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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.



There are reports flying around in England that the ownership tussle at Bolton Wanderers is set to end. The Bolton News claims that Dean Holdsworth has agreed and signed a deal that would make his partner Ken Anderson the owner of the club.

The pair combined to buy the club off Eddie Davies last year but they have been locked in a serious back and forth that had threatened to sink the whole club. Reports say Anderson’s firm Inner Circle Investments Ltd. has bought over the rights of Sports Shield BWFC – a firm created when they acquired the club last March.


Bolton Should Use the Extended Break, Claims Parkinson

Phil Parkinson claims that Bolton Wanderers should make the most out of an extended break that they have received as a result of the game with Sheffield United been postponed.

Bolton were due to play against Sheffield United during the weekend, but it was postponed due to a frozen pitch. Even though calling off the game was one of the last resorts, Parkinson claimed that the referee had a little option after having had a good look at the pitch. The decision also may feel good for Bolton considering that they had less than 48 hours in order to prepare for this match.


Bolton wanderers lost to Walsall in the English League One game played over the weekend.

The game is peculiar as it ends the unbeaten run of the Wanderers this term. Shot stopper for the host Neil Etheridge put up an outstanding performance, helping the team reduced to 10 men get a well-prized victory.


Jimmy Phillips believes Gary Madine can still redeem himself at Bolton Wanderers. A return of just six goals in 36 games and a high-profile bust-up with former manager Neil Lennon ensured the striker’s first season at the Macron Stadium ended on a not so pleasant note.

Sports Shield take over is good for Bolton

A few days ago it was officially confirmed and announced that the Sports Shield consortium had completed taking over the English League Championship club.

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Bolton Wanderers have endured a nightmare start

Bolton Wanderers have endured a nightmare start to the pre-season after losing all of their games until now.

Despite this, manager Neil Lennon is confident that his players will turn around the situation and be ready in time for the start of the new season. Pre-season provides a lot of confidence to the players, but it has been the other way round at Bolton. The club has been involved in three pre-season friendlies so far and they have lost every one of them. Their latest defeat came in the game against Morecambe, which is seen as very bad.

Bolton Wanderers has been experiencing continues Victories

Successive clean sheets and victories is what Bolton Wanderers has been experiencing ever since Neil Lennon took charge of the Football Championship League in October of 2014. The English club experienced a huge revival as Lennon was able to push Bolton from the bottom of the league into the middle spots; all of this was accomplished during the initial 3 months of Neil Lennon in charge of the squad.

Neil Lennon curious to have new entries this season

Neil Lennon is willing for the board permission to make a few signings for Bolton Wanderers this winter.

As per the reports, the manager wants a couple of defenders as well as the strikers to be added to the squad.

Bolton is presently holding the 15th position in the Championship table, having been able to win only one third of their games so far.

To be precise, the Whites have played 24 games out of which they have won 8 and have drawn 5. The rest of the 11 games, they have ended up losing and right now, they have got only 29 points.

Matt Mills happy with Bolton Wanderers

Matt Mills is glad that Bolton Wanderers are not in the relegation zone anymore.

The Wanderers had dropped down to the relegation zone towards the end of last month, but, a couple of consecutive wins against Cardiff City and Wigan Athletic respectively in the first week of November has helped them get to the 21st position in the table.

After the Wigan game, Bolton had actually reached no. 18, but, then, the outcomes of the other games the following day got them down again. However, they remained just above bottom 3.


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