Tag Archives: Bolton Wanderers

Will Owen Coyle Take Over At Bolton Wanderers?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Well it certainly sounds like Owen Coyle will be moving the 25 or so miles to Bolton Wanderers to replace the sacked Gary Megson. After being given permission to talk to the Trotters, Coyle looks set to  become the manager … Continue reading

Bolton Makes Wrong Decision By Sacking Gary Megson

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Watching the entertaining match Tuesday night between Bolton and Hull City, the thought crossed my mind that being the manager of Bolton Wanderers was the least desirable job in the entire Premier League. Little did I know that less than … Continue reading

Tuesday Night Premier League Roundup

Posted on by Christopher Harris

When soccer purists criticize the Premier League, they often mention Bolton Wanderers and Hull City as two teams that send them into a comatose state. They conjure up images of a nil-nil draw with the ball played in the air … Continue reading

MLS Snobs Need To Give English Premier League Some Respect

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Have a friendly chat with a MLS Snob and one of the many criticisms you’ll hear from them about the Premier League is that “Sure, the top teams are exciting to watch, but the bottom has teams that actually hurt … Continue reading

Aston Villa Defeat Man United On A Spectacular Day in the Premier League

Posted on by Christopher Harris

There have been very few if any boring Premier League weekends so far this season, and this Saturday was another example of why this is one of the most entertaining leagues in the world. Here are my observations from the … Continue reading

Should Craig Bellamy Have Been Sent Off Against Bolton For Diving?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Referees never have an easy job, but they don’t make their life any easier when they make costly mistakes in heated Premier League games. A perfect example of this was in Saturday’s game between Bolton Wanderers and Manchester City when … Continue reading

Burnley’s Away Day Woe Continues

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Another away game and another game which could have been closer ends up running away from Burnley. Similar to the match against Tottenham, when they had a dubious offside decision against them, Burnley pushed West Ham close for the first … Continue reading

Megson Begins A Dangerous Game At Bolton

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Ah, Gary Megson, never a manager to pass the blame on to anyone else for his own shortcomings, has decided that today he would announce that certain players are trying to destabilise the club. After watching Sundays performance, I don’t … Continue reading

Poll: Which EPL Team Do You Least Look Forward To Watching On TV?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Okay, admit it. Even though you thoroughly enjoy watching the Premier League, especially your favorite team each week, there are often times when you’re not too bothered about missing a match on television featuring teams that either don’t excite you … Continue reading

Premier League Say No Again To The Old Firm

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Like leaves fall from the trees in Autumn, it seems every year some chairman in the Premier League wants to try and get the Old Firm into it. This time Phil Gartside, the Bolton Chairman once again tried to get … Continue reading

Gary Megson Is Unloved and Unwanted

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Well you’ve got to hand it to him, Gary Megson must have the thickest skin in professional football. I’ve seen him barracked by his own fans at 4 different clubs over the years and that’s some going, even in the … Continue reading

Legends Of English Football: #1 Sir Stanley Matthews

Posted on by Paul Bestall

“The man who taught us the way football should be played” Pele Well if you’re going to start a series like this, there is only one person to start with in my opinion, Sir Stanley Matthews, the wizard of dribble. Matthews … Continue reading

Bolton Slowly Sliding

Posted on by Christopher Walker

  In October 1999 Sam Allardyce breezed into his office at the Reebok Stadium to take over a club at the foot of the first division table. Amazingly, he guided Bolton Wanderers to the play-off semi finals the same season … Continue reading

Big Sam Sparks Rovers’ Revival

Posted on by Michael Scallon

Who else could have saved Blackburn so effortlessly? Sat second bottom of the Premier League, five points from safety with just 13 points from 17 games, Sam Allardyce succeeded Paul Ince as Blackburn Rovers’ manager, and in less than 20 games … Continue reading

Bolton Wanderers Push For Two Tier Premiership

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Well interesting news has appeared this morning as Bolton chairman, Phil Gartside’s has put forward a proposal to increase the Premiership to two leagues of 18 teams with 14 clubs from the Championship and Rangers and Celtic. The proposal is to be put before … Continue reading

Steve Bruce Is Right To Come Clean Over Zaki

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Why don’t more managers come clean in the press about disruptive or unprofessional players? It seems that more and more in these sanitised and sponsorship heavy times that too many people keep quiet about the players who are taking the … Continue reading

The Relegation Rumble: Bolton Wanderers

Posted on by tyduffy

With Aston Villa’s demise the top of the league once again appears calcified, so, like Kim Kardashian crammed into a designer dress, the bulk of the tension will be at the bottom.  Here is the first of a series of … Continue reading

Middlesbrough Are In Freefall

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Why can everyone else see Middlesbrough’s problems but Steve Gibson? Whilst his support for Southgate is edifying, it worries me that the Chairman seems so detached from the situation Boro are in by continuing to back Southgate over the evidence … Continue reading