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1Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Wed Jan 27 2016, 09:17

Bwfc1958

Bwfc1958
Tinned Toms - You know it makes sense!
Back to the FA Cup this weekend when Leeds United will be rolling into town and bringing 6000 + of the best supporters in the British Isles with them. 

Can we build on the MK Dons result and performance or will we revert to type and take a pasting? 

With Leeds having such strong backing it will be difficult but I don't think we'll lose. Confidence should be up from last weekend so I'm staying positive. 

I reckon we can just about edge it. I'm going for a 2-1 win. 

COYWM!!

2Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Wed Jan 27 2016, 09:20

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Guest
Fecking hate Leeds.  That's not a dig at hipster, i have my reasons Very Happy

4-1 Bolton

3Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Wed Jan 27 2016, 09:53

luckyPeterpiper

luckyPeterpiper
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
I suspect if any set of fans in the country could empathise with us right now Leeds United would be the ones. I have a lot of time for them to be honest and know many decent Yorkshire people despite the horrific disadvantage comes from being on the Pennines. Wink Smile 

For this match I think we might just have an edge after the MK performance. So I'll predict a 2-1 win to us. Pratley to score first.

4Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Wed Jan 27 2016, 11:03

Reebok Trotter

Reebok Trotter
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I have a sneaky feeling we will beat Leeds as well. A win in the cup will be a welcome relief from the ongoing saga involving the selling of the club. Home win for me!

5Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Wed Jan 27 2016, 14:47

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Ref watch: Andre Marriner in the middle for Leeds cup meeting

Andre Marriner will oversee Wanderers’ Emirates FA Cup fourth round tie against Leeds United on Saturday.

An established Premier League referee who has been involved professionally within the game since the 2002/03 campaign, the West Midlands based official last took charge of a Bolton game when the Whites welcomed AFC Bournemouth to Macron Stadium back in October 2014.

Having been the man in the middle of 19 competitive fixtures so far throughout the current campaign – the majority of which have been between top flight sides – Marriner has dished out a total of 70 yellow and four red cards since August.

Simon Beck and Matthew Dicicco will run the line while Nigel Miller will act at the fourth official.

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6Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Wed Jan 27 2016, 16:46

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Dicked. 0-3. Hipster goes stays home happy.

7Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Thu Jan 28 2016, 09:53

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Trying to book tickets for this online and it is saying i don't meet the criteria?  No wonder Leeds have sold more than us!

8Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Thu Jan 28 2016, 09:55

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9Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Thu Jan 28 2016, 10:02

Bwfc1958

Bwfc1958
Tinned Toms - You know it makes sense!
Taken from the bwfc website 

[size=33]Supporters are advised that tickets are only available to supporters with a previous booking history, excluding past fixtures against Leeds United.[/size]

[size=33]Fans wishing to purchase tickets on the day of the game are also advised to arrive early to avoid queues and to guarantee getting inside Macron Stadium before kick off.[/size]

[size=33]Please note that home tickets will only be on sale for seats in the North Stand Lower, East Stand Upper, East Stand Lower and Block A in the West Stand Lower.[/size]

[size=33]To book, please visit Bolton Central in person, phone 0844 871 2932 or visit the club’s eticketing website[/size]

10Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Thu Jan 28 2016, 10:08

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no wonder we have only sold what we have!  so my £60 is no good because it will be my first game this season!!!!  What a joke.  I'm not leaving it until queuing on the day!

11Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Thu Jan 28 2016, 10:21

Bwfc1958

Bwfc1958
Tinned Toms - You know it makes sense!
Ridiculous really. They want to get people through the turnstiles so why make things difficult? The club is a shambles from top to bottom.

12Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Fri Jan 29 2016, 09:45

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Press Conference:



Golden Goals v Leeds:

13Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Fri Jan 29 2016, 20:41

Hipster_Nebula

Hipster_Nebula
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Leeds to have the biggest away following in Macron history.

incredible dedication. Proper fans simple as that.

14Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Fri Jan 29 2016, 21:00

Lever ender

Lever ender
Mario Jardel
Mario Jardel
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Leeds to have the biggest away following in Macron history.

incredible dedication. Proper fans simple as that.
Leeds support has always been impressive,seem to sell out everywhere they go can't fault them. 

Going to go for a 2-1 win for the wanderers. Madine and Feeney with the goals.

15Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Fri Jan 29 2016, 21:30

Reebok Trotter

Reebok Trotter
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Leeds are a big city with a one club monopoly, unlike Manchester, Sheffield, Birmingham, Liverpool and London. I would expect them to get the whole of the South stand, both upper and lower tier.

16Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Fri Jan 29 2016, 22:32

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Leeds to have the biggest away following in Macron history.

incredible dedication. Proper fans simple as that.
 fuck off and buy a Leeds shirt and have done with it

17Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Fri Jan 29 2016, 22:44

Reebok Trotter

Reebok Trotter
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Leeds to have the biggest away following in Macron history.

incredible dedication. Proper fans simple as that.
 fuck off and buy a Leeds shirt and have done with it

I think we should just about have a slight advantage in numbers but there wont be much in it.

18Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Fri Jan 29 2016, 22:50

Copper Dragon

Copper Dragon
Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
Come On You Trotters  ::bwfc::

19Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Fri Jan 29 2016, 22:55

Boggersbelief

Boggersbelief
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Leeds to have the biggest away following in Macron history.

incredible dedication. Proper fans simple as that.
 fuck off and buy a Leeds shirt and have done with it

I think we should just about have a slight advantage in numbers but there wont be much in it.

There'll be 6.5k Leeds and 9.5k bolton

20Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Sat Jan 30 2016, 12:54

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I'm going for a 2-2 draw.

21Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Sat Jan 30 2016, 14:04

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
same team as last week, no surprise i suppose

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22Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Sat Jan 30 2016, 14:21

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
any streams for today?

23Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Sat Jan 30 2016, 14:23

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Radio Nuts is now live guys! Smile

24Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Sat Jan 30 2016, 14:24

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:any streams for today?
It doesn't look like it unfortunately. Sad

25Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Sat Jan 30 2016, 17:01

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Gary Madine is shit and I hate him.

Had a  bet of teams to score 2 or more goals. I had:

Wigan (Scored 3)
Sheff Wednesday (Scored 2)
Hull (Scored 3)
Man City (Scored 4)
Huddersfield (Scored 2)
Reading (Scored 4)
Bolton (Madine missed 4).

26Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Sat Jan 30 2016, 17:13

Hipster_Nebula

Hipster_Nebula
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Hardly a surprise result.

27Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Sat Jan 30 2016, 17:33

scottjames30

scottjames30
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
We didn't have a chance against a big club like Leeds anyway.

28Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Sat Jan 30 2016, 17:43

doffcocker

doffcocker
Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
Fucking disgraceful performance, and I'm not just referring to Amos who I'm starting to think would be a liability in a Sunday league team.

I think three, maybe four players had their worst ever matches for us and that's saying something. Mark Davies certainly, Moxey probably, Pratley possibly, Madine maybe.

Leeds fans are a pain in the arse, they're one of the last teams you wanna be losing to - especially when there's 6,000 of them not including the ones sat in the home end - and we've given them a relatively comfortable match despite that they're clearly nothing special. Embarrassing.

29Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Sat Jan 30 2016, 19:46

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

Report: Bolton 1-2 Leeds United


IN BRIEF

Wanderers exited the Emirates FA Cup at the fourth round stage following a 2-1 defeat against Leeds United at Macron Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The visitors opened the scoring in the ninth minute of the clash, with Souleymane Doukara firing home an angled drive inside the box and their advantage was doubled five minutes before half time as Toumani Diagouraga tapped home after collecting a Mirco Antenucci pass back into the area.

The Whites eventually halved the deficit with ten minutes remaining through Darren Pratley who continued his fine recent form in front of goal by firing into the roof of the net, but despite a late rally, the hosts were unable to force an equaliser late on.

TEAM NEWS

Wanderers were unchanged from the side who started against MK Dons last weekend, while the only change to the substitutes’ bench was the inclusion of Tom Walker in place of Shola Ameobi whose contract expired with the club earlier this week.

FIRST HALF

With the sunshine appearing for kick-off at Macron Stadium after torrential rain and hailstone in the build-up to the game, the match got underway with both sides visibly up for the fight.

Neither teams were able to make any real inroads inside the opening stages however, although both Wanderers and Leeds enjoyed forays into their respective penalty areas.

Lewis Cook was the first to have a sight of goal, but his long range effort failed to trouble Ben Amos inside five minutes.

In the ninth minute of the clash however, Leeds drew first blood with Amos unable to take the sting out of Doukara’s angled drive across goal, with the ball bouncing over the keeper and into the net.

Wanderers were almost level just three minutes later however as Gary Madine took advantage of some shaky United defending to loop the ball over his marker just yards out from goal, but the striker somehow put the ball over the goalmouth after losing his balance.

The home side were looking threatening with Steve Evans’ side forced to defend deeply following their opener, as Wellington Silva proved himself a nuisance down the left flank.

Leeds could barely get out of their own half but on a rare counter attack, Mirco Antenucci did force a smart save out of the Bolton keeper at his near post on the 25 minute mark.

Buoyed by their chance, the Elland Road outfit did enjoy a period of possession, but it ultimately produced very little of note in front of goal.

As the first period headed into its closing stages, the visitors continued to push themselves and were rewarded with five minutes of the half remaining as Diagouraga collected Antenucci’s ball into the middle of the 18 yard box, with Leeds’ new signing given the simple task of tapping home past Amos for his first goal for the club.

Wanderers attempted to reduce the deficit before the break, but their efforts proved fruitless as the opening 45 ended with the visitors boasting a two goal lead.

SECOND HALF

With no changes at the break, the second period got underway to a snow storm at Macron Stadium which played its part in a few players losing their footing early on.

As in the opening stages of the first half, clear cut chances were few and far between but it was Bolton who enjoyed the first opportunity, with Madine seeing his close range shot deflected away for a corner with Marco Silvestri seemingly a beaten man.

Liam Feeney enjoyed an unchallenged run down the right flank soon after, but the winger was unable to find a Bolton shirt in the box with Leeds able to see out the danger.

Wanderers’ pressure continued, although Leeds themselves enjoyed a chance on the hour mark with Scott Wootton somehow putting the ball over the goalmouth after finding himself unmarked 12 yards out.

Giussepe Bellusci meanwhile saw a 25 yard free-kick parried over the crossbar by Amos with the goalkeeper having to be on his guard to keep his effort out.

With 20 minutes to go, Wanderers made their first changes with Jay Spearing and Kaiyne Woolery coming into the mix in place of Mark Davies and Wellington.

Madine came close to halving the deficit once again shortly after following a clever long-throw by Moxey, but Silvestri was alert enough to stop his shot in its tracks.

Frustration was evident for Wanderers, with Feeney drilling wide of the mark after collecting the ball out wide with 15 minutes remaining.

Pratley meanwhile saw his half volley from 12 yards blocked at the death with the Leeds keeper in no man’s land just moments later.

The captain made no mistake at the second attempt however, with him firing into the roof of the net from a matter of yards out with ten minutes remaining to give Bolton hope.

Rejuvenated, Wanderers threw men forward in a bid to force an equaliser with Leeds cooped inside their own penalty area as the 90 minute mark drew near.

And that leveller appeared to have arrived in the 87th minute as Silvestri parried a Pratley shot away from goal, but Madine turned the rebound against the post from close range.

With four additional minutes indicated at the end of the game, Leeds proceeded to halt Bolton’s pressure with a handful of substitutions, but Wanderers still pressured in their numbers.

Their efforts were to prove in vain however as the visitors held out to progress into the fifth round of the competition at Bolton’s expense.

FULL TIME

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30Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) Empty Re: Bolton 1-2 Leeds (FA Cup rd 4) on Sat Jan 30 2016, 23:43

Biggie

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Bolton News 
"Wanderers pressure continued"

Sky Sports
"A rare home attack"

Which are we supposed to believe?

https://boltonnuts.forumotion.co.uk

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