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      06.01.2011 16:12
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      Nickname (s) The Trotters, The Wanderers, The Whites, The White Men
      Founded 1874 (as Christ Church FC)
      Ground Reebok Stadium
      (Capacity: 28,723)
      Owner Eddie Davies
      Chairman Phil Gartside
      Manager Owen Coyle
      League Premier League

      When the despised Gary Megson was 'booed' out of Bolton it looked like relegation for one of the more stable mid-sized clubs in the Premiership. But Chairman Phil Gartside had the perfect replacement lined up and moved on the relegation worries to Burnley when they stole their manager Owen Coyle, a hard man who would wear shorts and a T-Shirt at the North Pole if he had the chance, Brain Laws duly taking Burnley back to the Championship. On the week Bolton Wanderers and Coyle could have gone into the top four at Christmas by leapfrogging Chelsea if they beat them, Brian Laws was sacked, even with Burnley looking comfortable in ninth place in the championship, Turf Moor the smallest and grottiest ground ever to grace the Premier League since Swindon did.

      I think it's fair to say it's tougher than ever for football managers to keep their jobs. Sam Alladyce, the manger before Megson and Sammy Lee at The Reebok, actually took Bolton into Europe with a sixth place Premiership position in 2006 and on course to do the same at Blackburn Rovers, but he, too, sacked for no apparent reason by the new Indian openers. The Bolton fans didn't want Megson from day one and raised the home fans hackles even more when he put out a second eleven in the Quarter Finals of the Europa Cup in 2006, which resulted in an ignominious defeat. At what point didn't Megson think that match did not matter to fans, and when exactly did he think they would be returning to a Europa Cup Q/F in a better position to win it?

      One fifth of all managers in charge in August 2010 have already been fired. In fact 41% of Football League managers in the last five year lasted just one position, 51% of clubs sacking their manager during the last season. Only 6 clubs in the last five years in the 92 teams have not sacked a manager. Can you name them? The mix of extravagant foreign owners and nervous chairman is making the job untenable for most, the average employment in the Coca League just 1.4 years. It's better in the top league, 3.4 years in the Premiership, purely because of the big payoffs the clubs incur though if they get rid too early. The days of Charlie Foweraker's pre-war 25 year reign at Bolton seem along time ago.

      The small clubs can survive in the top league if they keep their ambitions realistic and go about it intelligently, Bolton in that category, sacrificing the domestic cups to seek mid-table security the best way to go. If like Portsmouth you over-extend your team and budget then its game over. Bolton have learnt hat lesson, one of the clubs determined to drive down the wage bill by dumping the likes of Anelka and Nolan. Some clubs see 70% off all incomes going on the players wage bill. Ian Holloway is doing amazing things with a mostly British squad of championship players at Blackpool but he too will be on his way when he can't equal that success next year. The gravitational pull is currently pulling at around ten clubs in the premiership and some big names too; the bottom ten spread by just five points, Bolton a comfortable five points clear of that tractor beam.

      Nat Lofthouse, of course, was Bolton's greatest player, most famous for the Mathews Final where they lost to Blackpool 4-3, but that their only big trophy win since the war. Bolton were also involved in the famous 'white police horse' FA Cup Final in 1923 when 123,000 fans invaded the pitch at Wembley when Bolton finally won the Cup at their third attempt, beating West Ham 2-0. From 1935-1965 Bolton, like many non fashionable NW clubs today, were once big fish and enjoyed 30 years in the top flight in and around the Lofthouse era, one of the longest runs in the top flight. But by 1987 they were in a right mess and suffered their first ever relegation to the bottom league but immediately got promoted back to the then third Division.

      The Bruce Ricoh era saw them return to the top league in 1995 with an accompanying League Cup Final, where they lost 2-1 to Liverpool. But Rioch left for Arsenal and Colin Todd and McFarland took over and quickly dumped Bolton back in the Championship. Since then they have got the new ground and although living above their means sitting an impressive seventh in the league after a patchy Christmas program with 30 points. I have to say they are expensive though and when I watched the Cobblers ( Northampton) win their in extra time a couple of years ago it cost me £38 for a Carling Cup ticket agaisnt their second eleven. They were actually charging two grand for a corporate box for the same game !

      -Squad-

      1 GK Ádám Bogdán
      2 DF Grétar Steinsson
      3 DF Jlloyd Samuel
      4 DF Paul Robinson
      5 DF Gary Cahill
      6 MF Fabrice Muamba
      7 MF Matthew Taylor
      8 MF Stuart Holden
      9 FW Johan Elmander
      10 MF Martin Petrov

      11 MF Ricardo Gardner
      12 DF Zat Knight
      13 GK Robert Lainton
      14 FW Kevin Davies (captain)
      15 MF Riga Mustapha
      16 MF Mark Davies
      17 FW Ivan Klasnić
      18 DF Sam Ricketts
      19 FW Rodrigo Moreno (on loan from Benfica)
      20 FW Robbie Blake

      21 MF Tamir Cohen
      22 GK Jussi Jääskeläinen
      23 MF Sean Davis
      25 DF Marcos Alonso
      27 MF Lee Chung-Yong
      28 MF Joey O'Brien
      33 FW Danny Ward
      40 FW Tom Eaves

      Players wide they have made the most of what they have, Coyle turning around some serial under-performers, including forward Johan Elmander from Sweden, a guy who had scored just four goals in two years. The loss of Nolan has also been countered with the ever reliable Muamba and the returning Matty Taylor. Kevin Davies, who holds the record for the most yellow cards in the premiership, is also still putting himself around and scoring goals, earning that bizarre England cap. Elbowing full-backs in the face doesn't make you international quality Mr Capello!

      Jussi Jääskeläinen has been atop stopper for a while and Gary Cahill an impressive wingback they will struggle to hold onto this summer. Martin Petrov is also a good edition to the side and I also expect young Mark Davies to make the grade, one of three by the same surname in the Bolton squad.

      = = = Honours = = =

      ---FA Cup---

      Winners: 1923, 1926, 1929, 1958
      Runners-up: 1894, 1904, 1953

      ---Football League Cup---

      Runners-up: 1995, 2004

      ---FA Charity Shield---

      Winners: 1958

      ---Second Division/First Division---

      Champions: 1908-09, 1977-78, 1996-97

      Runners-up: 1899-1900, 1904-05, 1910-11, 1934-35

      Play-off Winners: 1995, 2001

      -Third Division/Second Division-

      Champions: 1972-73

      Runners-up: 1992-93

      -Football League Trophy-

      Champions: 1989
      Runners-up: 1986

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        04.08.2009 21:06
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        Bolton Wanderers (BWFC) are now established as a Premiership football team, in the English top division. As founder members of the football league, the club is steeped in history. Originally formed as Christ Church FC, the club later gained the name Bolton Wanderers (Wanderers apparently because of an inability to find a regular ground in the early days although I can't confirm this). The club are nicknamed "the trotters" although the origin of the nickname is unclear but various stories include that the clubs training ground used to be next to a piggery and the players had to "trot" round to get the ball when it went over the fence.

        The club has had some past success such as 4 FA cup wins (including the most recent and famous - 1958 vs Manchester United in which Nat "The Lion of Vienna" Lofthouse scored two goals). Nat Lofthouse is probably the most famous player in Bolton Wanderers history - he was called the Lion of Vienna based on a performance for England in Vienna.

        In more recent times, following a long period in the wilderness, almost going bankrupt but rescued by Normid Superstores (hence the supermarket built in the corner of the old ground at Burnden Park), Bolton began the climb back to the top division again. Much of the early credit for this falls to Bruce Rioch who managed Boltons return to the top flight but unfortunately didn't hang around to help the team stay there - he was lured to manage Arsenal.

        For the start of the 1997 season, the club moved to the out of town Reebok Stadium, their current home for the past 12 years.

        Following a couple of relegations, it was down to a former player - Mr Sam Allardyce to to take the club forward and he did it in style, winning promotion to the Premiership and keeping Bolton there whilst attracting some of the worlds greatest players to unfashionable Bolton Wanderers including Youri Djorkaeff, Jay Jay Okocha, Fernando Hierro, Ivan Campo, Nicolas Anekla amongst many others and led the club into Europe for the first time (Uefa cup).

        Unfortunately, Allardyce left the Wanderers in 2007 and later became manager of Newcastle. After an unfortunate spell in charge by his assistant, Sammy Lee where the team struggled by trying to play a more attractive style of football, a new manager was appointed in the form of Gary Megson. At present the club is looking to build on past success to do well in the 8th successive season in the top flight. The club recently honoured Jussi Jaaskelainen (goalkeeper) with a testimonial game (Vs Hibernian) as he has spent 11 years at the club - loyalty which is rarely seen in the game these days.

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        20.06.2007 13:09
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        Bolton is not just about the Football

        Since a quick perusal of this category showed me that almost all the reviews at the top of the list are about the football team, that it would be of use to someone (dont know who but never mind) to add one which focusses on the town itself.

        Bolton is a town which was until the recently and to a degree still is an industrial town. The industry as with so many northern towns was cotton, here in Bolton there were literally hundreds of cotton mills and associated trades, evdience for which can be seen in the common local names (Weavers, Walkers for example), and in the buildings of the town, many large Mill's still litter the town, many are now used as warehouses or in a few cases have become Apartment buildings though this is less common here than in Manchester, or the rows of terraced houses originally built by mill owners to accomodate their workers.

        With the closing of the mills many Boltonians had to find new employment and due to its proximity and rail connections with Manchester in many ways Bolton has become a commuter town for those who want to work in the city but not live in it.

        But what else has Bolton to offer to a visitor?

        The location on the West Pennine Moors means that for anyone who enjoys nature it is easy to get out on to the hills to walk, though at weekends many carparks are filled during the week there are many places to walk where you wont see another person for hours (barring the odd farmer or farm worker).
        Bolton also has its history, with it being the home of Samuel Crompton (inventor of the Spinning Jenny a machine which revolutionised the spinning process all those years ago). There are many old houses, like Smithills Hall, opened as museums which show life from another era. Also places like Rivington Barn, which combine not only the history but the outdoors aspects.

        Bolton Museum and Library is definitely worth a visit as it has one of the UK's best Egyptology collections, and as well as the more general museum collection and a variety of guest exhibits which are well advertised. Also housed in this building is the Bolton Aquarium, it is down in the Library and Museum basement and has provided me with hours of enjoyment over the months that I have been back here.

        The nightlife I am the first to admit isnt up to much, the town centre has two main nightclubs, J2 and Ikon. Ikon is a Luminar Club and is inkeeping with the Ikon brand, so if you like Ikon in Bristol or Aberdeen chances are this one will also appeal but locally is known as the haunt of chavs and the underage. J2 while it had until recently a good repuation is more expensive and losing customers rapidly, is still a known hangout for Bolton Wanderers footballers. Alongside these are a multitude of late bars and pubs. As well as the slightly seedier bars on Bank St (this is the location of Boltons only stripclub) the exteriors of which have thus far kept me away.

        If you like to gamble we have the Grovesnor Casino in the South side of town near the Market place, but this too is apparently in decline and very much a male only preserve unless of course you are visiting the Mecca bingo hall contained within the same building.

        For studying Bolton boasts of its own University, and Bolton College for adult education. Both institutes are regarded well by the locals though the Uni is still more often referred to as the Institute as it has only recently been made a full university. The range of courses on offer at the Uni are pretty average playing upon its history as a technical college with fewer 'true' academic courses than can be found elsewhere.

        There is no cinema in the town centre but there are buses out to the Valley where you will find a UGC multiplex, or you can go to the Middlebrook (Reebok stadium) where there is a Warner Village and nearby Bowling centre.

        Travelling to and from the town is pretty easy there is the railway station in town centre which has the trains to Manchester, Blackburn, Preston also occasional Virgin trains stop here on the routes to and from Edinburgh and Glasgow and heading down to the Birmingham area. It is also close to the M6 so driving north or south is pretty easily achieved. There are semi regular coaches which stop at the Bus Station enabling travel to most places in the country (using the National Express network).

        Shopping here is a typical town centre experience there are no nice little boutiques nor exclusive shops but the typical range of New Look, Debenhams, Argos, WHSmiths types of shop. The old markethall used to be a nice place to wander when the weather was bad outside but is currently being redeveloped - read turned in to a department store. There is also Crompton Place for undercover shopping but again much of it is your typical high street shops or emtpy units. Car parking in town is plentiful, there are 5 pay and displays that I can think of straight off and many parking bays to be found down quiet streets. A main annoyance however is that the trainstation has no car park of its own, but just across the road is a Sainsburys superstore and small retail park which has plentiful carparking which is where I tend to park.

        For staying in or around the town there are several nice hotels from the former Moat House, in the town centre to Edgerton House, the Last Drop, and the De Vere Whites at the Reebok as well as the usual completment of Travel Lodge/Inns and lots of B and B's.

        I've lived in Bolton now for most of my life (barring an unfortunate 3 years in Walsall and the 4 years I escaped to Scotland) and although the town has its problems I really do think its a nice place to live, though for visting I'm not so sure but then again I live here so the things which tourists want to see are commonplace to me. It has nothing special which makes it stand out but is my hometown and as such I will always be fond of it even if some of the best years of my life have been spent away from it.

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          19.06.2002 04:58

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          Bolton Wanderers FC remind me of yo-yos. They go up and down. This club can either be found battling at the top of the table, in Division 1 or fighting for their lives, at the bottom of the Premiership. People were extremely suprised when, at the beginning of the season, Sam Allardyce managed to keep his club at the top of the Premiership for a few weeks. This was definately what Bolton needed. That small boost helped them to claw their way through the rest of the season. Now Sam will be looking for new players. There is no doubt that he will be closely watching the world cup, keeping an eye out for new talent. I think that Bolton, as a team, are under rated. They have a brilliant spirit and never give up. Now this season is over, everyone is asking the same question. Will Gudni Bergsson stay on next season? I personally hope that he does. He holds up the defence and i have no idea how we will manage without him. A message to Gudni from myself and fellow Wanderers supporters " PLEASE DON'T LEAVE!"

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          21.10.2001 04:40
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          Bolton Wanderers Football Club was originally known as Christ Church when they were formed in 1874. They were one of the twelve founder members of the Football League when it was first established. After short spells at The Park Recreation Ground, Cockles Field and Pikes Lane, the Wanderers settled at Burnden Park which was to be their home for 102 years. They moved to Reebok Stadium in 1997. The Reebok Stadium was built at a cost of £35million. Bolton have been a team that have experienced many ups and down in their long and illustrious history. More recent events have seen them being promoted to the Premier League in 1995 but being relegated at the end of the season in 1996. Then back again in 1997 only to be relegated again at the end of the season in 1998. The disappointments were to continue with Bolton reaching the playoff’s in the following two seasons of 1998/1999 and 1999/2000 but falling at the semi-final stage and the final stage respectively. On October 19th, 1999, Sam Allardyce succeeded Colin Todd as the manager of Bolton Wanderers. Allardyce was a former player and had had two spells at the club. He viewed his appointment as a move back “home” in his words. Allardyce is a shrewd manager and one that Bolton are lucky to have. The club have always been experiencing financial problems mainly due to the high cost of the Reebok Stadium and there “yo-yoing” between the Premier League and the First Division, which lost them the substantial income derived from being in the Premier League and this cost them very dearly. Subsequently Allardyce did not have much money to spend on new players but with his shrewd acumen in the transfer market he managed to secure the services of many new players at cut-throat prices. I will not go into names of players as this opinion is more about the club in general. Allardyce finally succeeded in his dream of bringing Bolton to the Premiershi
          p last season and after two previous attempts this was “third time lucky” for the Bolton faithful. Naturally Bolton were the bookies and the public’s favourites to be relegated at the end of the season. How have they proved everyone wrong. Wins against Leicester, Middlesbrough and Liverpool saw Bolton sit proudly at the summit of the Premier League. After a series of further games, which saw them draw a few and lose a few matches, one of Bolton’s greatest fears have been alleviated. They have accumulated enough points, at this early stage, to be able to retain their Premiership survival by just putting in a few decent performances, especially at home, for the rest of the season. I most certainly have to put this down to the “never day die” attitude of the players and their belief in themselves. This coupled with the strong leadership of their manager Mr. Sam Allardyce. This was epitomized by their splendid performance today against Manchester United were they made history by beating the defending champions at Old Trafford with a score of 1-2. Manchester United have never every lost a game in their history, at Old Trafford, where they have scored first. Today history was made and Bolton were the ones to make it possible. I reckon Bolton will finish just below mid table this season and will not suffer the fate of a relegation battle. The club has a wonderful website at: www.bwfc.co.uk. The site is totally comprehensive and covers all aspects of the club for fans and visitors alike. Finally I’m sure glad that “Big Sam” decided to get rid of that ridiculous moustache off his. He looks absolutely great without it.

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            15.10.2001 20:44
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            When Bolton were promoted to the premiership they were immediately written off as going straight back down, whether thats true or not remains to be seen, but at least they have come up to the bigtime to actually do something! They have loyal fans a good stadium some very good players (maybe not world stars but still good) and they have a youth policy which is amazing. When they started this season they had nothing to lose and played better than any team in the league and were justly sitting at the top of the premiership, obviously like any smaller team it's impossible to maintain these heights without having the depth of squad Manchester utd or Arsenal do. Now that they have began to drop down a little bit in the league everyone will surely start commenting on them being relegated. I for one pray they don't. When Bolton were last in the Premiership they spent the extra money from TV on the Reebok stadium, this time they have invested heavily in the youth program and hopefully if they stay up for next year and become more stable the School of Excellence will be turned into an Academy were players can graduate from. I have been to the youth training and games many times as my girlfriends younger brother plays for Bolton. He is now 11 and is already been on a contract to the club for 2 years, many people , might say thats too young to be contracted but he gets a good social scene that keeps him off the streets, he gets kitted out, training from proffesional football matches, free tickets, physio's who monitor his development physically and help with any kind of complaint he has (basically providing private health care!) and he gets to do something he loves 4 times a week, I couldn't find one young child who wouldn't want that or a parent who wouldn't want that for their child, or equivalent in another sport. The quality on show at the games is amazing for the age of these kids and with a team like Bolton he has a real
            chance of developing his way through the ranks and into the first team squad, at a club like Man utd he'd been tossed aside at the first mistake! I think that Bolton and teams like them are whats lacking in the country and if England want better youth they should look to financially smaller clubs to have good youth policies. Not only is it good news for England it is good news for the league as young players can come through and help better the smaller sides into challenging and not just being the also-rans! The manager at Bolton, Sam Allardyce also deserves a lot of credit for the position that they are in, he set up the youth system and guided an average team from middle of the first division to the top of the premiership on practically negative funds!!! So if you want a team to support then it should definetly be Bolton, a great day out for the family and some good talent on show.

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              27.09.2001 05:26
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              If you've even so much as glanced at an opinion from dave27 previously, you'll know that I've got just the tiniest little tendency to go wandering away from the central subject of the op and end up in some weird little blind alleys. Well, not tonight my dears because I've turned over a new leaf (at least for the moment) of sticking to the knitting. BUT.... I do have just one itsy bitsy little bit of whimsy to offer you before I get down to the nitty gritty of documenting the startling rise of Bolton Wanderers. It does, however, concern their main man, the very bluff and wonderfully sincere Big Heart of the Reebok, manager Sam Allardyce, so I feel justified in dragging you into this little cul de sac... During the summer, after guiding his charges to a marvellous play off triumph against Preston, Big Sam took the radical step of shaving off the YMCA tache he's been sporting so naturally these last twenty years or so. Look at Our Samuel these days and all you see is this enormous naked top lip, glowing like a raw red baby's bottom and drawing everyone's eye unerringly towards it. Graeme Souness, boss of likewise promoted Blackburn, did the same and looks similarly unusual, although in his case it's not the lip but the swelling conk which dominates proceedings. Must be some odd disease going around, but it's certainly done the trick for Our Sam, because Bolton Wanderers have been a wonderful and invigorating shot in the arm for this Premiership season. There's a guy who works for me who's a lifetime Bolton fanatic and has stuck by the Trotters through the bad times. Like many of his compadres, he went into the play off game with Preston, suggesting that whichever of the former footballing giants took the honours would be enjoying only a brief stay in football's limelight before they came crashing down to earth at the end of the season. A fatalist methinks, for he was bemoani
              ng the likely fate of his favourites as they faced an opening day trip to Leicester City. Up came the news flash at 4.50 that first Saturday ... Leicester City 0 Bolton Wanderers 5. No, there must be some sort of mistake, let's wait for the corrections. However, it was right, the Trotters had battered and bruised a hapless Filbert Street outfit and run out clear winners to be surprise first day leaders of the Premiership. Never mind said the pundits, we've seen it all before, the promoted side making a strong start on the back of the advantage of being an unknown quantity, but then crumpling into a heap and dropping back whence they came. Leicester themselves, Manchester City, Watford, to name but three have gone up in a blaze of glory only to see the bottom fall out of their world within twelve short months. EXCEPT this time, the turnaround hasn't come as yet. Bolton have followed up that enormous open day triumph with victories over Middlesbrough and the fancied Liverpool, plus startling draws at Leeds and Arsenal. Three of the favourites for the Premiership this season have foundered on the rock of the Trotters' defence and they remain happily placed in second, with 7 games gone. If nothing else, they have certainly given themselves some insurance against a later battle to avoid the drop. It's unlikely they can maintain their form, however, although Ipswich did last year, but Bolton have proved themselves to be a particularly tough nut to crack and are a well organised, excellent team, with few stars but enormously powerful team spirit and togetherness. This is what football is all about, the fairytale triumph of the little guys and their happy go lucky, salt of the earth, dear old unbewhiskered Samuel Allardyce. Long may the dream continue. They're no mugs either and have some experienced and gifted players at their disposal - former Leeds and Leicester hard nut defender, 33 year old Mi
              ke Whitlow, the vastly experienced Gudni Bergsson alongside him, while former Scottish captain Colin Hendry missed the first few games through injury. The versatile Paul Warhurst, the elegantly gifted dead ball specialist Per Frandsen, the tireless former Wimbledon forward Dean Holdsworth who scored the unexpected winner against Liverpool, the exciting Ricardo Gardner and Michael Ricketts, the promising England Under 21 midfielder Kevin Nolan, another ex Leeds championship winner in Rod Wallace, secured on a free from Rangers, plus the ancient and most unlikely looking centre forward in the game, Ian Club Foot Marshall. These are the roots of the English club game, the heart and soul of the unfashionable bunch, and under the simple and honest Allardyce they have found a system and a style that is ruthlessly effective if very boring and dull. Allardyce was accused of losing his marbles when he left Notts County in the lurch to take over the hot seat at the Reebok, but he has built an outfit which is more than holding its own with the best in the land, bringing us the memories of men like Lofthouse, Jack and Worthington back into the living room. For Bolton are one of the fallen giants of the English game. After being formed in 1874 and turning professional in 1880, they were one of the twelve founder members of the Football League, all drawn from the North and the Midlands, when it came into being in 1888. They stumbled into division two in 1899, and fluctuated between the two divisions for the first decade of the century, before becoming a fixture in the first division from 1911 to 1933, during which time they became the winners of the first Wembley FA Cup final, when British record transfer man David Jack score the winner in the famous White Horse final. They repeated the Cup triumph in 1926 and 1929 and most famously in 1958 when their powerful centre forward Nat Lofthouse, the so called Lion of Vienna (after a triumphant performance for Engl
              and against Austria), bundles the club to the trophy by crushing the life out of a Manchester United side still recovering from the Munich air crash. They never won the Football League championship, yet were out of the top flight for only two seasons between 1911 and 1964, before crashing into the old third division for the first time in 1971. Now they are back for a new shot at the big time and on the basis of their start are set for a reasonable future. Let's just hope that Sam doesn't grow his tache back....

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                27.09.2001 01:59
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                In a similar story to Ipswich last season, Bolton have surprised everyone who follows English football by getting off to a tremendous start in the Premiership. The side everyone tipped to finish bottom of the league and go straight back down to Division One have already scored wins and draws against Liverpool, Leeds and Arsenal, and have topped the Premiership table more than any other team so far. Currently second in the league after seven games, it has been a truly amazing story that has seen the club take the Premiership by storm. I personally predicted that Bolton would be relegated, and although many people still believe Bolton will go down, from what I have seen so far they can finish in the top half of the table providing they avoid an injury crisis. Where so many smaller clubs such as Sunderland have fallen in the past after promising starts is that nowadays you need to have a good squad with a world class substitute in every position to get anywhere in the challenging Premiership. If Bolton can overcome that they should do quite well this season – I predict mid-table, about 10th or 11th, but if they prove to not be able to cope with injuries and suspensions, they could easily fly down the table and be relegated as has happened to many teams in previous years. However, with players like Rickets in their side, Bolton may be able to stay quite high in the table, but don’t expect a title challenge just yet :)

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                  16.09.2001 20:02

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                  Bolton Wanderers are a team that many think will finish bottom of the premier league and go straight back down to Division 1. They have not got the sort of money that many other premiership clubs have and so they are not a team that are able to make big signings that would help give them more chance of surviving in the big league. They have got quite a few good players in their squad and I think that if their best players can stay fit for the majority of the season, and perform at their best every time they play, then Bolton could surprise a few people and stay out of the relegation zone, come next May. As I have said, Bolton have got a few good players in their squad, including Michael Ricketts, Per Frandsen and Gudni Bergsson. All 3 of these players can help Bolton do well this season in the premiership, as long as they stay fit and perform their best in every game they play. I think Michael Ricketts will finish Bolton’s leading goal scorer, as he is a good finisher and can frighten some defences with his strength. Per Frandsen is probably Bolton’s best player. He can score goals and help the rest of the team perform well. Gudni Bergsson is an experienced defender who is a good leader. He can encourage other players and I think he will be needed throughout the season at the heart of Bolton’s defence. Bolton have got a really nice stadium as well as a good manager and I think these things are essential in a good team. I think Bolton will finish around 15th this and they won’t be relegated like many people say. They have got off to an amazing start to the season, having played 5, won 3, drawn 1 and lost 1. This is a great start to the season for them and they will be hoping they keep it up.

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                  08.09.2001 21:59
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                  Bolton have gone into the 2001-2002 season as massive relegation favourites after winning promotion via the play-offs. This is the third time they have been in the Premiership since 1995, but on each of the previous occasions they lasted just one year in the top flight. But after three games of the new season, Bolton top the table with 9 points, including an impressive victory against star-studded Liverpool. So can Bolton Wanderers defy the critics and ‘do an Ipswich’ or will they fade away. MANAGER Sam Allardyce – Allardyce is certainly not a manager coming into the Premiership with a huge reputation, but that is certainly not because of any lack of ability – he led them to the play-offs in 1999 and 2000, before winning promotion last time round. He has a 10 year contract with the Lancashire club and has already made his mark in the Premiership winning ‘Manager of the Month’ for August. It may not be too long before Sam Allardyce is approached by a bigger club. GOALKEEPERS Jussi Jaaskelainen played an important role in Bolton’s promotion last year and was one of the best keepers outside the Premiership. Jaaskelainen may be no Peter Schmeichel or Fabien Barthez but he is easily capable of doing a good job this season – if Allardyce decides to strengthen his squad this season, it is unlikely that a new goalkeeper will be near the top of his shopping list. DEFENDERS In Colin Hendry, Paul Warhurst and Gudni Bergsson Bolton have three very experienced defenders who were the base on which Bolton’s promotion was won last year. Hendry is still one of the best defenders in England, and it is unlikely that he will perform with anything other than his usual solidarity. A lot depends on how well Warhurst and Bergsson can make the step up to the Premiership. The capable Simon Charlton and Andy Barness are also in the squad. MIDFIEL
                  DERS Bolton have an average strength midfield – on their day they can be very good but they are not going to consistently put in outstanding performances. Youngster Kevin Nolan has already grabbed the headlines, scoring twice on the opening day, in Bolton’s 5-0 thrashing of Leicester on the opening day, and is very highly rated by people in the know at Bolton. Bo Hansen and Per Frandsen are typical efficient, hard-working and creative Scandinavian players who are the key to the Bolton midfield. Jamaican Ricardo Gardner impressed in the 1998 World Cup, while exciting Gareth Farrelly makes up the midfield. STRIKERS Goals have, in the past, been the problem for newly promoted sides, as strikers struggle to adapt to much tougher defences than they face in Division One. However, Bolton have got as good a chance as any other recently promoted side to score plenty Dean Holdsworth, the ex-Wimbledon man, always looked capable at this level and after a successful Division One campaign he should be in great shape for the new season. Michael Ricketts gained a reputation as a super-sub, after netting goal after goal off the bench, but will be looking to shake off that tag and should start most games. Veteran Ian Marshall, who can also play in defence, will add some much needed experience to the front line. Bolton may have made a lightning quick start to the season but don’t expect it to last – they simply don’t have enough strength in depth to cope with a full Premiership season. If they are not relegated, they will be somewhere in the lower part of the bottom half of the table. They are capable of beating any team in the Premiership as they showed against Liverpool but it is difficult to see where more than 40 points will come from.

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                  As the Premiership takes a break for today's crunch clash between World Cup rivals England and Germany, Bolton Wanderers find themselves sitting top of the English Premiership, reflecting on what has been a dream start for the club. First of all, I should point out, I'm not a Bolton fan - but I've always had a soft spot for the club after Owen Coyle - a legend at my team, Airdrie - spent a couple of seasons at them back in 1993. My early memories of Bolton are of a good cup side and they had some memorable victories in the nineties over top sides such as Arsenal. However, they have for so long failed to make an impact in the Premiership. After twice failing to survive on the big stage and going straight back down to the Nationwide league after being promoted, Bolton appeared to be on a downward spiral - forced to sell all their best players just to stay financially viable - and with little prospects of sucess. However, the departure of Colin Todd led to the appointment of former Notts County manager Sam Allardyce and within a matter of months, he began to work his magic at the ambitious club, who had recently moved to a new, state-of-the-art Reebok Stadium. Influential midfielder Per Frandsen returned from Blackburn and Bolton began to prove their critics wrong, climbing the table and earning a play-off spot with striker Michael Ricketts scoring goals for fun. Having failed at the play-off hurdle in the previous two seasons, once in the final to Watford and the previous season to Ipswich, all signs pointed against Bolton. They made hard work of their semi-final victory over West Brom, fighting back from 2-0 in the first leg and then clinching the tie at the Reebok. The final brought no such worries, a 3-0 win over Preston North End securing their return to the big time. Immedietely, the critics tipped them for the drop, but like Ipswich the year before them, they were determined to prove their doubters wrong. They star
                  ted off their campaign with a sensational 5-0 win away at Leicster City, having raced into a 4-0 lead at half-time, then followed it up with a 1-0 win at home to Middlesborough in the midweek. Still, the critics were sniping at them, claiming they had yet to face in-form opposition. Such opposition arrived a matter of days later in the form of treble winners Liverpool. Again, Bolton proved up to the task - winning thanks to a dramatic last minute goal from Dean Holdsworth. So, after three game of the Premiership season, Bolton Wanderers sit proudly at the top of the table. The critics will be waiting for the bubble to burst, but don't be surprised if Bolton do an Ipswich and enjoy a fair degree of success this season.

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                    Bolton Wanderers are a team that many think will finish bottom of the premier league and go straight back down to Division 1. They have not got the sort of money that many other premiership clubs have and so they are not a team that are able to make big signings that would help give them more chance of surviving in the big league. They have got quite a few good players in their squad and I think that if their best players can stay fit for the majority of the season, and perform at their best every time they play, then Bolton could surprise a few people and stay out of the relegation zone, come next May. As I have said, Bolton have got a few good players in their squad, including Michael Ricketts, Per Frandsen and Gudni Bergsson. All 3 of these players can help Bolton do well this season in the premiership, as long as they stay fit and perform their best in every game they play. I think Michael Ricketts will finish Bolton’s leading goal scorer, as he is a good finisher and can frighten some defences with his strength. Per Frandsen is probably Bolton’s best player. He can score goals and help the rest of the team perform well. Gudni Bergsson is an experienced defender who is a good leader. He can encourage other players and I think he will be needed throughout the season at the heart of Bolton’s defence. Bolton have got a really nice stadium as well as a good manager and I think these things are essential in a good team. I think Bolton will struggle this season, even though they have got off to an amazing start to the season, having played 3, won 3 and scoring 8 goals in the process, conceding 1. Bolton are another promoted side and I honestly do not think they have a large enough squad of players to survive in the premiership, although they have got quite a few decent players. Below is my opinion of their best 11: Goalkeeper – Jussi Jaaskelainen I haven’t heard mu
                    ch about this keeper but from what I have seen so far of him in the premiership, he is pretty good. He has only conceded 1 goal in 3 games, which isn’t bad seeing as he is playing for a team who are favourites to be relegated. Right Back – Mike Whitlow He is a good defender who will always do who job well. He is a good tackler and an ok passer too. Centre Back – Gudni Bergsson He is one of Bolton’s best players. Bergsson is Bolton’s captain and he has lead by example during the opening 3 games of the season. He even admitted the other day that he was shocked when Bolton beat Liverpool 2-1 to go top of the premiership. He is a good tackler and passer, as well as being decent in the air. Centre Back – Anthony Barness Anthony Barness is an experienced defender who has played for Charlton and Chelsea in his career. He is an average defender who is good with both feet. Left Back – Simon Charlton He signed for Bolton in Jul 2000 and he is an experienced and solid player. He has made quite an impact so far in the premiership and has already been man of the match in on of Bolton’s opening games. Right Midfielder – Kevin Nolan Nolan scored 2 goals in Bolton’s first game of the season and he has shown that he is a good all round player. I think he will score quite a few goals this season, from his midfield position. Centre Midfielder – Paul Warhurst The former Blackburn midfielder is now in his 30’s, but going quite well at Bolton. He can also play as a striker when need, although his best position is in midfield. He is a strong tackler and will be needed this season so that Bolton have a chance of survival in the premiership. Centre Midfielder – Per Frandsen Frandsen is in his second spell at the club after he re-joined Bolton having spent about a season at Blackburn. He is
                    one of Bolton’s best players and has already scored 2 goals this season. Both were great free kicks against Leicester on the opening day. Left Midfielder – Ricardo Gardner The Jamaican born player is a young talented player with a good left foot. He is quite fast and he was Jamaica’s star in the 1998 World Cup 1998. Striker – Michael Ricketts Ricketts is my favourite player at Bolton. Last season, he often came on as a sub and scored quite a few goals as Bolton were promoted to the premiership. This season has seen him start all 3 of their opening games and he has scored in all 3 of them. He is a good finisher and he is strong too, which helps in his way when he takes on opposition. Striker – Bo Hansen Bo Hansen is a decent striker who can score goals. He has won the Danish championship in his career and I think he could form a good partnership with Ricketts, if they are partnered together.

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                      I am only joking by the way; the title comes from a remark I heard on TV the other day. So, Bolton Wanderers, The Trotters, whatever you want to call them, have started the new season off in grand style, not only are they topping the league, but they are yet to even concede a goal yet, I know you are all saying “Bloody hell, the season is only 2 games old”, but the point is, Bolton were, and still are, everyone’s odds-on favourites to drop straight back down, yet here they are, sitting on the top of the table and probably only needing a maximum of 34 points to secure safety. So, will it last, the answer to this is no, and when will it end, hopefully next Monday, as my team Liverpool play them at the Reebok Stadium (Live on Sky). I would actually like Bolton to have a decent season, don’t ask me why, but I just would, they have been something of an up-and-down or Yo-Yo team over the last 20 years or so, from dropping from the old Division 1 (Now the Premiership) to the old Division 4 (Now Division 3…I know its complicating, but blame the FA and Football League for all this) in the space of 8 years in the 80’s, and then coming back the other way in the next 8 years, since then, then have bounced from Premiership to Division 1 more times than Manchester City (Sorry City fans), so maybe its time their fans had something to be happy about. Who are Bolton Wanders? ----------------------- Well, they are actually a very famous and old team; they were actually one of the 12 founder members of the Football League, back in 1888, at that time, they played at a ground called “Pikes Lane”, this was their home until 1895, that’s when they moved to their more famous home of Burnden Park, this was their home for 102 years, when, having to move with the times, they decided to build their current home, which is the “Reebok Stadium”. Bolton have had a pretty chequered his
                      tory, with their constant, up and down between divisions, they have also tasted a bit of success, having won the FA Cup a impressive 4 times, as well as various other lower division titles, they have also had one or two very famous players playing for them, the most famous being Nat Lofthouse, who played for Bolton for 15 years, between 1945 and 1960. Enough of the history, what about now? -------------------------------------- OK, OK, I’ll get on to the modern day Bolton Wanderers, you know, the ones that will hopefully taste their first defeat of the season on Monday. Bolton are not the most fashionable side and you won’t find many (if any) big name superstars, they concentrate mainly on hard work and togetherness to achieve their success, and their shrewd manager Sam Allardyce. This hard work, has resulted in them beating Leicester 5-0 at Filbert Street (probably the shock of the season, and will remain so) and then defeating Middlesborough 1-0 at home, with Per Frandsen, Kevin Nolan and Michael Ricketts scoring 2 goals each. Goal Keepers: ------------- Currently occupying the goalkeeping jersey is their Finnish goalie called Jussi Jaaskelainen (yes, its spelt correctly), Jussi, has had a chequered time of it at Bolton, having suffered one or two cases of the David James’s, which caused his confidence to drop, but has now re-instated himself as their number one, and actually been involved with his national side, his understudy is the capable Steve Banks. Defenders: ---------- Bolton don’t really have any real big money superstars in their defensive ranks, just a collection of solid and honest professionals, players like Icelandic international Gudni Bergsson, Scottish international Colin Hendry and various other solid professionals like Anthony Barness, Simon Charlton, Mike Whitlow and utility player Paul Warhurst. Midfielders: ------------- Once again, no big money superstars, just a collection of solid pro’s and various international players, these include, the enigmatic Jamaican international Ricardo Gardner, Danish attacking midfielder Per Frandsen and their new rising star Kevin Nolan, a young midfielder from Liverpool, who has been their biggest find through their youth ranks, for some years. Strikers: --------- Their main stars here, being record signing Dean Holdsworth, to whom they signed off Wimbledon for £3.5 million and their new scoring sensation Michael Ricketts, to whom since signing from Walsall, for an initial fee of £250,000 (due to rise on appearances, etc) and attacking midfielder come striker Bo Hansen, another Danish national, to whom cost £1 million, from Brondby. So, there you go, not exactly a group of household names, just a solid and very professional outfit, to whom teamwork seems to be their main weapon, so here’s to Bolton Wnaderers, and their much suffering fans, enjoy your time at the top, (until Monday that is) and here’s hoping you get that bit of luck, and hopefully become the surprise package of the season, just like Ipswich Town last season

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                          It seems as though Bolton always get into the playoffs of division one and always make the final, play the game as the better side and unfortunately lose the match, condemning them to another year of 50 games + a season. I watched the final last season against Ipswich, and I really did empathise with the Bolton Supporters. I was fairly surprised to see Watford slip up after such a good start to division one again, seeing as they were basically the only team in touch with Fulham, but they haven't even made the playoffs! Bolton finished a comfortable 3rd. I'll by cheering for them. The championship was always going to Craven Cottage - Fulham have been astounding all season, and have rarely shown signs of faulting, nor have they had a bad run at all. So the second automatic promotion spot would prove to be the next best thing and something only Blackburn Rovers and Bolton Wanderers really had a chance of making, Bolton haven't beaten Rovers this season, and they now face the challenge of the semis and the final! Bolton Wanderers have a wonderful stadium, the Reebok Stadium accomodates the faithful 25,000 supporters - lets just hope they never change the kit supplier. That'd be an expensive ground change! For me there have been three outstanding players at Bolton - the whole team have achieved a lot this year, and I am sure they will go up through the playoffs, but I won't jynx anything just yet. Michael Ricketts has managed to score around 21 goals this year - a superb tally for such a young player, and I predict he will be an England star. Per Frandsen has been bought and brought back to Bolton from rivals and neighbours Blackburn, and he has had a very good season for the Wanderers. Dean Holdsworth a brilliant ex Wimbledon player should stay with them next year and score a few more - he's been superb so far for them. Does Mark Fish still play for them? I predict a playoff win, and promotion back to the Premiers
                          hip - Sam Allardyce has done wonders for the wanderers after Colin Todd left...!

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