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Bolton’s coaching group hasn’t received the incentive

Phil Parkinson, the head coach of the Bolton Wanderers, and the members of his support staff have not received any incentive from the club hierarchy after the club managed to deny their demotion to the third tier of English Football the previous season.

Bolton was in the line of demotion right till the end. The match against Nottingham Forest which was their last of the season was a must-win for them to retain their berth in tier two. There was immense pressure, not only on the squad, but on the coaches too ahead of that game, but they pulled it off as they beat Nottingham 3-2 in a close contest.

Neil Lennon really struggling with his Squad

Neil Lennon and his squad have really been struggling during the month of February as they have lost matches when playing against Liverpool, Derby County, Watford and Nottingham Forest.

It was their defeat against Nottingham Forest that has seemed to trouble Neil Lennon as his team lost 4-1 and the manager from Northern Ireland has placed the blame on themselves as Lennon believes that his players can do better.

Davies claims Freedman is responsible for troubles

Former Bolton Wanderers captain Kevin Davies has said that former manager Dougie Freedman is partly responsible for the troubles faced by the club this season. Bolton are at the bottom of the Championship after 11 games this season. The prospect of relegation has become a distinct possibility for the club with more than £ 150 million debt. This could even push them into administration especially given that the Premier League parachute payments have grown very little. Davies, who was the captain of the club for several years before leaving in 2013, says that Freedman instilled a bad atmosphere in the team.


Freedman Faith rewarded

Bolton Wanderers finally managed to pull themselves out of the relegation zone after securing the first win of the season against Rotherham United. Bolton had made a poor start to the season, which raised a lot of questions about the club due to the overhanging financial crisis. Bolton have debts of more than £ 150 million and relegation to the League One will be financially crippling to the club. After six matches in the new season, Bolton were still without a win. This poor record finally ended after a nailbiting 3-2 win over Rotherham.


Freedman Unable To Make Signings

The manager of Bolton Wanderers, Dougie Freedman, wants a quality striker or two desperately, but, he obviously has the budget problem and that’s why, he hasn’t been able to make the signings as per his desire so far. But, the situation is getting panicky now for Bolton. Their frontline appears to be extremely weak.


Bolton Lets Both Barrett And Moritz Go

Bolton Wanderers have let two of their players i.e. Arran Lee Barrett (England) and Andre Moritz (Brazil) go. Both had been signed by the club last summer for just one season and neither of them was able to get a contract extension.

Moritz’s release has come as a surprise for a few of the Wanderers fans as he had featured regularly in the last season and had performed decently. In the 27 matches that he had played, he had found the back of the net on 7 occasions.

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