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Soccer Odds: Whelan confident that Martinez will stay with Wigan
By Marcy Lenning Sunday, 12 May 2013 10:58
David Whelan, Wigan chairman, believes that manager Roberto Martinez will stay with the club after leading them to the first major trophy with great soccer odds.
Soccer betting fans saw that on Saturday, Martinez’s players were able to seal a victory in the FA Cup final with a dramatic 1-0 win at Wembley over Manchester City, with Ben Watson heading a winning goal for the relegation-threatened side at injury-time.
The Spaniard received plenty of praise for keeping the club in the Premier League with very good soccer odds since he joined Wigan in 2009, and was linked with making a move away after his achievements with the DW Stadium outfit.
But Whelan stressed his view that the former Swansea boss will continue working with Wigan, but with Martinez’s squad three points adrift from safety, survival is still the immediate concern, and many fans that follow the team’s soccer odds know how important this is.
He told the BBC: “The big fight is to stay up, the second thing is Roberto will make his own mind up, I do not make anything for him.
“We have two massive games. Last night our boys went home, they knew they had to go to straight to bed, no messing about.
“Our boys, no celebration, no anything, just dedicated to the task of keeping Wigan in the Premier League.”
Soccer betting fans saw that Wigan’s cup success was a very emotional moment for Whelan, who in 1995 took over the club, when the team was in the fourth tier, and the 76-year-old was not able to hide his happiness over one of the club’s greatest victories with very good soccer odds.
“It was unbelievable,” Whelan added.
“I thought we played fantastically well. I did celebrate a bit last night . My wife and I went out with my daughter, my friends and directors of Wigan.
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“It is a special day for Wigan. Your feelings can never be expressed. Our boys totally and utterly deserved it, I thought we outplayed Manchester City across the whole of the game.”