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31 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 10:34

Fabians Right Peg

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Andy Walker
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The youngest is primed and ready, she heard someone ask her where Joe Mason was earlier in the season, to which she went on a five minute rant about him leaving years ago, not being one of our players and wasn't much cop in her opinion anyway.

God help anyone who is sat near us and isn't up to speed on the latest comings and goings.

Great to see such a large crowd though, makes you wonder if we have got the pricing right on season tickets, surely there is scope for cheaper tickets and still make the same gate receipts?

32 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 10:37

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Nat Lofthouse
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It'll be good to see a healthy crowd again. To be fair,many people are armchair supporters because they simply can't afford to come.
Can't see prices going down in the short term though.
Right,that's me off to the bus stop again.

33 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 11:48

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karlypants wrote:There will be no Radio Nuts today as I'm working away today unfortunately.

This is not an April Fool and everything will be back to normal for the next game!

Cheers.
Is anyone else in a position to post it?

34 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 14:39

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wanderlust wrote:
karlypants wrote:There will be no Radio Nuts today as I'm working away today unfortunately.

This is not an April Fool and everything will be back to normal for the next game!

Cheers.
Is anyone else in a position to post it?

No - we are all beholding to Karly's continual goodwill.

It would be a real shame for all of us if someone has pissed him off by not drawing a line under things and moving on.


35 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 14:40

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36 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 14:48

Bread2.0

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You blaming me for the lack of a radio link now?

(And it's "beholden" by the way.)

37 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 14:56

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Youri Djorkaeff
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karlypants wrote:There will be no Radio Nuts today as I'm working away today unfortunately.

This is not an April Fool and everything will be back to normal for the next game!

Cheers.

Really KP ?

Is there not someone else who can do this, especially as so many people listen to it?

A two week ban from Bargain Booze for you  Very Happy

38 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 15:05

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Bread2.0 wrote:You blaming me for the lack of a radio link now?

(And it's "beholden" by the way.)

If the cap fits.

You knew full well what you were doing and I couldn't blame Karly if he didn't want to be on here today because of it.

You don't bring peoples personal family and loved ones into things because you hold a pathetic, meaningless little grudge on the internet.

That's just being thoroughly nasty and spiteful.

39 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 15:29

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Sluffy wrote:
Bread2.0 wrote:You blaming me for the lack of a radio link now?

(And it's "beholden" by the way.)

If the cap fits.

You knew full well what you were doing and I couldn't blame Karly if he didn't want to be on here today because of it.
Come on Sluffy. KP is working away so I don't get the relevance of this.

40 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 15:32

Bread2.0

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Andy Walker
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I'm not even going to dignify that mental bollocks with a response.

41 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 15:51

wanderlust

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HT and zero shots on target. 

BWFC 6 (0) Chesterfield 7 (5)

Possession 46% - 54%

Corners 1 - 5

Come on Parky! Sort it out.

42 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 16:19

Bread2.0

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Andy Walker
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Sounds like we've come out all guns blazing for the second half.

Good.

More of it please.

43 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 16:41

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Swindon score at Fleetwood! Excellent.

Ominously, Southend's 10 men with Nile Ranger leading the line have scored two against Oldham.

44 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 16:43

Chairmanda

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Where have you heard Swindon score lusty? Still showing no score on my link

45 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 16:47

wanderlust

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Chairmanda wrote:Where have you heard Swindon score lusty? Still showing no score on my link
Ajose 

Got it yet?

Also, Chris Eagles has scored for Port Vale to take them out of the relegation zone.

Scunny getting thumped by Millwall.

A goal for us now would take away a lot of pressure for the rest of the week.

46 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 16:49

Chairmanda

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Andy Walker
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Hope, showing nil nil at 90+

47 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 16:58

wanderlust

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It's all over and we drop two points at home before going on the road for the next two.

Only 1 shot on target in the entire game tells a story.

Saving grace is that only Bradford and Southend of the chasing teams made ground on us.

48 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 17:01

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Andy Walker
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I'd have settled for doing the same as fleetwood, but thought that would be both winning! In effect we are one point better off than I'd have settled for, so should be feeling happy, but still a bit disappointed

49 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 17:07

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Apparently 14 shots of which 1 on target. They had 8 shots of which 6 on target !

and a great crowd of 23376. 

At least we moved on by a point  Smile

50 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 17:13

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Honestly a pretty poor performance, save for a couple of decent chances. It was also one of the ideal games to take all 3 points from (not that any game isn't but you get my point) as we have a couple of tough games coming up. That said we have come out of it better off than I thought we would and now have a 7 point gap to third. So its not all bad.

51 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 17:16

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David Ngog
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Stood at the train station... Apparently the next train only has 2 carriages.....We have just had 23,000 at the ground. Why not put on a bigger train?

52 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 17:19

gloswhite

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Because they have the foresight of Lemmings  Shocked

53 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 17:24

Gothic_Wanderer

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God I have a deep dislike of trains...

54 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 17:26

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Chairmanda wrote:I'd have settled for doing the same as fleetwood, but thought that would be both winning! In effect we are one point better off than I'd have settled for, so should be feeling happy, but still a bit disappointed
I know what you mean. A win today would have taken the pressure right off for the next two games but with Bradford on a run we probably need to get something from one or the other. Missed opportunity?

55 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 17:29

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wanderlust wrote:
Chairmanda wrote:I'd have settled for doing the same as fleetwood, but thought that would be both winning! In effect we are one point better off than I'd have settled for, so should be feeling happy, but still a bit disappointed
I know what you mean. A win today would have taken the pressure right off for the next two games but with Bradford on a run we probably need to get something from one or the other. Missed opportunity?
Wander & Manda - Missed opportunity indeed.  Two tough away games this week.  Win one and we may be okay.  I too, hope we don't rue this day as the turning point if we don't finish top two.  Still, would rather be ahead by 7 with 6 to play than the teams below us.

56 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 17:30

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One other thought... a big thank you to Karly for the radio all season... and you picked the right game to miss.  Now get back to your job and let us hear the run-in and hopefully hear us get automatic promotion.

57 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 18:00

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Parky out. Utter crap.



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58 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 18:04

Bread2.0

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You've had that saved as a draft for weeks, haven't you?

59 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 18:15

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Today was a great chance to get a load of fans back on board. 

Instead, half the stadium were probably sat thinking "I remember now why I stopped coming".

Obviously the league is the important thing and it looks amazing right now all things considered, but it's not been an easy season, it's not been pretty, and I do think three or four of Parkinson's signings have done us a world of good, where his tactics have probably held us back more often than they've given us an edge.

60 Re: Bolton v Chesterfield on Sat Apr 01 2017, 18:54

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wanderlust wrote:
Chairmanda wrote:I'd have settled for doing the same as fleetwood, but thought that would be both winning! In effect we are one point better off than I'd have settled for, so should be feeling happy, but still a bit disappointed
I know what you mean. A win today would have taken the pressure right off for the next two games but with Bradford on a run we probably need to get something from one or the other. Missed opportunity?
Bradford are on a run of 1 win in a row (if you can call that a run).

We are 7 points clear of them with  a game in hand. Think it very unlikely that Bradford will catch us.

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