As Wigan fans head for an exciting FA Cup weekend club chairman Dave Whelan is singing his heart out in support. He's joined the group Chonkinfeckle for a special rendition of:"I'm from Wigan me."
He hopes it's a winner. They play Arsenal at Wembley on Saturday. Coverage starts at 4.30 on ITV.
The former Wigan Athletic boss Paul Jewell would not be surprised to see his old club write another unlikely chapter in their history when the FA Cup holders face Arsenal.
Wigan will return to Wembley where they stunned Manchester City in one of the greatest FA Cup final upsets of all time.
"You can't predict with Wigan," Jewell said.
"Arsenal have had a few struggles since Liverpool beat them terribly and I watched the game on Sunday at Everton, they were very well beaten.
"I'm sure Uwe will be saying we've got to be careful with the wounded animal because they've had a bit of stick in the press. But I look at the way Wigan have played this season and they're aggressive in their style of play, their movement is good and I think they have a chance.''
Chris Hall speaks to Wigan Athletic manager Uwe Rosler about the club's quest for promotion and rumours that Frankfurt want to poach him from the DW Stadium.
The FA Cup semi-final between Wigan Athletic and Arsenal will be shown live on ITV and ITV.com on Saturday 12th April, with a 5pm kick-off.
Dave Whelan's Latics shocked Manchester City in last year's FA Cup final and repeated the trick in this season's competition to earn another trip to Wembley.
Wigan Athletic boss, and former Man City hero, Uwe Rosler says Man City's recent Capital One Cup success makes them even more dangerous in their FA Cup quarter final.
Manchester City boss says he's watched the video of last year's FA Cup final defeat to Wigan but insists it will have no bearing on their quarter final match.
He adds that next week's Champions League trip to Barcelona will have no bearing on his team selection against Wigan.
It's Manchester City against Wigan on Sunday, in a repeat of last year's FA Cup final.
And it'll be an emotional occasion for a former blues hero.
It's more than a decade since Uwe Rosler was diagnosed with non-hodgkins lymphoma. But he'll never forget the City fans who helped him beat it.
The reigning FA Cup holders are hoping for an instant return to Wembley.
They face Premier League opposition in Cardiff City in the fifth round of the competition:-