Another day, another signing… or two?

Luke Murphy is reportedly set to sign having cancelled his contract at Leeds last night I have see a fair amount of Luke Murphy. I watched him a lot at Crewe where he showed that he was simply too good for League 1 and League 2, and have kept tabs on him as he's made... Continue Reading →


Football’s Coming Home (to the UoB Stadium)

What a summer it's been. World cup thrills, heatwaves and Lee Anderson's emojis. We're back here at Wanderers Station, looking forward to another year in the turbulent life of Bolton Wanderers. Big shout out to Nicky and the excellent work he's doing behind the scenes to gear us up for another year of our opinions,... Continue Reading →

A new stadium name

So, one of pre-season's big non-footballing announcements has finally been made. Wanderers will be playing their football at the University of Bolton Stadium. Here's what Uncle Ken had to say: “We are extremely proud of this strategic long-term partnership with the University of Bolton. “Like us, they are at the heart of the community and... Continue Reading →

How our squad is shaping up

With just four days to go until the season kicks off, you'd hope that our squad would be pretty much set and ready for all that the Championship has to throw at it. Eight signings have been made, though we still lack depth in key areas. The hierarchy is not complacent though; they recognise this,... Continue Reading →

We’re back

Yes, I know. I didn't think I'd be writing this until about 12 hours ago... but in football blogging, as in football, as in life, things can change very quickly. First off, I'd like to apologies for the sporadic nature of this website's output. That has been down to my lack of organisation and time.... Continue Reading →

Bolton v Bristol City match preview

Friday night sees Bolton take on Bristol City in front of the Sky Sports cameras at the Macron Stadium. Bolton’s form has picked up in recent weeks and we go into the game looking to increase our unbeaten home run in the league to three games against 4th placed Bristol City in what looks to... Continue Reading →

Don’t Write Us Off

The majority of the people thought we were certain to go down, that the descent was already inevitable before playing the first game. Building a squad with mere pennies was no doubt difficult task for Phil Parkinson. However, in each game, the players have given 100% to be able to pick up points. Today with... Continue Reading →

Show me the money! 

Another week goes by in the turbulent times that are the life of a Bolton fan. Where to start? Last Saturday, a shambolic display saw us slip back into the second division basement. Not a lot of positives to look at and a worrying display against one of our relegation rivals left us wobbling. However,... Continue Reading →

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