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12 minutes ago, barrycowdrill said:

They came in quite late. Had a Spanish mob leading the chase for a while who had less money than these men

bought it, spent big to get promoted and expected one of 2 things - sell for a profit as a champ club or increase ST sales massively (reportedly the expected a 50% increase) 

either way their due diligence is worse than the EFLs 

Thats correct, Jose Garrido, who as now taken over as the major shareholder of Tenerife! Not good for Tenerife!

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21 hours ago, Rizlar said:

Do they not read what the owner said weeks ago wage bill as to be cut by a third and make better use of the youth teams ffs they are so deluded!! Watch this space because it would not surprise me if the players fail to be paid in the next few months . 

A big assumption there... the ability to read! :)

 

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54 minutes ago, bwfc2003 said:

As part of the 2022/23 Wigan Athletic season ticket package, all 2022/23 season ticket holders are entitled to TWO additional match tickets for the visit of Rotherham United to the DW Stadium on Monday 8 May (kick-off 3pm).

Over 15,000 have already secured their ticket for the final game of the season as Latics aim to head into a new chapter next season on a more positive note and it is a chance to show your support to Shaun Maloney's men for one final time this season.

Please note tickets are based on a first come, first serve basis. Once the stadium capacity is reached there will be no more tickets available.

Over 15k - surely thats bull shit!!!!!

So 5000 season ticket holders + 2 free tickets each=15000 

TINPOT 

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I actually fear for Wigan over the summer never mind next season because management will still have to pay wages despite having no income. They’re still tied in to some pretty big earners so unless they can offload those it’s going to put a severe strain on the owners purse.

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28 minutes ago, Whitesince63 said:

With Rotherham being safe now I can’t see anywhere near 5k travelling to Wigan. Most will have bought when still in the mix.

Won't matter. 

Tickets sold. See our recent family day gate getting washed out by south stand wankers and the like failing to show because it rained an hour before kick off. 

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43 minutes ago, Whitesince63 said:

I actually fear for Wigan over the summer never mind next season because management will still have to pay wages despite having no income. They’re still tied in to some pretty big earners so unless they can offload those it’s going to put a severe strain on the owners purse.

You fear  for Wigan?

I just hope they die.

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The beauty of this two extras for season ticket holders is that every single ST holder will feel entitled so will grab the tickets before they’ve given their social circle the opportunity to tell them to fuck off.

Can’t wait for the club to announce the crowd as 15000 and tv cameras pan around the ground showing about 4000 home supporters.

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4 hours ago, Whitesince63 said:

I actually fear for Wigan over the summer never mind next season because management will still have to pay wages despite having no income. They’re still tied in to some pretty big earners so unless they can offload those it’s going to put a severe strain on the owners purse.

..and the problem with any of this is?

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10 hours ago, Whitesince63 said:

I actually fear for Wigan over the summer never mind next season because management will still have to pay wages despite having no income. They’re still tied in to some pretty big earners so unless they can offload those it’s going to put a severe strain on the owners purse.

I have no fear whatsoever for Wigan.

They laughed at our demise and near none existence, I don't care a jot what happens to the tinpot numb A.F tossers.

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21 minutes ago, Ratwhite said:

I have no fear whatsoever for Wigan.

They laughed at our demise and near none existence, I don't care a jot what happens to the tinpot numb A.F tossers.

This. Their sense of grandeur caused by Man City underestimating them and the fact that, in their heads, their FA Cup win puts them higher up the footballing pyramid than our four due to dates.

Fuck the tinpot club and fuck the tinpot fans.

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20 hours ago, Whitesince63 said:

More likely straight through to League two for me. In fact it wouldn’t surprise me at all if they weren’t here next year because I wouldn’t have any confidence in their current owners sticking around and I doubt there’s a line of buyers waiting to take it off their hands?

Find it mental that on the League One 23/24 odds Sky have them as 10/1 Favs to win the league (of the teams confirmed in the division so far).

£10 on relegation will be smart money for me.

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13 hours ago, Whitesince63 said:

With Rotherham being safe now I can’t see anywhere near 5k travelling to Wigan. Most will have bought when still in the mix.

Would they not be celebrating staying up?

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