A report on Wigan Athletic F.C.

Chart of yearly table positions since Wigan's election into the Football League
Local entrepreneur Dave Whelan acquired the club in 1995, providing funds to move into the JJB Stadium, now named the DW Stadium after Whelan's sports shops, DW Sports.
To signify the involvement of the local authority, Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council, Wigan Athletic have used their coat of arms as their club crest, from 1989 to 2008.
Wigan Athletic's first Premier League match against Chelsea
Former Wigan player Roberto Martínez managed the club to victory in the 2013 FA Cup Final, their first major honour.
Members of the Wigan Athletic board holding the FA Cup trophy following the club's victory at the 2013 Final
David Sharpe and Will Grigg celebrating Wigan's promotion from League One to the Championship in 2016
Wigan Athletic chairman Talal Al Hammad
Warm-up at the DW Stadium.
Antonio Valencia's £16 million sale to Manchester United in 2009 is the largest transfer involving Wigan Athletic.

English professional association football club based in Wigan, Greater Manchester, England.

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Coyle as manager of Houston Dynamo in 2016

Owen Coyle

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Professional football manager and former player who is currently the manager of Scottish Championship club Queen's Park.

Professional football manager and former player who is currently the manager of Scottish Championship club Queen's Park.

Coyle as manager of Houston Dynamo in 2016
Coyle as a coach of Houston Dynamo in 2015

After leaving Bolton in October 2012, Coyle was appointed manager of Wigan Athletic in June 2013, only to leave the club six months later.

Rösler in 2009

Uwe Rösler

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German football manager and former professional footballer.

German football manager and former professional footballer.

Rösler in 2009
Rösler (right) and Hans-Uwe Pilz training with Dynamo Dresden in December 1990
Uwe Rösler as manager for Viking on 13 April 2009 in a 0–0 draw against Lyn

He also managed Brentford, Wigan Athletic, Leeds United and Fleetwood Town in the English Football League, as well as Malmö FF in Allsvenskan and most recently Fortuna Düsseldorf.

Rodallega with Trabzonspor in 2017

Hugo Rodallega

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Colombian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Bahia.

Colombian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Bahia.

Rodallega with Trabzonspor in 2017
Rodallega taking a corner for Wigan Athletic in 2010
Rodallega playing for Fulham in 2014

In January 2009, he moved to Wigan Athletic for a fee of £4.5 million.

2010–11 Premier League

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The 19th season of the Premier League since its establishment in 1992.

The 19th season of the Premier League since its establishment in 1992.

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Bryan Hamilton

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Northern Irish former professional football player and manager.

Northern Irish former professional football player and manager.

He was appointed manager of Wigan Athletic in March 1985.

Wigan Borough F.C.

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English football club from the town of Wigan, Lancashire.

English football club from the town of Wigan, Lancashire.

The following year, Wigan's Mayor chaired a public meeting at Queens Hall which resulted in the founding of Wigan Athletic.

Hull City A.F.C.

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English professional football club in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire.

English professional football club in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire.

Hull City squad of 1936
Boothferry Park in March 2008
Chart showing the progress of Hull City's league finishes since the 1905–06 season
Wembley Stadium before the Championship play-off final against Bristol City
Phil Brown and players celebrate on promotion to the Premier League in 2008
Old club crest
Club crest 1998 – 2014
Club crest 2014 – 2019
The MKM Stadium
Hull City supporters at the celebrations on the team's promotion to the Premier League in 2008

Hull City's relegation from the Premier League was confirmed on 3 May 2010, after a 2–2 draw at Wigan Athletic.

Amr Zaki playing for Wigan Athletic in 2009.

Amr Zaki

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Egyptian retired professional footballer who played as a striker.

Egyptian retired professional footballer who played as a striker.

Amr Zaki playing for Wigan Athletic in 2009.

On 22 July 2008, Wigan Athletic completed a one-year loan deal to bring Zaki to the JJB Stadium for a sum of £1.5 million.

David Sharpe (Chairman) and Will Grigg (Wigan Athletic striker) with the League One trophy won in 2016

David Sharpe (football club chairman)

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David Sharpe (born 11 May 1991) has been the chief executive and director of football of English football club Mansfield Town since May 2020.

David Sharpe (born 11 May 1991) has been the chief executive and director of football of English football club Mansfield Town since May 2020.

David Sharpe (Chairman) and Will Grigg (Wigan Athletic striker) with the League One trophy won in 2016
Sharpe with his grandfather Dave Whelan

He was formerly chairman of Wigan Athletic (2015–2019).

EFL Trophy

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Annual English association football knockout competition open to the 48 clubs in EFL League One and EFL League Two, the third and fourth tiers of the English football league system and, since the 2016–17 season, 16 under-21 sides from Premier League and EFL Championship clubs.

Annual English association football knockout competition open to the 48 clubs in EFL League One and EFL League Two, the third and fourth tiers of the English football league system and, since the 2016–17 season, 16 under-21 sides from Premier League and EFL Championship clubs.

1984–85: Wigan Athletic