Date: 22nd August 2014 at 11:21pm
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Latics play Blackpool at the DW Stadium tomorrow (Saturday), as both clubs look for their first win of the season both manages have been speaking to the media about the game ahead.

Let’s take a look at what they have to say:

Latics boss Uwe Rösler – ‘I’ve just got all the stats from the Cardiff game and in football terms and in fitness terms we were hitting top numbers’

‘Massive improvement on the Reading and Charlton games’

‘Having that in my mind I am quite positive going into the next game.

‘If we can reproduce same numbers, as in terms of passes and pass completions, then we’ll be alright tomorrow’

‘It is important now to build confidence and to really build confidence we need to win football games.

‘The boys know we are doing a lot of things right now and also that they have the fitness in the tank to go 90 minutes flat out’

Uwe Rösler speaks

Blackpool boss Jose Riga – ‘I believe we can get the points this weekend

‘When I spoke to the players you didn’t see people who are down, everyone believes in what we are trying to do.

‘We are focusing so much on my team at the moment, more than our opponents. That doesn’t mean we won’t go there without the intention of getting a result.

‘We won there last season but the story isn’t always the same, this is another season, another situation and different players.’

Check out the latest PWU podcast

In the studio at the Beech Hill Book Cycle are Barry, Gareth, Rob and Dan.

This week the podcast crew look back at the Charlton and Cardiff away trips, poor performances or just bad luck?

There is a preview of the Blackpool game, they can’t do us again, can they? Nah they are a club in disarray.

We finish off with a discussion around why some are calling for a change at the top and is that the way to go.

The podcast can be listened to by clicking the embedded player below or downloaded to listen at you leisure by visiting www.buzzsprout.com

Latics fans – please support the walk4tilly

Saturday 11th October, DW Stadium to Haigh Hall and back to the DW, in aid of Alder Hey Children’s Charity

Who is Tilly? My granddaughter that’s who and it’s thanks to Alder Hey that she, and many other local kids are running around today, help us to give something back.

For more info and to register please email walk4tilly@hotmail.com or take a look here