WAFC

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AcronymDefinition
WAFCWick Academy Football Club (UK)
WAFCWestern Association of Food Chains
WAFCWashington Area Frisbee Club
WAFCWigan Athletic Football Club (UK)
WAFCWorld Area Forecast Center
WAFCWestern Ancient Forest Campaign
WAFCWest Adelaide Football Club (Richmond, South Australia, Australia)
WAFCWestern Area Frequency Coordinator
WAFCWaccasassa Forestry Center (Florida)
WAFCWashington, Arlington, and Falls Church Railway
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Muscat : Veteran Omani goalkeeper has been named as the first-choice goalie in Wigan Athletic Football Club's team that commemorates the 20 th anniversary at their current stadium.
The statement read: "Wigan Athletic Football Club are angered by racist abuse received on the personal Twitter account of one of our players, Nathan Byrne, on Saturday afternoon.
"Wigan Athletic Football Club release their financial results for the year ended May 31, 2018 which show a net loss of PS7m compared to a net profit of PS3m in 2017," the club said on their official website.
ETIHAD Stadium welcomed one very lucky winner from Bahrain last month who was rewarded with an all-expenses paid trip from Etihad Airways to watch her favourite team Manchester City take on, and defeat, Wigan Athletic Football Club in the English Premier League.
Whelan, who owns Wigan Athletic Football Club, said he would rename the 52 gyms DW Sports Fitness.
"Wigan Athletic Football Club is committed to this campaign and we would encourage others to join in the Big Tidy Up and do their bit to clean up their local area," said the England international.
Another businessman at the meeting, Dave Whelan, chairman of Wigan Athletic Football Club and the JJB chain, first mistook the casual Mr Ashley for a gardener and then reportedly told him: "There's a club in the North son ( and you're not part of it."
Who is the manager of Wigan Athletic Football Club?
Mr Whelan has a controlling interest in Whelco Holdings, which operates the JJB Stadium in Wigan, Wigan Athletic Football Club and Wigan Warriors Rugby League Club.
Gaynor Stobie, 34, claims she felt 'pressured' to come back to work at the JJB Sports clothing empire founded by Whelan, the owner of Premiership newcomers Wigan Athletic Football Club.
And as owner of JJB Sports and Wigan Athletic Football Club he knows his way around the block.
"I guess it is time to say goodbye after a wonderful five years spend with Wigan Athletic Football Club. I am proud that I participated in more than 150 official matches which consisted of 100 matches in the Premier League." The sudden decision by the Oman football captain has come after the Championship club's relegation from second-tier championship to third-tier League One last week.