In-demand manager Roberto Martinez will hold talks with his chairman Dave Whelan next week, before deciding on his future with Wigan Athletic.
According to Sky Sports, Whelan is still keen to hold onto his Spanish manager, despite their eight-year stay in the top flight ending last week with defeat at Arsenal.
Under Martinez, Wigan earned a spot in Europe through their FA Cup triumph at Wembley against Manchester City, and despite t...More
This should have provided a barnstorming end to the relegation battle where a Wigan victory would have kept them up and sent Aston Villa down at their expense.
However, despite their miraculous and deserved FA Cup win over Manchester City last Saturday, Premier League defeats to Swansea and then more comprehensively at Arsenal have Tuesday sealed the Latics’ fall into the Championship eight seasons in the top flight.
After eight brave and successful seasons in the Premier League, Wigan’s stay in the top flight came to a shattering end on Tuesday night in driving rain at the Emirates Stadium. The 4-1 defeat at Arsenal finally confirmed the inevitable for Roberto Martinez’s side, as they haven’t been able to produce the regular end of season surge this time around to protect their status among the elite.
Wigan supporters have been through a rollerc...More
Roberto Martinez will meet with Wigan Athletic owner Dave Whelan to discuss his future at the club after the FA Cup winners dropped out of the Premier League following defeat to Arsenal on Tuesday, the Daily Telegraph has reported.
The Latics were beaten 4-1 by the Gunners only days after clinching their first ever major trophy by upsetting Manchester City in the Wembley showpiece. Martinez named the same team as saw off City to play...More
Arsenal and Wigan face off at the Emirates in a crucial encounter that both clubs absolutely have to win if they are to achieve their ambitions for the season.
Chelsea and Tottenham’s victories on the weekend mean that Arsenal currently lie fifth in the table albeit with a game in hand over their North London rivals and so the Gunners simply must take all three points on Tuesday evening to head into their final match at an already s...More
Wigan Athletic captain Gary Caldwell hopes the club’s FA Cup triumph over Manchester City can help the club kick on and secure their place in the Premier League for another season, Sky Sports has reported.
The Latics face Champions League chasing Arsenal on Tuesday in the knowledge that defeat to the Gunners would send Roberto Martinez’s side down into the Championship - and even a win would not lift Wigan out of danger, as they have...More
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