Bolton Transfers

The Latest Bolton Wanderers FC Transfer News, Stories and Updates have been added below for 2017 – 2018

  • Fri, 14 Feb 2020 22:30:43 +0000: Keith Hill believes in miracles despite relegation staring Bolton in face - Bolton Wanderers | The Guardian

    Wanderers manager wants his hometown club to keep believing they can make up 18-point gap to League One safety

    “Wycombe know all about the ups and downs of football,” Keith Hill explains, before Saturday’s meeting of the Wanderers in Bolton. “It’s only a few years since they only stayed in the Football League on goal difference, the season Bristol Rovers went down. “They are in a different place now, in front of us, but we are on a different journey.”

    That is one way of putting it, though the harsh reality is that the two travellers meeting at the Macron on Saturday appear to be wandering in different directions. Wycombe are pushing for promotion to the Championship, while Bolton, who started the season with barely any players and a 12-point deduction, are bottom of the table and looking at a drop into League Two.

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    Related: EFL appeals against ‘lenient’ Bolton punishment for failing to fulfil fixtures

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  • Fri, 22 Nov 2019 11:24:32 +0000: EFL appeals against ‘lenient’ Bolton punishment for failing to fulfil fixtures - Bolton Wanderers | The Guardian
    • League One side had five-point deduction suspended
    • EFL ‘disappointed by conclusions’ of disciplinary commission

    The EFL has appealed against Bolton’s suspended five-point penalty for failing to fulfil two league fixtures, declaring the sanction “too lenient”.

    The League One side, who began the season on minus 12 points after entering administration, cancelled a Championship game against Brentford at the end of the previous campaign and postponed a League One match against Doncaster in August.

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  • Sat, 16 Nov 2019 17:57:29 +0000: Football League: Coventry and Bolton on the rise while Swindon soar - Bolton Wanderers | The Guardian
    • League One: Gnanduillet stars as Blackpool win
    • League Two: leaders Forest Green lose to Plymouth

    With five games postponed due to international call-ups, Coventry seized their chance to make up some ground on the teams above them. The Sky Blues had to come from a goal down after Ian Henderson put Rochdale ahead in the 28th minute. Jordan Shipley equalised in the second half and then Liam Walsh got the winner 18 minutes left to lift City up to third.

    Blackpool 2-0 Wimbledon; Bolton 1-0 MK Dons; Coventry 2-1 Rochdale; Gillingham 1-0 Lincoln City; Rotherham 1-0 Accrington

    Crawley 1-1 Morecambe; Exeter 0-0 Cheltenham; Forest Green 0-1 Plymouth; Leyton Orient 0-2 Scunthorpe; Macclesfield 0-0 Mansfield; Northampton 4-1 Crewe; Port Vale 2-1 Carlisle; Salford 2-3 Swindon; Walsall 2-1 Cambridge

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  • Thu, 12 Sep 2019 10:46:04 +0000: Keith Hill: ‘We’re trying to re-establish Bolton’s greatness’ - Bolton Wanderers | The Guardian
    The club are on minus 11 points and almost went bust but the manager is not giving up after signing nine players in one day

    If Bolton Wanderers require a passionate, vibrant manager to revive their fortunes following near-extinction, Keith Hill could prove ideal.

    After 12 years and 647 games as a No 1, the fires still burn in a local-born man who is speaking early on a sunny morning at the club’s Horwich training base. Hill has a penchant for a soundbite, offering up arresting epigrams on “loving that ball rolling” and how, as a relegation battle strategy, “digging yourself deeper in the hole” can shift pressure on to rivals.

    Related: Bolton’s problems aren’t new. Where did all the Premier League money go?

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  • Sat, 31 Aug 2019 10:00:43 +0000: Turning our clubs into global brands means there will be more Burys | Jonathan Wilson - Bolton Wanderers | The Guardian

    The concentration of wealth and attention on a tiny number of globalised superclubs is leading to moments of remarkable drama and quality – but at a terrible price

    A recent Set-Piece Menu podcast eloquently made the case for fandom as a broad church. When the Premier League is marketed so aggressively all over the world, when overseas television rights bring it so much revenue, when players and managers and owners are often foreign, they argued – quite reasonably – who is to deny the travelling supporter from Baltimore or Bangalore their seat in the stadium, the right to call themselves a fan? All of that made sense.

    On an intellectual level I agreed with it. It fitted my general liberal, globalised worldview. And yet, I realised, viscerally I disagreed: of course, I paid lip service to all that but actually I regarded my form of fandom as being more authentic and more important.

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    Related: Salary caps and direct action: lessons to learn from Bury's demise | David Conn

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Historical Transfer News and Team Gossip got Bolton FC has been archived below:

  • Fri, 03 Apr 2020 15:11:04 +0000: 2004/05 season: The Road to Europe - Mission Accomplished - Bolton Wanderers News

    Club News

    Sam Allardyce’s Bolton Wanderers finished sixth in the Premier League and qualified for the UEFA Cup for the very first time in their history.bwfc.co.uk takes a look through the archives to look back on a memorable season at the then Reebok Stadium.

  • Fri, 03 Apr 2020 14:54:28 +0000: EFL Statement: Coronavirus Update - Bolton Wanderers News

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    As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic the EFL, Premier League, FA and Barclays FA Women’s Super League and FA Women’s Championship has today collectively agreed to postpone its football competitions until it is safe to resume.

  • Fri, 03 Apr 2020 12:10:34 +0000: In Memoriam: Arthur Marsh - Bolton Wanderers News

    Club News

    As reported, Bolton Wanderers were saddened to learn of the passing of former player Arthur Marsh on the 31st of March 2020 aged 72 at his home in Bedfordshire.

  • Thu, 02 Apr 2020 14:46:32 +0000: 2004/05 season: The Road to Europe - A step closer to qualification in April - Bolton Wanderers News

    Club News

    Sam Allardyce’s Bolton Wanderers finished sixth in the Premier League and qualified for the UEFA Cup for the very first time in their history.bwfc.co.uk takes a look through the archives to look back on a memorable season at the then Reebok Stadium.

  • Wed, 01 Apr 2020 12:46:02 +0000: 2004/05 season: The Road to Europe - 100% league success in March - Bolton Wanderers News

    Club News

    Sam Allardyce’s Bolton Wanderers finished sixth in the Premier League and qualified for the UEFA Cup for the very first time in their history.bwfc.co.uk takes a look through the archives to look back on a memorable season at the then Reebok Stadium.

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.