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Wigan Poll Time Should Hutch Go?

Wigan Poll Time Should Hutch Go?

The voters on the last poll on Vital Wigan opted for a home win for Birmingham in yesterdays game at St.Andrews

They were right

Despite taking the lead twice, Latics still managed to throw away the points from what was classed as a must win game before kick-off

After such a bright start to the season it is becoming increasingly concerning as to where the next points will come from, Marcus Bent twice put Latics in front only for mistakes to allow Birmingham back in the game

Scharner handled in the area to gift Brum a penalty, this was followed by appalling marking at a corner allowing a Birmingham player a free header and Ridgewell the time to run in unmarked to score

The last goal that won the game for Birmingham again should have been stopped but the Wigan players by this stage (80 mins) looked very tired

What the poll asked - Who will win on Saturday

How you voted - Birmingham win 36%, Draw 33%, Latics win 31%

Current Poll - Whilst we are talking about yesterday`s game there is an issue that is hot on everyones lips but none talking about it publicly so we`ll take the plunge

Chris Hutchings was appointed Latics boss in May and I for one was very disappointed, I thought we had lost the chance to change things round at the club and shake it up by bringing in a new man.

But like all Latics fans once Hutch was in I was firmly behind him, and what a start he made, we played some neat football and low and behold went top of the table after just three games.

But then the false dawn was over and since the Sunderland game we haven`t looked like we can beat anyone, Bolton and Spurs have both acted to similar positions as ourselves by sacking their managers, so - 'Should Chris Hutchings get the sack?`

Let the poll do the talking before we do when it finishes.

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Writer:Barry Worthington
Date:Sunday October 28 2007
Time: 10:03AM

Comments

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Hutch, nice bloke that he is, manager he aint
worbo
28/10/2007 10:09:00
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Yet another good number 2 who is no good in charge
number6
28/10/2007 12:36:00
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