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.


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.


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.


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.


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.



Stewart Downing joined Blackburn Rovers last summer transfer window and manager Tony Mowbray has come out to heap praise on the former Liverpool man.
Although this is a great defiance from the days when players who made Blackburn rejoice were the likes of Michel Salgado and others of similar caliber, Stewart Downing is not totally feeble when it comes to contributing to the success of any team he has ever played in.
With players like Downing, clubs will always be interested in hiring him for his services until he officially hangs up his boot and upon leaving Middlesbrough last summer, the former England international opted to join out of every other club that chased his signature during the transfer window.


Portsmouth and Bolton Wanderers faced off in League One action as both sides were looking to grab valuable three points. The fixture which would have been a Premier League game a decade ago showed how far both teams had fallen in recent years.

The troubled clubs were embroiled in the relegation battle before the game with Bolton still on negative points following the pointsdeduction by the EFL.

This was therefore a match many Pompey fans were expecting their team to win. However the match was anything but a huge battle on the pitch as both teams came out with a physical approach which disrupted the rhythm of the match.

Bolton boss unlikely to ruin youngsters after late summer recruitment

Bolton Wanderers boss Keith Hill has said that he is unlikely to ruin the club’s youngsters following the late recruitment at the beginning of the month. The Trotters were on the cusp of being defunct after administrative concerns but they managed to avoid selling their assets following a late purchase of the club by Football Ventures.

Since then, there has been a raft of senior signings made to stabilise the club in League One and that is likely to demote the younger players, who featured for the side during the financial burden. Speaking in a press conference, Keith Hill acknowledged the youngsters were helpful during the time of distress and stated that the new and experienced signings will provide the added support to those players.


Phil Parkinson reacts after Bolton’s away win at Queens Park Rangers

Bolton Wanderers manager Phil Parkinson has spoken about the importance of the league triumph at Queens Park Rangers which has kept them in contention to beat the Championship drop. The club have been going through a tough time with the financial crisis but the players have still stuck together and delivered a result which keeps them in the running for survival.

Speaking after the game, Parkinson highlighted the importance of the result, given they managed to close the gap on 21st-placed Millwall, who suffered a late defeat at the hands of Leeds United, he said: "Obviously it's important that other teams have lost, but we've said 'Let's block everything else out and perform as well as we can to keep our credibility'. I feel we did that. I'm absolutely delighted with the win and the performance level. I spoke to the lads about putting things to one side and putting in a performance where the morale is lifted when we come into the training ground, and I feel we did that."

Bolton Wanderers defender not giving up on survival hopes

Bolton Wanderers defender Mark Beevers has said that the Trotters won’t give up on their survival hopes until the final stages of the campaign. The recent midweek results have witnessed the Trotters drop seven points adrift of safety but Beevers insists the club can still turnaround their results to maintain their Championship status.

Speaking to reporters, the 29-year-old said that the club can turn their fortunes around in the final nine games of the campaign, he said:“We believe it and hopefully we can get the fans behind us to believe it too. On paper, with the quality we have got, I don’t think anyone would shy away from saying we are underachieving. The squad has changed massively, but I’d still say we had quality last season and it’s the same this time around. It is all about how it goes on the day. You can have that quality and still be a poor team and I have seen that in the past. I believe we can still do it, though, and so do the rest of the lads.”


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