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24 November 2015

Vice-captain Jason Pearce talks to the official programme, whilst we look back at our brief but interesting history with Burton Albion too.

  • Pearce discusses partnership with captain Craig Morgan.
  • Gary Caldwell, Jonathan Jackson and Morgan reflect on Saturday’s win over Shrewsbury Town.
  • Regular features including ‘Don’t I Know You?’, ‘The Name Game’, ‘On this Day’ and ‘One to Eleven’.
  • BBC’s Wigan Athletic reporter Paul Rowley takes us back to 1972 and our FA Trophy success over the Brewers.
Your Wigan Athletic official matchday programme is once again packed with exclusive content as defender Jason Pearce gives an in-depth analysis of the season so far – both personally and collectively -, his partnership with captain Craig Morgan and how he has special memories playing Burton Albion from his time at Bournemouth.

Michael Jacobs also names his ‘One to Eleven’ of players he has played with throughout his career, naming one former Latic in his squad.

Andy Kellett takes part in the game, with a rather interesting selection on his Christmas wish-list! It is then down to Jeff Rourke and Paul Rowley, who give a historical look back at events on this day in our history and our past with tonight’s opposition respectively.

We also take a look back at the 1992-93 campaign, a difficult one for the club as we suffered our first relegation in the Football League.

Latics’ Head of Media Ed Jones has delved into the archives of the Wigan Observer to find a classic image from our history, this week reflecting on a clash with Bournemouth in 1980.

You’ll also find all you need to know about Burton Albion, a match report from Saturday’s win over Shrewsbury Town, the popular ‘Don’t I Know You?’ which analyses where the paths of the two squads have crossed before and the Team Latics section which includes games for the juniors.

All of this and more is available from just £3 from a seller outside the ground or online by clicking here.

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