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Archives: Bolton Wanderers

Watch Bolton 1-2 Liverpool FA Cup replay match highlights [VIDEO]

Posted on by PA Sport
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Playmaker Philippe Coutinho celebrated his new five-year contract with an added-time winner as Liverpool kept their FA Cup hopes alive in a dramatic late turnaround at Bolton. The Brazil international committed his long-term future to the club on Monday and … Continue reading

Bolton Wanderers vs Liverpool, FA Cup replay: TV times and open thread

Posted on by Alex Muller
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After neither team could score a goal during the January 24 FA Cup encounter at Anfield, both teams will play again today. This time, it’s at Bolton’s ground formerly known as the Reebok Stadium (and now renamed Macron Stadium). The … Continue reading

Watch Liverpool 0-0 Bolton FA Cup match highlights [VIDEO]

Posted on by PA Sport
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Liverpool avoided an FA Cup upset at home to Bolton but even on a day of shocks it was not much of an achievement after a toothless display and 0-0 draw against Championship opponents Bolton. There was a distinct absence … Continue reading

Swansea City Sign Bolton Striker David Ngog Until End Of Season [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Swansea City have signed Bolton Wanderers striker David Ngog for an undisclosed fee until the end of this season. The 24-year-old French striker, who is best known for his time at Liverpool from 2008-2011, is hoping to receive approval from … Continue reading

First Person Account of League Cup Experience: Why Cup Success Is Bittersweet For Lower League Teams

Posted on by Matt Jones
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Clearly incapable of going one solitary evening without watching soccer in some capacity, I chose to sample a League Cup tie involving one of my local sides on Tuesday night. Tranmere Rovers were playing Bolton Wanderers in the second round … Continue reading

Stuart Holden Diagnosed With Torn ACL In Knee To Add to His Injury Woes

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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US and Bolton Wanderers midfielder Stuart Holden has been diagnosed with a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his right knee after having a MRI exam to evaluate the extent of his injury he picked up in the 2013 Gold Cup … Continue reading

Bolton Ditch Payday Loan Sponsor, Change Club Crest & Unveil New Home Shirt, All In 24 Hours

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Bolton Wanderers Football Club has had a busy 24 hours. Yesterday they announced that they decided to ditch a payday loan company that was going to be featured as their new shirt sponsor, and instead replaced them with a different … Continue reading

Jussi Jaaskelainen: One of Most Underrated Premier League Legends

Posted on by Sarad Shrestha
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It is a well known fact that soccer is a team sport and every team member is as valuable as the other. But naturally, the recognition received by all the players of the team is not the same. As an … Continue reading

Top 10 Goalkeepers in Premier League History

Posted on by Tim Simon
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The goalkeepers of the Premier League often get overlooked as people prefer to see goals scored rather than saved, but there have been some truly incredible goalkeepers who have graced our shores. H ere are my top 10 goalkeepers that … Continue reading

Which 3 Premier League Clubs Will Be Relegated This Season?

Posted on by Todd Shenk
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As an American, when I was first introduced to the Premier League I was intrigued by the idea of relegation to a lower league along with lower tier teams moving up. I will admit that it took me a bit … Continue reading

3rd Round FA Cup Replays Featuring Fulham, QPR, Stoke, Wigan, WBA and Sunderland: Open Thread

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Six Premier League sides are in action today as each of them have another chance to qualify for the fourth round of the FA Cup. Each team has a FA Cup third round replay in their path. Today’s FA Cup … Continue reading

Does January Window Transfer Spending Help Premier League Clubs?

Posted on by Guy Robert
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With the transfer window coming up, we can all count on one thing for certain. There will be non-stop chatter about what teams must do if they are going to “push for the top” or “avoid relegation”. Rumors and arguments … Continue reading

Fabrice Muamba Puts Collapse Down to Intensive Training: The Daily EPL

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Fabrice Muamba, the Bolton midfielder who collapsed on the pitch at White Hart Lane last season, has blamed his collapse on intensive training he was doing at the club. If true, it makes you wonder how closely Premier League clubs … Continue reading

Which Premier League Club Is The Biggest Spender In The Last Decade?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Which Premier League club is the biggest spender in the last decade? You may be surprised by the results. According to a recent survey by Deloitte, Premier League clubs have spent more than £4.4bn on players since the transfer window was … Continue reading

Bolton’s Fabrice Muamba ‘Devastated’ After Announcing Retirement: The Daily EPL

Posted on by Alex Muller

It was the incident that happened last season that none of us will ever forget, whether we saw it on person or on television. However, the sad news out of England today is that Bolton’s Fabrice Muamba has been forced … Continue reading

A Canadian in London: My First Live EPL Match is an Arsenal Memory That Will Never Fade

Posted on by Jon Spratt

THE PLAN As soon as my girlfriend Anne and I decided that we were going to London in Sept. 2011, I knew I had to work a live football match into the trip somehow. I’m a Manchester City supporter (don’t … Continue reading

North West and South of England Battle For Premier League Bragging Rights

Posted on by Tony Davies

The final day of the 2011/12 Premier League season was the most dramatic there has ever been and arguably the most dramatic there will ever be.  Although two of the teams to be relegated had already been decided, everyone’s eyes … Continue reading