Sunday January 3 2010

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