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Bolton Wanderers: ARTICLE!!!

Bolton Wanderers: ARTICLE!!!
So I`m back from New York. I`m suffering from a spectacular little thing called jetlag, making me feel hungover. Maybe I`m just hungover. From food that is! Yikes, those Yanks know how to make someone fat.

One thing I didn`t enjoy in excess whilst away was Bolton Wanderers. Away from Sky Sports News, and the ability to reload my Twitter feed every second without it costing me millions, I took a step back from the rollercoaster ride that is supporting our little club. I saw that we lost to Everton in the last minute, but apart from the nine second coverage that Adrian and his merry men gave us, I don`t have much to form an opinion on once I returned.

So, it appears that you lot like to grumble almost as much as the majority in the Reebok does! Which I appreciate, as it means you all enjoy Vital as much as I enjoy writing it and reading your views. Massive thanks to Chris for his help whilst I was away, I think he did a sterling job, and he may pop in on occasion if I have an impromptu weekend away etc. etc. Apologies for the polls/stats and their absence, I honestly forgot to arrange for them to be done. However, I promise that going forward, you will get all the info you need RIGHT HERE.

With that in mind, I`ll need a little help. For anyone interested in writing for Vital, please email me (link on the homepage) with your name, credentials, examples of your work (and maybe a Twitter handle so I can do some snooping?). What I would like to do is give some of the regular readers/commenters a opportunity to do a guest article; what do you think? Please comment in the regular place. This is a community, and I want you guys to have some input on what you see, as it`s there for you in the first place.

I`ll make this a quick one, as we haven`t signed/lost anyone and nobody has really done anything. That kid hasn`t turned up from Scotland, Alonso is in limbo, and Wheater still isn`t fit. There, I wrote the news. Happy?

Date:Tuesday January 29 2013
Time: 8:09PM


If you're all confused about the burger: I really want a burger.
29/01/2013 20:11:00
Nice to have you back Al. Glad you had a good time, Were only moaning on here because the team are doing a bit better and after all we have to moan about something.
29/01/2013 20:56:00
I'm scared of the stick I'd get if we were in the promotion places...
29/01/2013 21:05:00
Great idea regarding guest writers. e-mail sent.
29/01/2013 21:16:00
Use to love the big apple until I got greedy and went twice a week for 6 months many years ago! Welcome back Ed. We want ratings now too! But as I think we all are on the same page please ban any real moaners or personal attacks - we have come here to get away from all that. A new poll, excellent!
29/01/2013 22:31:00
"Used to" of course for the pedants - sorry!
29/01/2013 22:32:00
We did guest articles for Quentin before during the off season for the 2010/11 season. Was good seeing differnt views, should be the same again.
30/01/2013 02:09:00
All sounding very good and I look forward to the next few months items.
30/01/2013 08:18:00
Some interesting info and video on Kamara:
30/01/2013 14:52:00
current policy seems to be batten down the hatches for a few years in the championship, given the financially prudent plan that seems to be in place, I know Gartside has to avoid the risk of administration ensuring we spend within our means, buying young players for little outlay is a good idea but it serves long term interests more than immediate needs. The best laid business case agreed in the boardroom has little relevence out on the pitch were the only thing that really has any impact on the direction a club is taking is scoring goals, hitting the net, winning games. For that you need a 20 goal a season striker, either you spend money and bring a proven player in or you sow a few seeds and wait to see if any youngster makes that grade down the line. Can we afford to buy or can we afford to wait and see what the next couple of years bring us, either way its a difficult choice, not sure the fans will be happy with how things currently stand - we need good strikers above anything else - just look at recent results - Everton, Leeds, Sheffield, lack of goals cost us in every game, playing well is irrelevent if you dont hit the net
aussie mike
30/01/2013 16:58:00
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