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Roberto Martinez Fans Forum Pt 6






Last week Wigan Athletic manager Roberto Martinez sat down with representatives from several Latics fans websites and had a discussion about all things Latics, the season just gone, new recruits, outgoing players, team morale and the future, amongst other things.

Rather than write my take on it all I thought it would be better if the people it was intended for, the Latics supporters, listened to what the boss had to say first hand, so I have decided to post sections of my recording of the forum onto youtube in roughly 10 minute slots, here`s the sixth and final episode:



A massive thanks to Latics Head of Media Ed Jones for setting it all up, the clubs CEO Jonathan Jackson for also getting involved and answering questions openly, to the guys from the 'other' websites for their questions and humour, but most of all to the most unique manager in the Premier League who is prepared to give his time at several points throughout the season to talk, no holds barred, with supporters, to let them know where the club is at and answer sometimes the most probing questions, thank you very much to Roberto Martinez, I cant imagine any other Prem boss doing this.

Part one can be heard here

Part two can be heard here

Part three can be heard here

Part four can be heard here

Part five can be heard here



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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 2 2011

Time: 12:02AM

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Fantastic stuff Senor Martinez
worbo
i was going to comment once i listened to all of it. one word . class!
Catterall
brilliant
R-Wigan
 

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