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1 Bolton 1-1 Reading on Thu Jan 24 2019, 14:53

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Fixtures all over the place ATM so this one's on Tuesday.
Must win? I think so.
Will we win? Doubt it.
1 - 1

2 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Thu Jan 24 2019, 20:05

Kane57

Kane57
Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
Must win - definitely.

Will we win - probably not.

Will it make any difference to anything -  :rofl:

3 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Thu Jan 24 2019, 20:49

Boggersbelief

Boggersbelief
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
We’ll scrape a shite win against an equally shite team

4 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Sun Jan 27 2019, 15:37

MartinBWFC

MartinBWFC
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
It will be back to the old routine of seven or eight defensive minded players, one up top and hope to grind out a scruffy 1-0 win, the kids who Parkinson praised will be totally forgotten about.

5 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Mon Jan 28 2019, 13:52

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Ref Watch: Scott Duncan to oversee Wanderers' Sky Bet Championship clash against Reading

Scott Duncan will take charge of Wanderers' Sky Bet Championship home clash against Reading on Tuesday evening at the University of Bolton Stadium.

Entering into his tenth season as a top flight referee, Duncan has officiated 21 games so far this year, in which he has produced 72 yellow cards and secen red cards.

When looking towards last season, Duncan produced 113 yellow cards in 38 games, branding eight red cards in total.

The last time Duncan was in charge a Wanderers match was in December 2018, where he oversaw the Whites' 3-2 away defeat against Norwich City in Sky Bet Championship.

In that fixture, Duncan booked three players in the form of Mario Vrancic for the Canaries, along with Gary O'Neil and Sammy Ameobi for the Whites, before the official sent Ameobi off in the 90th minute.

Philip Dermott and Matthew McGrath will run the line for the fixture, with Peter Bankes acting as fourth official.

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6 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Mon Jan 28 2019, 14:38

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I think our lack of finishing will cost us again.

0-1 to the Reading boys.

No doubt the young lads will be back warming the bench or maybe even the stands.

7 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Mon Jan 28 2019, 18:36

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Preview: Bolton Wanderers v Reading

Bolton Wanderers face Reading in the Sky Bet Championship on Tuesday evening at the University of Bolton Stadium. With that said, bwfc.co.uk highlights five key points to take into the fixture.

1) Squad Update

Manager Phil Parkinson has been given food for thought ahead of Tuesday's clash with the Royals, with Luca Connell and Joe Pritchard both impressing on their full debuts for the club in the Whites' 2-1 Emirates FA Cup defeat against Bristol City on Friday evening.

Speaking about the pair, the gaffer said: “Luca was brilliant tonight - him and Pritch deserved their opportunities against Bristol and did extremely well."

There are doubts meanwhile over David Wheater (knee), Marc Wilson (dead leg) and Ben Alnwick (back) who were all sidelined ahead of Friday's cup tie, while Mark Beevers has an Achilles problem.

2) The Boss – Jose Manuel Gomes

After starting his coaching career in his early twenties, Jose Manuel Gomes has coaching experience in Portugal, Spain, Hungary, UAE and Saudi Arabia.

After returning to Portugal with Rio Ave in 2018, Gomes was announced as Reading manager in December and left Rio Ave eighth in the Primeira Liga.

He won the Saudi Super Cup in 2016 with Al Ahli and has been assistant manager at FC Porto and Spanish side Malaga.

Gomes replaced Paul Clement at the Madejski Stadium after his dismissal in December 2018.

Reading sat 21st at the time of his appointment, and after his first six games in charge, Reading have won only once, drawing once and losing the remaining four.

3) New faces at the Madejski Stadium

After narrowly avoiding relegation last season, Reading found themselves busy in the transfer market in the summer, securing deals for a number of experienced players including former Hull City midfielder David Meyler.

With the team searching for consistency, they delved into the market again this month, securing the services of Liverpool prospect Ovie Ejaria after he cut his loan spell at Rangers short.

Ejaria mutually parted ways with the Scottish outfit after failing to settle at Ibrox, scoring twice in 28 appearances.

Reading have strengthened their team in all areas throughout January meanwhile, with loan signings Matt Miazga of Chelsea and Nelson Oliveira from Norwich boosting their defending and attacking options respectively.

Arsenal goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez has also joined them on loan for the season.

4) Game to remember

Bolton Wanderers 4-3 Reading, Division One Play-off Final 1995

A fixture against Reading will always bring back fond memories for Bolton fans, remembering their famous comeback in the Division One Play-off Final 24 years ago.

Lee Nogan and Adrian Williams gave the Royals a 2-0 lead at half time and were unlucky not to be further ahead at the break after a heroic penalty save by Keith Branagan denied Stuart Lovell the opportunity to surely put the game to bed.

Bolton needed a lifeline, which came after 74 minutes, as now former-manager Owen Coyle cut Reading’s lead in half before a late equaliser from Fabian de Freitas sent the game into extra-time.

Mixu Paatelainan gave Bolton the lead for the first time in the game and then a second goal for de Freitas sent Bolton on their way to a Premier League return - their first time back in the top flight for 15 years.

A goal in the 119th minute from Jimmy Quinn for Reading brought the game back into question, but it was too little, too late as the whistle blew, confirming Bolton’s new Premier League status.



5. Ticket information

Tickets for Tuesday's clash with the Royals are just £15 for adults and £10 for concession, with them able to be purchased in person at Bolton Central or by calling 0844 871 2932.

Alternatively, supporters can book their tickets online by clicking here with the ability to print at home to avoid the queues.

Supporters looking to upgrade their match day experience for this fixture can purchase hospitality places in the Lion of Vienna Suite for only £60. This includes a delicious one-course meal plus a cushioned seat in a prime viewing location.

Season Ticket Holders can upgrade their ticket to the Lion of Vienna Suite for just £50.

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8 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Mon Jan 28 2019, 19:48

wessy

wessy
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
is the snow forecast putting the match at risk?

9 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Mon Jan 28 2019, 20:30

MartinBWFC

MartinBWFC
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:is the snow forecast putting the match at risk?
If it is, it's the only way we're not getting beat.

10 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Tue Jan 29 2019, 09:42

rammywhite

rammywhite
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:is the snow forecast putting the match at risk?

We've got under soil heating so the pitch should be OK unless KA has switched it off to save money. Its the approaches and the car park that might be a bit dodgy.

11 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Tue Jan 29 2019, 10:03

Growler


Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
Ah the 1995 Play off Final, back in the days when Bolton Wanderers had some semblance of being a football club as opposed to being a tax avoidance vehicle for Eddie Davies and a quick buck maker for Ken, Lee and Patricia.

12 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Tue Jan 29 2019, 11:29

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
[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 the snow forecast putting the match at risk?
If it is, it's the only way we're not getting beat.

Very Happy

13 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Tue Jan 29 2019, 12:28

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Snowing in Howfen.

14 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Tue Jan 29 2019, 13:09

wessy

wessy
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
I am in the Lakes travelling back at 6 for the match, it changes from snow to sleet every hour. The forecast says Snow late afternoon that could clog the approaches around the ground.

15 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Tue Jan 29 2019, 13:34

rammywhite

rammywhite
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
Its been snowing in Rammy for a couple of hours but its now turned to sleet/rain. There is about an inch of snow on the ground so the traffic has come to a virtual halt

16 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Tue Jan 29 2019, 13:56

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I have a team of servants ready to carry me to the ground.

17 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Tue Jan 29 2019, 14:09

doffcocker

doffcocker
Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
Hopefully a large team.

18 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Tue Jan 29 2019, 14:24

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I have a team of servants ready to carry me to the ground.
Has your mahout taken the day off?

19 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Tue Jan 29 2019, 18:26

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Radio Nuts is now live guys!

20 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Tue Jan 29 2019, 19:05

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
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21 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Tue Jan 29 2019, 19:21

rammywhite

rammywhite
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
I was all ready to go but its cold, there's snow everywhere so I thought feck it- I'll stay in and watch Citeh on the telly. Just too much effort turning up on a night like this to watch the football that will be served up

22 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Tue Jan 29 2019, 19:27

Boggersbelief

Boggersbelief
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Connell playing purely for the shop window. He’ll be gone by Thursday, despise what we have become

23 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Tue Jan 29 2019, 21:58

MartinBWFC

MartinBWFC
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
What a load of shite AGAIN Parkinson surely must be potted now.

24 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Tue Jan 29 2019, 22:43

T.R.O.Y


Andy Walker
Andy Walker
Deserved at least a point. But until we get a striker there’s not much more we can achieve with this squad.

Enjoyed Connell though, best midfield performance I’ve seen for us for a long time. A good knack of winning the ball back and good enough to keep hold of it.

25 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Tue Jan 29 2019, 22:47

wessy

wessy
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
The place was like a ghost town all the stay aways made it noticeable. Reading played a lot of neat football without doing much. The game turned on a substitution took the young lad off, and the crowd reacted badly at 0-0 in a six pointer this was bad timing. Within a minute the ref was pointing to the spot and 1-0. The place emptied and we scored a goal that covers a multitude of sins.

It really was poor cannot see three teams worse than us on that showing.

26 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Wed Jan 30 2019, 09:31

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Report: Bolton Wanderers 1-1 Reading

Jack Hobbs' first goal for the club earned Wanderers a deserved share of the spoils against Reading

The visitors had drawn first blood in the clash, with Nelson Oliveira slotting home from the penalty spot after Modou Barrow had been fouled in the box by Pawel Olkowski.

But Hobbs' header two minutes into injury time ensured that the game ended all square.

Team News

Seventeen-year-old Luca Connell handed his full league debut by Phil Parkinson as he started in midfield.

Joe Pritchard also made the bench after his impressive performance at Bristol City in the Emirates FA Cup.

First Half

Both teams were hungry for the three points, and it was evident in their respective first half displays.

Bolton saw a lot of the possession in the opening 20 minutes, however it was Reading who saw the first real chance of the opening minutes.

It was Modou Barrow who cut the ball back across the Bolton box to Nelson Oliveira, who did everything right, but couldn’t find the net from six yards out.

Connell was impressive early on in his full league debut with some neat touches and passes, and besides the early Oliveira scare, Bolton looked comfortable, with both teams cancelling the others' attacking ideas out.

Sone Aluko had an effort deflected away for a corner in the 41st minute by Andrew Taylor that looked like it was creeping in, with Reading enjoying possession in Bolton’s half as the half drew to its conclusion.

At the break however, the teams went in with the scores goalless.

Second Half

Bolton continued to look the more likely to score in the early stages of the second half.

A 48th minute cross from Craig Noone found Gary O’Neil, but he found no luck with his head.

Connell was quick to show confidence well past his years with a full-volley attempt from just outside the box, which Walker comfortably saved.

Bolton defended maturely and looked dangerous on the attack as Clayton Donaldson dummied a slick pass through to O’Neil, whose shot didn’t trouble the goalkeeper.

Reading’s first chance of the half meanwhile came on the hour mark as Nelson Oliveira fired a shot at goal straight at Remi Matthews which he saved.

Donaldson then produced a brilliant effort, nearly catching Sam Walker out on the volley from 20 yards.

From nowhere though, Reading found themselves a goal up after Olkowski brought down Barrow in the area, resulting in a penalty, which Oliveira buried into the bottom left corner.

Bolton then had the ball in the net through Will Buckley, but the effort was disallowed for offside.

The possession was shared in the latter stages as most of Bolton’s attacks were dealt with by Reading, forming counter-attacks of their own.

As it seemed that time had ran out for Bolton however, Hobbs powered a header past Sam Walker to equalise in the 92nd minute.

Wanderers fans urged their team to attack, feeling they could even grab a winner, but it was not to be, and the referee blew his whistle on a gritty, cagey affair that couldn’t separate the two teams.

Bolton: Matthews, Taylor, Lowe, Donaldson, Ameobi, Noone (Buckley 67'), Hobbs, Olkowski (Magennis 79'), O’Neil, Wheater (C), Connell (Pritchard 72')

Reading: Martinez, Gunter (McCleary 61'), Yiadom, Moore (C), Bacuna, Swift (Blackett 83'), Aluko, Barrow, Miazga, Oliveira (Loader 90'), Rinomhota

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27 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Wed Jan 30 2019, 10:26

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Another depressing evening at the Macron.

90 minutes of shit crossing, sideways passing, and useless strikers that look about as likely to score as Doffcocker in a brothel.

Ken and his shenanigans may well be pissing some people off, but it's the manager and his negative attitude that are keeping the fans at home.

28 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Wed Jan 30 2019, 13:16

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Anyone know why Beevers didn't make the bench? Is Anderson cashing in on him?

29 Re: Bolton 1-1 Reading on Wed Jan 30 2019, 13:21

MartinBWFC

MartinBWFC
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Anyone know why Beevers didn't make the bench? Is Anderson cashing in on him?
Injured

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