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1Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Wed Feb 20 2019, 14:13

MartinBWFC

MartinBWFC
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
I see another mauling on Saturday possibly Hull proportions, hopefully a sale goes through quickly and new owners fuck Parkinson off.

5-1

2Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Wed Feb 20 2019, 14:15

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
3-0 to Leeds with us lucky to get nil  Crying or Very sad

3Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Wed Feb 20 2019, 14:16

observer


Andy Walker
Andy Walker
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I see another mauling on Saturday possibly Hull proportions, hopefully a sale goes through quickly and new owners fuck Parkinson off.

5-1
I assume you predict Leeds will give up an own goal.

4Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Wed Feb 20 2019, 14:27

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
We've lost twice to them by the odd goal this season, in the Carabao playing two strikers plus Oztumer and in the league playing one striker and Oztumer. If Parky packs the midfield with whatever pace he can muster and they put in a proper shift we might scrape a draw.

5Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Thu Feb 21 2019, 11:03

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Ref Watch: Tony Harrington to take charge of Leeds United v Wanderers

Tony Harrington will oversee Wanderers' Sky Bet Championship away clash against Leeds United this Saturday afternoon at Elland Road.

In the midst of his tenth season as a top flight referee, Harrington has officiated 23 games so far this year, in which he has produced 87 yellow cards and two red cards.

When looking towards last season, Harrington produced 118 yellow cards in 35 games, branding six red cards in total.

The last time Harrington was in charge of a Wanderers match was in October 2017, where he oversaw Wanderers 3-3 away draw against Sunderland in the Sky Bet Championship.

In that fixture, he produced one caution, with Lewis Grabban picking it up for the Black Cats.

Mark Dwyer and Timothy Wood will run the line for the fixture, with Scott Duncan acting as the fourth official.

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6Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Thu Feb 21 2019, 13:47

rammywhite

rammywhite
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
3-1 and another embarrassing performance.

7Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Thu Feb 21 2019, 14:26

MartinBWFC

MartinBWFC
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:3-1 and another embarrassing performance.
They'll all be embarrassing with this clump in charge.

8Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Thu Feb 21 2019, 16:36

MartinBWFC

MartinBWFC
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
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Blaming tiredness as an excuse for the defeat to Norwich, so the poor lambs got given a few days off, no wonder we are were we are soft tw@ts managing us

9Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Thu Feb 21 2019, 22:16

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

10Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 11:33

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Preview: Leeds United vs. Bolton Wanderers

Bolton Wanderers take on Leeds in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday 23rd February. With that said, bwfc.co.uk have produced five things to take into this weekend's clash.

Squad Update

During Thursday's pre-match press conference ahead of Leeds United, assistant manager Steve Parkin gave an update on the squad as a whole.

Parkin said: "There are no new injury concerns to note from this week.

"Luca Connell has got a bit of an illness which is disappointing.

"Our long term injuries are still struggling a little bit but Jack Hobbs has trained today, as has Gary O'Neil which is good news for us.

"We are a little bit stronger than we were heading into the Norwich game."

A Game to Remember

In March 2014, Bolton travelled to Elland Road and blew the hosts away. A resounding 5-1 win ended up proving the difference between the two sides in the final league table, with Wanderers two points ahead of Leeds in 14th and 15th respectively.

All of the goals came after 45 minutes, with Joe Mason opening the scoring just before the break. Lukas Jutkiewicz, Zat Knight, Mark Davies and Andre Moritz added to the total, with Matt Smith scoring a consolation in the final minute.



Opponent's Current Form

Leeds come into this weekend’s fixture with mixed form, but they have kept touch with the top of the table. They have lost two of their last five games, drawing one.

Leeds are sitting in third at the moment, just two points of the summit with a game in hand, meaning they can rise back up to the top of the table.

United have had a tough run of recent fixtures, with Norwich, Middlesbrough and Swansea coming up against Saturdays hosts. They fell to defeat against Norwich at Elland Road, 3-1, recovered with a draw at the Riverside and most recently beat Swansea 2-1 at home.

A New Face at Elland Road

Leeds may not have been as active as they wanted to be in January, with a few reported deals ending incomplete, but they did recruit a serial Champions League winner.

Kiko Casilla was brought in to be the club’s new number one, having spent four years at Spanish giants Real Madrid. During his time in the capital he won La Liga, the Spanish Super Cup, the Champions League three times, the European Super Cup twice and the Club World Cup three times.

He is yet to keep a clean sheet for his new side but has two wins to his name in just four games.

Ticket Information

Only fans with a previous booking history with the club will be able to purchase tickets for this weekend's game against Leeds. There will be NO pay on the day available at Elland Road.

Kicking off at 3pm, tickets will be available from Bolton Central or via the phone lines until 2pm on Friday 22 February, subject to availability.

The prices for the game are as follows:

Adults: £39

Over-60s: £26

Under-23s: £26

Disabled: £26

Under-16s: £18

Under-11s: £9

Official coach travel is available, costing £18 per person. All coaches depart from University Of Bolton Stadium at 11:30am.

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11Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 11:34

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
£39 for a Championship game is a joke!

12Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 13:54

Cajunboy

Cajunboy
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
I've decided to stay at home today.

13Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 14:06

karlypants

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

14Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 14:06

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
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15Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 17:42

Cajunboy

Cajunboy
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
Things are so bad now,  that what we don't even talk about it anymore.

16Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 17:46

observer


Andy Walker
Andy Walker
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Things are so bad now,  that what we don't even talk about it anymore.
Talk about what?  League One?

17Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 18:15

Cajunboy

Cajunboy
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
Sadly yes.

Trips to Blackpool and Fleetwood.

18Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 18:22

Boggersbelief

Boggersbelief
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Went. We gave a decent account of ourselves today. Shame we were up against one of the best sides in the division, if we played like that consistently we’d be mid table.

Oh and Josh Magennis is fucking shite, 200k wasted

19Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 18:27

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
You said you weren't going to another game until Parky was fired.

20Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 18:28

Boggersbelief

Boggersbelief
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:You said you weren't going to another game until Parky was fired.


Away games are different

21Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 18:58

terenceanne

terenceanne
El Hadji Diouf
El Hadji Diouf
Was able to watch most of it on a shaky internet site. Strangely enough we were not too bad today. Beaten by a penalty and a fluke otherwise we gave a good account of ourselves.
It is amazing though how many times we give the ball away on short little passes. That's just a lack of quality of course. Amazingly PP made the right subs at the right time and we had a chance to nick something.  That's all for the match report.

22Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 19:48

Growler


Tony Kelly
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Oh and Josh Magennis is fucking shite, 200k wasted

Josh Magennis is a 3rd Division player, and to be fair to be Magennis if you pay a 200k fee and 4k a week in wages then you would expect to be signing a 3rd Division player.

23Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 19:56

Boggersbelief

Boggersbelief
Nat Lofthouse
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Oh and Josh Magennis is fucking shite, 200k wasted

Josh Magennis is a 3rd Division player, and to be fair to be Magennis if you pay a 200k fee and 4k a week in wages then you would expect to be signing a 3rd Division player.

Are you saying we were planning for league one back when we signed him

24Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 20:19

finlaymcdanger

finlaymcdanger
El Hadji Diouf
El Hadji Diouf
Does anyone know when Parkinson's contract ends?

25Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 21:52

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Report: Leeds United 2-1 Bolton Wanderers

A battling display from Bolton Wanderers was not enough to earn them a deserved point as they suffered a narrow defeat at high-fliers Leeds United.

Although Mark Beevers’s fourth goal of the campaign cancelled out Patrick Bamford’s opener, a rather fortunate second-half goal from Ezgjan Alioski gifted the hosts all three points.

But Wanderers can take a lot of heart and encouragement from their performance as they battled right until the end to try and salvage a draw.

Team News

Phil Parkinson made two changes to his staring XI with Joe Williams and Gary O’Neil coming in for Luke Murphy and Josh Vela who were both named among the substitutes.

First Half

The game sparked into life in the third minute when Leeds ‘keeper Kiko Casilla made a stunning save at the expense of a corner to deny a powerful Josh Magennis header from close range after the big Northern Irishman latched onto Callum Connolly’s left sided pinpoint cross.

Just moments later Remi Matthews made an equally important save after Ezgjan Alioki’s deep free kick looked to be looping goalwards.

Wanderers were looking good on the counter attack and with Magennis and Donaldson both up top the midfield had plenty of options as they looked to press forward.

A contentious penalty was awarded to the home side after 15 minutes when Tyler Roberts was adjudged to have been upended by Gary O’Neil as he burst in the box. Wanderers hotly disputed the decision but Patrick Bamford sent Matthews the wrong way to put the hosts in front from the spot.

A deserved equaliser came Wanderers’ way just seven minutes later when Mark Beevers stabbed home from close range after the hosts failed to deal with a loose ball following David Wheater’s header being cleared off the line from O’Neil’s corner.

It was no less than Wanderers deserved and the strike, Beevers’s fourth of the campaign, shoicked the vociferous home support in silence.

The visitors were certainly having the better of their opponents when it came to set pieces, and Donaldson should have done better when O’Neil floated a free-kick into the box.

Another set-piece and another chance came for Wanderers. This time Magennis got to Noone’s delivery with his back to goal and the striker’s volley on the turn went narrowly wide.

Meanwhile, at the other end Matthews was at his most alert to keep out Bamford at the second attempt.

The Wanderers keeper was in action again and made a stunning save to thwart Harrison’s close range header after a cross came in from the right.

The lively Bamford was denied at the near post by Matthews who palmed the striker’s effort away for a corner.

Second Half

Both teams started the second-half brightly to continue what had been an entertaining game so far.

Some clever play on the right involving Williams, Olkowski and O’Neil earned Wanderers a corner.

The hosts should have taken the lead shortly afterwards when Ayling cut in from the right hand side but could only curl his left footed effort beyond Matthews’ right hand stick.

Almost immediately and it was Wanderers who should have put their noses in front with a double chance. First up, Williams saw his shot batted back into the danger area by Casilla before Magennis headed the rebound back into the keeper’s hands.

Bamford spurned a glorious chance from close range to put his side in front when he failed to get a touch on a ball that came in from the right.

Leeds were stepping up the pressure but the Wanderers defence were holding firm.

From nowhere, though, the hosts took the lead on 68 minutes when a speculative effort from Alioski from distance clipped the underside of the cross bar before going over the line.

The goal had sparked Leeds back into life and Bamford was once again denied at the near post as the home side looked to increase their advantage.

Wanderers hadn’t given up hope of getting a point and substitute Sammy Ameobi was inches away from netting with a powerful left-footed drive after a smart one-two with fellow sub Will Buckley.

Full Time

Bolton Wanderers: Matthews, Olkowski, Noone (Buckley 81), Lowe, Beevers, Wheater, J, Williams (Murphy 85), Connolly, Donaldson (Ameobi 74), Magennis, O’Neil.

Subs Not Used: B. Williams, Little, Vela, Hobbs.

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26Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 22:07

Growler


Tony Kelly
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Oh and Josh Magennis is fucking shite, 200k wasted

Josh Magennis is a 3rd Division player, and to be fair to be Magennis if you pay a 200k fee and 4k a week in wages then you would expect to be signing a 3rd Division player.

Are you saying we were planning for league one back when we signed him
Ken wants to be in the 2nd tier while paying out 3rd Division wages on players and drawing a Premier League exec income for himself

27Leeds 2-1 Bolton Empty Re: Leeds 2-1 Bolton on Sat Feb 23 2019, 22:09

Growler


Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Does anyone know when Parkinson's contract ends?
He is on a 1 year rolling contract meaning whoever sacks him will have to pay one years wages to get shut.

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