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Have they gone back to Norwich?

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1Have they gone back to Norwich? Empty Have they gone back to Norwich? on Mon Jan 07 2019, 21:04

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Wildschutt and Matthews? 

And does anyone know how much Anderson defaulted on? And whether or not he told Delia to go f*** herself?

TBH neither player has contributed much so it won't be too damaging on the pitch if they return, but the reputational, legal and financial ramifications may accelerate our path to administration.

2Have they gone back to Norwich? Empty Re: Have they gone back to Norwich? on Mon Jan 07 2019, 21:10

doffcocker

doffcocker
Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
Wildschutt is like most of the wingers we've had on loan over the last 10 years, just small bursts of pace and trickery that usually amount to nothing.

I'd forgotten Matthews existed.

3Have they gone back to Norwich? Empty Re: Have they gone back to Norwich? on Tue Jan 08 2019, 12:30

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Wildschutt is like most of the wingers we've had on loan over the last 10 years, just small bursts of pace and trickery that usually amount to nothing.

I'd forgotten Matthews existed.
TBF Noone has been playing well recently, Ameobi will always get a game under Parky and he's fond of Buckley too so Wildschutt is probably surplus to requirements anyway. Theoretically it's wages saved but I heard Anderson wasn't honouring their contract so we have another debt, but if/once it's been paid off they won't be a further cost.

4Have they gone back to Norwich? Empty Re: Have they gone back to Norwich? on Tue Jan 08 2019, 12:46

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
So it seems KA had managed to get 3 players in on loan and not paid any wages to them for the time they have been here, what a piece of work he is  Rolling Eyes

5Have they gone back to Norwich? Empty Re: Have they gone back to Norwich? on Tue Jan 08 2019, 13:05

maconman


Mario Jardel
Mario Jardel
Full and interesting account in today's Times.

6Have they gone back to Norwich? Empty Re: Have they gone back to Norwich? on Tue Jan 08 2019, 20:04

Kane57

Kane57
Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
I hope they've gone back. Not because of this Ken business but because they're both rubbish

7Have they gone back to Norwich? Empty Re: Have they gone back to Norwich? on Wed Jan 09 2019, 11:47

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Bolton Wanderers say six-figure Norwich City debt is in hand

Wanderers insist they have an “agreement in place” in respect of a six-figure debt owed to Championship rivals Norwich City.



It has been reported that payments totalling £195,000 are owed to the Canaries in loan fees and wages for goalkeeper Remi Matthews and winger Yanic Wildschut.

Bolton maintain the debt will be paid but have declined to comment on whether that will be deducted straight from a central funding payment expected later this month from the EFL.

Matthews has returned to Carrow Road in order to try and find a new club after an 18-month permanent deal at Bolton did not go through last week.

Wanderers have played down rumours that Wildschut’s loan will be cut short to enable him to join promotion-chasing Sheffield United but the Dutchman is unlikely to be involved in this weekend’s game at Bristol City because of an ankle injury.

Everton loanee Joe Williams is also unavailable, having picked up a thigh problem, and likely to be so until early next month. His unavailability has also deterred Saturday’s opponents from pursuing his signature on a permanent basis, the Ashton Gate club adding Chelsea’s Kasey Palmer to their ranks on loan yesterday.

Ken Anderson has refused to give on signing Matthews, Christian Doidge and Gary O’Neil – claiming: “The EFL agreed with us on Friday as to how we could register the three players for last weekend’s game against Walsall.”

After contacting the EFL, The Bolton News understands no agreement was made, but that the club what told what appropriate action and agreements were required, in line with league regulations, to solve the situation.

The league may also have to intervene should Forest Green pursue their threat of legal action against Wanderers for Welsh striker Doidge, who returned to the League Two club this week.

“We will sue Bolton for the breach of contract over the transfer - the first £250,000 was due to be paid last week. We will pursue them for that,” said Dale Vince, the Rovers chairman.

Mr Vince also claimed on Monday that wages paid by his club during Doidge’s four months at Bolton, worth approximately £30,000, would be taken at source by the EFL.

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8Have they gone back to Norwich? Empty Re: Have they gone back to Norwich? on Wed Jan 09 2019, 12:12

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
So nothing to worry about then as "the club" say everything is in hand.

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