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all games are shit at the moment

As it stands at the moment, without Ken there isn't a Bolton Wanderers. And that doesn't change whether you like him or not. And if he just gives up, then there won't be one in the future, or certainl

I've got a way of testing them

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1 hour ago, HomerJay said:

the players are shit

the manager is shit

the owner is shit

the fans are shit

embarrassing all round, if you ask me.

I'll agree with the first three but the fans are shit? You speak for yourself pal!  I'm amazed half of us still turn up to watch abject surrender week after week. The vlog lad and his dad did a 500 mile round trip to attend last night. That's impressive bordering on lunacy

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Must admit, it's sad when one group refers to another as being shit fans.

We may have different opinions but such is life- we all want the club to do well.

One thing I'll say for Ken, is that he's savvy enough to realise that money is the same whoever puts it through the turnstiles.

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54 minutes ago, Duck Egg said:

The vlog lad and his dad did a 500 mile round trip to attend last night. That's impressive bordering on lunacy

All for click, views and likes which will earn him wonga. 

Fair enough like. 

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1 minute ago, Leyther_Matt said:

I wouldn’t necessarily say “shit” fans. We have an incredibly dedicated fan base in most cases. However, we do have a significant number of fans who have shit for brains, if that counts?

We're no different than anyone else in that respect.

I'd no interest in last night's protests and couldn't see what they were hoping to achieve but I'm glad there's still people around who give a feck about BWFC, however misguided they might be.

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1 hour ago, Duck Egg said:

I'll agree with the first three but the fans are shit? You speak for yourself pal!  I'm amazed half of us still turn up to watch abject surrender week after week. The vlog lad and his dad did a 500 mile round trip to attend last night. That's impressive bordering on lunacy

i am generalising obviously.

but last night we could have had a full house, as many could come for free, but what was the actual attendance?

and many of those who did show, actually spent more time moaning rather than supporting the team.

 

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Just now, HomerJay said:

i am generalising obviously.

but last night we could have had a full house, as many could come for free, but what was the actual attendance?

and many of those who did show, actually spent more time moaning rather than supporting the team.

 

Aye I know pal. It's just at times this place can seem like a forum for the cantankerous!

In the last week I've seen posts criticising fans for not singing, then posts criticising fans for singing the wrong songs. Post's criticising apathy and then more posts bring critical of fans getting worked up!

As long as they're not sat right behind me (or worse - stood up in front of me!) let em get on with it I sat.  As somebody else earlier said - several years ago I'd have been in amongst it all too. No idea why but just enjoying it nevertheless 

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10 minutes ago, HomerJay said:

i am generalising obviously.

but last night we could have had a full house, as many could come for free, but what was the actual attendance?

and many of those who did show, actually spent more time moaning rather than supporting the team.

 

There’s rumours it was under 10k

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12 minutes ago, Duck Egg said:

We're no different than anyone else in that respect.

I'd no interest in last night's protests and couldn't see what they were hoping to achieve but I'm glad there's still people around who give a feck about BWFC, however misguided they might be.

Aye must admit I didn’t agree with the protest as didn’t see a purpose, although get why people are pissed off. It was good to see that folk still actually care.

 

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8 hours ago, ianofrochdale said:

Whatever it was officially it looked like about 10/11k of ours and about 600/700 of theirs. Very sparse at kick off

I’ll play - i’m not usually far away at guessing our attendances. I’d estimate 12k on the night with 950 from Baggieland.

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21 hours ago, Nottm_Wanderer said:

I've read posts on this thread were people think we played OK.

OK .... we were awful !

No creativity,  movement or style . The standard of our football wasn't even league 1. The Baggies were just strolling through the game , easiest 3 points for them all season.

It is just depressing watching us, actually it is embarrassing  . 

Worst Bolton team in over 50 years of watching us. I've seen some poor Bolton teams over the years , but I can never remember us being this poor .

Burton away was a low point last season, I think we are worse than that now.

 

This team will get more points than Lennons team that took us down. 

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15 minutes ago, bwfc2003 said:

Poor that for a top 3 team with £16 tickets

not one for knocking followings, but given the outrage over £32 and the "boycott bolton" campaign that led to a price reduction, I'd have expected more

but as suspected, it was just an excuse for not going to a monday night game on SKY in January (and I don't blame them either)

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14 hours ago, Duck Egg said:

I'll agree with the first three but the fans are shit? You speak for yourself pal!  I'm amazed half of us still turn up to watch abject surrender week after week. The vlog lad and his dad did a 500 mile round trip to attend last night. That's impressive bordering on lunacy

That isn’t impressive.

why would anyone think that in any way a good idea?

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On 22/01/2019 at 12:06, 1969 said:

Think it was stewards trying to get the Anderson out banner that sparked it

Oh, the stewards that were reacting to the child stood on the wall thinking his arms and the arms of further child reaching down from ESU were somehow 5 feet long each and could easily and safely pass the banner from ESL to ESU? It was the kid putting himself in danger and causing the stewards to react to that that caused it. OK, the reaction was over-zealous but I think they were doing their job.

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