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Wigan Athletic: From Victor Moses to Antonio Valencia, here's where every player the Latics bought and sold in the 2009/10 season is now

Well, it's fair to say that the last decade has absolutely flown by, and Wigan Athletic have certainly experienced their fair share of ups and downs over the last ten years.

Scroll and click through the gallery to see where every player the Latics bought and sold in the 2009/10 season is now...

The Senegalese sensation plied his trade at the DW Stadium for three seasons, before leaving to join West Ham United. He's now on the books of Qatari side Al Ahli.

1. Mohamed Diame - Bought from Rayo Vallecano

The Senegalese sensation plied his trade at the DW Stadium for three seasons, before leaving to join West Ham United. He's now on the books of Qatari side Al Ahli.
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The Wigan academy product only made two appearances for the club before moving away. He won League Two with Gillingham in 2013, and is now playing for AFC Fylde.

2. Lewis Montrose - Joined Wycombe on free transfer

The Wigan academy product only made two appearances for the club before moving away. He won League Two with Gillingham in 2013, and is now playing for AFC Fylde.
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The Republic of Ireland international stayed with the Latics for two seasons, before joining Portsmouth, where he was an FA Cup runner-up in 2010. He's now at Crystal Palace.

3. James McCarthy - Bought from Hamilton Athletic

The Republic of Ireland international stayed with the Latics for two seasons, before joining Portsmouth, where he was an FA Cup runner-up in 2010. He's now at Crystal Palace.
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After playing two seasons for Portsmouth, Brown spent time with both Leeds United and Port Vale, before becoming manager of the latter in 2016. He was sacked in 2017, and is now involved in punditry.

4. Michael Brown - Joined Portsmouth on free transfer

After playing two seasons for Portsmouth, Brown spent time with both Leeds United and Port Vale, before becoming manager of the latter in 2016. He was sacked in 2017, and is now involved in punditry.
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