BOLTON WANDERERS EYEING DEAL FOR DEFENDER

Bolton Wanderers are determined to do a summer deal for Swansea City loanee Declan John. This is according to the publication from the Manchester Evening News (MEN). Declan John is on loan at Bolton Wanderers from Welsh team Swansea City having joined them during the January transfer window. The left-back has impressed a great deal in the Bolton Wanderers colours since joining the club last month and he's on course to make a permanent move to the club.The good thing for both Declan John and Bolton Wanderers is that the player would be a free agent in the summer. The defender has a few months left on his current deal at parent club Swansea City meaning that Bolton Wanderers can snap him up on a free transfer this summer.

BOLTON STARTLET SNUBS WEST HAM

West Ham United were reportedly snubbed by Bolton teenager Regan Riley, who opted to sign for English Championship leaders Norwich City. This is according to the report from Football Insider. It was revealed that the starlet decided to sign for the Canaries ahead of the Hammers on the final day of the January transfer window. The 18-year-old has signed a three-and-a-half year deal until the end of the 2023/24 season with the option of an additional year that could take him till 2025.


Bolton News revealed that English League One giants Bolton Wanderers received £25,000 for the transfer of Regan Riley and that it includes clauses that would benefit Bolton Wanderers if the player goes on to become an important player for Norwich City. Regan Riley made a handful of appearances for the Bolton Wanderers first team but it was enough for Norwich City manager Daniel Farke to make a move for him. A lot of his playing time was with the Development Squad at Bolton Wanderers.

CARLISLE UNITED AGREE DEAL WITH BOLTON WANDERERS TARGET

Carlisle United have announced as per their official website that they have agreed on a deal that will see them extend the contract of star defender Rhys Bennett. The announcement comes after some weeks of discussion and contract negotiations which involved the player and his agent. He will now stay with the Cumbrians till at least the end of the current campaign.

It is both huge news and a big boost for the club who are currently the leaders of the League Two division after the defender put in some fine performances that have seen him earn a contract renewal. He was strongly linked with an exit and rumours had it that Bolton Wanderers were his most likely destination but with the latest development, he seems to be going nowhere at the moment.

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MATCH PREVIEW: WALSALL VS. BOLTON WANDERERS

Bolton Wanders return to league action on the road as they travel to the Midlands to take on Walsall in the Sky Bet League Two. The game will be played at the Banks' Stadium where both teams would be looking to overpower one another to claim bragging rights.


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Bolton Wanderers player Harry Brockbank has missed the last couple of games for his side but is expected to be making a return from injury very soon. He won't be making any appearance against Walsall as his time on the sideline is set to be extended.

Bolton Wanderers Hosted Fans to Watch the Match

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic situation throughout the world, football matches are getting organized in spectator less stadiums. Thus the football fanatics are really sad but have nothing to do as there are high chances of infection in the crowded areas. In this situation, Bolton Wanderers had decided to invite their fans to watch the match streamed directly from the stadium. Not only the Bolton Wanderers, but some other clubs also have experimented on the thing that if they can stream their matches directly from the venues to the bars of the hotels.


This new idea has seen success as lots of fans love to have drinks while watching the games. They have to book their table in the bars and they will get their drinks and snacks until the match ends. For the booking purpose, the clubs have circulated a phone number. The fans have to call the number and get confirmation of the booking of the table. The cost of this entertainment package is also not very high as they will have to spend only 25 pounds per head. The bars will permit not more than 6 people per table and one family in each. The gates of the bars will open at 5:15 p.m. and the matches will start from 7 p.m.
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Kevin Davies confident Bolton will fare well in League Two

Former Bolton Wanderers star Kevin Davies believes the Trotters should do well in League Two next term. The Trotters have faced back-to-back relegations from the Championship and League One and they will feature in the fourth tier of English football next season. While the current situation is disappointing for the fans, Davies believes they should be grateful, considering the club were nearly expelled from the Football League after entering administration earlier this year.

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Aaron Wilbraham suggests Dean Holden as next Bolton boss

Bolton Wanderers manager Keith Hill will be departing from the club at the end of this month. The club is in need of a new coach and there are many suggestions that are being put forward. English footballer Aaron Wilbraham has suggested Dean Holden as the next manager of Bolton. When Keith Hill leaves,the club will be facing relegation moving to the second tier of English league.

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Rooney describes the experience of playing against Bolton with Manchester United

Wayne Rooney wrote in his Sunday Times column that Manchester United players dreaded to play against Bolton Wanderers. His teammates never liked the idea of playing against them. He also recalled particularly about the French defender Patrice Evra who would be the most tensed about the match. The particular reason for this disinterest wasif one is going to play away matches with Bolton, one needsto win the fight first. Rooney described the matches as horrible as it was always physical.

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Keith Hill pleased with Bolton Wanderers’ draw against Accrington Stanley

Bolton Wanderers manager Keith Hill has appreciated the performance of his team during the 0-0 draw against Accrington Stanley at the weekend. The Trotters had gone into the game on a five-match losing run but they managed to put up a solid defensive display to claim their first clean sheet in nearly a month.

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Keith Hill aiming promotion with Bolton next season

Bolton Wanderers manager Keith Hill has said that he will be eyeing promotion with Bolton Wanderers next season regardless of the division. The Trotters were handed with a 12-point penalty at the beginning of the campaign after they went into administration but they were able to avoid from being defunct with the change in ownership.


The Trotters have since made a decent comeback with the purchase of experienced recruits on loan or Bosman deals but they are still facing a battle to beat the drop. At present, Hill’s side are 15 points adrift of AFC Wimbledon, who are just outside of the relegation zone but there remains plenty of optimism with their recent form and as many as three games in hand.
Speaking to The Bolton News, Hill said that he has clear vision with the Greater Manchester outfit and he has the ambition of getting them promoted from either League One or League Two next term, he told: “I am 100 per cent behind it because they have a clear vision and they are doing things correctly.

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