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The voters on the last poll on Vital Wigan opted for a home win for the Latics in the game against West Ham and yes they were right

The Latics won the game by one goal to nil but should have been two or three up by the end of the game and Valencia hit both posts with a thundering shot

Marcus Bent missed the target completely with only Robert Green (WHU Keeper) to beat and Anton Ferdinand somehow got the ball out from under his crossbar with Bent closing him down

What the poll asked - Who will win on Saturday

How you voted - Latics win 68%, West Ham win 18%, Draw 14%

Current Poll - Whilst we are talking about the West Ham game there were some great displays from the lads

Scharner was a rock at the back and he had an absolute stormer of a match, Michael Brown was his usual self, all over the pitch and in the face of the entire West Ham side

Wilson Palacios showed us why Bruce was prepared to let Denny Landzaat go last week, he gave a ferocious display and had some nice touches on the ball, both Antonio Valencia and Mario Melchiot were class today so there are a few candidates for - 'Latics man of the match in the West Ham game?`

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

The poll can be accessed on the right side of this page

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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday February 2 2008

Time: 7:39PM

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Got to be Scharner, he was awesome today both at the back and at set pieces, on one occasion he ran half the length of the pitch carving his way through the West Ham players
worbo
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02/02/2008 19:43:00

well done on beating that cockney ****e!
merlin
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02/02/2008 19:44:00

Cheers merlin, pleased you like the result
worbo
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02/02/2008 19:46:00

Scharner, Palacios and Melchiot in that order. Who are the muppets voting for the 2 subs??
number6
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02/02/2008 21:33:00

Hm.....???
Bosko-Macedonia
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03/02/2008 01:08:00

 

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