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Barrow looks for a ‘happy medium’

Graham Barrow has spent Wigan Athletic’s international break trying to find ‘a happy medium’ between the managerial styles of Gary Caldwell and Warren Joyce.

Emmerson Boyce and Arjan de Zeeuw

Legends to collide again for Joe!

Latics legends Emmerson Boyce and Arjan de Zeeuw will be back on opposite sides for the third annual Joseph’s Goal charity game at Ashton Town FC in May.

David Sharpe

Sharpe offered to fund warm-weather training camp

Graham Barrow has revealed he turned down an offer from chairman David Sharpe to send Wigan Athletic’s players away for a warm-weather training camp during the international break.

Neymar has been linked with a multi-million pund move from Barcelona to Manchester United

United’s unexpected Spanish acquisition?

Tuesday’s transfer stories from at home and abroad

Andy Kellett

Luckless Kellett suffers season KO

Andy Kellett’s miserable campaign is over after the luckless Wigan Athletic star suffered knee ligament damage for the second time this season.

Eden Hazard is reportedly a target for Real Madrid

Hazard warning for Premier League leaders?

Monday’s transfer stories from the papers and web

Graham Barrow

Gilbey poised for key role

Graham Barrow believes Alex Gilbey could have a big part to play in the relegation run-in for Wigan Athletic.

Jermain Defoe scores England's opening goal during the World Cup qualifying match against Lithuania at Wembley

Defoe proves he can still be Jermain man

Jermain Defoe proved his poacher’s pedigree for England four years and four days after his last international goal, joining Jamie Vardy on the scoresheet in a regulation 2-0 victory over Lithuania.

Graham Barrow

Barrow gives it straight

Goalkeeper Matt Gilks says Wigan Athletic’s players have appreciated the straight-talking of interim boss Graham Barrow, who has ‘laid down the law’ from the off.

Thibaut Courtois is reportedly on Real Madrid's shopping list

Madrid Court Chelsea duo?

Friday’s transfer rumoues from at home and abroad

Jamie Hanson

Talking football: Lack of passion not the problem

International breaks always come at either at the most perfect or most inopportune time, depending on how it fits a team’s narrative.

Dan Burn

The 12th Man: Baby steps in the right direction...

Despite a two-goal reversal to Aston Villa, I left the DW Stadium on Saturday feeling a bit more positive than usual – and a lot more entertained.

Arda Turan is being linked with a move to Arsenal

Gunners to launch Spanish acquisition?

Thursday’s transfer stories from the papers and web

Matt Gilks

Gilks: Latics are too defensive

Matt Gilks admits Wigan Athletic have ‘nothing to lose’ by adopting a more positive approach during the relegation run-in.

Omar Bogle

Bogle challenged to ‘find himself’

Omar Bogle can use the international break to ‘find himself again’ – and make sure he’s raring to go when the action resumes to fire Wigan Athletic out of the relegation mire.

Ross Barkley is reportedly in line for a move this summer

Barkley to earn his Spurs move this summer?

Tuesday’s transfer stories from the papers and web

Ryan Colclough

Colclough can shine in this system - Barrow

Graham Barrow has challenged winger Ryan Colclough to prove his worth to Wigan Athletic in the relegation run-in.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger

Is Wenger Gunner stay at the Emirates?

Monday’s managerial and transfer stories from the papers and web

Graham Barrow (middle) watches as Latics lost to Aston Villa on Saturday

New injury worry for Latics boss Barrow

Graham Barrow faces an anxious wait to discover whether Andy Kellett has suffered a recurrence of the knee injury that ruled him out for most of Wigan Athletic’s campaign.

Latics players are demoralised by another home defeat

Five things we learned from Aston Villa at home

Paul Kendrick looks at five things we learned from Wigan Athletic’s 2-0 home defeat to Aston Villa that edges them closer to the relegation trapdoor.

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