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OFFICIAL: Billy Crellin Signs (Loan)

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Keegan

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BILLY CRELLIN, a highly-rated England youth international goalkeeper, has joined Bolton Wanderers on a season-long loan from fellow Lancastrians, Fleetwood Town.

The 20-year old shot stopper has represented his country in each age group from the under 17 level through to under 20s.

Standing at 6ft 4ins tall, the Fleetwood-born keeper made his debut for The Fishermen in 2018 and spent the last two seasons on loan with FC United of Manchester and Chorley respectively.


Crellin, speaking to bwfc.co.uk, said: “The move came around pretty fast for me and as soon as I found out Bolton Wanderers were interested I couldn’t turn down a club of this magnitude.

“I want to come here, play and impress, and to help this club get back to where it belongs.

”At my age, playing at Bolton Wanderers in a stadium like this and with a great fan base behind us, it will be a brilliant opportunity for me to kick on.

“The way Ian plays football is right up my street and I cannot wait to play.”

Bolton Wanderers Head Coach Ian Evatt added: ”Billy has a fantastic pedigree, being an England U20 goalkeeper, and we are delighted that he has joined us on loan from Fleetwood.

“He is the modern day goalkeeper who is very agile, great with the ball at his feet and commands his area well.

“Billy comes to the club highly recommended.”

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Norpig

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Nat Lofthouse
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Well we needed a keeper and i presume he will be first choice now?

Nat as a Chorley expert you can tell us if he's any good?

wanderlust

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Yay! At last!

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Natasha Whittam

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Nat as a Chorley expert you can tell us if he's any good?

I've never heard of him.

wanderlust

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Nat as a Chorley expert you can tell us if he's any good?
I'll hazard a guess that with Chorley's record of P38 W4 D14 L20 GF31 GA65 and relegated a clear 13 points behind the next team, he knows where he has to pick the ball out from. 
Let's call it a learning experience and move on eh?

Keegan

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The lad just needs a team to play for, Lusty. I'd wager Jussi wouldn't have had a much easier time of it at Chorley. He was signed last week according to his interview - he mentions not having met the Gaffer but he played in the 3-0 friendly win over ACFC.

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Nat as a Chorley expert you can tell us if he's any good?
I'll hazard a guess that with Chorley's record of P38 W4 D14 L20 GF31 GA65 and relegated a clear 13 points behind the next team, he knows where he has to pick the ball out from. 
Let's call it a learning experience and move on eh?

He was the reserve keeper and only played 9 league games for them.

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I'm guessing he'll be the reserve keeper here to and we'll get a more senior one in the coming weeks with Alexander being third choice with him being so young.

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wessy

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El Hadji Diouf
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Good pedigree with interest from Everton so talented, but it's a very young age for a number one Keeper at any level. We may need one more with a bit of experience, unless Evatt considers the GK coach to be cover.

wessy

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El Hadji Diouf
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Remember seeing Jussi in the early days against Tranmere dropped a couple of howlers that day, so we may have to give the lad some TLC at times.

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