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1Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Fri Jan 04 2019, 16:34

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Well the obvious first point to make here is that Ken Anderson is still a lying bar steward as several players are ineligible unless the club gets a dispensation from the PFA - a condition of the massive loan they made to the club to pay the wages in November and December - a loan that Anderson very publicly denied he had taken up. 

Despite that we should win. 2 nil.

2Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Fri Jan 04 2019, 20:39

Boggersbelief

Boggersbelief
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Shit game, poor crowd, Catpiss beer. I’m in. 2-1

3Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Fri Jan 04 2019, 23:57

bryan458

bryan458
Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
Who Cares !!!!!

4Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sat Jan 05 2019, 00:58

BoltonTillIDie

BoltonTillIDie
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
If we win 3-0 we will get promoted to the premier league in 2021

5Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sat Jan 05 2019, 03:13

Growler


Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Who Cares !!!!!
I want us to win.Its not impossible to get easy draws all the way to the quarter final.We'll get good prize money and maybe a big pay day at United or Arsenal in the last 8.

I can't be arsed looking up the details but when Sam got us to the FA Cup semi final I think it was piss easy draws all the way to Charlton in the quarter final, and Charlton at home wasn't exactly a tough draw.

6Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sat Jan 05 2019, 10:35

Dunkels King

Dunkels King
Nicolas Anelka
Nicolas Anelka
We really have to win this game just for the chance of a money earner in round 4. 2-1 win in front of about 5000 supporters.

7Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sat Jan 05 2019, 11:38

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
It will be an interesting team today.

8Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sat Jan 05 2019, 12:14

T.R.O.Y


Andy Walker
Andy Walker
Agree that we need a win today, a cup run would be a good earner for us. I’ve no idea if anyone’s performing in the u23s at the moment but it would be good to see them given a chance today if so.

9Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sat Jan 05 2019, 13:16

Sluffy

Sluffy
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I think there is something like £175,000 prize money for a win at round three (I've not checked so may be wrong) so I guess it's worth going for in our current financial circumstances.

I expect a win for us then!

10Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sat Jan 05 2019, 13:48

wessy

wessy
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
FA Cup been ruined by money, TV, most games will be reserves V reserves a tragedy to what was the best of competitions. I am going but am i really bothered nope.

11Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sat Jan 05 2019, 14:05

Sluffy

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12Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sat Jan 05 2019, 14:34

Cajunboy

Cajunboy
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
We should be capable of winning this and hopefully making some money in the next round.

But don't put your house on it!

2-1

13Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sat Jan 05 2019, 14:49

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Radio Nuts is now live via the Portal!

14Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sat Jan 05 2019, 16:59

MartinBWFC

MartinBWFC
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
At last found our, well Parkinson's true level.

15Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sat Jan 05 2019, 17:46

wessy

wessy
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
Shambolic first half, really enjoyable second half rare to see us score so many so well done guys.

16Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sat Jan 05 2019, 17:52

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Shambolic first half, really enjoyable second half rare to see us score so many so well done guys.
Super John on GMR said Vela was shocking.

17Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sat Jan 05 2019, 18:11

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Report: Bolton Wanderers 5-2 Walsall

Bolton Wanderers progressed into the Fourth Round of the Emirates FA Cup as they defeated Walsall 5-2 at the University of Bolton Stadium on Satur

A hat-trick from Josh Magennis, along with a strike from Clayton Donaldson and an own goal from Jon Guthrie saw the Whites secure their place into the pot for the next round.

Team News

Phil Parkinson made five changes from his starting line-up against Hull City.

Marc Wilson and Gary O’Neil miss out through injury, with Luke Murphy and Pawel Olkowski coming in to replace them.

Yanic Wildschut, Craig Noone and Josh Magennis also make the starting eleven.

First Half

Walsall started the game off strong, with a corner into the danger area, headed towards Ben Alnwick’s net and cannoned off the crossbar with two minutes of kick off.

Shouts for a penalty came from the visitors, as Matt Jarvis jinked inside the area and went down following a challenge by David Wheater but referee Darren England waved away the protests.

The Saddler took the lead on 19 minutes, as a cross from Jarvis found the head of Andy Cook, who guided the ball past an outstretched Alnwick.

A speculative effort from Jarvis followed shortly after, however his half volley sailed wide of the mark.

Pawel Olkowski put a superb delivery into the box, finding Yanic Wildschut on the volley but the Dutchman couldn’t direct his effort past Liam Roberts.

Jason Lowe delicately found Craig Noone with a ball across the Walsall area soon after, before the wide man fired towards the Saddlers’ goal but his shot finished inches over the crossbar.

A ball over the top found Saddlers attacker Morgan Ferrier through on goal, but Mark Beevers recovered well to make a well-timed interception.

Craig Noone began to make things happen for the Whites, putting a dangerous ball across the box to find Luke Murphy at the far post.

The former Leeds United man powerfully headed goal ward, but Roberts saved well.

Second Half

Wanderers came out after the break with a bit of menace, with Luke Murphy making a crunching tackle midway into the Walsall half that set away second half substitute Clayton Donaldson.

The Jamaican international jinked past one Walsall defender before having his shot blocked.

A clearance from Wanderers was blocked well by Walsall, who saw the deflection fall into their possession in the form of Morgan Ferrier.

The forward took aim at goal and tested Ben Alnwick, who saved well before grasping the ball at the second attempt.

Wanderers had the ball in the net five minutes prior to the hour mark, with Will Buckley firing home past Roberts but the referee had adjudged the winger to have handled the ball.

Saddlers’ Devlin crossed the ball deep into the area in a quick counter attack, finding Cook who beat Olkowski in the air but couldn’t beat Alnwick with his powerful header.

The Whites pressure got its just reward, with a corner ball finding Josh Magennis in the six yard area, who flicked it quickly to Clayton Donaldson to finish off from close range.

Wanderers soon after got the lead through Josh Magennis, as Donaldson’s shot was palmed out by Roberts straight into the path of the Northern Irishman to tap home from eight yards.

Phil Parkinson’s men doubled their lead with minutes, as a Craig Noone cross into the six yard area saw Donaldson latch onto the enticing delivery as it ended up in the back of the net, with it potentially coming off Jon Guthrie last.

Walsall responded with a goal of their own soon after, with their skipper Dobson firing past Ben Alnwick from all of 20 yards via a deflection. The Wanderers goalkeeper left helpless to stop the effort from going in.

Ferrier nearly found the equaliser with 17 minutes to go, as a Ferrier cross was flicked across the area by Cook, with Saddlers defender Guthrie inches away from tapping it in.

Jason Lowe played a precise through ball to Buckley, who took it in his stride before stinging the gloves of Walsall’s Roberts with a curling effort from just inside the area.

It was all action at this point in the game, as a deflected Olkowski cross found Buckley, who again smashed a shot towards goal with only the post saving the Saddlers.

Left back Luke Leahy saw the ball fall to him with 11 minutes left of this third round tie, but his half volley effort never troubled the Wanderers defence.

Wanderers had their fourth following this, as a fantastic Craig Noone ball into the front post found Magennis who nodded it home from close distance. Excellent from the target man!

Kieron Morris tried to spark the comeback for Walsall, with a strike from 30 yards finishing wide of the target.

Cook hit the woodwork for Dean Keates’ men coming into the final stages of the clash, with a volley from an acute angle firing off the bar.

Magennis became a hattrick hero with three minutes of regular time remaining as he stung the far post with a left footed effort, before valiantly following it up for his third of the afternoon.

Walsall kept playing to the end but it was Wanderers who sailed into the fourth round pot with a clinical display in front of goal today.

Full Time

Wanderers XI: Alnwick, Lowe, Beevers, Vela (Buckley 45), Noone, Murphy (Connell 89), Olkowski, Magennis, Grounds, Wildschut (Donaldson 45), Wheater (C).

Substitutes: B. Williams, Little, Oztumer, Hall.

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18Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sat Jan 05 2019, 19:18

wessy

wessy
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Shambolic first half, really enjoyable second half rare to see us score so many so well done guys.
Super John on GMR said Vela was shocking.
He wasn't that good. Touch of an elephant

19Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sat Jan 05 2019, 19:50

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
The highlights make Noone look like Ronaldo.

20Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sun Jan 06 2019, 00:04

Sluffy

Sluffy
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The goals -

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21Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Sun Jan 06 2019, 01:10

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
TBF to Parky we were doing nothing going forward until he made the subs and they did make a difference. Question is why did we start so tentatively?

22Bolton 5-2 Walsall Empty Re: Bolton 5-2 Walsall on Mon Jan 07 2019, 20:35

doffcocker

doffcocker
Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
Very difficult to give a shit about this match from a manager/player perspective I should imagine.

You're still the big stinking pile of turd if you win as when you started (because it's only Walsall), and an even bigger one if you lose.

But by the sounds of it - I don't mind admitting that I had no interest in attending and probably still wouldn't even with hindsight - this performance deserves some credit.

I just pray we get a decent 4th round tie, not fucking QPR at home or Brentford away or some other snorefest like that. We don't need a winnable match, we just need something to look forward to.

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