A 40-year league football anniversary special as we catch up with 1978 stars Noel Ward and Tommy Gore. Catch up with Josh Windass on his arrival from Rangers and debut against Aston Villa, plus Lee Evans and Getting to Know: Will Grigg.
- Latics Listen: The official Wigan Athletic podcast - Episode Four.
- Legends Tommy Gore and Noel Ward re-live our first EFL match 40 years ago.
- Will Grigg lifts the lid on the dressing room joker and Josh Windass and Lee Evans chat to Guy Clark about their arrivals, aims and debuts.
This week on Latics Listen we're talking; 40 years in the EFL, broken noses, dressing room antics, points to prove and debuts against Aston Villa... episode four has some 'different' sound bites!
Josh Windass and Lee Evans bring you real-time updates from the dressing room, Will Grigg's talking musicals, animated movies and Michael Jacobs the joker, whilst club legends Tommy Gore and Noel Ward discusses our first ever match in league football 40 years ago on Sunday!
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So who's on this week's episode?
Getting to Know You is back with a familiar voice and face of everyone's favourite goal scorer, but this time Will takes us into his life, his likes and dislikes, his soft spot for musicals and animated movies and how Michael Jacobs is one of the true jokers in the dressing room.
Tommy Gore and Noel Ward
Two of the eleven men to carry the flag into the EFL in 1978, Tommy Gore and Noel Ward reveal what it was like to turn full time, the atmosphere in the dressing room moments before our first ever league game against Hereford United and how Noel almost missed the match because of a broken nose.
A deadline day signing from Rangers FC, Josh Windass tells us about his Latics debut against Aston Villa, the underestimated environment of Scottish football and how disappointment as a young footballer at Huddersfield Town set him up to be the player and man he is today.
Back where he always wanted to be, Lee Evans chats to Guy Clarke about his return at Villa Park and how he's delighted to be back working for Paul Cook and his team.