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Wigan star Will Keane speaks out on Charlie Wyke's 'horrendous' cardiac arrest in training
Charlie Wyke collapsed during training in November and needed CPR treatment from manager Leam Richardson and the club's doctor.
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Wigan's Charlie Wyke is discharged from hospital after suffering cardiac arrest during training
After their initial response on the scene of his collapse, Wyke, 28, was rushed to the Royal Albert Edward Infirmary in Wigan and then transferred to the Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital.
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Wigan Athletic Latest News for the 2021 – 2022 Football Season
- Thu, 02 Dec 2021 19:53:58 +0000: Wigan’s Charlie Wyke thanks manager for helping to save his life after collapse - Wigan Athletic | The Guardian
- CPR from Leam Richardson and club doctor kept striker alive
- Wyke out of hospital after procedure following cardiac arrest
Wigan’s Charlie Wyke has thanked his manager, Leam Richardson, and the club doctor Jonathan Tobin for saving his life after a cardiac arrest.
The striker collapsed in training on 22 November and Richardson and Tobin, who used to work at Bolton and was among four men who helped save Fabrice Muamba when the midfielder had a cardiac arrest at Tottenham in March 2012, stabilised his condition.Continue reading...
- Thu, 25 Nov 2021 14:45:53 +0000: Wigan’s Charlie Wyke stable in hospital after collapsing during training - Wigan Athletic | The Guardian
- The player will not be available for the immediate future
- Mal Brannigan: ‘Priority is Charlie’s health and wellbeing’
The Wigan Athletic striker Charlie Wyke is in a stable condition in hospital after collapsing during training earlier this week.
The club announced on Thursday that 28-year-old Wyke received treatment from Latics medical staff after the incident on Monday before being taken to hospital. He is continuing to be monitored and will be unavailable for selection for the immediate future.Continue reading...
- Sat, 20 Nov 2021 21:00:02 +0000: Without a regulator with teeth, my beloved football will destroy itself | Alison McGovern - Wigan Athletic | The Guardian
Rewards at the top are extreme, so people take crazy financial risks with clubs’ futures while fans can only look on in horror
If you are reading this article, you probably already care about football. Perhaps you protested against the European Super League or felt the pain of Bury, Bolton or Wigan fans. You have heard the football rumour mill grinding: the Crouch review is on its way and, with it, the potential for major change.
Here’s a common story. Some people inherit houses, some even still inherit titles. I inherited football. My grandad got a free ticket to Anfield in school and 55 years later he took me. My life has been counted not just in school years and, every so often, elections, but in football seasons. It is how my family functions.Continue reading...
- Tue, 24 Aug 2021 13:40:12 +0000: Wigan warn League One clubs will be charged if James McClean is abused - Wigan Athletic | The Guardian
- McClean subjected to sectarian abuse during his career
- Wigan send letter to other clubs after re-signing winger
Wigan Athletic have written to their League One rivals to warn clubs that the Football Association will charge them if the Republic of Ireland international James McClean is subjected to sectarian abuse in their stadium.
Wigan, whom McClean rejoined last week, sent a letter to clubs on Monday advising them to “consider putting plans in place to respond to any inappropriate or unlawful chanting”. It is a proactive move by Wigan, for whom McClean played previously between 2013 and 2015.Continue reading...
- Fri, 13 Aug 2021 18:00:16 +0000: Relief replaced by optimism at Wigan after perils of administration | Ben Fisher - Wigan Athletic | The Guardian
The League One club narrowly avoided relegation last season but the outlook is dramatically different after a major overhaul
After avoiding relegation to League Two in the penultimate game of last season, there was an outpouring of relief among Wigan Athletic’s players and staff, a little respite after the slog of administration. On Saturday the atmosphere inside the DW Stadium against Rotherham promises to be equally supercharged, not only because it is their first home game with supporters for 17 months but because Abdulrahman al-Jasmi, whose consortium took ownership of the club in March, is in town to take in his first live match.
After that game at Hull in May, a defeat that felt like a victory, Jasmi outlined his vision on a video call along with the Wigan chairman, Talal al-Hammad, and congratulated a team propped up by academy youngsters and players on short-term deals on achieving survival. The squad gathered by a big screen and Leam Richardson, the manager, and Jamie Jones, the club captain, expressed their gratitude to the owners. “They were saying: ‘Well done for staying up,’ but we wanted to say thank you back because they kept us alive, really,” says the Wigan forward Callum Lang.Continue reading...
The Wigan Football News Archives are detailed below:
- Sat, 22 Jan 2022 17:41:07 +0000: Wigan Athletic 3-2 Gillingham - BBC Sport
Wigan return to the top of League One after seeing off a brave effort from out-of-form Gillingham.
- Tue, 18 Jan 2022 22:08:49 +0000: Morecambe 1-2 Wigan Athletic - BBC Sport
Wigan come from behind to win at Morecambe and climb to second in League One.
- Sun, 16 Jan 2022 18:59:50 +0000: Graeme Shinnie: Wigan Athletic sign Derby County midfielder - BBC Sport
Wigan Athletic sign Derby County and Scotland midfielder Graeme Shinnie on a two-and-a-half-year contract.
- Sat, 15 Jan 2022 17:39:38 +0000: Doncaster Rovers 1-2 Wigan Athletic - BBC Sport
Wigan hold on to beat a spirited Doncaster Rovers 2-1 to narrow the gap on League One's top two.
- Thu, 13 Jan 2022 17:22:26 +0000: Josh Magennis: Wigan Athletic sign Hull City striker for undisclosed fee - BBC Sport
Wigan Athletic sign Hull City striker Josh Magennis for an undisclosed fee on a two-and-a-half-year deal.