Everton loanee Conor McAleny discusses his career so far, Max Power picks his ‘One to Eleven’ whilst chairman David Sharpe assesses his first year in the job.
- Wigan Athletic v Peterborough United match programme priced at just £3.
- Conor McAleny talks of his “dream start” to life at Latics.
- Craig Morgan says he is “very proud” to be the club’s captain in his latest column.
Conor McAleny is the feature interview, discussing his career so far and his first month at the DW Stadium whilst midfielder Max Power picks his ‘One to Eleven’ from his spells with Tranmere Rovers and Latics.
Captain Craig Morgan speaks with great pride in his captain’s column whilst Gary Caldwell and Jonathan Jackson contribute their regular columns from the manager’s office and boardroom respectively.
Chairman David Sharpe sat down with us after celebrating a year in his role with the club, recalling his first 12 months whilst also discussing how his initial plan for the club has progressed.
An interesting ‘Rewind with Paul Rowley’ sees Latics’ BBC Radio Manchester correspondent recall our 1970/71 FA Cup tie with Posh, our first-ever meeting, and supporter Jeff Rourke continues his ‘On this Day’ column, going back to our non-league days.
You’ll also find out all you need to know about Graham Westley’s Peterborough United side as we assess their season so far and hear from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire’s Nick Fairbairn on how the Posh are progressing.
All of this and more is available for just £3 from one of our sellers outside the DW Stadium or you can buy your print or digital copy online by clicking here.