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PICK UP YOUR LATICS V CHESTERFIELD MATCH PROGRAMME

15 January 2016

Feature interview and picture special with Yanic Wildschut, whilst chief executive and director Jonathan Jackson gives a further January transfer update.

  • Yanic Wildschut discusses the reasons behind making his loan move from Middlesbrough permanent.
  • Gary Caldwell and Craig Morgan react to Tuesday’s draw with Sheffield United.
  • Director and chief executive Jonathan Jackson continues his Diary from the Boardroom and provides updates on Latics’ transfer activity in the window.
  • We take an in depth look at Chesterfield whilst BBC’s Wigan Athletic reporter Paul Rowley looks back at our history with the Spireites and Jeff Rourke assesses six of our previous games on 16 January.
Be sure to pick up your official matchday programme ahead of Saturday’s Sky Bet League One fixture with Chesterfield at the DW Stadium.

We have an in depth chat with Yanic Wildschut after the Dutch forward made his loan move from Middlesbrough permanent whilst other first team players, including captain Craig Morgan, contribute.

Haris Vuckic talks of his bittersweet emotions after Tuesday’s 3-3 draw with Sheffield United, Kevin McNaughton names his ‘One to Eleven’ and Lee Nicholls takes part in the Name Game.

An interesting Diary from the Boardroom sees Jonathan Jackson assess the early period of the January transfer window whilst he also informs supporters of the behind the scenes work going into more potential deals in the next few weeks.

Our historical contents sees a look back at the 1997-98 campaign, Paul Rowley looks back at our history with Chesterfield and Jeff Rourke revisits some of Latics’ previous 16th January fixtures.

All of this and more is available for £3 from sellers outside the DW Stadium or online by clicking here.

Please note, programmes are available on the approach to the DW Stadium and not on the concourse so make sure you pick up your official match programme prior to entering the stadium.

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