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 →

Fans’ guide: How to survive this season

Football is a game full of extreme emotions. The lows we suffer such as watching a flailing Adam Bogdan knocked into his own net by Wanderers reject Jonathan Walters are matched by the triumphant highs - watching Kevin Davies whack the ball past Oliver Kahn, or indeed watching Aaron Wilbraham stoop to guide the ball... Continue Reading →

Oh Parky, Parky

Imagine taking Colchester United to the Championship. Imagine taking Bradford City to the Capital One Cup Final. Imagine beating Chelsea 4-2 at Stamford Bridge... with Bradford. Imagine taking Bolton to the Championship with a transfer embargo, and keeping them up having mustered two points from the first 11 games of the season. Say what you... 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 →

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