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Bolton Wanderers

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Pride Park

19 Feb 2013

Attendance: 22,145

Referee: Ward

DerbyBolton Wanderers
Ward (81)Dawson (45)
Legzdins     Bogdan    
Brayford     Mears    
Keogh     Knight    
Hoganson     Dawson    
Freeman     29 Ricketts    
Bryson     Eagles     85
Coutts     74 Spearing    
Hendrick     Pratley    
Jacobs     Lee    
Ward     Ngog     65
Sammon     C Davies     74
Davies     29 SKD     65
Robinson     74 Sordell     74
    M Davies     85
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Date:Wednesday February 20 2013
Time: 9:11PM


Thanks to JemmaM for getting Vital Bolton's act together on the stats and poll fronts
21/02/2013 01:33:00
Thanks Jemma !
21/02/2013 07:49:00
Highlights c/o LOV and Sky .
21/02/2013 17:41:00
I have not posted anything on here for weeks. I used to enjoy doing it and reading the other posts. I liked analysising and commenting. I watched the arse get annihiliated by bayern in the week. First game of footy I have watched in weeks. Realised the day afterwards that I have I have lost interest in footy in general and Bolton Wanderers specifically. That saddens me a lot. I have been a Bolton fan for over four decades and like, like somebody else said, watched them all over the land. I don't watch MOTD any more. I didn't even bother to check our last two results. Maybe it reflects on me. Maybe it's about football. Sad though. Especially as my home town club is 4 points of the abyss & about a million off a return to the Promised Land. Coaching staff appear incompetent & senior management likewise. Players are ok but not the class of previous eras. Hard to see the point of continuing to care. Apart from deep-seated (blood) attachment to being born in Bolton.
21/02/2013 18:53:00
Can't even write bloody coherent English anymore!!
21/02/2013 18:55:00
At least we're not Wolves.
21/02/2013 19:20:00
Dear Fred - we all have different expectations and everyone who contributes to this blog experiences different emotions, which leads to contrasting opinions, some like myself seem to criticise everything and everyone and others will dissagree, but that is the beauty, the interest we take from coming together and laying our thoughts or feelings on the line. There is a purity of honesty amongst supporters who appreciate simply listening to what others feel, call it social interaction or whatever, but we have a common bond - the interests of the club we support at the very heart of everything we convey. I can talk a load of garbage at times and others put me in my place which is exactly correct - thats the energy this blog needs, I ask you to hang in and remain a part of this family - your contributions are appreciated and respected by everyone, if you walk away everyone loses, there is too much talk about losing centred on the team we don't need you adding to that ! - maybe the kids at school have been giving you a hard time or your just under pressure - stay with it - give us another rambling piece we love reading them - honest.
aussie mike
22/02/2013 09:36:00
Thanks Mike. Much appreciated. Will contribute some rambling cr*p very soon!
22/02/2013 15:27:00
Actually I did seriously embarrass my son at school when he was about 7. I convinced him from an early age that a panel of world football experts had decided Frank's goal against Ipswich was the best ever scored in the history of association football. When he repeated this cherished belief at school he was roundly ridiculed (we live in north London). Of course, I actually still believe it to be true!
22/02/2013 15:31:00
I should add, Bowton recently expressed dissaproval with my comments - go for it lad - tear a strip off me - debate is the name of the game, remember though I love the team like you and the bottom line is we all either rejoyce or cry together when that final whistle blows. I was clinically depressed for ages when we were relegated last season - absolute injustice - not even OC deserved that.
aussie mike
22/02/2013 15:37:00
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