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  1. Gather found ladies, Rudy has a story to provide a bit of nostalgia Started off being a wanderers fan as my granddad took me, all kids at school supported United even wore the kits, this was around the Cantona era, they were winning everything but never went I couldn’t understand supporting a team you would never go to watch especially when one was down the road Si many highs and lows Liverpool away, league cup final losses, reading play off final, relegation, promotion, Europe, 5-0 Its been an absolute rollercoaster. The last decade has been awful, seen the soul
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  2. My first ever live football game was at anfield watching Bolton beat Liverpool in the cup in 92, I was 10 and was in the centenary stand with my dad who was the Bolton fan and his mate from work who was Liverpool and got the tickets. I wasn't really a Bolton fan having not grown up in Bolton, and my dad hadn't done a great job, but from that day it set the seed. From the next season we got season tickets travelling from Cheshire to Bolton each game, not far but still a trip. I kept my season ticket through uni, but had to miss out on a few mainly Holldsworth Wembley and Preston in Cardiff, b
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  3. Bolton Wanderers Football Club has always been the best and worst thing in my thing to be interested in. Its like (and always has been) the girl at work who you fancy and she flirts with you all the time. She sez come to the Christmas do & I'll deffo nosh you in the taxi home, then she fucks of with Gavin from finance.
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  4. Totally disagree. If that was the case we'd be mid table. Exeter did really well second half after throwing the kitchen sink at us. Disappointing result but it's still in our hands.
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  5. We looked all over it from about the 5th to the 35th minute, genuinely like we’d pick them off at will and the goal was a belter. Other than that though I just thought Exeter looked like a really good team and probably shaded the game. The defence never looked comfortable, I think it was them having 2 up top, we’ve not really had to deal with that before and Santos/Baptiste looked more hesitant than I’ve seen them for a long time. I just knew we wouldn’t win today, when have bolton ever done anything easy? I’m sure we’ll win next week and go up, but doing it with a game to spare, no
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  6. 10-9, 5-4, 1-0......I don't give a toss. Just score one more than Exeter and we are truly back.
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  7. Shrimp - what all four of you ?, you don't have any fans. You would have been outnumbered 10 / 20 to 1
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  8. Supporting this lot is more like getting her pants off and finding out she's a tranny
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  9. Stop coming on here looking for ways it might work in our favour, that’s not what we should do after a defeat. 😉 We are at the end of the season where anything can happen. With Cambridge bringing it back to 4-4 you only thought there was one winner last night. There’s as many ways it could work for us as it could against us next week. Do YOU not agree that if we play to our best we can beat Crawley next week? This is Bolton Wanderers, none us really expected it to be plain sailing did we? We both thought we’d get third 3/4 weeks ago and get promoted, it’s still very mu
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  10. He's come up with the answers since February he'll get it right Saturday.
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  11. It's gone win next week we are up let's move on
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  12. Most just walked away. Disappointed as any other fan. Don’t know about the yoof. I think the dispersal order in Horwich sent all the cretins down to the ground. I was young once and I’ve seen all sorts of fashion from the Teddy Boys, Mods, Rockers, Soul Boys, Glam Rock...etc. etc. Sports Direct is the new fashion scene. (It has to be black) Soulless, clueless and senseless. Flares look good but not when you throw them indiscriminately into a crowd. Dicks.
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  13. This might be a blessing We now know we need to win to be certain rather than not knowing if to stick or twist
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  14. No because we have been shit for a number of years, do you think this lot are worse than those that lost at Accrington Stanley ? This lot have plenty of limitations but to say they have less fight than some of the recent teams is not true. Clearly my opinion Calling me or any one squire makes you sound like a total prick.
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  15. Oh well, strange second half with Exeter clearly going full pelt for a winner after their equaliser but all ours didn't seem to have that same urgency. Did some of ours think a draw was enough or did they run out of steam ? But....it's still in our hands & i'd rather be us than Morecambe, but it's going to be a long week.
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  16. You can not have watched us much in last 7-8 years if you think this lot have no fight.
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  17. They've fought their way from 20th to top 3 in 9 fucking weeks mate.
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  18. If Morecambe draw and we lose we’re out of it, at 1-1 we’d of been promoted, that last goal is a disaster.
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  19. Glad I listened to the club and didn’t balloon outside the ground.
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  20. We may already have enough points to go up. Its still in our hands. We were 19th not so long ago. I refuse to give up on them. Would have been nice to do it here, but I don’t care if it’s in Crawley. They know what’s needed.
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  21. Second half was one of the most lethargic midfield performances this season.
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  22. You’re a fucking prick But at least you’re happy
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  23. Typical, hard work.done at Morecambe then we balls it up on our own turf 🤦‍♂️
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  24. We’re second best to everything here, they want it more than we do.
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  25. Sarce lay off for the goal was class, feel safer with him on the pitch, leader, creator, scorer and captain.
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  26. You know it’s exciting when the gaffer is here!
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  27. Dunno I'm finding out now 😂😂
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  28. I’m off down the Migglebrook
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  29. Trying the old internet explorer , chrome and edge , no joy yet, bad gateway they are working hard on apparently.
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  30. Pretty sure that’s the team agreed on here. Hope we get the credit afterwards.
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  31. Only reason I went out, takes way more than one day to get over hangovers nowadays!
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  32. Amsterdam airport? nutters is very good but comes with a price
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  33. To be fair everyone on here loves to mock scousers despite Bolton being rough as fuck. everyone who went had to have a negative test for entry. the event was very well ran and a good pilot scheme. Multiple events like this are happening this weekend and hopefully it will allow positive moves forward.
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  34. Charles goes on and on and on - until he starts frothing at the mouth and falling over. To the delight of the prematurely aged (and actually aged) reactionaries that comprise his readership.
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  35. This was the hardest, most difficult part. Most of my friends are liverpool, city and united, they rarely go to games and just didn't get the anger and upset this caused. The constant questions of, who will you follow if you do go out of business and the surprise when I would just say BWFC of course. But this whole season has felt different, a corner well and truly turned and a club I fucking love to bits again. Anyway no nervous, sleepless nights here. 7 pints and a bottle of pinot noir saw to that. Just got to nurse my head to 3 o'clock.
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  36. Great Brittan.
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  37. Dad is reportedly a billionaire Not sure about Adam If they're good enough for Sharon, they will do for me
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  38. Probably more accurate
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  39. First nervous poo completed 💩
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  41. We should be filling this place today. Come on boys! 👏 COYFWM
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  42. There's rules here for that sort of statement.
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  43. Ahhhh Pret, Gregg’s for folk that think rocket somehow pops them up a ring on the class ladder. Utter shite there is no good packet sandwich. None. Never.
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  44. Excellent that 👏. See you’ve had a lot Twitter coverage to with it mate 👍
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  45. First match for me was in 66. Last match of the season. 1-1 draw against Norwich. Stood on the Embankment as a wide eyed 11 year old with a couple of mates from L/H. It was a boring end of season match but it was the humour of the fans that grabbed me and hasn’t released its grip since. A bloke at the side of us, obviously bored, shouted as we took a corner. “Come on Fred, (Hill) give us a laugh, kick the corner flag” Appreciating our laughter, he said “you have to laugh cocker” No one ever said that in L/H. I was hooked there and then. Tomorrow could be another notch
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  46. No way you have ever been in a Happy shop or any happy place
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  47. Well done Micky,
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