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Dave Whelan Cant See N'Zogbia Going Anywhere


Wigan Athletic chairman Dave Whelan says that there has been a couple of clubs hot on the heals of Latics star man Charles N`Zogbia but he also revealed that Charlie doesn`t want to go anywhere.

Speaking to Latics Player Dave Whelan was asked if there would be any out goings to which he replied, that there had been enquiries for N`Zogbia, but said the little Frenchman wanted to stay put and that made him delighted that Charlie will be staying at the club

Dave Whelan said: "We have had a couple of clubs chasing Zoggy, but Zoggy wants to stay.

"We are delighted he wants to stay, so I cant see anything happening"






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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 30 2011

Time: 2:24PM

Your Comments

Lets hope he does stay Dave, till the end of the season at least
worbo
If we are to avoid relegation (which I doubt) losing Charlie would be the final nail in the coffin. The whole season now rests on his shoulders. with him there is a very slim chance, without him it will be a case of set the satnav to Watford, Millwall and other grounds I thought we had seen the back of. Still no signs of the striker the CEO said we were getting in to replace Bosselli. Is he a tory by any chance?
Standish mon
Lib Dem I think
worbo
A good strong striker is a must.
WN1
10 hours to go and no signs of anyone coming in. If he doesnt sign a striker there will be a lot going out come May, players and supporters alike. There seems to be no attempt being made to keep us in the Prem. Im sick of hearing Roberto come out with the same old tripe after every game, he needs a reality check. For gods sake man get a grip and stop treating the supporters as idiots.
Standish mon
 

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