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DW Stadium

25/01/11 7:45pm

Attendance: 16,442

Referee: Jon Moss

Wigan AthleticAston Villa
McCarthy 80 minsAgbonlahor 49, A. Young (pen) 62mins
Al-Habsi     Friedel    
Boyce     66 Cuellar    
Gohouri     Collins    
S. Caldwell     Dunne    
Figueroa     Baker    
Thomas     66 Downing    
McArthur     Reo-Coker    
McCarthy     85 A. Young     57
N'Zogbia     Makoun     88
Rodallega     Agbonlahor     77
Di Santo     Bent    
Substitutes
Pollitt     Marshall    
McManaman     Pires    
Diame     85 Albrighton     77
Moses     Petrov     57
Stam     66 Herd     88
Watson     66 Delfouneso    
Gomez     Heskey    
Game Statistics
19
Goal Attempts
11
8
On Target
10
7
Corners
4
10
Fouls
13
2
Yellow Cards
3
0
Red Cards
0
45
%
55

Writer:Barry Worthington
Date:Tuesday January 25 2011
Time: 11:08PM

Comments

0
We need to score goals
worbo
25/01/2011 23:09:00
0
11 on target goal attempts and onyl 1 goes in:-(
wigginer
25/01/2011 23:10:00
0
We need a new manager.
Gaz_Latic
25/01/2011 23:24:00
0
Hugo was useless and would never have scored, Watson, Thomas, Both Caldwell's, Gomez and the bloody manager would not make it in any good Championship side. Whelans ego with regards to Martinez will take this side down. The only good things about Wigan Athletic are N'Zogbia and the fans, that get slated every day about there numbers. No wonder watching this toothless team week in week out. Top striker or down simple
zeppelin123
26/01/2011 08:37:00
0
No Villa fans on here bragging? Now that's a surprise!
Bluedub
26/01/2011 12:42:00
0
Glad to see people are starting to come round to my way of seeing things. I have been saying all this season and last that Rodellega is about as much use as boobs on a nun. His first touch is the worst I have ever seen for a striker, he cant head and his shooting is woefull. His lack of talent along with most of the team goes a long way to explaining why the manager is regarded as one of the worst in the league. Him and the Chuckle brothers who masquarade as coaches need to go back to the Champinship where they belong. Being a season ticket holder for a number of years I feel I have been cheated this year by a manager who finds it impossible to change a playing system that clearly doesnt work. For those of you hoping for a good signing, ask yourself, would you come to a club that is almost certain to be relegated? Not a chance of any decent player coming, as per usual we will see some reject come in on loan. Anybody want a season ticket?
Standish mon
26/01/2011 16:02:00
0
has whelen chucked the towel in ? cant see us staying up this season ,not bringing any new players in, got a team of second rate players, his he selling the club off .apart from the odd 1r2 players the rest are champinship players cant see were are next win going to come from . ok we been in the prem for 5yrs but we have struggled every season fighting relagation .makes you wonder if sharner was right has whelen come to the end of the road ?????
BigBaxi
27/01/2011 16:04:00
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