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BWFC: Fingers To Keys

BWFC: Fingers To Keys
While we sit and wait for any news on potential transfer, just to remind my Bolton brethren... If you have an article, poem or story surrounding the pain and suffering which ties with being a Bolton supporter, send them to me.
Of course, it doesn't have to be pain or suffering. Maybe one or two of you can delve the obscure resources of your psyche to extract a morsel of glory the Whites have presented to you... Kidding, we're showered in glory per annum, eh Mike?

Whatever it is, it will be welcome. I don't know if my Vital email is active, so send them to:

Get writing, folks. Your site is waiting...

Writer:Mr Ecky: bwfc_85
Date:Friday May 10 2013
Time: 5:47PM


I would be delighted to see an article pencilled by robmoss, Fred or Barney, they have given us some detailed observations recently, which reminds me I wanted to thank robmoss for the work he did assembling the transfer data on player movements to and from the club over the last 2-3 years. I assume the club lost circa 10 million in transfer fees from those moves, not including the lasting impact those moves had out on the pitch, possibly increasing our loss by a factor of 10 ( 100 mill) and rising. In any other industry those responsible would be sacked, here we give them 500,000 a year and tell them to carry on with our blessing. If it wasn't so deadly serious it would be laughable, a farce not even Brian Rix could conjure up.
aussie mike
10/05/2013 19:38:00
the good Lord gave Jesus 5 loaves and 6 fish to feed thousands of his followers, he naturally did a great Job. B Sky B gave our club Chairman over a 10 year period 350 million, " this money is yours my son, go out into the football world and prosper " he gratefully turned it into a 100 million loss, which translates to a 450 million loss, and still rising. The moral of this tale - maybe we should all attend church and start praying ?
aussie mike
10/05/2013 19:54:00
Have been trawling my failing memory for reminiscences of footy in general and t'Wanderers in particular. Covers a couple of sides of A4 so far (which says something about my advanced years). Hopefully work it up into a feature-length production shortly. Will have to curtail slagging off Gove & OFSTED on Facebook & Twitter to get it done!
11/05/2013 14:36:00
Never thought I would hear King Michael of All the Australasians advocating renewed church-going for lapsed Boltonians (or Boltarians as my southern, shandy-drinking, football-abhorring partner calls us).
11/05/2013 16:27:00
If I could suggest a poll for today it would be "Who do you want to win the FA cup?" Pies or Rich B*stards? My vote goes to...the Pies!
11/05/2013 16:32:00
Pies for me too. Also hope they stay in the prem.
11/05/2013 16:38:00
Really chuffed for Wigan. Just shows what can be done without a big budget.
11/05/2013 20:10:00
Great win for the underdogs. All that money spent on Citeh players and they couldn't even score against "little old Wigan". Shame our players didn't have their spirit when they went to Wembley
12/05/2013 01:19:00
Any one heard about the rumoured badge change? Really hope it is true. I really hate our girly balloon badge and would love a more traditional one including the Elephant and "Tun" and a large red rose.
12/05/2013 01:35:00
Also -
12/05/2013 01:37:00
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