Bolton Transfers

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

  • Tue, 09 Mar 2021 20:32:30 +0000: EFL roundup: Ayew on spot again as Swansea stumble to draw at Blackburn - Bolton Wanderers | The Guardian
    • André Ayew penalty earns 1-1 draw at Ewood Park
    • Joey Barton critical of referee after Bristol Rovers win

    André Ayew scored a penalty for the fourth game in a row but Swansea missed a chance to move into the Championship’s top two as they were held to a 1-1 draw at Blackburn.

    Ayew’s previous two spot-kicks earned latewins over Middlesbrough and Stoke, and on Tuesday his 41st-minute penalty cancelled out Bradley Dack’s opener to earn a point as Blackburn missed a host of chances to claim victory. Swansea move level with second-placed Watfordwith a game in hand.

    Related: Swansea’s Paul Arriola apologises after historical ‘offensive’ tweets resurface

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  • Tue, 17 Nov 2020 15:30:14 +0000: Youri Djorkaeff: ‘I was in love with England, its fans and weather’ - Bolton Wanderers | The Guardian

    The World Cup winner discusses his old teammates, his job at Fifa and why he rejected Liverpool for Bolton

    By Richard Foster for The Football Mine

    Youri Djorkaeff played alongside some of the greatest footballers of his generation. “Zizou was amazing,” he says of Zinedine Zidane. “We were teammates for 10 years and we had this chemistry to know exactly where each other was on the pitch, to play one touch, two touch. But the number one was Ronaldo. He was simply ‘Ó Fenómeno’.” Djorkaeff played with Ronaldo at Inter in the mid-1990s and the pair teamed up recently as part of Djorkaeff’s current job as the CEO of the Fifa Foundation. Djorkaeff was in São Paulo and Brasilia to push the charity, so enlisted his old friend for support. “Ronnie said: ‘Whenever I’m needed, you can call me.’ Of course, this provides us with visibility as Ronaldo is Ronaldo.”

    Ronaldo is one of a multitude of good connections the 52-year-old can call upon. “I have been in touch with David Beckham, who is keen to get involved. I went to Messi’s house, where we spoke for hours about links with his foundation. We spoke to Rashford. We are proud of what the players are doing today. It’s important to have all these ambassadors for the Fifa Foundation who appreciate the need to show humanity. They are all saying: ‘If you need me, I’m here to help.’ It’s not bullshit.”

    Related: Diego Maradona at 60: six of his greatest goals for Napoli

    Related: New ground: 10 unsuccessful modern stadium moves

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  • Wed, 07 Oct 2020 17:23:16 +0000: The Guardian view on lower league football: unsafe in a broken market | Editorial - Bolton Wanderers | The Guardian

    Clubs playing to empty stands are in grave financial peril and the government appears oblivious to dangers beyond the Premier League spotlight

    Sport has become a touchstone during the pandemic. Whether the continuation or otherwise of sports the British hold dear deserves to assume so central a place is another matter. A game is after all only a game, and is of little consequence compared with how hospitals, care homes, schools and universities are coping. But from the government’s wish that televised football recommence to boost the nation’s spirits, to the fraught discussion of which clubs and leagues will survive, the question of sport’s future has been inescapable.

    The government has, as in most areas, managed to achieve the worst of all worlds. It has permitted the return of sport but without fans, making many clubs nonviable. Hence the long-running argument over whether the Premier League should bail out the rest of football’s creaking pyramid. There were hopes this might be resolved this week, but as with most things Covid-related – the arts bailout, the future of cinemas, aviation, the night-time economy – there is a stalemate, leaving many organisations to muddle through while the government sits on its hands.

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  • Wed, 09 Sep 2020 07:00:07 +0000: League Two 2020-21 season preview - Bolton Wanderers | The Guardian

    Salford appear well placed to continue their rise and Bolton should have a season to enjoy after back-to-back relegations

    Frustration has been a largely foreign feeling at Salford City in recent years but, after a mid-table finish in their first Football League campaign, a fifth promotion in seven seasons is the explicit aim. They are fiercely ambitious and continue to put their money where their mouth is. Ian Henderson, prolific for Rochdale in League One and one of several eye-catching summer signings, found the net from the penalty spot on debut in the cup and is one of several players to drop down the pyramid in search of success, with Ashley Hunter joining from Fleetwood and the former Preston captain Tom Clarke strengthening Graham Alexander’s defence.

    Related: Arsenal's Héctor Bellerín invests in Forest Green in eco-friendly push

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  • Sat, 23 May 2020 10:00:50 +0000: My favourite game: Graham Taylor rolls back the years to take Watford up | Simon Mail - Bolton Wanderers | The Guardian

    Victory in the 1999 First Division play-off final provided a new generation of fans a first experience of Taylor’s Midas touch

    I never imagined as a 15-year-old it would be possible to experience the dizzying highs of Graham Taylor leading Watford back to the top table of English football. Stories of the club’s golden period – namely Taylor guiding the team to the 1984 FA Cup final and finishing First Division runners-up – were legendary.

    These extraordinary tales seemed incomprehensible with the club I had grown to know and love. Watching the team meander through the lower divisions was the norm and the Premier League appeared a distant dream. That was until Taylor revived the club by returning for a second remarkable reign. His Midas touch immediately rubbed off on the team with Watford winning the Division Two title in 1998. Little did I know one year later we would be celebrating back-to-back promotions and a first season in the Premier League.

    This article was amended on 23 May 2020 to correct an inaccuracy about Wembley Stadium.

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  • Wed, 14 Apr 2021 11:12:43 +0000: How To Watch: Grimsby Town v Bolton Wanderers - Bolton Wanderers News

    Club News

    Bolton Wanderers fans can watch the Super Whites in Sky Bet League Two action when they take on Grimsby Town this Saturday, KO 12:30pm.

  • Wed, 14 Apr 2021 08:17:14 +0000: Report: Salford City 0-1 Bolton Wanderers - Bolton Wanderers News

    Match Reports

    ​​LLOYD ISGROVE’S first-half strike saw Bolton Wanderers complete a league double of Salford City and in doing so ended the country’s longest unbeaten home record.

  • Wed, 14 Apr 2021 07:00:00 +0000: EFL Demonstrates The Importance Of Football's Community Work During 2021 Day Of Action - Bolton Wanderers News

    Club News

    Today, the English Football League (EFL) will mark its fifth Day of Action, where all 72 Clubs from its three divisions come together to demonstrate the impact that football has in positively changing people’s lives.

  • Tue, 13 Apr 2021 16:55:00 +0000: 📋 Team News: Salford City (A) - Bolton Wanderers News

    Club News

    Ian Evatt has made one change to the starting eleven to face Salford City in Sky Bet League Two this evening with George Thomason given the nod.

  • Tue, 13 Apr 2021 10:20:19 +0000: 🗞️ Preview: Salford City vs. Bolton Wanderers - Bolton Wanderers News

    Match Previews

    Bolton Wanderers make the short trip to the Peninsula Stadium to face Salford City in a rearranged Sky Bet League Two clash this Tuesday evening.

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.