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MartinBWFC

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El Hadji Diouf
El Hadji Diouf
Could this be four in a row? possibly, but then again we are talking BWFC here, and as we know we don't do anything the easy way.

Hopefully 2-1 to the whites.

wanderlust

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I never thought I'd be writing these words but with Fleetwood winning convincingly last night, this is almost a top-of-the-table clash. 
It's a banana skin of a game but we should get the 3 points.

finlaymcdanger


Andy Walker
Andy Walker
We will beat them

Cajunboy

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Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
This will be a tricky game against the Cod Army.

They are slippery customers and we will have to get the ball in the net more than once to win this game.

The foul weather forecast for Saturday will suit them too.

All hands to the pumps!!!

whatsgoingon

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Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
I'm worried about fishy refereeing decisions but think it will be a hard fought by ultimately comfortable 2-0 win

Reebok Trotter

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Let's hope we batter them.

bryan458

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Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
finlaymcdanger wrote: :agree: We will beat them

Fabians Right Peg

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Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
can't see anything other than a win. bounce

Bwfc1958

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Tinned Toms - You know it makes sense!
They're probably giving us a false sense of security before the inevitable kick in the bollocks but after 3 wins in a row I'm more confident than I've been for many years in a victory. 2-0 win.

Also looking much more resilient and learning how to defend a one goal lead. Early days but can't fault Parky so far. Let's just hope it continues.

King Bill

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David Lee
David Lee
Let's hope we've all got breaming smiles come full time and The Whites are perched at the top of the table.

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Let's hope the stink of fish doesn't put our lads off.

I'm going with a 2-0 win to the Trotters!

whatsgoingon

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Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
karlypants wrote:Let's hope the stink of fish doesn't put our lads off.

I'm going with a 2-0 win to the Trotters!
Don't let Nat go and it won't  Laughing

gloswhite

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Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff
Hopefully a win, but It'll either be very close, 2-1, or a ridiculous 5 goal difference, (in our favour)

To Be Frank

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David Ngog
David Ngog
We can't lose.

gloswhite

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Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff
TBF, Lets hope that doesn't come back and bite you in the arse  Very Happy

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
whatsgoingon wrote:
Don't let Nat go and it won't  Laughing

Outrageous bullery. I clean my fanny daily.

Far worse than anything said by Boggers or Scott.

I expect WGO to be banned by lunchtime.

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Bolton fans are idiots, and not just the ones on here.

TalkSport had a Bolton fan on yesterday and he claimed we would go the whole season unbeaten. 10 minutes later there's another one at it.

Fooking bellends.

whatsgoingon

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Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
Natasha Whittam wrote:Bolton fans are idiots, and not just the ones on here.

TalkSport had a Bolton fan on yesterday and he claimed we would go the whole season unbeaten. 10 minutes later there's another one at it.

Fooking bellends.
It's an altitude issue, less there's less oxygen at the top of the league so cognitive functionality is diminished.
Anyway I'm changing my points forecast to 138

whatsgoingon

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Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
Natasha Whittam wrote:
whatsgoingon wrote:Don't let Nat go and it won't  Laughing

Outrageous bullery. I clean my fanny daily.

Far worse than anything said by Boggers or Scott.

I expect WGO to be banned by lunchtime.
Bathe it daily - who's he?

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Ref watch: Darren England to take charge of Fleetwood Town visit

Darren England will take charge of Wanderers' Sky Bet League One encounter against Fleetwood Town on Saturday.

Involved professionally within the game since 2013, he has never previously overseen a Bolton game having first ventured into league football last season, overseeing 30 competitive fixtures across League One and League Two.

Mr England's first game this term came last weekend as Charlton and Northampton played out a 1-1 draw at The Valley, while he previously ran the rule over his one and only Fleetwood game to date when they recorded a 5-1 win over Swindon Town in November 2015.

Matthew Parry and Darren Strain will run the line, while Barry Cropp is the fourth official.

Last Season (2015/16): Games 30 | Yellows 97 | Reds 6

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boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
My Brother just rang,begging me to get him a ticket for tomorrow. Good time supporter.

Got my lift back though. cheers

luckyPeterpiper

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Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
As part of my ongoing campaign to be the greatest doom and gloom merchant in Nuts history I predict the following. We will win tomorrow but then on Monday the League will announce that our 'plan' for the future is not acceptable and will dock us 138 points. On Tuesday Ken will announce that we have sold Zach Clough to Fleetwood for 50 pence and that Zat Knight has dusted off his boots and signed a ten year deal with us for a 'mere' one million pounds a week. On Wednesday Marc Iles will print a story that says Gerald Cid is rejoining the Whites as our new manager and Mario Jardel has been engaged as our new striking coach following Phil Parkinson's termination for failing to understand what BWFC is all about and worse, actually winning four games on the trot. On Thursday Bolton Council will announce that the Macron Stadium didn't have proper planning permits and will order it demolished by the newly formed "Venky's Construction and Demolition Ltd". On Friday Alan Nixon will report that all is well and a major new signing is on his way only for us to find it's actually a replacement for Doris the Tea lady who has finally retired in a bid to spend quality time with what's left of her sanity and the new 'tea boy' will be revealed as one Gary Megson.

There, that's all my neg-head for the week out of the way in a single post Smile

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Scouting report: Fleetwood Town

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SEASON SO FAR…

Enjoying an unbeaten start to the 2016/17 Sky Bet League One season, Fleetwood Town recorded their first victory of the campaign at home to Oxford United in midweek.

Now under the stewardship of Uwe Rosler, the German replaced former boss Stephen Pressley who left the club after just nine months late last month.

Experiencing a solid start to life at Highbury, he oversaw an opening day draw away at Northampton Town and further stalemate against Scunthorpe United, as well as a narrow penalty shootout defeat in the EFL Cup to Leeds United, before Fleetwood clinched their first win of the season last time out.

Having seen a number of players arrive earlier in the summer under Pressley, Rosler has also looked to quickly stomp his mark on his inherited squad having brought in Chris Long and George Glendon on loan from Burnley and Manchester City last week, as well as reward young forward Ashley Hunter with a new three-year contract. 

But after narrowly avoiding relegation last year having enjoyed a fairytale rise of the Football League ladder in recent seasons, Fleetwood, backed by ambitious owner Andy Pilley, will be looking to push on again during the upcoming campaign as they look to maintain their unbeaten start at Macron Stadium. 


RECENT FORM
• W 1-3 - Southport A - (Pre-Season Friendly, 26/7/16)
• L 3-4 - Wigan Athletic H - (Pre-Season Friendly, 29/7/16)
• D 1-1 - Northampton Town A - (Sky Bet League One, 6/8/16)
• D 2-2 - Leeds United H - (EFL Cup, 10/8/16)
• D 2-2 - Scunthorpe United H - (Sky Bet League One, 13/8/16)
• W 2-0 - Oxford United H - (Sky Bet League One, 17/8/16)


THE MANAGER: UWE ROSLER
Appointed Fleetwood Town manager last month, Uwe Rosler arrived at Highbury boasting ample experience in the management game. 

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A striker in his playing days, the former East Germany international started his playing career with FC Lokomotive Leipzig before enjoying various stints in the top two-tiers of German football with BSG Chemie Leipzig, FC Magdenburg, Dynamo Dresden and FC Nurnberg. 

Moving to England with Manchester City in March 1994 though, he became something of a cult hero during a four year stay at Maine Road, competing in both the Premiership and Division One for the club. 

Later figuring for FC Kaiserslautern, Tennis Borussia Berlin, Southampton, West Brom, SP Vgg Unterhaching and Lillestrom SK during the remainder of his playing days, he then moved into management and enjoyed three separate spells in Norway with Lillestrom, Viking FK and Molde FK. 

Moving back to England with Brentford in June 2011, Rosler led the Bees to the 2013 Play-Off Final where they lost out to Yeovil Town before departing for Wigan Athletic later that year. Then named as Leeds manager in May 2015, he remained at Elland Road until late 2015, before returning to management with Fleetwood ten months later.


KEY PLAYER: DAVID BALL
A tireless striker, David Ball recently entered his fifth season with the Cod Army and has become an important member of the first team squad at the Highbury Stadium. 

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Arriving in Lancashire from Peterborough United in July 2012, the forward had initially started his career with Manchester City. However, unable to make his mark at the Etihad, he was handed his first taste of senior football six years ago when he joined Swindon Town on a six month loan. 

Linking up with the Posh on a permanent deal however in early 2011, a temporary spell in the North West followed at Rochdale in 2012 before Ball moved to Highbury in search of first team football ahead of Town’s first season in the Football League. 

Since then, he has made over 150 appearances for Fleetwood and was named as their man of the match against Burton Albion in the League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium back in May 2014.

The Cod Army's leading goalscorer so far this season, Ball has scored in each of his last two appearances against Scunthorpe United and Oxford United respectively.


LAST FLEETWOOD TOWN XI (v Oxford United, W 2-0)
Neal, McLaughlin, Bell, Eastham, Pond, Jonsson (Nirennold 63), Ryan, Ball, Grant, Long (Holloway 79), Cole (Hunter 68).


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karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Preview: Five talking points ahead of Bolton Wanderers v Fleetwood Town

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1. Back at Macron Stadium

Following successive away victories over AFC Wimbledon and Bristol Rovers last week, Wanderers take to the Macron Stadium turf for the first time since the opening day of the season this weekend. 

The only side in the EFL to boast a 100% start to the season, the Whites will be eager for more of the same in front of their home fans.


2. Lively atmosphere
Following testing times in recent years, Bolton fans are understandably on a high after their side’s positive start to the season. 

And with that feeling echoed around the club, it is sure to be a good atmosphere at Macron Stadium as local rivals Fleetwood Town come to town.


3. First competitive meeting with Fleetwood
Although the two sides have met before in friendly fixtures, Saturday’s match marks the first ever time the Trotters have faced Fleetwood in competitive action. 

With the Cod Army enjoying a fairytale rise up the Football League ladder in recent years, there will be an added spice to this weekend’s local derby.


4. Proctor against former employers
If selected, Jamie Proctor will be lining up against some familiar faces on Saturday having enjoyed an 18-month stint with Fleetwood Town between June 2014 and February 2016. 

Already off the mark for Wanderers after opening his account against Blackpool in the EFL Cup, the forward would love to break his league duck this weekend against his former employers. 


5. We are top of the league
It’s not been a bad start to Phil Parkinson’s reign at Macron Stadium. Three games, three wins and top of the Sky Bet League One table. 

A victory on Saturday would see Bolton record their best start to a league season for 82 years. More of the same please, lads!

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wanderlust

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Little Fleetwood are taking this season seriously and I think in my initial comment about this game, I have underestimated them. They have a host of experienced players supplemented by a couple of Premiership players on loan and this week they've signed Martyn Woolford so they'll present a more serious challenge than those we've faced so far. They haven't lost this season so I reckon we'll need our best performance to put them away.

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
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karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Radio Nuts is now live guys! Smile

Cajunboy

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Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
We seem to have reverted to last seasons form.

Let's hope a half-time bollocking will wake them up.

Cajunboy

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Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
1-1

SUPER STRIKER MADINE SCORES EQUALISER.

Cajunboy

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Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
2-1 VELA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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