Date: 17th May 2009 at 10:43am
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Wigan Athletic new boy and South Korea international Cho Won-Hee says he felt a little pressure ahead of his debut for the Latics but his team mates helped him settle into the game quickly

Cho, who signed back in March but got injured playing for his country was not expected to feature before the new season but a quick recovery by the player and a down turn in form from the Latics have given the hard working Korean his first shot at the Premier League.

Speaking to the Latics official website Cho said:“It was my first Premier League match and I felt a little bit of pressure and a little bit of responsibility for not winning the match”

“My team mates helped me a lot and with their support I played a with good feeling and comfortably”


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