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  • Evans pleased as Millers hold on
    Steve Evans thought Rotherham were extremely good value for their 2-1 Sky Bet Championship victory at Wigan.

  • McClean set for striking role
    Winger James McClean may be chosen to lead Wigan's attack again against Rotherham.

  • Whelan accepts FA charge
    Dave Whelan has accepted a Football Association misconduct charge over comments he made regarding Jewish and Chinese people.

  • Deadly Deeney sees off Wigan
    Watford manager Slavisa Jokanovic admitted his team had endured a "difficult day" after they toiled for a 2-1 home win over former lowly Wigan.

  • Hornets are buzzing
    Watford boss Slavisa Jokanovic has a virtually full-strength squad available for the visit of Wigan.

  • Howson goal has Adams beaming
    Norwich boss Neil Adams could not hide his delight at seeing his team record a 1-0 victory at Wigan in the Sky Bet Championship.

  • Whelan may face fresh FA action
    The Football Association may take fresh action against Dave Whelan after the Wigan chairman became embroiled in another race row.

  • Maloney back in contention
    Wigan are expected to have Shaun Maloney back from illness against Norwich.

  • May double stops rot for Owls
    Stevie May bagged a brace as Sheffield Wednesday ended their 11-game winless run with a 2-1 victory over struggling Wigan.

  • Lavery boost for Owls
    Sheffield Wednesday striker Caolan Lavery could make his first senior appearance of the campaign in the home game against Wigan.

  • Hall: Tan should keep quiet
    Former Cardiff director Mike Hall says Vincent Tan should not involve himself in the Dave Whelan affair for the sake of the SkyBet Championship club.

  • Wigan chief Whelan faces FA charge
    Dave Whelan's future as Wigan chairman is in question after he was charged by the Football Association over remarks about Chinese and Jewish people.

  • Watson comeback boost for Wigan
    Wigan midfielder Ben Watson has spoken of his relief at returning from a lengthy lay-off in Saturday's 1-1 draw with Middlesbrough.

  • Mackay touched by Wigan welcome
    Malky Mackay admits he was touched by his welcome at Wigan but warned that the media have "had their pound of flesh" on non-football matters.

  • All square on Mackay debut
    There was no victory for Malky Mackay in his first outing as Wigan manager as they played out a 1-1 draw with Middlesbrough.

  • Whelan: I'll walk away if FA acts
    Dave Whelan has warned he will resign as chairman of Wigan if the Football Association punishes him.

  • Jewish body "outraged" by Whelan
    The main representative body of British Jews has called Wigan chairman Dave Whelan's comments "outrageous" and labelled his apology as "half-hearted".

  • Bruce: Whelan is no racist
    Hull manager Steve Bruce has defended under-fire Wigan chairman Dave Whelan, insisting he is not a racist.

  • FA 'should investigate' Whelan
    The Football Association has been urged to investigate comments by Wigan owner Dave Whelan after the 77-year-old was accused of anti-Semitism.

  • Mackay set for Wigan bow
    Malky Mackay will get the chance to concentrate on football matters when he takes charge of Wigan for the first time against Middlesbrough at the DW Stadium.


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