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Wigan fight on after first home win since August - Wigan Athletic 2 Brighton 1

Latics kept their slim hopes of Championship survival alive with a 2-1 victory against Brighton and Hove Albion at the DW Stadium.

Wigan had not won at home in 18 fixtures and defeat to fellow strugglers Brighton would have condemned them to a second relegation in only three seasons. 432 more words

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Wigan 2, Brighton 1

Saturday 18th April 2015, 4.10pm (day 1,332)

Back in November 2013 I mentioned that the town of Wigan had lost a chance to appear on the blog (preferring on the day a picture of… 62 more words

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12th Man: Seven to save our season

This weekend’s international break gives Wigan time to take stock and prepare for the big challenge ahead. After the internationals Latics will have seven critical games in the space of only 30 days in which to avoid relegation. 531 more words

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Going to the match

Saturday 21st March 2015, 2.40pm (day 1,304)

Ewood Park, home of Blackburn Rovers FC, is the ground ahead — one of only three grounds used in the very first season of the Football League (1888) that is still in use, so there’s a bit of history to it. 39 more words

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Albania to Southport, via Brighton - with Attila the Stockbroker

It’s been some journey for Attila the Stockbroker, who publishes his autobiography Arguments Yard later this year, with little to suggest he’s slowing down.

This is the radical performance poet and musician who toured East Germany four times before the Wall came down and was part of the first punk performance in Stalinist-era Albania. 3,608 more words


Walsall player 293. John "Jack" Eyres

John “Jack” Eyres (20 March 1899 – 1975) was an English footballer who played in the Football League for Bristol Rovers, Brighton & Hove Albion, Walsall, York City and Stoke City. 140 more words


Goal Breakdown in the Championship

There are various ways in which football teams score their goals, but how are each team in the Championship scoring their goals? You would usually think that the teams towards the top of the table would play the best football and score most of their goals through open play, while teams at the bottom score most of their goals on the counter attack or make the most out of set pieces. 455 more words

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