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  1. RIP One for us old 'uns. Played 32 times for us early '70's.
  2. Don't know him personally, but seems like everyone i know does. Seen loads about him recently. Certainly BWFC to the core How's he getting on?
  3. Some of you older heads may know Dave Jackson who succumbed to that bastard desease, Followed Wanderers home and away since the sixties. RIP Dave DAVE JACKSON 26th October 2016. Life-long BWFC fan since early 60's. Home and away, Pre-Season, Cup, abroad - you name it and Dave was there. Season ticket holder for 50 years. NatWest Bank employee in local branches from 1970 until 3 years ago. Domino player in local leagues for many years. Died after short battle with very aggressive brain tumour. Service will take place at Overdale, West Chapel on Wednesday 9th November at 11am. Wanderers fans feel free to wear Bolton tops. Published in The Bolton News on 3 days ago
  4. Sorry to announce that we have lost one of our posters today, following a long fight against illness. He remained a Wanderer through to the end. Most of you will have known him by sight, he was quite an imposing figure on the Burnden Terrace in the day, but not sure many really knew much about him and his life outside watching the Whites. I was proud to have known him, and will miss his cutting and incisive wit. Words below from his niece on Facebook. It is with much sadness , that I must announce , the passing of the most loving caring uncle anyone could have . He wasn't just my uncle B , he was everyone's uncle B ,I'm sure you have all seen our selfies over the years After 22 months of bravery , strength , and fulfilling life to the full , Bernard Slater passed away peacefully in the early hours ,in Bolton, a life long Wanderers supporter ⚽️ I am truly broken , Empty just isn't the word ,RIP uncle B . Funeral announcement in due course ????
  5. He was good in the 60s and at backgammon
  6. COYW

    Bert Trautmann

    Made his league debut at Burnden in 1949 and was given the traditional welcome reserved for Germans in those days according to his biography. Great documentary about him:
  7. http://www.theboltonnews.co.uk/sport/10042687.Former_Wanderer_McShane_dies__aged_92/?ref=la
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