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1 Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Fri Mar 03 2017, 15:59

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If you haven't got tickets for the match then it looks a possibility that there might be a live screening at the Macron.

A member of Nuts tweeted this to Lee Anderson and Lee posted the following two tweets -

- If you've no Fleetwood tickets, get on this 80's-style old school beamback. Numbers needed to make it work.

- many of you have asked about a beamback for the Fleetwood game .am looking into it in the prem suite need to know numbers to make it viable

- many of you have asked about a beamback for the Fleetwood game .am looking into it in the prem suite need to know numbers to make it viable.


Watch this space I guess or tune into Radio Nuts for live commentary.

2 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Fri Mar 03 2017, 16:13

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i remember goiing to Burnden many years ago to watch an FA cup game against Derby (i think?) on a big screen on the pitch  Very Happy

3 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Fri Mar 03 2017, 18:28

Fabians Right Peg

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Me an the youngest got tickets, big game. (Fleetwood Rolling Eyes )

4 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Fri Mar 03 2017, 20:19

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Norpig wrote:i remember goiing to Burnden many years ago to watch an FA cup game against Derby (i think?) on a big screen on the pitch  Very Happy
They did it for 2 matches that season, Wolves and Derby in the F.A. cup. It was the season we beat Liverpool at Anfield.

5 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Fri Mar 03 2017, 20:55

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I vaguely remember that.

Only vaguely because that was back in the days when a trip to Burnden was preceded by a trip to The Blue Boar, The Brass Cat, Churchills, The Wagon and The King Bill.

6 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Fri Mar 03 2017, 21:18

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Bread2.0 wrote:I vaguely remember that.

Only vaguely because that was back in the days when a trip to Burnden was preceded by a trip to The Blue Boar, The Brass Cat, Churchills, The Wagon and The King Bill.

What was (is) the pub between Prestons of Bolton and Woolworths?

7 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Fri Mar 03 2017, 21:48

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Old Three Crowns?

8 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Fri Mar 03 2017, 22:15

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Norpig wrote:i remember goiing to Burnden many years ago to watch an FA cup game against Derby (i think?) on a big screen on the pitch  Very Happy
I went to that one as well. Sat in The Lever End watching us lose 3-1 I think it was, back When Derby were still at the Baseball Ground. Gutted I was.

9 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Fri Mar 03 2017, 23:03

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DEANO82 wrote:Old Three Crowns?

There was/is(?) the Millstone just off Deansgate sort of behind the Three Crowns as well.

10 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Sun Mar 05 2017, 10:40

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we are going to get well and truly bummed at Fleetwood  Crying or Very sad

11 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Sun Mar 05 2017, 12:13

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Norpig wrote:we are going to get well and truly bummed at Fleetwood  Crying or Very sad
You're not kidding. No chance whatsoever of coming away from there with anything at all.

12 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Mon Mar 06 2017, 08:57

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Was it not the 3 Tuns or was that further down Churchgate?

Anyhoo, it's a sad day that I never thought I'd see in my lifetime but here we are going to Fleetwood as underdogs.

With Karacan in midfield something might change for the better (if he doesn't get sent off) but I'm not counting any chickens. Reckon we'll lose by the odd goal.

13 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Mon Mar 06 2017, 11:15

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I can't see us getting anything here. We're too pedestrian and our only real tactic is to go backwards and  then hoof it to Madine and let it bounce off him to one of their midfielders as ours tend to be on a 90 minute tea break

14 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Mon Mar 06 2017, 18:26

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Never thought that in my lifetime we would be afraid of a trip to Fleetwood, shows how far we have fallen.

15 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Mon Mar 06 2017, 18:48

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We are doomed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

16 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Mon Mar 06 2017, 19:59

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Cajunboy wrote:We are doomed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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17 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Mon Mar 06 2017, 20:21

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Fleetwood's last 18 matches -

WWDWDDWWWWWDDDWWWW

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18 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Mon Mar 06 2017, 20:29

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Sluffy wrote:Fleetwood's last 18 matches -

WWDWDDWWWWWDDDWWWW

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Room for an L then

19 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Mon Mar 06 2017, 20:29

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Wouldn't put it past us to win. Such is football.

20 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Mon Mar 06 2017, 20:43

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We all know were going to lose, but it doesn't stop us hoping that we just might get lucky.

21 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Mon Mar 06 2017, 22:42

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All good runs come to an end but will we be good enough to end it?

22 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Tue Mar 07 2017, 08:38

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wessy wrote:All good runs come to an end but will we be good enough to end it?
 you have seen us play recently haven't you Wessy? No chance of us winning there i'm afraid (hope i'm wrong)

23 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Tue Mar 07 2017, 12:09

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We'll rout these

24 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Tue Mar 07 2017, 12:09

Boggersbelief

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I'm thinking 0-4

25 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Tue Mar 07 2017, 12:17

Norpig

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I'll have what Boggers is drinking

26 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Tue Mar 07 2017, 12:26

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I'm also going for 4-0, but not in our favour.

27 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Tue Mar 07 2017, 20:41

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Sheffield and scunthorpe both losing at half time.  If they stay the same then this makes this game even more important.

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28 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Tue Mar 07 2017, 21:59

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y2johnny wrote:Sheffield and scunthorpe both losing at half time.  If they stay the same then this makes this game even more important.

Scunny lost but Sheff utd won.They're home and dry now.
We've got a sniff of a chance- its up to us now.
But we'll probably still blow it

29 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Tue Mar 07 2017, 22:28

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rammywhite wrote:
y2johnny wrote:Sheffield and scunthorpe both losing at half time.  If they stay the same then this makes this game even more important.

Scunny lost but Sheff utd won.They're home and dry now.
We've got a sniff of a chance- its up to us now.
But we'll probably still blow it
Need to play like we did for the first 15 minutes... but this time for all 90 minutes.  We should have been ahead 2-0 early.  With all the drama between the owners, I'm sure the team has one eye on the door and the other on the pitch.  They obviously can do it, if Parky gets the tactics correct.  Our performance in net over the past two weeks has also hurt immensely.  We could have been and should have been second.  Now we have to win on the road to make anything happen for promotion.  C'mon lads... suck it up and perform well.

30 Re: Fleetwood 2-4 Bolton on Thu Mar 09 2017, 07:23

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Ref watch: Paul Tierney to oversee Fleetwood Town trip


Paul Tierney will take charge of Wanderers’ Sky Bet League One clash away at Fleetwood Town on Saturday.


The Lancashire-based official has overseen five Whites' matches in the past, the most recent being Bolton's 2-0 home victory over Millwall back in November.

Having run the rule over his first Football League fixture in August 2009, his first second tier clash followed in February 2010 while he has also stepped up to the Premier League in the past three seasons.

Mr Tierney has controlled 23 matches so far this campaign, including seven in the top-flight, dishing out 82 yellow cards and three red cards along the way.

Michael Mcdonough and Darren Cann will run the line, while Graham Salisbury is the fourth official.

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