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31 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Tue Apr 17 2018, 10:36

finlaymcdanger

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El Hadji Diouf
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Natasha Whittam wrote:
Hipster_Nebula wrote:The decision to sell Gary Madine has seriously come back to haunt us.

It really hasn't.

Negative tactics, no plan B, and shit players are haunting us.

His goals and assists would have helped the cause though (opinion not fact)

32 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Tue Apr 17 2018, 10:51

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
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Madine was hardly a goal machine. And £6m was well over the odds, so it had to be taken.

We'd be mid-table if Parky would actually try and play football rather than hoofing it to Le Fondre.

33 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Tue Apr 17 2018, 10:52

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Getting £6M for Madine couldn't be turned down but not buying a replacement is the real killer. That and Parky forgetting he's gone and still lumping it up to little ALF doesn't help either.

34 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Tue Apr 17 2018, 10:57

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In the context of Bolton he was a goal machine.

When's the last time we had a player who you'd back one on one with the keeper or score out of nothing.

Blessing kaku aside of course.

35 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Tue Apr 17 2018, 10:58

Norpig

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Nat Lofthouse
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And the sarcasm is back  cheers

36 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Tue Apr 17 2018, 11:00

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
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Hipster_Nebula wrote:When's the last time we had a player who you'd back one on one with the keeper or score out of nothing.


I hope you're not suggesting Madine was that sort of player. His finishing was awful, if he had any time it would always end up in row Z. Good free kick taker though.

37 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Tue Apr 17 2018, 11:28

Hipster_Nebula

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Nat Lofthouse
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Any donkey should be able to score goals at this level.

Add to that our awful academy has produced absolutely nout.

38 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Tue Apr 17 2018, 11:37

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Hipster_Nebula wrote:Any donkey should be able to score goals at this level.

Add to that our awful academy has produced absolutely nout.
Academy has done a great job for Chorley, various L2 sides and Arsenal I suppose.

39 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Tue Apr 17 2018, 13:45

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Tony Kelly
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Everyone seems to be overlooking how effective Madine was when defending set pieces back in our penalty area. Let's put it this way: I doubt that Barnsley would have scored that crucial last-minute header if Madine was still in our squad.
 Phil's favoured tactics going forward depended massively on him: they were working well enough to suggest every chance of staying in this division with all the financial benefits that would accrue. Selling him will prove to be false economy if we get relegated. No one else was scoring.

40 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Tue Apr 17 2018, 13:49

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boltonbonce wrote:Anyone think Obasi might see some action?
Love to see him play- but I doubt it. It could be one of those situations where you take a player on until the end of the season, pay him some wages for training and we never see him in first team action.
I hope he gets a run out as a sub particularly if we're getting thrashed

41 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Tue Apr 17 2018, 14:28

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Keeping Madine clearly wasn't an option but replacing him was. Instead, Parkinson was punted a makeweight replacement in Clough, someone to pacify the fans and keep them off the managements back.

That was the big failing because they knew Madine was going well before it actually happened.

42 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Fri Apr 20 2018, 09:37

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Ref watch: Keith Stroud to oversee Wolves clash

Keith Stroud will take the whistle for Wanderers' clash with Wolves at Macron Stadium this weekend.

Mr Stroud pays his first visit to BL6 on Saturday as the Whites take part in their penultimate home game of the season, but he has overseen two Whites matches this year, including the reverse fixture against Wolves at Molineux back in November.

Enjoying his 15th campaign as a Football League referee, he last took charge of Phil Parkinson's men when they travelled to Norwich City in February, while he has dished out 130 yellow cards and seven red cards from his 30 outings so far this campaign.

John Flynn and Paul Hodskinson will run the line, while Tony Harrington is the fourth official.

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43 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Fri Apr 20 2018, 09:43

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There again, I don't think Madine is blazing any trails at Cardiff, is he ?

44 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Fri Apr 20 2018, 10:26

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Tony Kelly
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Conor Hall didn't play for the U23s . Is he injured or is PP ready to spring a surprise on us?

45 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Fri Apr 20 2018, 10:51

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He also didnt play 2 games ago and still didn't make the first team or bench.

46 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Fri Apr 20 2018, 11:01

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You can numb the pain of our near certain loss against Wolves by doing the unthinkable and putting a bet on Wolves to win, strangely great odds of 19/20 for Wolves to win, that's like printing money.

47 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Fri Apr 20 2018, 11:17

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BoltonTillIDie wrote:You can numb the pain of our near certain loss against Wolves by doing the unthinkable and putting a bet on Wolves to win, strangely great odds of 19/20 for Wolves to win, that's like printing money.
affraid

48 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Fri Apr 20 2018, 13:58

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John Mcginlay interview after the victory against Wolves sporting a little black eye

49 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Fri Apr 20 2018, 14:03

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left hook from Super John McGinlay

50 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Sat Apr 21 2018, 11:22

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Preview: Five talking points ahead of Bolton Wanderers v Wolves

As Wanderers prepare to host already-promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers in their penultimate home game of the season, bwfc.co.uk highlights five talking points ahead of the match.

1. Home comforts

Bolton Wanderers return to Macron Stadium on Saturday as they host already-promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers.

While recent standards at home have slipped, losing three of their last four outings against Preston North End, Birmingham City and Millwall, the Whites will be eager to recapture their form from earlier in the season which included a run of just one league defeat in five months at BL6.

And having picked up home victories against fellow high-flyers Cardiff City, Bristol City and Aston Villa over the course of the season, Bolton will be looking to replicate such results and once against cause an upset in front of their own fans.

2. Party-poopers

Visitors Wolves need just a point on Saturday to secure the Sky Bet Championship title, having clinched promotion to the Premier League last weekend.

Boasting a 12-point lead at the table of the table, there is no doubt that West Midlands-based side will finish the season as Champions, with nearest challengers Cardiff City needing maximum points and a big turnaround in goal difference to steal the crown.

But with the Bluebirds playing in tomorrow's evening kick-off against Nottingham Forest, Phil Parkinson's men can delay the inevitable when they welcome Wolves to BL6, motivated by their own desire to secure their place in the second tier next season and boosted by last weekend's comeback draw away at Barnsley.

And having suffered a hard to stomach 5-1 defeat at Molineux earlier in the season, the Trotters will be playing for their own personal pride as well as league survival as they look to spoil the party on Saturday.

3. Former Wolves

With four former Wolves players on the books at Macron Stadium, Wanderers have a number of players who will be looking to get one over on their former employers come 3pm on Saturday.

Wolverhampton-born Karl Henry spent seven seasons with the club between 2006 and 2013, helping the club win promotion to the top-flight and successfully fight against relegation, while Mark Little started his career at Molineux having come through the club's youth ranks, ensuring both players will be afforded a warm reception by the travelling fans to Macron Stadium.

On the other side of the coin, Adam Le Fondre and David Wheater both endured forgettable loan spells with the club earlier in their careers.

All four players started the Whites' last match against Barnsley and will be hungry to retain their places as Bolton look to finish the season strongly.

4. Penultimate home game

This weekend's game will be the Trotters' last 3pm Saturday kick-off at Macron Stadium for another season as Wanderers take to the field for their penultimate game of the campaign.

With their home form predominantly strong during Phil Parkinson's reign as manager, the Whites will be looking to once again pick up a result in front of their home fans.

And with Wolves set to be backed a big away following, desperate to see their side win the title, the scene is set for an impressive atmosphere at Macron Stadium.

5. Back the boys!

With only three games of the season remaining, Bolton need every last fan to help the club over the line as they look to secure survival!

With a large crowd expected for the visit of the West Midlanders, the club is advising supporters to buy their tickets in advance of the fixture and to print at home to avoid large queues on the day.

So, why not secure your ticket for the game now and get behind the lads as they aim to get a positive result against the league leaders.

Tickets are priced from £28 per adult, £22 for Under-23s and Over-65s, £11 for Under-18s and £9 for Under-12s.

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51 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Sat Apr 21 2018, 11:23

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BoltonTillIDie wrote:left hook from Super John McGinlay


Can't quite believe the pair only got yellow cards. Very Happy

52 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Sat Apr 21 2018, 14:06

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Their lineup is frightening

53 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Sat Apr 21 2018, 14:07

Boggersbelief

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Alnwick, Beevers, Le Fondre, Ameobi, Buckley, Flanagan, Robinson, Pratley, Morais, Henry, Wheater

54 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Sat Apr 21 2018, 14:08

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Nat Lofthouse
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Ameobi will find his form for this. Hat trick for the lad

55 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Sat Apr 21 2018, 14:28

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56 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Sat Apr 21 2018, 14:35

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Predictable Parky team for this one, although I thought he'd give No-one another run out ahead of Buckley after his last performance.

57 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Sat Apr 21 2018, 16:58

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Totally outplayed by a quality team. Every Wolves player looked comfortable on the ball, movement was great and finishing was excellent. Adobe looked a constant threat until he was subbed. 
See what happens on Tuesday but there's a good chance we'll be in the bottom three by the end of the evening. Hopefully not but I'm struggling to see what Forest have to fight for whereas Barnsley will be going for it big time.

58 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Sat Apr 21 2018, 17:01

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wanderlust wrote:Totally outplayed by a quality team. Every Wolves player looked comfortable on the ball, movement was great and finishing was excellent. Adobe looked a constant threat until he was subbed. 
See what happens on Tuesday but there's a good chance we'll be in the bottom three by the end of the evening. Hopefully not but I'm struggling to see what Forest have to fight for whereas Barnsley will be going for it big time.
lets hope that plays in our favour last match!

59 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Sat Apr 21 2018, 17:13

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Was only 5 weeks ago we were 8 points clear of the drop, then clueless Parkinson goes into spineless mode and now find ourselves with a mountain to climb, Burton won away today and if Barnsley win at Forest we could be relegated next Saturday, just fuck Parkinson off while we still have a chance.

60 Re: Bolton 0-4 Wolves on Sat Apr 21 2018, 17:36

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wanderlust wrote:Totally outplayed by a quality team. Every Wolves player looked comfortable on the ball, movement was great and finishing was excellent. Adobe looked a constant threat until he was subbed. 
See what happens on Tuesday but there's a good chance we'll be in the bottom three by the end of the evening. Hopefully not but I'm struggling to see what Forest have to fight for whereas Barnsley will be going for it big time.
He's a flash player.

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