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4 December 2015

Andy Liddell, Jordy Hiwula and Craig Morgan all feature in Saturday’s programme for the visit of Barnsley.

  • Latics’ record league goal-scorer Andy Liddell discusses his 1999 Auto Windscreens Shield memories, including some humorous moments at Wembley.
  • Striker also talks about his former club Barnsley, Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill and how he still follows Latics from afar.
  • Jordy Hiwula is the feature interview, with the striker hoping to kick-on in a competition in which he has had plenty of success.
  • Captain Craig Morgan gives an injury update and view from the dressing room whilst Gary Caldwell, Jonathan Jackson, Paul Rowley and Jeff Rourke provide their regular contributions.
Saturday’s official matchday programme is packed once again with exclusive content as club legend Andy Liddell, who began his career with Barnsley, discusses Latics’ 1999 Auto Windscreens Shield final victory over Millwall at Wembley.

Liddell, who is now on the backroom staff at Ipswich Town, also discusses his former Latics teammate Michael O’Neill – now Northern Ireland boss – and also reflects on what he believes was the happiest time of his playing career in spells at Oakwell and the then named JJB Stadium.

Also in Saturday’s programme, on loan Huddersfield Town striker Jordy Hiwula – the leading goal-scorer in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy with four goals in two games – discusses his delight at his form in the competition and how he hopes it will earn him a more regular role in league fixtures.

Regular contributions from manager Gary Caldwell, captain Craig Morgan, chief executive and director Jonathan Jackson, BBC’s Wigan Athletic reporter Paul Rowley and long-time fan Jeff Rourke also feature.

Priced at just £2.50, your official Wigan Athletic matchday programme is not to be missed and can be picked up from sellers outside the DW Stadium ahead of Saturday’s match or online by clicking here.

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