The Latest Bolton Wanderers FC Transfer News, Stories and Updates have been added below for 2017 – 2018
- Sun, 14 Oct 2018 07:59:14 +0000: Rodrigo Moreno: ‘England was good to me ... I had no choice but to adapt’ - Bolton Wanderers | The Guardian
These days Rodrigo Moreno leads the line for Valencia and Spain but a spell at Bolton was vital in getting him there
Rio de Janeiro, Madrid, Lisbon, and ... Bolton. And straight to Burnley from there. The first professional game played by Rodrigo Moreno – son of a Brazilian footballer, raised at Flamengo, Celta Vigo and Real Madrid, signed by Benfica – was at Turf Moor on a wet, windy Tuesday when his new manager was escorted to the bench by eight security staff and escorted away again at half-time when he ran on to confront the referee. Owen Coyle had left Burnley for Bolton, 23 miles south. Vitriol laced his return.
Rodrigo, then aged 19, had gone a little further to join the same club and found himself in the middle. “I remember them really going for Coyle,” he says. Some introduction, eh? Rodrigo joined Bolton on loan in 2010. A year on he had moved on again, returning to Benfica from where, three seasons and more than 50 goals later, he joined Valencia. He had a solitary year in the Premier League, started four games and scored one goal, but he had kicked something off. Burnley was his first match in England but his last was Manchester United at Old Trafford at the start of this month, and four weeks before that he scored the winner against England at Wembley. Now, as Spain meet Gareth Southgate’s side again, he is one of nine members of the selección who have played club football in England, even if Rodrigo’s case is different from most – no star signing, no Chelsea, United or Liverpool, not much impact either. Not on them, at least. On him – now that is a different story.Continue reading...
- Wed, 19 Sep 2018 21:32:46 +0000: Middlesbrough sweep aside Bolton to keep up pressure on Leeds the leaders - Bolton Wanderers | The Guardian
• QPR continue improvement with win over Millwall
• Nottingham Forest earn second victory of season
Middlesbrough bounced back from their defeat at Norwich and returned to second place in the Championship with a 2-0 home win against Bolton. George Saville’s first-half drive, his first goal for the club, set them on their way and Brit Assombalonga added a second in the 90th minute. Victory puts Tony Pulis’s team a point behind the leaders Leeds. Bolton manager Phil Parkinson felt his players produced a performance Stephen Darby would be proud of.Continue reading...
- Tue, 18 Sep 2018 10:59:43 +0000: Bolton’s Stephen Darby retires at 29 after motor neurone disease diagnosis - Bolton Wanderers | The Guardian
• Right-back also played for Bradford, Liverpool and Swindon
• Bolton manager Parkinson praises ‘outstanding professional’
The Bolton defender Stephen Darby has announced his retirement, aged 29, after being diagnosed with motor neurone disease. The right-back, who began his career at his hometown club Liverpool, received the diagnosis from a specialist recently.
He joined Bolton in the summer of 2017 but has not played since December. “It is with great sadness that I announce my immediate retirement from professional football due to a recent diagnosis of motor neurone disease,” said Darby in a statement released by the club.Continue reading...
- Wed, 12 Sep 2018 14:56:30 +0000: Bolton avoid administration and points loss after creditor agrees deal - Bolton Wanderers | The Guardian
• BluMarble Capital Ltd had initially rejected Wanderers’ offer
• Bolton chairman confirms that loan has now been repaid
Bolton have avoided administration after agreeing a deal to pay off their main creditor, Wanderers’ chairman has announced.
Ken Anderson had warned the Championship club faced administration after an initial offer to repay BluMarble Capital Ltd was rejected. But he issued a statement on Wednesday afternoon which read: “I am pleased to confirm that the loan from Blu Marble Capital Ltd has been repaid.Continue reading...
- Tue, 11 Sep 2018 09:21:10 +0000: Bolton chairman says Wanderers face administration and 12-point deduction - Bolton Wanderers | The Guardian
• Creditors reject Championship club’s £4m offer to pay off debt
• Bolton expected to be docked points by Football League
Bolton Wanderers’ chairman Ken Anderson says the club will be placed into administration due to a dispute over a loan repayment.
Anderson claims his offer to pay a £4m debt with interest has been rejected by finance company BluMarble Capital Ltd.Continue reading...
Historical Transfer News and Team Gossip got Bolton FC has been archived below:
- Mon, 22 May 2017 15:30:00 +0000: Mark Davies - It has been an honour - News Feed
- Mon, 22 May 2017 12:45:00 +0000: Lawrie Wilson pleased to go out on a high - News Feed
- Fri, 19 May 2017 15:00:00 +0000: Wanderers confirm further player departures - News Feed
- Fri, 19 May 2017 12:45:00 +0000: Annual Service of Remembrance takes place next Tuesday - News Feed
- Fri, 19 May 2017 12:36:30 +0000: Yorkshire Bank PLC raise funds for Ted Waring whilst playing at Macron Stadium - News Feed
Bolton Wanderers who are still reeling from being relegated last season have been showing much interest in many new players during the closed season as manager Owen Coyle looks to reinforce his squad for next season. The manager has a number of targets on his radar as he hopes to take Bolton straight back up to England`s top flight next year.
The first player who looks set to arrive at the trotters next season is the highly thought of Leeds United goalkeeper Andy Lonergan who looks all set to pen a new three year deal for Bolton. The goalkeeper has only last season signed a new three year deal at Leeds but with places not being available for him in the squad he looks all set to be playing his football in the Midlands next season in a deal thought to be worth around three million pounds.
Former Bristol City midfielder Kalifa Cisses is another player who looks set to join Owen Coyles side as they have taken him on a trial basis from the club from the south. Coyle has long been a huge admirer of the player who has found his chances very limited at Bristol and is looking for a new challenge and the deal looks all set to go through on a permanent basis as long as the player passes a medical.
Chelsea midfielder Oriol Romeu is another player being linked to the side from Bolton as the highly rated Spaniard looks set to leave Stamford Bridge after seeing his chances of first team action being dealt a huge blow by the arrival of Eden Hazard as well as the proposed signing of Brazilian midfielder Oscar.
Another player who has recently left Bolton is defender Mark Connolly who has just been acquired by Crawley Town on a two year contract. Connolly has found his chances with Bolton very limited and has had to branch out in his search for first team football with Coyle said to be quite disappointed with the players decision to leave.