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Town Return to Action Against Second-Bottom Swindon

Town return to action after an unexpected 25-day mid-season break when second-bottom Swindon visit Portman Road for a live Sky game (KO 5.30pm).
Published Friday at 02:37 pm on TWTD.co.uk

Wigan administrators begin talks with three groups

Wigan have entered into formal discussions with three parties over the potential sale of the club.
Published Wednesday at 05:56 pm on SkySports

Negative Tests For All Squad and Staff

All Town’s first-team players and staff have tested negative for Covid-19, the club has confirmed.
Published Wednesday at 11:07 am on TWTD.co.uk

McCarthy Sacked By APOEL

Former Town boss Mick McCarthy has been sacked by Cypriot side APOEL after only two months following four successive defeats.
Published Wednesday at 10:32 am on TWTD.co.uk

Wigan Athletic: Takeover of administration-hit club breaks down

The prospective takeover of League One side Wigan Athletic by a Spanish consortium falls through.
Published Tuesday at 11:56 am on BBC Football

Home Draw for U18s in Youth Cup

Town’s U18s have drawn Metropolitan Police or Swindon or Bromley at home in the fourth round of the FA Youth Cup.
Published Friday at 12:57 pm on TWTD.co.uk

Spanish group moving closer to Wigan Athletic takeover

The takeover of Wigan Athletic by a Spanish group is moving closer to completion after a new company which would run the club was registered at companies house.
Published 1 month ago on SkySports

Swindon and Sunderland Games Live on Sky

Town’s home games against Swindon and Sunderland are set to be shown live by Sky Sports.
Published 1 month ago on TWTD.co.uk

Blues Host Pompey Aiming to End Top Side Hoodoo as Fans Return

Town host Portsmouth in a third-v-fourth clash on Saturday again looking to beat another of League One's higher flyers for the first time this season but on this occasion with the backing of 2,000 fans.
Published 1 month ago on TWTD.co.uk

Owner Evans Apologises for Careful What You Wish For Comment

Town owner Marcus Evans has issued another statement in which he reacts to last week's news that the Premier League and EFL have agreed a rescue package, discusses his hopes for the future of football's finances and apologises for appearing to blame fans for the Blues' 2018/19 relegation.
Published 1 month ago on TWTD.co.uk

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