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61Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Sat Jan 31 2015, 20:02

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@rammywhite wrote:
@y2johnny wrote:Le fondre out for 6 weeks

Hamstring

  Bollocks
If his hamstring is in his bollocks he shouldn't be playing football at all!!
Sorry i missed out the "and"

Hes twisted his hamstring and pulled his bollocks

62Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Sat Jan 31 2015, 20:10

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I can't understand why anyone believes anything Boggers writes. He's a lying shite.

63Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Sat Jan 31 2015, 20:11

karlypants

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Report: Bolton 2-2 Wolves

IN BRIEF

Wanderers were forced to settle for a share of the spoils at Macron Stadium as they were denied all three points by a late Wolves equaliser.

The visitors had taken an early lead at a bitterly cold BL6 through Nouha Dicko, but Wanderers were back on level terms just 20 minutes later as Clough fired home directly from a free-kick.

The academy graduate added a second just two minutes later from close range - a goal which appeared to have secured all three points for Bolton - but Wanderers were denied victory in the cruelest of fashions as James Henry rifled home from distance deep into added time at the end of the second half to rescue a point for the visitors.

TEAM NEWS

Adam Le Fondre made his first start for the club since moving to Macron Stadium on loan from Cardiff City earlier this week, while Zach Clough also returned following his recent injury.

Meanwhile, Wanderers’ starting XI boasted the inclusion of David Wheater as captain in place of Matt Mills.

FIRST HALF

The game started brightly, with Clough and Le Fondre linking up well for Wanderers inside the opening minute of the clash with the latter narrowly failing to connect with a through-ball.

Having failed to even push inside the home side’s half however, Wolves took a shock lead with three minutes on the clock as Nouha Dicko collected a smart threaded pass before slotting beyond Andrew Lonergan in the Bolton goal.

Although visibly shocked by the visitors’ early opener, Wanderers proceeded to see plenty of the ball as they pushed in a bid to force a quick-fire equaliser with Liam Trotter’s clever one-touch pass narrowly eluding Darren Pratley in the box.

Clough and Le Fondre were certainly causing problems for Wolves, with the on-loan frontman in particular proving himself a handful for the Molineux outfit’s backline.

It was all one way traffic from the Whites with Tim Ream running the rule on the left flank while Le Fondre’s energetic demeanour had Wolves on the backfoot with his shot from just inside the box only narrowly clearing the crossbar.

Having put the visitors under pressure from the off, Wanderers were finally rewarded in the 23rd minute as Clough fired home directly from a free-kick just outside the area to pull Bolton level.

Just two minutes later, it was two for Clough and Bolton as the diminutive forward calmly took the ball down in the six yard box before curling home from close range.

It was almost a third for Bolton straight from the restart as following a superb run from Le Fondre, Trotter unleashed from distance, with Carl Ikeme having to be on his guard to parry the ball into the air with a goal seemingly imminent.

No more than Bolton deserved given their exploits since the visitors’ early opening, the game appeared to fall into a lull, but the Whites still looked dangerous on the counter attack with Clough in particular making a nuisance of himself.

The clear cut opportunities did appear to dry up somewhat as the half wore on, with neither side really able to test their respective goalkeepers as both teams shored up their defences.

Le Fondre was brought down in the area with a minute of the half remaining with Wanderers left calling for a spot-kick, but the referee was unmoved and waved away their appeals as Bolton entered the break with their noses in front.

SECOND HALF

With no changes at the break for either side, the half got underway but there was soon a stoppage in play as Pratley was forced to withdraw due to Injury, with the midfielder replaced by Dean Moxey.

With the disruption in play, chances were few and far between inside the opening stages of the second period although Wolves were the side in the ascendancy with Wanderers being forced onto the backfoot somewhat.

Both sides were taking their time to settle into the game, with neither Lonergan nor Ikeme really being tested inside the opening 15 minutes of the second half with Benik Afobe’s shot into the side netting the most notable action early on.

It wasn’t until the 64th minute that Wanderers really tested the Wolves keeper, with Le Fondre’s half volley forcing Ikeme into a smart save down to his left.

The chance appeared to spark the game into life, with goalscorer Clough being replaced by Rob Hall with 20 minutes remaining as the Whites looked to put the result beyond doubt.

Hall almost made the perfect start as shortly after his introduction he tried his luck from distance after finding himself in space just outside the area, but his shot flew over the crossbar with Ikeme untroubled.

Le Fondre almost had an assist to his name with 11 minutes remaining as he attempted to find the advancing Moxey in front of goal, but the full-back narrowly failed to connect under pressure from his marker.

With the clock ticking down and Wolves pushing forward in search of a leveller, Wanderers were forced back but were still enjoying attacks of their own with Le Fondre and Hall coming close to extending the Trotters’ lead.

With five minutes of added time indicated, the visitors threw men forward including goalkeeper Ikeme and were eventually rewarded in some style as Henry fired home from 25 yards deep into stoppage time to earn Wolves a point.

FULL TIME

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64Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Sat Jan 31 2015, 20:16

NickFazer

NickFazer
El Hadji Diouf
El Hadji Diouf
Fucksticks.

Struck it well but always disappointing to concede late on like that.

65Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Sat Jan 31 2015, 20:22

Boggersbelief

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Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I can't understand why anyone believes anything Boggers writes. He's a lying shite.

Show me one other example of me lying.

66Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Sat Jan 31 2015, 20:23

Natasha Whittam

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:

Show me one other example of me lying.

It would be much harder to find a post where you weren't lying.

67Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Sat Jan 31 2015, 20:26

Boggersbelief

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Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:

Show me one other example of me lying.

It would be much harder to find a post where you weren't lying.

It's funny because the only other time you called me a liar was when I said Le Fondre was signing for us.

I'll quite happily bring up Simeon Jackson if you want to talk about liars

68Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Sat Jan 31 2015, 20:43

Natasha Whittam

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:

I'll quite happily bring up Simeon Jackson if you want to talk about liars

Simeon Jackson turned us down. He thought Bolton was near Watford.

69Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Sun Feb 01 2015, 01:14

BoltonTillIDie

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Nat Lofthouse
A bit of action from the Wolves fans

70Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Sun Feb 01 2015, 01:51

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Back in the late 80's that train would've been stormed and they would've had to walk home.

Bleeding heavily.

And the twat who pulls the back of his girly coat down to capture his name on his boyfriend's phone camera (Hooligans don't pay for their names to be printed on their replica shirts by the way, they prefer anonymity - it helps with not getting nicked) is a wannabe dick.

Kids today......Useless.

I despair.

Breadman - Section 5 / Horwich Casuals circa '88 to 91.

71Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Sun Feb 01 2015, 10:01

Bwfc1958

Bwfc1958
Tinned Toms - You know it makes sense!
Anyone can act the hard man when there's coppers about, knowing full well they're never gonna get anywhere near them.

If there were no police, either the girls on the train would have sat down in an orderly fashion, or the bunch of girls on the platform would have run away.

72Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Sun Feb 01 2015, 13:02

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I hope the dickhead who kicked the window out has to pay for a new one!

73Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Sun Feb 01 2015, 15:21

Norpig

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Nat Lofthouse
must have missed that fun at the train station! As for the match i thought we had a poor start with Dervite caught napping, after that we looked the better team for the rest of the half. Clough looks a star in the making and Le Fondre did well and looked a handful.

We did sit back too much in the 2nd half but i wasn't expecting us to concede but it was a great strike.

Hows Pratley? It looked like a hamstring so he could be out for a while as well  Mad

74Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Sun Feb 01 2015, 15:31

wanderlust

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Finally calmed down after the disappointment of yesterday. I was really enjoying the much-improved performance and although it was nervous with just a one goal lead, it was all going well and I thought we'd hang on for the win, a psychological boost for the squad and a top half place for the first time this season.
Then Bread tuned into Chatbox.............

75Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Sun Feb 01 2015, 16:03

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Yeah, sorry about that lads.

Won't happen again.....

76Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Mon Feb 02 2015, 11:18

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After another Lonergan mistake for their first goal, can we get Boggers in as first choice when he's fit? Also tihnk Trotter should be given a mention, plenty quick to slag him off but sounded like he had a good game again on Saturday. With Pratley out I think he's got a big part to play for us.

77Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Mon Feb 02 2015, 15:43

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
bwfc1874 wrote:After another Lonergan mistake for their first goal, can we get Boggers in as first choice when he's fit? Also tihnk Trotter

Another Lonergan mistake? You talk like he's been making clanger after clanger. He's easily our player of the season so far.

Bogdan is injury prone, what's the point in picking him?

78Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Mon Feb 02 2015, 15:44

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
the first mistake was from Dervite who was caught flat footed, Lonergan was a bit slow off his line perhaps but it was more a fault with the defence for me.

79Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Mon Feb 02 2015, 15:45

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:the first mistake was from Dervite who was caught flat footed, Lonergan was a bit slow off his line perhaps but it was more a fault with the defence for me.

You have to remember that 1874 was watching the game on Ceefax.

80Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Mon Feb 02 2015, 15:46

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I exaggerate, but he has been lucky to get away with a couple. I remember him dropping a cross against Wednesday they nearly buried. Also gave away a pen the other week. Anyway point is I think we need to hold on to Bogdan.

81Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Mon Feb 02 2015, 15:47

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@Natasha Whittam wrote:
@Norpig wrote:the first mistake was from Dervite who was caught flat footed, Lonergan was a bit slow off his line perhaps but it was more a fault with the defence for me.

You have to remember that 1874 was watching the game on Ceefax.

Don't be silly, that would be too much effort. I just make it up and hope nobody asks.

82Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Mon Feb 02 2015, 15:48

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Bogdan can't stay fit. It's a pointless debate. If someone is silly enough to pay money for him they should have their hand snatched off.

83Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Mon Feb 02 2015, 15:51

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Fair point, he'll be walking on a free. Although I think we get compensation for developing him or something? My sure what the terms are for that.

84Bolton 2-2 Wolves  - Page 3 Empty Re: Bolton 2-2 Wolves Mon Feb 02 2015, 15:53

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
bwfc1874 wrote:Fair point, he'll be walking on a free. Although I think we get compensation for developing him or something? My sure what the terms are for that.

I thought you had to be under 24 for that.

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