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So Far So Good

We asked you what you thought of Wigan Athletic's season so far, here are the results.

Well 65% thought the season had been Fantastic, while 5% thought merely Good was the best description.

3% were non-committal with OK, while 3% thought it has been Poor and 24% regarded it as Garbage. Although it must be said that most of the negative votes came around the time of the first tie with Arsenal and were therefore probably the work of interlopers rather than Latics fans.

Thank you to everyone who participated, look out for the new poll starting soon.




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Date:Wednesday January 18 2006

Time: 11:46AM

 

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