Wigan Continue Their Unlikely Run

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How to pick Saturday’s top soccer story? The 1-1 draw in the North London derby? Manchester United’s worst Premiership defeat in 6 years, 4-1 to hosts Middlesbrough?
Ten man QPR winning at Derby? (ok, probably not the top story) How about Paul Gascoigne, victorious in his managerial debut with non-League Kettering? A nightmare showing for Wisdom Weasel’s Norwich City, 1-0 losers to Sheffield Wednesday, as calls for Nigel Worthington’s head rise to a crescendo? Inter Milan falling to 3rd place in Serie A after a 2-2 draw at Sampdoria?

I’m not gonna pick the MetroStars getting knocked out of the MLS Playoffs on the grounds that it was totally unfair of New England to activate Tedy Bruschi.

(Wigan goalscorer Pascal Chimbonda — actually, they’re number 2)

With apologies to all of the above, Saturday’s mind-blower goes to Wigan Athletic, not so much for their referee assisted 1-0 defeat of Fulham, but rather, for how difficult it is to absorb the following : the Lactics are now 2nd in the Premiership.

One response to “Wigan Continue Their Unlikely Run”

  1. WisdomWeasel says:

    Nice job at Derby. Too bad NCFC are bloody awful. What concerns me is the board will end up sacrificing Dean Ashton, Huckerby, etc on the altar of misplace loyalty to Worthington (but that’s getting into the realm of the arcane).

    I’m a little pissed off at Wigan, to be honest. If they keep this up (and Arsenal continue to be crap) the pony I had my brother put on an alphabetical top and tail to the premiership is going to be wasted money.

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