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1808, 2013

MFE 2013-14 Subscriptions

August 18th, 2013|

New and Improved!

It’s not really new and improved but I have to put that in the vain hope that all the kiddies reading Newsnow might click on it instead of flicking past to read the 18th bollocks story of the day that the Geordie press are fabricating about James McCarthy leaving for a cut price deal of three clippercards and a Pizza Express two for one voucher.

We are back though and currently putting together our first issue of the season in readiness for the second home game of the season on Saturday 24th August 2013

Every issue sees new writers putting pen to paper to Mudhutter on any subject of their choice and all views are welcome from anyone who cherishes Wigan Athletic or any other subject dearly enough to make the effort.

The printed word is undergoing a rebirth right now with new football fanzines emerging from Barnsley to Motherwell and we are proud to be part of that movement. We are fortunate enough to have over 50 postal subscribers to Mudhutter from Melbourne to San Francisco to Beech Hill and are now offering up our season long subscriptions for 2013/14.

2405, 2013

MFE Issue 42

May 24th, 2013|

The REAL Wembley Special!

When we at the Mudhutter knew we were off to Wembley for the FA Cup Final, we also knew we were scheduled to bring out the final issue of the season just 8 days later, but we decided we couldn’t let the occasion pass without comment.

Most  of  this  issue  was  written  before  the  final  was  played,  but a  few pages  were  kept  back  so  that  we  could  include  a  couple  of  articles  which  lamented or celebrated – we didn’t know, and we didn’t care, which – our first ever appearance in the final.

We also present a poem by Manchester writer and poet Mike Garry, which reminds us that football – even the FA Cup Final – is about more than just football.

For an hour or two, relive the emotions we all felt at about ten past seven on the evening of Saturday May the 11th 2013. For the next 12 months, revel in the knowledge that,  when  people  say  the  words  “Wigan  Athletic”,  they  can  add  “current  FA  Cup Holders” on the end of it. For the rest of your life, live with the certainty that you know where you were on one cold, rain soaked, magnificent evening.

It’s our club, it’s our town, and it’s our FA Cup.

1803, 2013

MFE Issue 41

March 18th, 2013|

Yes, it’s the Wembley Special*

Everything from the dreams that 70s comics bring, to Lionel Messi, to being mithered by a younger brother to take him to watch Latics.

Available in the shop, both in print (for now) and digital formats.

 

 

 

*By “Wembley Special”, we actually mean it includes some hasty re-writes of previously not quite so upbeat articles

2001, 2013

MFE Issue 40

January 20th, 2013|

It’s the tough January edition.

Did we really used to do nine or ten fanzines a season and stand out once a month in December, January and February through wind, hail, rain and snow freezing our collective knackers off? Apparently so….

What does Issue 40 bring us? Well, more of the same gibberish you should be more than familiar with by now. Wigan Athletic based comment and review, Wigan life, European football, Nostalgia, Pies, Chippies. features of Left Wingers and Lee McCulloch and features on scary Wigan characters of your childhood and Ronnie Scott, plus all the regular columns. 48 pages of independent, from the heart writing for just £2.

3009, 2012

MFE Issue 38

September 30th, 2012|

Issue 38 of the Mudhutter Football Express is now on sale!

You can buy it from any of our usual retail partners, or directly from us here at The Mudhutter.

All the usual stuff is in there including Les at Large, Orrible’s Fives and probably one of the best Will Philk columns ever.

It’s incredible to think that we’ve made it to 38 issues. Most fanzines don’t make it half as far and, if you take into account the previous incarnation of the mag, it’s been a long and interesting road…

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