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0 - 1
Wigan

FA Cup 3rd Round Replay

Dean Court

15th January 2013 7:45pm

Attendance: 8,890

Referee: J Moss

AFC BournemouthWigan
Boselli 18
Shwan Jalal     Michael Pollitt     46
Simon Francis     Ronnie Stam    
Tommy Elphick     Emmerson Boyce    
Steve Cook     Roman Golobart    
Charlie Daniels     Maynor Figueroa    
Richard Hughes     80 Fraser Fyvie    
Josh McQuoid     66 Jordi Gomez    
Eunan O'Kane     Roger Espinoza    
Harry Arter     Callum McManaman     60
Lewis Grabban     34 Mauro Boselli     90
Wes Thomas     Angelo Henriquez    
Substitutes
Wes Fogden     66 Nouha Dicko     60
Brett Pitman     Eduard Campabadal    
Donal McDermott     Daniel Redmond    
Matt Tubbs     80 Adam Buxton    
Joe Partington     James McArthur    
David James     Ali Al Habsi     46
Marc Pugh     34 Jordan Mustoe     90
Game Statistics
12
Goal Attempts
9
6
On Target
7
7
Corners
3
13
Fouls
7
1
Yellow Cards
4
0
Red Cards
0
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Writer:BlondeCherry
Date:Tuesday January 15 2013
Time: 10:29PM

Comments

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couldn't get ticket for tonights game but it was the live game on 5live & it sounded like such a great game (2nd half especially) - still very proud of the lads & everyone involved with AFCB. a good run, shame not to beat the record but focus is now fully on gaining promotion & a win @ walsall sat!!
richh81
15/01/2013 23:36:00
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Not a bad way to end a unbeaten run in all competitions. If it wern't for their cowardly change of keepers we'd of won the match but o'well I'm greatful for finally having a half decent cup run. Now onto other matters, I believe we need to bolster our right mid field area. Fogdan for me is our best option there but even he drifts into the centre too much leaving Francis doing all the hard work. Feeney was supposed to be replaced by Grabban but that hasn't been the case. Just need someone with fair amount of pace that can cross, simple as. Also I think Jalal has just earnt a new contract after palling out some incredible saves that brang back the league 2 promotions days. it would appear that having a man like James around him has probely helped.
Will-AFCB
16/01/2013 00:44:00
0
If our run was to end then this was the game to do it in. Well done Eddie & the team, I think we outplayed them over the two games. I think Macclesfield were foolish to want to play them next, we would have brought more fans! Maye they see them as more beatable? Roll on Walsall, let's get the run going again! Barmy Army Barmy Army!
believe!
16/01/2013 08:32:00
0
Great game last night. Good comments from Roberto Martinez, but I must say Wigan were very poor indeed. They were a shocking advert for the premier league and thier support was dire. I would rather be at dean court for a life-time in the lower leagues than sit in a barren, empty DW listening to opposition fans take the *****. Also, has anyone seen this story on BBC?? http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/21035923
chris skyline
16/01/2013 09:46:00
0
^yes, it was on five live and solnt last night and he was in the crowd watching the game. Great new talent on the way to afcb. Exciting times and I would rather be a cherry than latic any day. UTCIAD and now for the league run to continue.
balsallcherry
16/01/2013 10:02:00
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^ ha that should be solent. More haste, less speed eh?
balsallcherry
16/01/2013 10:03:00
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