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Tearful Scharner Confirms Latics Exit

Wigan Athletic defender come midfield man Paul Scharner has confirmed that he will be off to pastures new in the summer but says that he will be doing so with a tear in his eye.

Following yesterdays game at the DW Stadium the Austria international spoke to the press and told of his gratitude to Latics chairman Dave Whelan for giving him a chance to play in the Premier League and also to the Wigan fans for the way they took him to their hearts.

Scharner said he had lots of memories, too many to mention and he said that he was going home with tears in his eyes, Scharner said: 'This was the last game at the DW Stadium for me, that's true - as a Wigan player.

'Next season, I am looking for a midfield position but it's too early to say at which club. I am looking to stay in the Premier League.'

'I have lots of memories. I think we have to talk for another 30 minutes to cover all the stuff.

'First of all I have to say thank you to the chairman of Wigan Athletic for giving me the chance to play in the Premier League.

'And another thank you to the supporters. They created a nice song for me. It was very enjoyable and I go home with tears in my eyes.'


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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 4 2010

Time: 1:52PM

 

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