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1 Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Wed Jan 17, 2018 2:35 pm

MartinBWFC

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El Hadji Diouf
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Big Mick brings his side to Bolton two poor teams so draw nailed on.

1-1

2 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Wed Jan 17, 2018 2:45 pm

wanderlust

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Nat Lofthouse
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Ipswich aren't that poor although they had a dip in form until they beat Leeds at the weekend. That said, they were playing Wolves and Boro away and Derby at home with a 0 - 0 draw with QPR thrown in.
Could go either way this one IMO so I hope Parky has them fired up with a fortress Macron mentality and we play well. I think it's got to the point where we have to win our home games so on the assumption that the lads are suitably motivated I reckon we'll win narrowly.

3 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Wed Jan 17, 2018 2:55 pm

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
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If Henry doesn't play we'll lose.

If Henry does play we'll probably lose.

4 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Wed Jan 17, 2018 3:21 pm

BoltonTillIDie

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Natasha Whittam wrote:If Henry doesn't play we'll lose.

If Henry does play we'll probably lose.

What are you trying to say?

5 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Wed Jan 17, 2018 3:25 pm

wanderlust

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All of the teams around us have tricky ties apart from Sunderland playing Hull this weekend. If Hull win, they'll be pulling away from the drop. If Sunderland win it will get even tighter. With Cardiff away next up for us, we really need to win this one to get a bit of breathing space I reckon.

6 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Wed Jan 17, 2018 4:00 pm

Natasha Whittam

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wanderlust wrote:All of the teams around us have tricky ties apart from Sunderland playing Hull this weekend. If Hull win, they'll be pulling away from the drop. If Sunderland win it will get even tighter. With Cardiff away next up for us, we really need to win this one to get a bit of breathing space I reckon.

The Cardiff game has been postponed so we now have 3 home games on the trot. I'd be happy with 6 points from 9.

7 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:25 am

Jack Russell

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Looking for a good performance 3-1 Bolton

8 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:59 am

rammywhite

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Frank Worthington
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Tight game this one. I reckon 1-1

9 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Thu Jan 18, 2018 10:01 am

karlypants

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Ref watch: Peter Bankes to officiate Ipswich Town clash

Peter Bankes will officiate Wanderers’ Sky Bet Championship clash with Ipswich Town at Macron Stadium on Saturday.

Having overseen his first Football League fixture in February 2014, Mr Bankes has run the rule over three Whites fixtures in the past including two last season (Bolton's home draw with MK Dons and away defeat at Oldham Athletic.
 
Boasting professional experience in the Sky Bet Championship, Sky Bet League One and Sky Bet League Two, he has refereed 26 games so far this season, dishing out 89 yellow cards and six red cards.
 
Mark Dwyer and Paul Hodskinson will run the line while Darren England is the fourth official.

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10 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Thu Jan 18, 2018 1:19 pm

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Jack Russell wrote:Looking for a good performance 3-1 Bolton
You'll cop it from Nat,using Cedric as your avi. Possible death threat. Shocked

11 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Thu Jan 18, 2018 1:44 pm

Natasha Whittam

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boltonbonce wrote:You'll cop it from Nat,using Cedric as your avi.

It's FUCKING CECIL!

12 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Thu Jan 18, 2018 1:50 pm

boltonbonce

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But Nat,they're twins. I can't be blamed. Shocked

13 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Thu Jan 18, 2018 2:40 pm

okocha

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Natasha Whittam wrote:
boltonbonce wrote:You'll cop it from Nat,using Cedric as your avi.

It's FUCKING CECIL!
Can't argue with that frank admission, Nat...sad that you call yourself "it" though...

14 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Thu Jan 18, 2018 4:08 pm

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Nat Lofthouse
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okocha wrote:
Natasha Whittam wrote:
boltonbonce wrote:You'll cop it from Nat,using Cedric as your avi.

It's FUCKING CECIL!
Can't argue with that frank admission, Nat...sad that you call yourself "it" though...
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15 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Sat Jan 20, 2018 11:26 am

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Preview: Five talking points ahead of Bolton Wanderers v Ipswich Town

Another weekend brings another game for Bolton Wanderers as they take on Ipswich Town at Macron Stadium. And with that in mind, bwfc.co.uk highlights five points to consider ahead of our clash against the Tractor Boys.

1. Back to Macron Stadium

After a trip to Brentford last weekend, the Whites return to Macron Stadium to take on Ipswich Town in the Sky Bet Championship this Saturday.

BL6 has certainly been a tough place to come for teams in the Championship as of late, as the Trotters have won their last two home games.

Coming off the back of an unfortunate defeat against Brentford last week meanwhile, can Wanderers make it three on the spin at home with a victory over Ipswich?

2. Last time out against Ipswich at BL6

When the Tractor Boys came to Macron Stadium last, it was March 2016 in the Sky Bet Championship and some injury time heroics earned Wanderers a point that night, with the game finishing 2-2.

Former Whites striker Stephen Dobbie scored a 97th minute equalising penalty to secure the point against the Tractor Boys, but hopefully Wanderers can go one better this time around and secure the three points this weekend.

3. Madine in hot form

In-form Whites striker Gary Madine will be looking to add to his tally this weekend. He has had a hand in 11 goals in his last 13 Championship games, scoring seven and assisting four.

In his last outing at Macron Stadium however, Madine scored a magnificent free-kick against Hull City, looping it over the wall and into the top right corner with ease.

And manager Phil Parkinson and the boys will be hoping that he fires home again when 3pm hits, in turn hopefully aiding Wanderers to victory.

4. Club shop signing session

Before the game tomorrow, club captain Darren Pratley will be in attendance for a signing session from 2pm in Bolton Central.

He will be in the Whites’ retail outlet to meet supporters and sign autographs and memorabilia - a perfect pre-match treat for fans to take pictures with the skipper.

The session will finish with plenty of time to get into the ground for the game, so come down and have your shirts signed by the midfielder!

5. Injury news

It is very much the same as last week in terms of selection for Wanderers, with captain Darren Pratley still out after picking up a knock against Hull City on New Year’s Day.

Midfielders Will Buckley and Filipe Morais had niggles at the beginning of the week but have overcome them and should be available for selection.

Tenacious midfielder Karl Henry however is questionable for this weekend.

When speaking to bwfc.co.uk, manager Phil Parkinson said: “Karl has made good progress this week. He had a bit of a setback last week but whether he makes the game this weekend, we’ll have to wait and see.”

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16 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Sat Jan 20, 2018 11:28 am

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Phil Parkinson's Ipswich Town preview

With a clash against Ipswich Town next on the cards for the Whites this weekend, Wanderers’ manager offered up his thoughts as he previewed the game.

And after a harsh defeat against Brentford last weekend, here is what the gaffer covered in his own words earlier this week...

On player availability for the weekend...

Karl Henry has made good progress this week. He had a bit of a setback last week but whether he makes the game this weekend, we’ll have to wait and see.

We had a few niggles at the start of the week with (Filipe) Morais and (Will) Buckley, but they have both come through and trained this week.

Everybody who was available last week is available again.

On Harry Charsley settling into the squad…

It is important to get him out on the training ground with the team and he will benefit from that.

On Ipswich’s season so far…

They had a good result last week against Leeds United. Mick (McCarthy) always puts demands on his team to work very hard.

We know that with this game, no quarter will be given and we have to be ready for that.

On the last time we played Ipswich Town……

It was a very evenly matched, competitive game. A deflected goal for them in a period when we had a lot of chances kind of gave them a lift.

Over the balance of the game, we probably deserved something from the match.

They are a good Championship side and it will be a full on, competitive game as they all are in this league.

On Wanderers’ home form…

It is an important weekend for us. With Cardiff City winning against Mansfield Town, we have no game next week which I am pleased about.

It gives us that chance to get one or two injured players like Darren (Pratley) back for the next game.

Also, it allows us to get one or two “ins and outs” worked on. It gives us that bit of breathing space, but it just makes this game more important that we can go into the break in good spirits and out of the bottom three.

And finally, on Derik Osede’s involvement recently…

He hasn’t played a lot of football but when he came into midfield, I feel he is really getting his legs into that role now and you can see in training that he has played really well.

It always takes time when you throw players in who haven’t played a lot of first team football.

You can play in the Under-23s, you can train really hard but sometimes you do need those first team minutes to get up to speed and I feel that Derik is certainly doing that now.


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17 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Sat Jan 20, 2018 11:49 am

Natasha Whittam

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Shut the fuck up Parky, just make sure we win today. That's your job.

And don't pick Buckley.

18 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Sat Jan 20, 2018 12:18 pm

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boltonbonce wrote:
Jack Russell wrote:Looking for a good performance 3-1 Bolton
You'll cop it from Nat,using Cedric as your avi. Possible death threat. Shocked
Cedric or Cecil? Doesn't ring a bell for me.   Cool

19 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Sat Jan 20, 2018 2:10 pm

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Tweet from Iles -

Hearing illness is to blame for Mark Beevers' absence in the Bolton team this afternoon. Massive game for Dorian Dervite now...

20 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Sat Jan 20, 2018 2:34 pm

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El Hadji Diouf
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Dervite? Why on earth play someone with a phobia of footballs?

Ipswich will be discussing how to target him in the dressing room right now.

21 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Sat Jan 20, 2018 2:46 pm

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22 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Sat Jan 20, 2018 5:14 pm

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Take a lead, Miss a bunch of chances. Get pushed back deeper and deeper. Concede. 

Same old story.

23 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Sat Jan 20, 2018 5:16 pm

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Report: Bolton Wanderers 1-1 Ipswich Town

Wanderers were denied all three points late on against Ipswich Town at Macron Stadium on Saturday afternoon in their latest Sky Bet Championship encounter.

Following a goalless first period, the deadlock was broken shortly after the restart when Gary Madine turned the ball home from close range after Josh Vela had flicked on Antonee Robinson’s cross.

The Suffolk outfit were level with eight minutes of the game remaining however as Joe Garner was given the simple task of tapping home from a yard out, ensuring that the spoils were shared come full time.

TEAM NEWS

Karl Henry made a return to the starting line-up for Wanderers, with Dorian Dervite and Will Buckley also coming in from the off for Phil Parkinson’s men.

FIRST HALF

The Whites started brightly, with Josh Vela being denied by Bartosz Bialkowski inside 20 seconds when finding himself in on goal after good work from Gary Madine.

That sprightly beginning however was halted soon after, with Sammy Ameobi requiring some lengthy treatment after seemingly sustaining a blow to the face. Luckily however, the wideman was fit enough to continue.

Thereafter, the flow of the game ebbed somewhat with neither side able to make their mark inside the opening ten minutes or so.

Will Buckley did enjoy a sight of goal shortly afterwards having shrugged off the challenge of a couple of Ipswich shirts before cutting inside and unleashing an effort goalwards from the edge of the box, but it was a shot which failed to trouble Bialkowski.

Wanderers did have the ball in the back of the net with 15 minutes gone meanwhile, but the whistle was long blown for a foul by Madine on Martyn Waghorn before David Wheater hooked an effort home.

Buckley meanwhile had another chance of his own halfway through the first period, with his cut inside and subsequent driven effort deflecting off an Ipswich man and into the waiting arms of the Tractor Boys’ keeper.

It was very much fits and starts in terms of meaningful action, with Ipswich really unable to make any inroads into Bolton territory while the Whites were struggling to find the target once inside Town’s box.

The visitors however enjoyed arguably the best chance of the half in the 40th minute, with captain Luke Chambers seeing his close-range effort somehow kept out by Ben Alnwick, with Waghorn’s follow-up failing to trouble the shot-stopper.

That opportunity certainly livened the game up meanwhile, and with three minutes of additional time indicated at the end of the first period courtesy of the stoppage for Ameobi’s injury, Bolton pushed to open the scoring but to no avail.

SECOND HALF

As the second half got underway, the visitors appeared with renewed vigour and looked set to potentially open the scoring early on, only for Dervite to calmly dispossess Waghorn at the crucial moment.

Those inside Macron Stadium however didn’t have to wait much longer for the game’s first goal, with Madine – who else – calmly slotting home from close range after Vela had flicked on an Antonee Robinson cross.

And it was almost two just a matter of minutes later, with Derik seeing a header from a corner cleared away for a corner with Bialkowski stranded.

It was certainly the confidence boost that the Whites needed after a testing first half, and Madine came agonisingly close to his second with 22 minutes remaining as Wanderers’ No.22 Filipe Morais – a second half substitute – whipped in a delightful cross to the back post which the big man narrowly headed wide.

Having scored a free-kick in the Trotters’ last home league game against Hull City, Madine tried his luck once again with 15 minutes left on the clock, but Bialkowski got down well at his near post to parry his thunderous effort away from goal.

Morais almost put the result to bed shortly after too after collecting an Ameobi cross on the edge of the 18-yard box, but his drive whizzed agonisingly wide of the upright with Macron Stadium on its collective feet.

But with eight minutes remaining, the visitors were level as Garner turned the ball home from a yard out after collecting McGoldrick's cross.

A goal which came against the run of play, they almost had another on the stroke of the 90 as Waghorn's thunderous drive rattled the woodwork with Alnwick stranded.

But come the full time whistle, the spoils were shared at Macron Stadium.

FULL TIME

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24 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Sat Jan 20, 2018 5:48 pm

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Tony Kelly
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Chelsea preparing a bid for Madine if they can't get Crouch.

25 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Sat Jan 20, 2018 5:52 pm

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Cajunboy wrote:Chelsea preparing a bid for Madine if they can't get Crouch.

Laughing  I can't find an emoji pissing itself otherwise I'd have used it. Conte really has gone daft if he's in for Madine.

26 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Sat Jan 20, 2018 6:13 pm

Natasha Whittam

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Terrible performance. Why do we have so many players who can't control a fucking football? Shouldn't it be a given that a "professional" footballer can control a football? And then pass it 5 yards to a white shirt?

Dervite was outstanding, Wheater pretty good, Madine quite good. The rest of the shower? Utter shite.

The full backs were caught out of position time and time again, Little seemed to give up defending for the last 15 minutes. Henry had his worst game in a Bolton shirt, Derik was ok but clearly out of his depth. Ameobi was fucking dire, Buckley is fucking useless, and Vela mis-controlled the ball more times than KP's given out blow jobs.

We have absolutely no quality on the ball. I'm not asking for Ronaldo or Messi, just a player who doesn't shit himself when that white round thing appears at his feet. It's a good job Ipswich were absolute garbage because a decent team would have had a sackful.

Parkinson needs to fucking wake up over the next two weeks and find a proper midfielder, but his history of bringing in shite (Noone, Buckley, Wilber, Darby etc) means I won't be holding my breath.

Twats!

27 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Sat Jan 20, 2018 6:31 pm

boltonbonce

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Pretty much what Nat said.

Oh how I thrilled when Wilbraham came on.

28 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Sat Jan 20, 2018 6:43 pm

Growler


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boltonbonce wrote:

Oh how I thrilled when Wilbraham came on.
There surely can't be 3 teams in the division with less attacking quality than we have.I can't see us getting away with it over 46 games

29 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Sat Jan 20, 2018 6:51 pm

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Growler wrote:
boltonbonce wrote:

Oh how I thrilled when Wilbraham came on.
There surely can't be 3 teams in the division with less attacking quality than we have.I can't see us getting away with it over 46 games
We only have to get away with it more than 3 other teams!  It will be a long season... and had we not played so poorly for the first eleven games, we would be okay.  We need a finisher.

30 Re: Bolton 1-1 Ipswich on Sat Jan 20, 2018 7:13 pm

Natasha Whittam

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I disagree. We haven't missed many easy chances in recent games, our failing is creating those chances. We have no left winger/midfielder and central midfield is all holding players.

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