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91 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Sun May 06 2018, 17:12

Cajunboy

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Andy Walker
Andy Walker
Parky staying put after two successful seasons.

Peter Crouch already in talks with KA.

92 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Sun May 06 2018, 17:49

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Andy Walker
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What a game, what a performance - particularly Wilbraham and Little. But that’s probably the best atmosphere I’ve experience at the Macron that Boro game under Allardyce when we secured survival. The fans were brilliant.

Don’t know what the future holds with so many out of contract - and I reckon some hefty bonuses to pay. But today we can enjoy that result, and a successful season (just).

93 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Sun May 06 2018, 17:51

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Jack Dearden was in good voice. Very Happy

94 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Sun May 06 2018, 18:11

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What a rollercoaster that was! I have to admit i was annoyed when i saw the teamsheet with Grandad starting and he missed a few chances but came good when it mattered. No idea why he didn't start with ALF and Wilbraham but Parky can claim it was all part of his masterplan now.

I did think we'd blown it at 1-2 but putting Wheater upfront worked amazingly well. I'm absolutely knackered now, they certainly know how to put us through the ringer don't they?

Big changes are coming this summer but for now i just want to enjoy us staying up and not think about it  Very Happy

95 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Sun May 06 2018, 19:14

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Andy Walker
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Last days of the season can be special, and today was breathtakingly good, thought we were toast at 1-2 and Preston down to 10 men, but that finish was special. Well done our boys.

96 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Sun May 06 2018, 19:31

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97 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Sun May 06 2018, 19:35

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Andy Walker
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:What a rollercoaster that was! I have to admit i was annoyed when i saw the teamsheet with Grandad starting and he missed a few chances but came good when it mattered. No idea why he didn't start with ALF and Wilbraham but Parky can claim it was all part of his masterplan now.

I did think we'd blown it at 1-2 but putting Wheater upfront worked amazingly well. I'm absolutely knackered now, they certainly know how to put us through the ringer don't they?

Big changes are coming this summer but for now i just want to enjoy us staying up and not think about it  Very Happy

Thought we looked better with Vela running off Wilbraham myself, although by the stage ALF came on the game had descended into chaos.

I’m stuck on a train, paying £4 for a can of grolsch and still have a smile on myself after that game. Worth every penny.

98 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Sun May 06 2018, 20:05

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99 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Sun May 06 2018, 20:07

BoltonTillIDie

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Nat Lofthouse
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Amazing!

100 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Sun May 06 2018, 20:12

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Nat Lofthouse
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He must have lost his voice after that! Very Happy

101 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Sun May 06 2018, 22:28

BoltonTillIDie

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102 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Sun May 06 2018, 23:27

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You all need to thank me for attending today's game as my record this season has somehow finished as witnessing 5 wins and a draw.

103 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Sun May 06 2018, 23:38

BoltonTillIDie

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Nat Lofthouse
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Thanks! Very Happy

104 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Sun May 06 2018, 23:43

boltonbonce

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Big thanks to Lofty,who retires today after 20 years. He was in fine form today.

105 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Sun May 06 2018, 23:53

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I'm not completely sober,but I might as well stay up and watch Football On Five. Don't think I could sleep anyway.
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106 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Mon May 07 2018, 09:00

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Parky has produced some of the most boring performances ever witnessed at the Macron/Reebok - I will grant the haters that - but in 20 years, has there been a more stunning match on display?

Yes, for 85 minutes it seemed like same old, same old, and god knows where we go from here, but we've got 3 months to worry about what happens next season. I pity anyone who can't just enjoy the events of yesterday for a little while.

107 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Mon May 07 2018, 09:43

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In my 2 plus decades being a Wanderers fan and going to the Reebok/Macron, I have seen us get promoted, I have seen us beat Arsenal, Man United, and Athletico Madrid. I have seen us make history and qualify for Europe and even seen us survive on the final day before. But nothing, absolutely nothing compares to today.

Someone recently asked me why are you a football fan when most of the time it makes you feel like shit? My answer now will be for moments like this. Moments of pure euphoria and utter utter joy. What a fantastic final day of the season.

COYWM!!!!!

108 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Mon May 07 2018, 09:57

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El Hadji Diouf
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Parky has produced some of the most boring performances ever witnessed at the Macron/Reebok - I will grant the haters that - but in 20 years, has there been a more stunning match on display?

Yes, for 85 minutes it seemed like same old, same old, and god knows where we go from here, but we've got 3 months to worry about what happens next season. I pity anyone who can't just enjoy the events of yesterday for a little while.

Well said, doffcocker

109 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Mon May 07 2018, 11:02

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Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I pity anyone who can't just enjoy the events of yesterday for a little while.

I don't want your pity. I want your vital statistics.

110 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Mon May 07 2018, 11:14

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I pity anyone who can't just enjoy the events of yesterday for a little while.

I don't want your pity. I want your vital statistics.

Why do you have to purposely wind people up like this?

Can't we just all enjoy this rare bit of happiness, without you feeling the need to come on here waving your tackle around?

111 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Mon May 07 2018, 11:21

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Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Why do you have to purposely wind people up like this?

Can't we just all enjoy this rare bit of happiness, without you feeling the need to come on here waving your tackle around?

Who am I winding up? You said you pitied me, so you started it.

I am happy we won, happy we are staying up. But, for me, that doesn't gloss over the absolute shite I've witnessed this season - you yourself have said it's the most boring football in 20 years. Why on earth would you want more of that?

I'm amazed people are letting 5 minutes of madness cloud their judgement.

112 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Mon May 07 2018, 11:32

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Ivan Campo
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:But, for me, that doesn't gloss over the absolute shite I've witnessed this season - you yourself have said it's the most boring football in 20 years. Why on earth would you want more of that?

Because it ain't gonna get much better whatever happens.

People are living in a dream land thinking we can sack Parky and bring in somebody who'll attract better players, play better football, and get results.

If anybody's already worrying about next season, it's definitely time to take this Bolton Wanderers lark less seriously.

113 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Mon May 07 2018, 11:35

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Andy Walker
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People are living in a dream land thinking we can sack Parky and bring in somebody who'll attract better players, play better football, and get results.

:clap:

That’s the point.

With current budget 21st is about our peak performance.

114 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Mon May 07 2018, 11:55

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Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Because it ain't gonna get much better whatever happens.

People are living in a dream land thinking we can sack Parky and bring in somebody who'll attract better players, play better football, and get results.

If anybody's already worrying about next season, it's definitely time to take this Bolton Wanderers lark less seriously.

I'm not worried about next season, I'm just happy to be in the Championship. But I'm not going to let one great result change the fact that I don't think we will improve under Parky.

I don't think it's dreamland to think we can get a better manager and players, especially if Ken loosens the purse strings a little.

But again, you didn't say any of this after the Burton result, you're making the mistake of letting 5 minutes of one game dictate the future of the club.

115 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Mon May 07 2018, 11:55

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That’s the point.

With current budget 21st is about our peak performance.

Climb out TROY.

116 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Mon May 07 2018, 11:56

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I am happy we won, happy we are staying up. But, for me, that doesn't gloss over the absolute shite I've witnessed this season - you yourself have said it's the most boring football in 20 years. Why on earth would you want more of that?

I'm amazed people are letting 5 minutes of madness cloud their judgement.
Whilst we have been fairly dross for the most part, the joy of football is about moments of quality and catastrophe and when we were just 3 minutes away from relegation at the point that the only person on the planet who was confident we'd score the two goals in 3 minutes we needed was Sluffy (I actually don't believe that but I'll give him the benefit of the doubt) we produced a bit of quality for once and suddenly the catastrophe was Barnsley's and Burton's. 
Yes it was madness but in a good way for a change so let's enjoy it whilst we can. Plenty of time to take stock and surmise why that level of effort wasn't there for most of the season and see what team we have next year - although I reckon there is little chance of Parky leaving now unless Anderson sells up.
TBH I can still hardly believe what we achieved in those last few minutes despite replaying it over and over again. Magical.

117 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Mon May 07 2018, 12:35

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:...and when we were just 3 minutes away from relegation at the point that the only person on the planet who was confident we'd score the two goals in 3 minutes we needed was Sluffy (I actually don't believe that but I'll give him the benefit of the doubt)...

Eh???

When did I ever say that you mentalist?

You just make stuff up.

All the time!

118 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Mon May 07 2018, 13:04

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But again, you didn't say any of this after the Burton result, you're making the mistake of letting 5 minutes of one game dictate the future of the club.

I think you'll find my position on the matter hasn't changed all season.

I've never actually considered myself a big Parkinson fan. It just amazes me that people think things could get better by sacking him and bringing in somebody else who will also have to do the best they can with loans and freebies.

119 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Mon May 07 2018, 14:51

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I have a confession to make. I was listening to the radio commentary, and watching Sky, and feeling very good about our prospects.
All of a sudden, they were level, and depression was setting in, and then they scored again. I couldn't take seeing us go down, so I switched both the TV and radio off, and stomped off outside. That lasted for only a few minutes, so I came back in, saw the result, and was absolutely stunned. I couldn't believe it, and checked all the stations, etc, to see if I had read/heard it wrong, but it was right, we had survived, and with one of the best games we had played for a very long time. Well deserved I thought.

120 Re: Bolton 3-2 Forest on Mon May 07 2018, 16:17

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I had a very similar experience with the 1995 playoff final. We were 2 nil down and Reading got a penalty after about 25 minutes. I turned off the video recorder but stayed put and saw Brannigan make the save that turned that game round. However I stupidly forgot to turn the video back on.

That was an incredible game with of course an amazing squad.

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