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Bolton 0-2 Everton - Match Report Post #14

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1 Bolton 0-2 Everton - Match Report Post #14 on Sun Aug 28 2016, 20:25

Biggie

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From the BWFC site...

Please note that only the West Stand lower tier will be open for this fixture to Wanderers supporters. Visiting Everton supporters will be housed in the Franking Sense South Stand lower tier.


Kicking off at 7pm at Macron Stadium, admission on the night of the game can be found at the following turnstiles:

  • West Stand Lower - Blocks A and D
  • Franking Sense South Stand Lower - Block E (visiting supporters only)



Tickets will be available on the turnstiles from 6.15pm onwards, while prices for the match will be as follows:


Adults - £5
Concessions - £5

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Who is going?

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karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
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Shouldn't this be in the development section? :biggrin:

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Frank Worthington
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Can we not start a pointless insulting shite section and put it in there

Biggie

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I assume we are turning out a decent team? No?

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Andy Walker
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Insulting,not me

Biggie

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We are a league 1 team. Lets enjoy the test. Its not ideal but it gives us a game to watch. A good tedt against a different sort of side and a trophy which we could realistically go for. Come on you neg heads!

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Frank Worthington
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Bring back the Anglo-Italian cup that's what I say,

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Frank Worthington
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Oh this just gets better and better, not only are we reduced to playing Everton reserves but we're playing an under strength Everton reserves because of International call ups and injuries
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terenceanne

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El Hadji Diouf
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After this leg we could get a money spinning draw against the Dog & Partridge over 40 Sunday team followed by Arsenal's Youth 11 and don't forget about the Little Lever pussycats (Women's) side obviously.

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David Ngog
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What a waste of time. In the rules it states we HAVE to play 5 players from the first 11 who played Saturday. SAYS WHO?

Fuck that shit, why risk more injuries for yet another unwanted fixture? Who does this benefit? Everton, that's who - NO ONE ELSE BENEFITS except Powergen's profits.!!

WTF?! If I was Parky I wouldn't let any senior player play, or field the 5 players required and as soon as the game starts instruct my players over to the touch line for a few cigars and a nice single malt.

FFS! When I saw this fixture I nearly fell off my chair laughing. Gimme a break.

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Howard, Buxton, Beevers, Wilson, A Taylor, Perry, Earing, Vela, C Taylor, Woolery, Proctor

Subs - Turner, Moxey, Spearing, Madine, Walker, Wheater, Wilkinson

Sluffy

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Everton side mainly under-19's apparently (note squad numbers) -

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karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
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Radio Nuts is now live guys! Smile

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Nat Lofthouse
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Report: Bolton Wanderers 0-2 Everton


OVERVIEW

Wanderers’ Checkatrade Trophy group campaign began with defeat as they went down by two goals to nil at home to Everton on Tuesday night.

The deadlock was broken halfway through the first period with Calum Dyson unleashing a thunderous effort from distance which Mark Howard was given no chance with.

The visitors then doubled their advantage with just 12 minutes left, Conor McAleny powering home a header from a corner kick to put the result beyond doubt for David Unsworth’s side.

TEAM NEWS

There were a number of changes for Wanderers in their starting XI, with Josh Vela taking the captaincy in the absence of Jay Spearing who took his place on the bench.

Youngsters Jack Earing and Alex Perry meanwhile were handed their first senior starts for the club.

FIRST HALF

The game got underway at Macron Stadium, although the opening stages of the encounter were fairly tentative as both sides looked to settle into the game.

The visitors however, despite their tender years, certainly weren’t just there to make up the numbers with Wanderers being forced to hold off pressure from the Toffees inside the opening ten minutes of the game.

Neither goalkeeper was being tested early on though, while the first change of the game arrived in the 20th minute with Jamie Proctor being replaced by Conor Wilkinson.

The deadlock was broken however just two minutes later with Dyson unleashing a sensational strike into the top corner of the net from all of 25 yards to give the Toffees the lead.

The visitors almost handed Bolton an equaliser shortly after though, with Bassala Sambou seeing his header pushed onto the post by Everton keeper Mateusz Hewlt.

As the half wore on though, it was Wanderers who were seeing more of the ball and with David Unsworth’s side being forced back in their numbers for sustained periods of play.

Chris Taylor meanwhile attempted to elude Hewelt in the Everton goal with eight minutes of the half remaining, only to see his free-kick from 20 yards fall kindly for the shot-stopper while Kaiyne Woolery saw his half volley from ten yards blocked at the death.

Those opportunities proved to be the last of the first half though as the half time whistle was blown.

SECOND HALF

With no changes at the break, proceedings got back underway as night time began to fall at Macron Stadium.

And the first chance of the half fell to Andrew Taylor, but the full-back’s volley flew high and wide of the mark in the 50th minute.

Wilkinson almost provided the perfect assist three minutes later, powering down the left flank before whipping a cross into the box which unfortunately nobody could connect with.

It was more Wanderers game inside the opening stages of the second period, with Wilkinson nodding a Chris Taylor cross just wide shortly after.

Woolery was proving Bolton’s main outlet of attacks, with the pacey forward proving himself a handful for the Everton backline.

With 22 minutes remaining, the manager made a double substitution with Gary Madine and Spearing being thrown into the mix for the final quarter of the game.

It was very much all Bolton as the clock ran down, with Wilkinson seeing his tame effort from the edge of the box fail to trouble Hewelt.

Out of nowhere however, the visitors doubled their lead in the 78th minute through McAleny who thundered a header into the net from a corner kick.

Wanderers almost halved the deficit straight away, but substitute Madine couldn’t keep his shot down after collecting a clever downfield ball.

Woolery then left the Toffees' backline panicking with his pace, eventually seeing his angled drive fly narrowly wide of the far post in the 88th minute.

Try as they might however, Bolton couldn't breach the Everton backline as the game was brought to its conclusion with the Goodison Park side running out winners.

FULL TIME

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Nat Lofthouse
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Our senior squad destroyed by Everton's U19s is not what anyone wanted to see, but TBF Everton's kids dominated possession, kept control of the game and we didn't even get a sniff of an attack at any stage, even when we threw 3 strikers on.

This game underlined our desperate need for quality in attack and creativity if we are going to think about promotion.

terenceanne

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El Hadji Diouf
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wanderlust wrote:Our senior squad destroyed by Everton's U19s is not what anyone wanted to see, but TBF Everton's kids dominated possession, kept control of the game and we didn't even get a sniff of an attack at any stage, even when we threw 3 strikers on.

This game underlined our desperate need for quality in attack and creativity if we are going to think about promotion.

100% correct.  We have a shocking lack of quality. But as always the financials have us buggered...so what can you expect. It is scary that a bunch of kids can beat half of our first team though.

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