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scottjames30

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Nat Lofthouse
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Boggersbelief wrote:
scottjames30 wrote:
Boggersbelief wrote:I've changed my mind on the result. We'll smash this lot 0-3
That's the spirit lad, don't let the doom merchants drag you down.

They'll be out in force if we lose though.

They're wishing it.

Good will defeat evil my friend, the five real Bolton fans on this forum will be laughing at them at the end of the season.

COYW!!!

Boggersbelief

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
scottjames30 wrote:
Boggersbelief wrote:
scottjames30 wrote:
Boggersbelief wrote:I've changed my mind on the result. We'll smash this lot 0-3
That's the spirit lad, don't let the doom merchants drag you down.

They'll be out in force if we lose though.

They're wishing it.

Good will defeat evil my friend, the five real Bolton fans on this forum will be laughing at them at the end of the season.

COYW!!!

Have you noticed how they haven't been around since the good times started to roll again

scottjames30

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I noticed that, I bet they are well pissed off.

They're all hiding cheering on our opponents.

Or slagging the owners

Boggersbelief

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Nat Lofthouse
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karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Going for a 2-0 win to the Trotters!

:COYW:

Sluffy

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Natasha Whittam wrote:Just ignore Admin and Mods, they don't know what day it is.

New members can't post external links until they have made a certain amount of posts.

Very Happy

Natasha's probably right!

Karlypants or BoltonTillIDie (our site IT experts) are the ones who can sort you out if you want any help.

(or Natasha of course!).

scottjames30

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Good looking bench if things go against us.

Boggersbelief

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
No Clayton again!

BoltonTillIDie

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John McGinlay
John McGinlay
Clayton tweeted he's injured, nothing major

Cajunboy

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Tony Kelly
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wanderlust wrote:
Cajunboy wrote:Due to the local feelings towards the Oystons, it is more then likely that the away supporters will out number the home fans tonight.


Many locals wish they were playing Torquay , just to give two fingers to the current owners with  an embarrassingly low  crowd attendance.
You going Cajun? Practically next door for you isn't it?
Sadly no!

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
There is a new Radio Nuts link via the portal for this game!

doffcocker

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Ivan Campo
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Very disappointing, but incredibly predictable game. 

I said after the Sheff Utd match that the pleasing result just papers over the cracks. And of course we had the usual knobheads like Whittam coming out with the same old namby-pamby wishy-washy "why can't we all just rejoice and be happy that we've won a match against a good team" bullshit. Well guess what. We've lost tonight. Against a thoroughly shit team, in complete decline. And it's not like we put all the reserves out, as the vast majority featured on Saturday too. 

So yes, Champions League or Micky Mouse Cup, it's a dreadful result against a club far worse off than us, and even more evidence that we're a long way off where we need to be.

Number8bus

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Mario Jardel
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I am going to have to leave facebook for a while because a mate of mine who is Blackpool fan is going to tear me a new arsehole...

Biggie

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doffcocker wrote:Very disappointing, but incredibly predictable game. 

I said after the Sheff Utd match that the pleasing result just papers over the cracks. And of course we had the usual knobheads like Whittam coming out with the same old namby-pamby wishy-washy "why can't we all just rejoice and be happy that we've won a match against a good team" bullshit. Well guess what. We've lost tonight. Against a thoroughly shit team, in complete decline. And it's not like we put all the reserves out, as the vast majority featured on Saturday too. 

So yes, Champions League or Micky Mouse Cup, it's a dreadful result against a club far worse off than us, and even more evidence that we're a long way off where we need to be.

Interestingly your post time was 21:18 or something. Is the forum clock wrong?

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It's shit anyway.



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karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Biggie wrote:
doffcocker wrote:Very disappointing, but incredibly predictable game. 

I said after the Sheff Utd match that the pleasing result just papers over the cracks. And of course we had the usual knobheads like Whittam coming out with the same old namby-pamby wishy-washy "why can't we all just rejoice and be happy that we've won a match against a good team" bullshit. Well guess what. We've lost tonight. Against a thoroughly shit team, in complete decline. And it's not like we put all the reserves out, as the vast majority featured on Saturday too. 

So yes, Champions League or Micky Mouse Cup, it's a dreadful result against a club far worse off than us, and even more evidence that we're a long way off where we need to be.

Interestingly your post time was 21:18 or something. Is the forum clock wrong?
Looks fine to me.

Is your PC clock right?

Biggie

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I mean because we didn't actually lose until after 10pm.

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karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Biggie wrote:I mean because we didn't actually lose until after 10pm.
He posted at 22:18 though.

Am I missing something? Very Happy

Sluffy

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karlypants wrote:
Biggie wrote:I mean because we didn't actually lose until after 10pm.
He posted at 22:18 though.

Am I missing something? Very Happy

I think it is your clock that is out Biggie, mate!



Biggie

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That is odd. My PC clock is correct but all posts on here are showing an hour behind for me. I bet it's a setting in my profile. Sorry all. Carry on.

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Boggersbelief

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
doffcocker wrote:Very disappointing, but incredibly predictable game. 

I said after the Sheff Utd match that the pleasing result just papers over the cracks. And of course we had the usual knobheads like Whittam coming out with the same old namby-pamby wishy-washy "why can't we all just rejoice and be happy that we've won a match against a good team" bullshit. Well guess what. We've lost tonight. Against a thoroughly shit team, in complete decline. And it's not like we put all the reserves out, as the vast majority featured on Saturday too. 

So yes, Champions League or Micky Mouse Cup, it's a dreadful result against a club far worse off than us, and even more evidence that we're a long way off where we need to be.

I find it strange how you only ever mention Whittam. Like in most of your posts. Starting to think you have a weird crush, it's not actually a woman you know.

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Boggersbelief wrote:I find it strange how you only ever mention Whittam. Like in most of your posts. Starting to think you have a weird crush, it's not actually a woman you know.

You twat. I can't help it when people fall in love with me. Don't forget you've had your moments too.

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I wasn't there. I truly couldn't give a shit about the competition. No doubt a shite result but it's what happens on Saturday that matters. Long journey, small ground full to the rafters with home fans, team just promoted. It's the sort of game we always lose.

Parkinson needs to stop the away rot.

whatsgoingon

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Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
Biggie wrote:That is odd. My PC clock is correct but all posts on here are showing an hour behind for me. I bet it's a setting in my profile. Sorry all. Carry on.
Mines the same, let me know if you find out why?

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
whatsgoingon wrote:
Mines the same, let me know if you find out why?

Go to your profile and update your clock settings.

Utter bellends.

whatsgoingon

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Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
I don't give a shit about the competition either but an exit in the next round against a team that could generate some very welcome revenue in the next round would have been better.
It sounds as though there were some positives from listening on the radio (thanks guys) Tom Walker sounded like he had a good game and was probably unlucky to get taken off instead of the largely anonymous Taylor, Mark Davies sounds like he had a good game, Laurie Wilson was better back in his proper position, some quality from Trotter for Proctors goal and a proper strikers reactions and finish from Woolery.
Hopefully with what looks like a promising partnership with Wheater and Beevers together and Spearing back in front of them we'll be less easy to penetrate on Saturday.

whatsgoingon

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Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
Natasha Whittam wrote:
whatsgoingon wrote:
Mines the same, let me know if you find out why?

Go to your profile and update your clock settings.

Utter bellends.
Thanks you fuckin tranny  Very Happy

gloswhite

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Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff
Mixed feelings for last nights result. Yes, were still settling in, and learning, but with some good passages of play. However, and maybe its just me, but I just get depressed with yet another defeat. The signs are there that we are more resilient, and more capable than last term, but I know every defeat will remind me of how bad our last few years have been, and hoping that were not on the slippery slope again.

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Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
I know what you mean but last night we changed half the back four and lost the 2 midfielders that protect them so it was going to be tough to replicate the resilience, but what sounded promising is that we seemed to offer more going forward (and with Clough and Clayton to come in).
At the end of the day we are work in progress and our progress is based in bargain basement players no one else wants, but what offers me hope is the seemingly paradigm like shift in attitude from beaten before they kick off to believing they will win and putting the type of effort in to back that belief up.
Onwards and upwards but expect a few bumps on the way..

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Report: Blackpool 4-2 Bolton AET

OVERVIEW

Bolton Wanderers suffered a first round EFL Cup extra-time exit at the hands of Blackpool on Tuesday night.

Jamie Proctor headed the Whites ahead right on the stroke of half-time, only for Blackpool to turn the game on its head against the run of play courtesy of two goals in quick-succession from Kelvin Mellor and Brad Potts.

Having hit the crossbar in the first half, Alex Finney was again denied by the woodwork as Bolton went in search of an equaliser before substitute Kaiyne Woolery rounded goalkeeper Sam Slocombe to level the scores in second half stoppage-time.

But with Trotters chances limited in extra-time, goals from Jim McAlister and John Herron saw Wanderers suffer a premature exit.

TEAM NEWS
Jamie Proctor was handed his full Wanderers debut while Mark Davies was handed the captain's armband as Phil Parkinson made seven changes to the side that beat Sheffield United on Saturday.

Elsewhere, Ben Amos was named in goal while Alex Finney, Derik Osede, Liam Trotter and Tom Walker were also included in the Whites' starting line-up.

FIRST HALF
Backed by 2,261 vocal away supporters, Wanderers, wearing their Macron-manufactured sky blue 2016/17 away kit for the first time, started brightly as they looked to control the early possession at a windy Bloomfield Road.

However, with opportunities limited at either end, both sides were restricted to efforts from distance during the open quarter as they looked to take advantage of the conditions.

A wicked deflection almost gifted Bolton the lead midway through the half as a curling Liam Trotter effort seemed to wrong-foot Sam Slocombe, only for the goalkeeper to recover the ball on the line.

Continuing to try their luck from range, Derik was next to pull to trigger for the Trotters after the ball fell kindly to him 25-yards from goal, only to see his effort fly harmlessly over the crossbar.

It was to be the Spaniard’s last involvement of the night however, as injury forced him off moments later with Josh Vela entering the fray in his place.

Wanderers looked to get Mark Davies on the ball more as the half progressed with the talismanic playmaker going close to opening the scoring on the half-hour mark.

Combining well with Liam Trotter, the midfielder played a clever one-two on the edge of the Blackpool before rifling a shot narrowly over the bar with Slocombe well-beaten.

At the other end, Jim McAlister should have broken the deadlock for the hosts after connecting with a low cutback across goal, only to side-foot wide from close-range.

Lady luck was against Bolton as they twice went within a whisker of opening the scoring soon after, having a strike cleared off the line before being denied by the woodwork.

Coming from a Tom Walker corner, Mark Beevers rose highest at the far post to connect with the set-piece only to see his downward header cleared off the line, with Alex Finney then heading the rebound against the crossbar as Blackpool survived the danger.

However, just as it looked like the sides would go in at the break with the scores goalless, Jamie Proctor pounced to fire Wanderers ahead as he opened his account for the club. 

Sneaking in at the far post, the unmarked forward timed his run to perfection to connect with Trotter’s lofted cross, powerfully heading home to mark his first Trotters start with a goal in the dying embers of the half.

SECOND HALF
Picking up where they left off, Wanderers had a strong penalty shout turned away with seconds of the restart as they looked to attack straight from the off.

Connecting on the volley with Lawrie Wilson’s cross, Trotter saw his thunderous first-time strike blocked Brad Potts, with loud shouts for handball from the Bolton players and supporters alike ignored by referee Darren Bond.

High in confidence having taken the lead, the Trotters quickly took control of the tie as the half wore on with Davies dictating play in the heart of midfield. 

Creating numerous chances as they looked to double their lead and put the match to bed, Trotter saw another volley this time saved by Slocombe, while Walker and Chris Taylor both fired powerful efforts off-target.

However, Ben Amos had to alert to prevent Blackpool an equaliser midway through the half, diving full-stretch to tip Mark Yeates’ curling free-kick past the post.

Having replaced goalscorer Proctor, Gary Madine was unlucky not to extend Wanderers’ lead against his former club as he connected well with a Davies’ cutback, only to see his effort blocked.

But Bolton were made to rue their missed opportunities as Blackpool levelled the scores against the run of play with 15 minutes left on the clock, Kelvin Mellor emphatically volleying home across goal at the far post.

Things got worse for the Trotters moments later as the Seasiders took the lead, Potts the goalscorer this time as he rifled home at the far post from a Blackpool corner.

Phil Parkinson responded immediately by bringing on Kaiyne Woolery as Wanderers pressed forward in search of an equaliser, only for the woodwork to again deny Bolton and Finney as the centre-back headed against the post.

But just as it looked like they would undeservedly exit the competition at the first hurdle, Woolery delivered in the fifth minute of stoppage time to force extra-time, rounding Slocombe before coolly slotting home after racing onto a long ball forward.

EXTRA TIME FIRST HALF
Bolton continued to control possession but without testing Slocombe as the first half of extra-time passed with limited goal-mouth action at either end.

However, the Trotters could have re-taken the lead on the stroke of half-time, Taylor volleying narrowly over as penalty kicks loomed at Bloomfield Road.

EXTRA TIME SECOND HALF 
Blackpool again took the lead as McAlister slotted home into an empty net in the 110th minute, side-footing home substitute John Herron’s pass across goal.

Amos denied Mark Culllen with his feet after the forward found himself one-on-one moments later.

But it was soon 4-2 as Wanderers were caught out on the break, Herron lobbing Amos to double the Seasiders’ lead and seal Bolton’s fate.

FULL TIME

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