Date: 2nd February 2013 at 1:47am
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Since then the team has gradually improved and begun to climb away from the foot of the table. Having an ability to score regularly has helped but the defence tightening up has been the biggest factor in the teams revival.

A new manager being appointed then saw us draw at home to Everton and lose narrowly at Old Trafford. Both games were unlucky as Everton should have been out of it by the break and the superb second half against Man Utd deserved far more than we received.

Today we play Wigan and after they won at St Mary’s by two goals to nil it is felt that we owe them one.

Simple question is can we beat Wigan and continue our rise away from the foot of the table giving us a little bit of breathing space.



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