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9 minutes ago, Rudy said:

 

He looked great when he came on, didn’t put a foot wrong, looked hungry and with better players behind him he had a bit more freedom. 
He’ll be crucial.

 

31 minutes ago, gonzo said:

Sarcevic is the best technical player we have.

 

I agree.

I always thought technically and physically (yes he’s big/strong, not fat 😳) he was a key player.

Another myth buster is about his attitude and manner. When he came on he looked hungry (😊) and motivated. And when he scored, it wasn’t the “moody look at me, why am I not starting” celebration. It was a real genuine “I’m back, I’m happy, I’m the captain of this club” celebration, which was celebrated as much by his team mates as it was him - A great sign of togetherness.

He’s going to be a key player in this run in.

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In seasons to come, league two fans will be asking "where were Bolton this time last season"

I cannot see us finishing outside of the playoffs now . Then it is a lottery. September and October we reached our lowest point footballing wise in our history. Andersons tenure was horrendous as

38 minutes ago, Rudy said:

 

He looked great when he came on, didn’t put a foot wrong, looked hungry and with better players behind him he had a bit more freedom. 
He’ll be crucial.

Good point about the better players behind him. He’s clearly not at his best when he’s having to play in central midfield and be disciplined and cover for wing backs etc. but he’s had to do that for the team’s benefit earlier in the season.

With the confidence of a solid defence and midfield base behind him he can have more freedom to support Doyle and do what he does best by getting into the box - which was very clear when he came on last night. I don’t think we’ve seen him anywhere near his best yet which can only be a good thing if he’s still got that to come in the run in. I’d have him starting at the weekend and give either Dapo/Fonz or both a rest.

One player who hasn’t been given much of mention and I think has improved a lot over the last few games is Isgrove. He seems to be another that has grown in confidence and is benefitting from being in a better team. He’s got a top work ethic and never stops running and has started to add a decent end product as well.

Jones has also looked very solid - I’m not sure Brockbank walks back in at right back at the moment. In fact I’d say he doesn’t, I wouldn’t be changing such a solid back 4.

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11 minutes ago, Eddie said:

Good point about the better players behind him. He’s clearly not at his best when he’s having to play in central midfield and be disciplined and cover for wing backs etc. but he’s had to do that for the team’s benefit earlier in the season.

With the confidence of a solid defence and midfield base behind him he can have more freedom to support Doyle and do what he does best by getting into the box - which was very clear when he came on last night. I don’t think we’ve seen him anywhere near his best yet which can only be a good thing if he’s still got that to come in the run in. I’d have him starting at the weekend and give either Dapo/Fonz or both a rest.

One player who hasn’t been given much of mention and I think has improved a lot over the last few games is Isgrove. He seems to be another that has grown in confidence and is benefitting from being in a better team. He’s got a top work ethic and never stops running and has started to add a decent end product as well.

Jones has also looked very solid - I’m not sure Brockbank walks back in at right back at the moment. In fact I’d say he doesn’t, I wouldn’t be changing such a solid back 4.

 

if MJ , tutte, Thomason & Lee do the graft, it’ll leave Sarc to flourish, but saying that Thomason passing was superb last night. 

I’ve seen you and others say it mate that these players needed time, Jones and Isgrove are examples of that, Isgrove reminds me of Owen Hargreaves, looks comfortable in every position and works his bollocks off.

 

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10 hours ago, Burndens Bogs said:

Home games are free on ifollow to season ticket holders

 

10 hours ago, Ros Coe said:

What’s the weather been like on Mars 😁

He's currently locked in his shed as a strange 6 wheeled vehicle has just trundled past. 

Anyway, it's far cheaper to pay a tenner for every home game, rather than a season ticket, so maybe that's a spendthrift's route.

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There was something different about last nights performance, a bit of shit housery here and there, going down easy, a bit of diving, getting in the refs face when needed, was fucking ace to see.

Cox said our players never claimed for the penalty, watch it, they clearly did.

Players drew fouls and went down easily thus gaining crucial free kicks in breaking up play and slowing the game Down, all part of dictating the game, Evatt has clearly stated he doesn't like his teams playing like that, although it wasn't clear to see and not blatantly done, just nice and snidely done 👌

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1 hour ago, Rudy said:

 

He looked great when he came on, didn’t put a foot wrong, looked hungry and with better players behind him he had a bit more freedom. 
He’ll be crucial.

The big thing for me with Sarce is that he gives the team better balance. Given fortunes seem to have turned whilst he was out that might seem daft, but.....take the back fours as given, you then have 2 midfield players and 4 attackers, 2 wide, one out and out goal scorer and 1 other. Sarce is perfect as the other, he can help the midfield better than other options in this role as well as support the forwards. This is no disrespect to the others who have played the role Sarce just better suited to it  
 

 

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1 hour ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

 

He's currently locked in his shed as a strange 6 wheeled vehicle has just trundled past. 

Anyway, it's far cheaper to pay a tenner for every home game, rather than a season ticket, so maybe that's a spendthrift's route.

It's even cheaper if you just don't bother with either.

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i have a feeling that those who cant see what a class player Sarce is also cant or dont want to see what Evatt is trying to achieve and will be back slagging him off when we hit a bump

Personally i am now enjoying watching us for the first time in a long long time

 

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5 hours ago, Zico said:

In seasons to come, league two fans will be asking "where were Bolton this time last season"

Wouldnt that be great to be this season's 'Reading' or whatever.

If we go up it will surely be the first team to do so from being 4th bottom on 1st Feb (or whatever it was).

Admittedly dates not typical this season, but it would be a great stat. 

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