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1 Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 14:10

Sluffy

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Tweet from Jack Dearden - 30 mins ago -

Stand by for news on Wanderers.

Tweet from him 5 minutes ago -

Folks....Just waiting for clarification on a few details. Patience please.Jacko.



Wonder what it is?

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2 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 14:12

Natasha Whittam

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3 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 14:23

Cajunboy

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More bollocks or free HotDogs at West Brom game, if we win by more than 2 goals.

4 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 14:35

karlypants

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King Ken has sold the club!

5 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 14:37

Norpig

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I bloody hope so  :pray:

6 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 14:42

Cajunboy

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:King Ken has sold the club!
To Owen Oyston..............

Spearing will be transfered back to Bolton in time for West Brom game.



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7 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 14:43

karlypants

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:King Ken has sold the club!
To Owen Oyston..............

Spearing will be transfered back to Bolton for West Brom game.

Hell no! Evil or Very Mad

Very Happy

8 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 15:08

boltonbonce

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According to Dale Vince, the 'No Ken Do' shirts have all sold out, which means that the ST can now buy the club, with a few bob left over.
I may be wrong though.

9 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 15:10

wanderlust


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Hoping it's not the Hodson transfer.

10 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 15:17

Norpig

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It looks like Radio Manchester wanted Super John to do commentary but it's been refused. Ken must have heard the broadcast the other day.

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11 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 15:19

Sluffy

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:It looks like Radio Manchester wanted Super John to do commentary but it's been refused. Ken must have heard the broadcast the other day.

Yes it is.

Dearden's tweet -

Bolton Wanderers have rejected a request for @JohnMcGinlay10 to be part of @BBCRadioManc's commentary team for Monday's game against West Brom.


12 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 15:20

Kane57

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No shock there. You can't be in his shoes and openly revolt without the club noticing. They have their online spies everywhere

13 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 15:28

Sluffy

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Can't blame the club really to stop the figurehead of the protest on the night and someone who said on a public forum just two days ago for KA to get out of the club - to prevent him the stage for 90 plus minutes of live radio to blast him upon.

Surely it was naive in the extreme of BBC Manchester to have him co-commentate on the match following that - after all they are there to report on a football match not to give a platform for someone to take a personal standpoint against the owner.

14 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 15:31

boltonbonce

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Ken is about to be burned at the stake, and he's brought his own matches.

15 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 15:36

Cajunboy

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Thanks Jack for wasting my time.

What a pillock, I thought for once you had something interesting to tell us.

16 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 15:36

wanderlust


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Is that the "breaking news" then? 

Out of interest, on what planet does the club have any right to dictate to a private company who they can and who they can't employ?

17 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 15:37

Sluffy

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Ken is about to be burned at the stake, and he's brought his own matches.

BBC Radio Manchester has reported this -

Bolton highlighted John McGinlay's recent comments about the manager and the team, and his taking part in a protest march outside the ground as the reasons for rejecting the application for media accreditation.

Seems fair comment from the club to me.

18 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 15:39

Norpig

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Another masterstroke from Kenocchio to get the fans onside eh  Rolling Eyes

19 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 15:41

Norpig

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Ken is about to be burned at the stake, and he's brought his own matches.

BBC Radio Manchester has reported this -

Bolton highlighted John McGinlay's recent comments about the manager and the team, and his taking part in a protest march outside the ground as the reasons for rejecting the application for media accreditation.

Seems fair comment from the club to me.
I'm sure Kenocchio could sleep with Mrs Sluffy and Sluffy would still defend him.

20 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 15:42

Growler


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Just as the protest seemed to be fizzling out due to apathy, Ken pours some petrol on the fire by banning a genuine club legend.

Cue John McGinlay chants rather than chants in support of the crap we have playing up front now.

21 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 15:42

boltonbonce

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I'm sure John was there to comment on the match. There'll be enough aggro in and around the ground, so I can't see his presence making a difference.
In passing, how many people are they going to ban? And on what criteria.
Most Nuts posters might be locked out. Unless they buy a shirt of course.

22 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 15:43

Sluffy

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Is that the "breaking news" then? 

Out of interest, on what planet does the club have any right to dictate to a private company who they can and who they can't employ?

On planet Earth (don't know which planet you are on?) , where organisations such as the Olympic Games, World Cup Final's and every other major world event (sports or otherwise) downwards can withdraw or deny press media accreditation.

BBC is also not a private company, it is a public corporation.

23 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 15:51

observer


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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Is that the "breaking news" then? 

Out of interest, on what planet does the club have any right to dictate to a private company who they can and who they can't employ?

On planet Earth (don't know which planet you are on?) , where organisations such as the Olympic Games, World Cup Final's and every other major world event (sports or otherwise) downwards can withdraw or deny press media accreditation.

BBC is also not a private company, it is a public corporation.
Media credentials are a privilege (like a driver's licence).  They can be revoked for various reasons.  Broadcasters will fight back, but in this case, his hiring was merely to incite the Bolton fans.  King Ken has not done anything right in his P.R. campaign and should (like Trump) learn not to tweet and to keep his thoughts to himself.  I'm starting to believe King Ken and Trump have the same philosophy.  Like Sluffy, I was hoping King Ken meant well and was honest with us.  Unfortunately, like Trump, his own words have tripped him up.  I hope at this point, King Ken can find someone to fund the club adequately, make himself a profit which he does deserve, and leave the club in this division.  At this point, that is only hope.

24 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 18:57

T.R.O.Y


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As Obs says, much like Trump Ken seems too proud to take any criticism. 

How pathetic.

25 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Fri Jan 18 2019, 20:53

Kane57

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Ken is an egomaniac so any challenges to that ego will not go well. Same with his son and his messiah complex - the minute people stopped telling him how great he is, he closed his account and stopped the love-in. Pair of weirdos. No wonder Sluffy idolises them.

26 Re: Breaking News - but what is it? on Sun Jan 20 2019, 23:15

wanderlust


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The breaking news may be that Boggers billionaire has left the building?

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