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Well what a day, my birthday as well. Losing would of ruined it but the other results have also gone our way, I’m having day off tomorrow now. One Happy Chappy. 

Fuck being fair to the plastic red wankers!       Gary Neville, Phil I'm the shittiest Neville, including my sister, Neville, Paul ginger dwarf Scholes, Ryan I shagged my brothers wife for 8 yrs

They’re shit this lot. Totally in control and need kill this off now    keep ratchet/ani quiet for the night 

Kieran Lee has had a bit of a mare in front of goal recently, including tackling Doyle last night, but that last second run across the box creates that gap for Isgrove to curl it in. I suspect a Doyle a tap in was the intention, but they all count.

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3 minutes ago, Traf said:

Kieran Lee has had a bit of a mare in front of goal recently, including tackling Doyle last night, but that last second run across the box creates that gap for Isgrove to curl it in. I suspect a Doyle a tap in was the intention, but they all count.

He has but it is his movement and reading of the game that means he keeps getting in those positions in the first place which is a good thing, just needs to keep practicing in training.

We are clearly starting to create more clear cut chances in and around the box, which was a criticism from some a while back, now it is just finishing them off which is stopping us running away with games. I think it will come before the season is done.

The next piece is then set pieces which are woeful, but probably too big a change for this season,so as someone else said carry on for now. But I would like to see a marked improvement next season, this may need to come from recruitment though.

Must say Isgrove over the last few weeks has really grown on me, he isn't the best but he is a battler and gives his all and never seems to give up, adding a couple of crucial goals as well recently. 

 

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I'm the same with Isgrove, I've not been much of a fan of his but from around Bradford onwards he's played much better and had his best game in a Bolton shirt last night. 

Great timing too at the business end

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Have to say I’m beginning to fall in love with this group of players 

before Xmas I would’ve happily shot every one of them. Not only for their performances but it just felt like they didn’t care. The last 10 years we’ve had countless players tip up here take their money and fuck off at the first opportunity of things not going the way they expected. I thought we were in for the same again. 
 

yes wins breed confidence and togetherness but the Willingness to work their bollocks off, Chuck themselves in front of everything and the support from the back room staff and players not in the squad has made me feel proud of the team again for the first time in years! 
 

they’re not the most talented players we’ve ever had but they’re putting pride back in to the badge. That’s all’s I can ask for 

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The picture posted by Burnden sums it all up for me...

Ey4-Ti-RFXIAABmyz.jpg

All going in the same direction.

That's why the naysayers get jumped on, the vast majority of us are 100% onboard now.

It's been a long time to turn it around with a few false dawns but we're seeing the real deal this time.

COYW...

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16 minutes ago, Youri McAnespie said:

The picture posted by Burnden sums it all up for me...

Ey4-Ti-RFXIAABmyz.jpg

All going in the same direction.

That's why the naysayers get jumped on, the vast majority of us are 100% onboard now.

It's been a long time to turn it around with a few false dawns but we're seeing the real deal this time.

COYW...

Absolutely. 

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19 minutes ago, Youri McAnespie said:

The picture posted by Burnden sums it all up for me...

Ey4-Ti-RFXIAABmyz.jpg

All going in the same direction.

That's why the naysayers get jumped on, the vast majority of us are 100% onboard now.

It's been a long time to turn it around with a few false dawns but we're seeing the real deal this time.

COYW...

And if you feel Youri Mc may be having a go at you, he undoubtedly is.

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It is strange how the doom and gloom brigade have gone quiet.

In the last week the club has dealt with the Maddison situation with great sensitivity and class. Today there is loads of stuff on social media about what the club is doing in the community and oh by the way we won a couple of games with a fully committed squad of players throwing themselves about.

A lot of this you could argue is what a football club should be doing but after years of going from one cock up to the next it feels brilliant to see this and  for so many of us to know we have stuck by the club and are now getting some reward. For the first time in a long time it is very easy to be a proud fan of Bolton Wanderers and of what we are doing on and off the pitch.

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24 minutes ago, Youri McAnespie said:

The picture posted by Burnden sums it all up for me...

Ey4-Ti-RFXIAABmyz.jpgAll going in the same direction.

That's why the naysayers get jumped on, the vast majority of us are 100% onboard now.

It's been a long time to turn it around with a few false dawns but we're seeing the real deal this time.

COYW...

Bolton sold 20,000 season tickets for the 2003/04 season. Half that number won't be buying 3rd tier season tickets so let's not get carried away that the vast majority of fans are back onboard

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4 minutes ago, Roger_Dubuis said:

Bolton sold 20,000 season tickets for the 2003/04 season. Half that number won't be buying 3rd tier season tickets so let's not get carried away that the vast majority of fans are back onboard

Sold 8,000 for 4th tier with little chance of getting in the ground, so I’d think we’d comfortably shift 10,000 for League One and the return of fans. Which is pretty extraordinary if you ask me. 

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4 minutes ago, Roger_Dubuis said:

Bolton sold 20,000 season tickets for the 2003/04 season. Half that number won't be buying 3rd tier season tickets so let's not get carried away that the vast majority of fans are back onboard

Them that matter are......

Mostly....

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1 hour ago, barrycowdrill said:

Have to say I’m beginning to fall in love with this group of players 

before Xmas I would’ve happily shot every one of them. Not only for their performances but it just felt like they didn’t care. The last 10 years we’ve had countless players tip up here take their money and fuck off at the first opportunity of things not going the way they expected. I thought we were in for the same again. 
 

yes wins breed confidence and togetherness but the Willingness to work their bollocks off, Chuck themselves in front of everything and the support from the back room staff and players not in the squad has made me feel proud of the team again for the first time in years! 
 

they’re not the most talented players we’ve ever had but they’re putting pride back in to the badge. That’s all’s I can ask for 

Agree with every word. Granted we’ve brought in a lot of new players since then, but even the ones who have been with us all the way through are unrecognisable from the first half of the season. Player of the season awards is going to be a tough gig for the umpteenth consecutive season, and for once that’s a positive thing!

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5 minutes ago, Roger_Dubuis said:

Bolton sold 20,000 season tickets for the 2003/04 season. Half that number won't be buying 3rd tier season tickets so let's not get carried away that the vast majority of fans are back onboard

Are nt we in the top 5 for I follow across the football league ? 

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25 minutes ago, Leyther_Matt said:

Agree with every word. Granted we’ve brought in a lot of new players since then, but even the ones who have been with us all the way through are unrecognisable from the first half of the season. Player of the season awards is going to be a tough gig for the umpteenth consecutive season, and for once that’s a positive thing!

Makes a change from the recent season’s Least Shit Player of the Year.

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