Episode 2 | Chat with a fan

Our series in collaboration with Bolton Nuts continues. Norpig and our very own Simon are next in the hotseat. Norpig: When did you first start supporting Bolton? I first started going during our one season in the old Division 4. Who is your favourite Bolton player of all time? Super John. What has been your... Continue Reading →

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Adam Le Fondre | The Exclusive Interview

Two weeks ago, Wanderers fans were shocked when half way through our cup defeat at Elland Road, it was announced that Adam Le Fondre would be leaving the club. A new challenge awaited, as Sydney FC came calling with a fantastic opportunity for the popular striker. A few days ago, Liam from Bolton Nuts presented me with... Continue Reading →

Josh Vela. Why all the hate?

It seems as though Wanderers fans have a new scapegoat. This comes in the form of Josh Vela. A poor performance from the midfield has been directed at neither Lowe or Murphy, rather the product of our own academy. But why? It's hard to give a comment on Vela's history given his variety of positions,... Continue Reading →

Let’s put things into perspective

Sure, today was pretty horrendous. We lost 3-0 on our home turf. To make things worse, this was against Chris Wilder's Sheffield United. By all means analyse and slate the performance. We were dominated and made it much too easy for them to win the game. Like all fans, I'm ambitious for out great club,... Continue Reading →

Epsiode 1 | Chat with a fan

We're delighted to once again be working with Bolton Nuts - a fantastic Bolton Wanderers forum and community. As part of this, we're interviewing fans on the forum which you can see here. In doing so, we hope to get a sense of fans' expectations and opinions at the start of the season. It'll be particularly... Continue Reading →

New season, new excitement

BWFC LatAm is back - check out their first post here! A new season has begun, with new objectives, here I speak to you from another continent, 13000 km may separate us but we already feel as if we live in Bolton. In the last three years we had to live all kinds of sad... Continue Reading →

Cutting edge

Last year, a big part of our ability to grind out results when they mattered was character. Good character is something that Phil Parkinson has always instilled in his squad, and this season is no different. It's something I may write about in a future post. However, one of the big changes this year is... Continue Reading →

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