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15 minutes ago, burnden said:

James Trafford called up for Under 20s

My lad is obsessed with how many Internationals we've got in our squad. Every time I tell him a Bolton player has been called up for their country, he's over the fucking moon and jumps straight online to tell his mates - none of whom support Bolton, and they clearly don't know who/what he's going on about. I don't know where it's come from as I've never been that bothered myself. It's fucking lovely to see though.

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On 18/03/2022 at 11:43, Cheese said:

My lad is obsessed with how many Internationals we've got in our squad. Every time I tell him a Bolton player has been called up for their country, he's over the fucking moon and jumps straight online to tell his mates - none of whom support Bolton, and they clearly don't know who/what he's going on about. I don't know where it's come from as I've never been that bothered myself. It's fucking lovely to see though.

Oddly, & in different times when 95% of players in all English clubs came from these islands and we'd spent years sliding down the leagues I remember getting oddly chuffed at Gerry McElhinney being called up for Northern Ireland around 1982.

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3 hours ago, Dr. Feelgood said:

Oddly, & in different times when 95% of players in all English clubs came from these islands and we'd spent years sliding down the leagues I remember getting oddly chuffed at Gerry McElhinney being called up for Northern Ireland around 1982.

Probably been done before, and straight from wiki so don't cheat.

Name the 15 players who have played in a World Cup Finals game whilst playing for Bolton

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3 hours ago, Dr. Feelgood said:

Oddly, & in different times when 95% of players in all English clubs came from these islands and we'd spent years sliding down the leagues I remember getting oddly chuffed at Gerry McElhinney being called up for Northern Ireland around 1982.

He's Ireland's number 1, he's Ireland's number 1, he's Ireland's number 1....was one of the songs we heard at most games around 81 to 83 when Jim McDonagh made a save (which was very often, I'm sure keepers used to make more good saves in them days). 

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