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Di Santo Looking To Get Back On Track



Wigan Athletic striker Franco Di Santo say's that the Latics need to be ready to face Fulham this weekend and get Saturday's defeat against Manchester United out of their system

The Latics had a poor showing in the second half at Old Trafford and ended up on the wrong end of a 4-0 score line, Di Santo say's the players are very disappointed with the way they played and are determined to put it right come Saturday

Over the past few months the Latics have been very attack minded, the Argentine hit man identifies this as the way to get about Fulham, he also say's getting a good result at the DW this weekend is important to make the fans happy

Speaking to Latics Player Di Santo said - 'We have to be ready for Fulham'

'We have to try and forget about the defeat (Manchester United) and concentrate on the Fulham game'

'We were very disappointed with the way we played on Saturday, that isn't how we normally play and it is something we have to try to fix'

'We will try to get back to the way we play best, attack the other team, if we do well at home this makes the fans happy'


Franco and the boys looking for some home comfort

By permission of Bernard Platt/Wigan Athletic



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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 19 2012

Time: 10:58AM

Your Comments

Tough game against Fulham, they're always a bit of a bogey team for us, add to this they are in fine form, but 3 points at home will give the team a nice boost following that 2nd half last weekend
worbo
Has he penned a new deal yet? Come on, Franco!
fourthamigo
Still in talks apparently, agree c'mon Franco get it signed lad
worbo
 

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