Category Archives: Bolton Wanderers

Bolton : Matches Could be Postponed

Bolton Wanderers, yes the great Bolton Wanderers, for who, Stanley Matthews plied his trade along with Nat Lofthouse, way back in the day, are now facing the very real threat that their next two championship matches could be postponed, as their very sorry saga carries on and developes into something much worse. Ken Anderson the clubs current owner, who has

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Could this former Premier League striker be the right fit for Bolton?

Bolton have fought valiantly against the drop this term, and have managed to scramble away from the relegation zone. Sitting in 19th place in the table and only two points clear of the bottom three, they are not safe yet. After the departure of top scorer Gary Madine to Cardiff, Bolton are in desperate need of a goalscorer. With Victor

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Would signing this striker help Bolton stay in the Championship?

Bolton Wanderers return to the Championship has been a struggle, but back to back victories against Sheffield United and Hull City respectively has seen the Trotters move out of the relegation zone and up to 20th in the league table. Despite the victories, Bolton are struggling in front goal as they have only found the back of the net on 25

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Best Championship XI from the Weekend

Goalkeeper-  Ben Alnwick (Bolton)  It was hard to really pick an outstanding performance from the weekend between the sticks but Alnwick did a good job Saturday to keep Bolton in a game in which QPR really piled the pressure on. Defenders- Eric Lichaj (Forest) It was a man of the match performance from the Forest full-back on Saturday against the

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Three reasons why Bolton should stick with Parkinson

As september has ended the footballing community has been able to gain a sense of how teams will fair this season in terms of league position. One team that has certainly fallen below expectations so far this season is newly promoted Bolton Wanderers.   Bolton used to be a Premier League regular until financial dismay saw them slip through the

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