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MartinBWFC

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El Hadji Diouf
El Hadji Diouf
Good away win at Millwall today, and scoring goals, we are not, can't see anything better than a draw here, maybe even a loss.

When will PP realise we need more width to get crosses into the box, hopefully Madine back for this one.

2-1 Rochdale.

NickFazer

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Andy Walker
Andy Walker
Rochdale are dangerous outfit, not enjoyed a good start to the season but they play a good style of football and usually create plenty of chances, taking them (fortunately for us) is not always their strongest suit. I reckon we will need to score at least twice to take anything from this game. 2-2 for me.

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
We'll get absolutely dicked. 3-0 for Rochdale.

rammywhite

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El Hadji Diouf
El Hadji Diouf
Natasha Whittam wrote:We'll get absolutely dicked. 3-0 for Rochdale.

We keep on saying that it can't get any worse- but if this was the scoreline then surely that would be the ultimate humiliation.
With Clough back- we'll win 2-0

Hopefully he's not injured/exhausted by his 10 minute cameo role on Saturday

Jack Russell

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Nicky Hunt
Nicky Hunt
2-1 Bolton Clough Spearing cheers

Norpig

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Jussi Jääskeläinen
Jussi Jääskeläinen
Anderson will be back and hopefully Clough will start, we need his ability to run at players. I'm going to say a hard fought 1-0 away win

wessy

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Andy Walker
Andy Walker
Bolton Win 2-1 Clough

gloswhite

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Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff
I genuinely don't know. Is it the right time to be optimistic, or watch while they continue to stagnate ?

I'll be optimistic, after all I have to be right once this season, haven't I ?

0-1 Spearing

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I'm going for a 2-0 win to the Trotters, I can feel it in my water. Very Happy

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Ref watch: David Coote to referee Rochdale trip

David Coote will referee Wanderers' trip to local-rivals Rochdale on Tuesday night.

The Nottinghamshire-based official has run the rule over two Whites' outings in the past - the most recent being Bolton's 1-1 home draw with Blackpool in April 2015.

Officiating his first Football League fixture back in April 2008, Mr Coote has been a regular in the Football League since the 2010/11 season.

Tuesday's game will mark his first Sky Bet League One outing of the year having only controlled Championship and Capital One Cup matches so far this campaign.

The man in the middle for nine matches so far this season, Mr Coote has handed out 28 yellow cards and one red card.

Shaun Hudson and Nick Greenhalgh will run the line, while Gary Hilton is the fourth official.

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karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Scouting report: Rochdale

SEASON SO FAR...

After finishing mid-table last season, Rochdale endured a slow start to the campaign as they picked up just three points from their opening seven games before recording an upturn in fortunes over the last fortnight courtesy of victories over Fleetwood Town and Millwall.

Currently sitting in 19th position, the aforementioned victory over Fleetwood  in their last outing at the Crown Oil Arena is Keith Hill's side's only league win in front of their own fans so far this season, running out 2-1 victors thanks to goals from Matthew Lund and Steven Davies. 

Davies was one of six new arrivals at the club this summer, with Niall Canavan, Harrison McGahey, Oliver Rathbone, Joe Thompson, Conrad Logan also joining the striker in Greater Manchester.

Dale will be keen to extend their unbeaten run to five games in all competitions as they host a Wanderers side in the league for the first time since October 1987, though they have never previously beaten the Whites in league football.

RECENT FORM
• D 1-1 AFC Wimbledon H – Sky Bet League One, 27/8/16
• L 1-0 – Oxford City A – Sky Bet League One, 3/9/16
• D 1-1 (W4-2 on penalties) – Sunderland U21s H – Checkatrade Trophy, 6/9/16
• D 2-2 – Bristol Rovers A – Sky Bet League One, 10/9/2016
• W 2-1 – Fleetwood Town H – Sky Bet League One, 17/9/2016
• W 3-2 – Millwall A – Sky Bet League One, 24/9/2016

THE MANAGER: KEITH HILL
Enjoying his fourth season with the club in his second spell, Hill returned to Rochdale in 2013 after a small stint with Yorkshire club Barnsley. 

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Born in Bolton, he began his career with Blackburn Rovers in 1987 and featured over 90 times over a four-year period before moving Plymouth Argyle. 

Moving to Rochdale in 1996 four years in the south-west, he signed for Cheltenham Town five years later, but would only play five games for the club, spending part of his time on loan at Wrexham.

Hill finished his career with Conference side Morecambe, retiring in 2003 after playing 20 times for the Shrimps. 

Following his retirement, he joined his former club Rochdale’s coaching set up, taking up the position of Director of Youth before being appointed caretaker manager in December 2006, and later being given the job on a permanent basis the following January.

In his first full season as Rochdale boss, he guided the club to the League Two Play-Off Final, coming up short against Stockport County before missing out to Gillingham in the play-off semi-finals the following season.

After leading Rochdale to automatic promotion to Sky Bet League One in 2009/10, Hill was appointed Barnsley manager in May 2011 and held the position until December 2012.

Following his departure from Oakwell, he returned to Rochdale in January 2013 and would go on to guide to club to another promotion back into the third tier in 2013/14.

KEY PLAYER: IAN HENDERSON
Starting his career with Norwich City, versatile forward Henderson made over 70 appearances during a six year stay at Carrow Road before making the move to Northampton Town. 

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The former England Under-20s international would stay with the Cobblers for a single season, moving to Luton Town before later enjoying a brief spell with Turkush side Ankaragücü.

Following his stay in Southeast Europe, Henderson moved to Colchester United in October 2011, scoring 26 times in 130 appearances for United. 

Joining Rochdale after his contract was cancelled with the U’s, he signed a two-year deal with the club in May 2013.
 
The 31-year-old finished the 2014/15 season with 22 league goals, the second highest in the league that season, while he scored his 50th goal in all competitions for Dale against Oldham in March 2016 - his form earning him a contract extension along the way.

This season has seen Henderson find the net five times in all competitions, including a 93rd minute winner against Millwall last Saturday.

LAST ROCHDALE XI (v Millwall, W3-2)
Lillis, Bunney, McGahey, Canavan, Thompson, Lund, Keane, Camps, McDermott, Henderson, Andrew.

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Norpig

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Jussi Jääskeläinen
Jussi Jääskeläinen
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Norpig

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Jussi Jääskeläinen
Jussi Jääskeläinen
no Beevers is a worry, i presume Thorpe will play centre half?

MartinBWFC

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El Hadji Diouf
El Hadji Diouf
What has Derik got to do to get a game?

Norpig

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Jussi Jääskeläinen
Jussi Jääskeläinen
agree Martin, i think i read somewhere Parky see's him as a midfielder. I would play him there and let Spearing go forward more

terenceanne

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El Hadji Diouf
El Hadji Diouf
Looks like we don't have much interest in scoring any goals again tonight.  Too defensive for my taste. We shall see.

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
About time Vela was benched, but once again Liam "Teflon" Trotter keeps his place.

We'll get dicked.

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Radio Nuts is now live guys!

bryan458

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Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
Embarrassing!!!

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Aren't we supposed to enjoy football. Long and painful season ahead on this evidence.

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Parkinson needs to go just for picking Trotter every week.

Jack Russell

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Nicky Hunt
Nicky Hunt
I need a drink after watching that fucking shambles ! ::mad::

King Bill

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David Lee
David Lee
Not sure which was the most embarrassing, the teams performance or some of the fans behaviour to the players in the second half and at full time.

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
King Bill wrote:Not sure which was the most embarrassing, the teams performance or some of the fans behaviour to the players in the second half and at full time.

Why, what went on?

xmiles

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Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
Somebody needs to change the banner. Phil Parkinson's Super Shites seems more accurate.

King Bill

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David Lee
David Lee
A very hostile and acrimonious atmosphere directed at certain players. A total detachment between the club and some of its fans.
The performance wasn't good, but it did not warrant a reaction like that from the fans. 

But, they paid their money and have the right to react anyway they see fit I suppose.

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
xmiles wrote:Somebody needs to change the banner. Phil Parkinson's Super Shites seems more accurate.
lol!

doffcocker

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Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
Another really awful match, awful performance, very frosty atmosphere in the Bolton end.

Chants at full time of "what the fucking hell was that?", Parky comes over to the Wanderers fans to applaud, and he just gets booed like fuck. He makes the players do the same, and again, they just get dog's abuse.

Very worrying times, once again.

Hip Priest

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Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
We were absolute shite, no question. But people need to adjust their expectations, our players are shite but that's all we can afford these days. At least we don't have a £190m debt hanging round our necks anymore. Hopefully the club can start again and begin to turn things round over the next 3 or 4 years. For me there was definitely plenty of effort and passion shown tonight, just awful team selection and tactics from the manager. The reaction of the crowd to the players at full time was way over the top and completely embarrassing. Also just what we don't need right now. It's a time for people at the club to rally round and stick together.

NickFazer

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Andy Walker
Andy Walker
I agree with Hip Priest, completely over the top. I don't do booing anyway (being fifty and not six) but some of the abuse last night was uncalled for, Chris Taylor got the worst of it and looked shocked, he was substituted but to be honest it could of been any of them that got hauled off. We weren't good last night but we aren't in this league because we have a team or world-beaters, players expect some stick if they lose but last night's treatment was OTT.

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