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 →

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Match Preview – BWFC vs Birmingham City

It's our first midweek league game of the season and the visitors to the UniBol are the blues. Fresh from yet another teriffic away victory, the whites look to pick up their first home league win of the season. Victory tonight will tie us for the league lead, Birmingham will be desperate for a victory... 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 →

Match Preview – Reading v BWFC

The weekend is nearly upon us and this brings our third league game of the season against the Royals. On Tuesday night, a second string Whites team ran an impressive Leeds side close and but for some better finishing the result could have been different. New left back Jonathan Grounds should have buried a late... Continue Reading →

Match Preview – BWFC vs Bristol City

Fresh off a fantastic opening weekend, we welcome the first visitors to the University of Bolton Stadium (name really rolls off the tongue), Bristol City. A huge statement was made 6 days ago as a threadbare Whites squad plundered all three points at The Hawthorns with a last minute Wildschut winner. Last year, Bristol City... Continue Reading →

Join our Fantasy Premier League!

In typical Wanderers Station fashion, we have decided last minute to launch our inaugural Fantasy Premier League! Can I promise prizes? Well... I don't know. Maybe. Three prizes before the end of the deadline I guarantee you, including a striker! Too soon? Anyway, it's all about the fun of the game anyway isn't it? Head... Continue Reading →

Where do we need to strengthen?

With deadline day looming, there remain a few gaps to plug in our squad. Let's have a look at them, and who might be able to fill them. Starting at the back, we need another goalkeeper - one who can actually compete with and push Ben Alnwick. I quite liked Mark Howard because of the... Continue Reading →

A warning to football club owners

Yesterday, it was announced that Gary Bowyer would be departing Blackpool having guided them back to League 1 and kept them there, all against the odds. This summer, Bowyer initially had to pay out of his own pocket for Blackpool to rent training facilities in Preston as the club's own were not up to scratch.... Continue Reading →

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