G'day, qwertyboy. You know that with a user name like that you could be seen as a 'keyboard warrior' don't you?
No worries, mate, you have come to the right club and the right forum to experience the highs and the lows of football. At your age that's no bad thing - imagine following one of the 'top four' and then crying if your team doesn't win a game by 4 goals!
If you have no personal connection with Bolton then you have lots of time to look around and change your mind if you so wish. I hope you will not, even should the unmentionable happen. Keep in mind that we're a bit like Perth Glory and not a bit like the Queensland weather. In fact, keeping the weather analogy going, we're probably more akin to that in Melbourne.
There're quite a few of us in Australia on this forum, most, but by no means all, are expats. I'm an expat. but I've lived here for 55 years (if you look over to the left of the screen you'll see where).
Whereabouts are you, qwertyboy, and do you follow the local A-League? There is no need to answer those questions as they are merely polite enquires.
Anyway, welcome aboard.
Hey thanks for your support. I am a local Melbourne boy and the weather hear has been beautiful of late
Of course being from Melbourne I go for the Victory who are playing well.
I don't know what got me into Bolton but at the moment am still weighing up whether to go for Bolton or Everton? I really like Bolton but I still have my doubt about both of the teams. However Bolton seems the way to go to enjoy the true football aspect
Again thanks for your support.
So what is Bolton like as a club how would you sum them up? How far off are we from maybe challenging for a top 10 place?