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Carling Cup - Bolton v Leicester

Author: ratbert / Date: Wednesday 30th November 2005

Trotting Home

The Milk Cup, football's premier knock-out competition, is back! Well actually its the Carling Cup these days, and tonight we're playing Leicester City. Ratbert curbs his enthusiasm...

Carling Cup? Youíre having a laugh? Yes, it really does still exist. In this era of European football, itís easy to forget about the runt of the competitive football litter. But whatever your views, itís still a route into next seasonís UEFA Cup, and as such should be treated seriously,...

LKIO: The Interview

Author: mofgimmers / Date: Tuesday 29th November 2005

Set Pieces

An in-depth interview with Leon Mann from Let's Kick Racism Out of Football, by mofgimmers...

There has recently been a noticeable presence of the ĎLetís Kick Racism out of Footballí t-shirts around football grounds, so I caught up with spokesman Leon Mann to see whatís going down. I started off with something closest to our hearts, and that was internet forums. Like it or not,...

Fulham 2 Bolton 1

Author: Bruce Rioja / Date: Monday 28th November 2005

Away Daze

Bruce Rioja has little option but to crack open the vino and drown his sorrows after Wanderers' abject display in the capital...

As one approaches Craven Cottage down Stevenage Road, what becomes evident is that few football grounds suit their immediate environs quite as well as the home of Fulham FC. The red brick facia and carved masonry of the main stand do justice to an area in which the property prices...

Guimaraes 1 - Bolton 1

Author: BoltonBilly / Date: Sunday 27th November 2005

Away Daze

Bolton Billy tells us what he can remember through the haze of Super Bock and champagne...

Flying back from Malaga on the Monday night arriving back at the flat at 5am on Tuesday after a less than delightful two and a half hours in customs at Manny airport, was hardly the best preparation for a 4 oíclock start on Wednesday morning. However I was excited and...

Fulham Preview

Author: warthog / Date: Sunday 27th November 2005

Away Daze

A bit later than expected, Warthog steps up to the goal-line and looks ahead to this afternoon's game and the prospects of the Whites carrying goals to Fulham...

Bolton descend on Craven Cottage today after a few days R&R in sunny Portugal, looking to end their last Premiership jinx. In four visits to Fulham they have been beaten four times and have conceded eleven goals in the process. While Fulham are languishing in the wrong half of the...

The Premiership Manager Apprentice

Author: hisroyalgingerness / Date: Friday 25th November 2005

Set Pieces

A look up at who's climbing where on the rungs of the managerial ladder, courtesy of hisroyalgingerness...

I was watching Match of the Day when these thoughts first took form in my brain. It was Chris Coleman doing his post-match "I can't fault my players" speech. I began to wonder where someone like Coleman could possibly go, career-wise, from here? When I talk about Coleman, other managers...

Vitoria Guimares v Bolton

Author: TANGODANCER / Date: Thursday 24th November 2005

Away Daze

Football again, at last, and in anticipation TangoDancer attempts to take the sting out of the Portugese men o'war...

Standing on the prow of an ocean crossing galleon... (oh, alright then, a Monarch scheduled jet), I put my brass bound telescope to my good eye and view the horizon like a seagoing explorer of old. Trusty cutlass by my side and parrot on shoulder, I eagerly scan the the...

Congestion Charging

Author: Mar / Date: Tuesday 22nd November 2005

Mars Musings

For his final musing, Mar ponders taking the Vicks' vapour rub to the congested fixture list...

I remember thinking back in our first season in the Premiership that managers shouldn't complain about the fixture list being changed so much. We had the likes of Alex Ferguson, Claudio Ranieri and Arsene Wenger complaining bitterly that their team was being affected by playing games on Sunday, with a...

The Fourth Estate - a Critique

Author: Zulus Thousand of em / Date: Wednesday 16th November 2005

Zulus Impi

Zulu raises an army of statistics against the massed enemies of Bolton Wanderers... namely the media...

I have watched the UK media gradually turn against Bolton Wanderers with fascination, and more than a little annoyance, over the last three seasons. Itís not that long ago that we were plucky little Bolton, fighting above our weight. That was annoying in itself. Iíve always wanted us to be...

I should be so lucky...

Author: bobo the clown / Date: Tuesday 15th November 2005

Set Pieces

Practice makes perfect for Bobo the Clown...

Bolton Wanderers are creatures of habit. In the 1970's we specialised in losing two goal leads. In the ultimately unsuccessful 1975 season we did that about six times. We're no strangers to losing 4-3 after being three up and we have specialised in last gasp goals ... letting them in,...


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