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  • Stanley snap up duo
    Accrington have acquired 40-year-old veteran goalkeeper Tony Warner and Wigan's Ryan Jennings in a double move ahead of Friday night's game with Newport.

  • McClean misses out again
    James McClean completes a two-match suspension when Wigan host Bolton in a derby game at the DW Stadium.

  • Jokanovic hails in-form Deeney
    Watford manager Slavisa Jokanovic hailed star striker Troy Deeney after his double piled the misery on Wigan.

  • Hornets hit top spot
    Two goals from top scorer Troy Deeney made the difference as Watford went top of the Sky Bet Championship with a hard-fought 2-0 victory at Wigan.

  • Wigan agree Murphy deal
    Wigan have made their second loan signing of the day by agreeing to terms on a loan deal for Norwich's Josh Murphy.

  • McClean banned for Latics
    Wigan's top scorer James McClean is suspended as they seek a first home win in seven months against Watford.

  • Wigan v Watford TN
    Wigan's top scorer James McClean is suspended as they seek a first home win in seven months against Watford.

  • Latics seal Sinclair loan
    Wigan have bolstered their attacking options with the acquisition of Liverpool's Jerome Sinclair on loan until the end of the season.

  • Broadfoot slams Wigan's McLean
    Rotherham defender Kirk Broadfoot has labelled Wigan midfielder James McLean a 'cheat' for his part in his side's opening goal of their 2-1 win on Saturday.

  • Mackay: Pennant goals "sensational"
    Wigan boss Malky Mackay lauded two-goal hero Jermaine Pennant after his "sensational" first-half free-kicks inspired Latics to a 2-1 victory over Rotherham.

  • Millers wait on trio
    Rotherham hope to have Craig Morgan, Danny Ward and Paul Green back for their clash with Wigan.

  • Sharpe backs Mackay
    New Wigan chairman David Sharpe has pledged his support to manager Malky Mackay despite his difficult start to life in the DW Stadium hot-seat.

  • Rogne leaves Latics
    Thomas Rogne has had his Wigan contract cancelled by mutual consent.

  • Sharpe prepared for bumpy ride
    New chairman David Sharpe wants to bring the good times back to Wigan but says they can expect a fair few challenges along the way.

  • Mowatt lifts Leeds at Wigan
    Wigan's mini-resurgence hit a roadblock as Alex Mowatt's goal tipped a tight Sky Bet Championship encounter the way of Leeds, who won 1-0 at the DW Stadium.

  • Mackay keen to keep Maguire
    Manager Malky Mackay is optimistic on-loan Hull defender Harry Maguire will extend his stay with Wigan.

  • Kvist twist for Latics
    William Kvist has handed Wigan a boost ahead of Leeds' visit by returning from a hamstring injury.

  • No excuses from Neil
    Alex Neil had no excuses after watching his in-form Norwich side crash to a shock 1-0 home defeat at the hands of struggling Wigan.

  • Three Wigan directors to step down
    Three members of Wigan's board of directors have announced they are to step down at the end of the current season.

  • Age taking its toll - Whelan
    Dave Whelan claimed his advancing years were the reason he left his post as Wigan chairman, as he passed the reins to his grandson.

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