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DW Stadium

Saturday, September 22nd, 2012

Premier League
Attendance: 19,284

Wigan Athletic

Fulham
1
2

Arouna Koné (90+1)
 
Hugo Rodallega (31), Damien Duff (68)
   
Aaron Hughes (45), Steve Sidwell (70), Chris Baird (90+4)
     
     
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Managers
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Players
 
WIGAN ATHLETIC
 
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 26  Ali Al-Habsi (G)
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 05  Gary Caldwell (D)
 77
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 17  Emmerson Boyce (M)
 77
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 21  Ivan Ramis (D)
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 31  Maynor Figueroa (D)
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 04  James McCarthy (M)
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 08  Ben Watson (M)
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 10  Shaun Maloney (M)
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 14  Jordi Gomez (M)
 62
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 22  Jean Beausejour (M)
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 02  Arouna Kone (F)
 90+1

Subs
 
 12  Mike Pollitt (G)
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 06  David Jones (M)
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 07  Albert Crusat (M)
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 16  James McArthur (M)
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 15  Callum McManaman (F)
 77
 
 19  Mauro Boselli (F)
 62
 
 32  Ryo Miyaichi (F)
 77
FULHAM
 
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 01  Mark Schwarzer (G)
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 03  John Arne Riise (D)
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 05  Brede Hangeland (D)
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 06  Chris Baird (D)
 90+4
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 18  Aaron Hughes (D)
 45
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 27  Sascha Riether (D)
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 07  Steve Sidwell (M)
 70
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 16  Damien Duff (M)
 68
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 31  Alex Kacaniklic (M)
 59
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 09  Dimitar Berbatov (F)
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 20  Hugo Rodallega (F)
 31
 89

Subs
 
 13  David Stockdale (G)
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 02  Stephen Kelly (D)
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 17  Matthew Briggs (D)
 89
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 08  Pajtim Kasami (M)
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 11  Bryan Ruiz (M)
 59
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 14  Giorgos Karagounis (M)
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 10  Mladen Petric (F)


League Stats
This was League game number 1505 for Wigan Athletic, made up of:

one Premiership: 271. (18.01%)
two Championship/Division 2: 92. (6.11%)
three League 1/Div 3: 782. (51.96%)
four League 2/Division 4: 360. (23.92%)

Total League record up to and including this game:

    This was League game number 3952 for Fulham, made up of:

one Premiership: 423. Division 1: 504. (23.46%)
two Championship/Division 2: 2079. (52.61%)
three League 1/Div 3: 644. Div 3S: 168. (20.55%)
four League 2/Division 4: 134. (3.39%)

Total League record up to and including this game:

P W D L F A GD GA Win Ratio
1505 588 407 510 2007 1884 123 1.07 39.07%
   
P W D L F A GD GA Win Ratio
3952 1469 1002 1481 5719 5594 125 1.02 37.17%
 
2012 /13

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ChrisfromShaw
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parkerphiliphotmailcom
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Kalumo
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Myself and my 10 year old son Luke decided on this adventure to take in the 92 league grounds and made Wigan our 1st venture.We set off with Luke''s best friend Joseph Gelhardt(joffy).joffy had recently signed schoolboy forms with Wigans Academy and the club gave him 3 complimentary tickets for the family enclosure which we were happy to take advantage of.We caught a train from Liverpool Lime Street Station to Wigan North Western.We sampled the local fish and chip shop outside the station and caught a taxi the short distance to the ground.Before a crowd of 19,284 Wigan old boy Hugo Rodallega opened the scoring for Fulham in the first half,Damien Duff added a second in the second half before Arouna Kone pulled one back late on for Wigan.Fulham held on and the game finished 2-1 to the away side.We decided to walk back to the train station and caught the train back to Liverpool.An enjoyable game and day to begin our adventure Programme £3
AidenAFCB
44
oasis1980
32
Game 33. In keeping with tradition i arranged this outing as my present for Alec''s birthday. I picked up Alec from Sutton station just before 10am and headed towards Wigan. As the journey progressed Alec narrowed down which ground we were visiting and eventually with about 20 mins to spare he got it. We parked in car park 4 and as we were so early we took our photos of the ground. We were allowed inside the stadium to take some photos. We then headed in to town. This took about 20mins. I had read a review about a pie shop called Garroways which we found. The pies were good. We then walked down to The Orwell at Wigan Pier. Here we had a pie, peas, chips and gravy for £3. As it was so nice outside we sat outside alongside the canal. We then walked back to the ground and visited the Marquee which is a bar for visiting supporters at the ground. We met a few people here who talked to us about the 92. The game itself was not the best. We had good seats near the half way line. Fulham took a 2-0 lead but never looked in trouble. Wigan got a late goal back but not good enough.
wiganer84
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wafcian
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