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BWFC: More Time, Please




While we all sit around a roaring fire, in our high-backed leather chairs, quaffing 100-year-old brandy and discussing everything Bolton Wanderers, a little deal was being extended.

This afternoon, Kevin McNaughton agreed to lengthen his stay in the Northwest.

The 31-year-old Scotland international signed on an initial one-month emergency loan on September 27, but he will now remain at the Reebok until after Christmas.

Congratulations, Kevin you`re an asset to our floundering team.

I`m sure this is something we are all in agreement on.
The Journalist

Writer: Mr Ecky Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 29 2013

Time: 8:46PM

Your Comments

Kevin has done better than the rest of the team but at right back, not left back. I'm very pessimistic indeed about our option at left back! (Baptiste) Great to hear McNaughton's loan has extended though.
jayjaybwfc
 

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