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Tag Archives: bolton

The Amazing Tim Howard Goal

Posted on by Robert Hay

Who says the U.S. national team is weak at forward? During yesterday’s Everton v. Bolton match, keeper Tim Howard broke the scoreless tie with a 100 yard strike that was aided by the wind.  I am not sure which is … Continue reading

Is Owen Coyle's Attacking Style at Bolton a Sign of Things to Come for Other Premier League Clubs?

Posted on by Jesse Chula

It’s no secret that Bolton have played some fine football this season as their current fifth place position proves. While Bolton were once a side under Sam Allardyce who played anything but beautiful football, Owen Coyle has done wonders at … Continue reading

EPL Fantasy League Tips – Gameweek 15

Posted on by Stuart Webb

Well this season is just getting harder and harder to predict. Having just absorbed last week’s action Game Week 15 is here and no doubt will throw up plenty more surprises. The Premier League weekend kicks off Saturday lunchtime at … Continue reading

How To Get Fernando Torres Back In Form

Posted on by James Beckett

Roy Hodgson finally saw his Liverpool side climb out of the bottom three with a hard-fought win at Bolton. It certainly wasn’t easy for the Hodgson’s men as the hosts frustrated Liverpool for long periods only to be undone by … Continue reading

5 Things We Learned About Manchester United During Gameweek 6

Posted on by Jesse Chula

As the Premier League wraps up its 6th Gameweek, the league table begins to take a familiar yet still somewhat open shape. Manchester United failed to take advantage of the losses suffered by Chelsea and Arsenal when they made the … Continue reading

Soccer Fans, What Are Your Favorite Kick-Off Times?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

My first professional game I ever attended was a mid-week night game on a cold night in Wales. The floodlights could be seen from miles away and they seemed to light up the pitch and turn the color of the … Continue reading

Leave Chelsea Alone! The British Media's Crusade Against The Blues

Posted on by John Boschini

I hate to be “that guy.” I really do but the British media’s constant efforts to chalk Chelsea’s EPL campaign as the result of favor from match officials is bordering on insulting. Chelsea’s last three victories came against Manchester United, … Continue reading

Which Premier League Clubs May Visit New York This Summer?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

One or more Premier League clubs may play in a friendly soccer tournament in New York City this summer according to a report from a northeast England newspaper. The English clubs that are being seriously considered are Fulham, Everton, Bolton … Continue reading

Arsenal At The Top After Back-to-back Wins Against Bolton

Posted on by Brian Louie

Belief is an oft-used word by Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, as he has belief in his team’s abilities to vie for the league and perhaps more.  There’s unquestionably great technical skill at the Emirates, but more often, at crucial moments, … Continue reading

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

Everton Undone by Soft, but Correct Penalty While Kevin Davies Rescues Bolton

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

It was the last thing Everton needed to do against Manchester United, give up a penalty. But that was exactly what they did towards the end of the first half and Cristiano Ronaldo made sure they paid the price as … Continue reading

Arsenal Escape the Cold While Liverpool Left Out to Freeze

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

On a day where the weather saw two Premier League ties called off, one London side will be glad their match was played while Liverpool will be wishing their tie at Stoke City was frozen off. Whenever Arsenal and Bolton … Continue reading

Will Saturday Be The Most Boring Matchday In The Premier League?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

All the attention this week will be on Manchester United’s FIFA Club World Cup matches in Japan, and Sunday’s tantalizing Arsenal against Liverpool battle. But spare some thought for the matches on Saturday. On paper, it looks like it could … Continue reading

Premier League Odds and Sods 7 April 2008

Posted on by tyduffy

Arsenal Reserves drew Liverpool Reserves 1-1 in a Saturday thriller. Rafa went with Jermaine Pennant and frisky Peter Crouch. Arsene started two English lads. Liverpool should have put the match away earlier. Crouch had a brilliant effort saved. Riise missed … Continue reading

Premier League Odds and Sods 31 March 2008

Posted on by tyduffy

Arsenal beat Bolton 3-2 at the Reebok, keeping mathematical title hopes alive.  The Gunners, with 10 men on the pitch, scored three goals to reverse a 2-0 deficit.  Diaby deserved his red card for raised studs.  Poor fortune averaged itself … Continue reading

Premier League Odds and Sods 21 March 2008

Posted on by tyduffy

Manchester United 2 – Bolton 0 Cristiano Ronaldo may be masking United’s problems,  but he’s doing a damn good job.  His record-breaking brace bumped the Red Devils into sole possession of first – one they are not likely relinquish.  He … Continue reading

Prediction: Fulham Will Not Be Relegated

Posted on by tyduffy

Fulham FC sprang back to life on Sunday, with a startling 1-0 victory over European-bound Everton. The win, Fulham’s fourth of the season, places gives them 23 pts – an effective four points away from safety. However, Odds and Sods … Continue reading