Freedman Expected To Suffer A Hard Transfer Season

For a club that was threatened with the prospect of relegation going into the final few months of the campaign, the end was quite happy. This was because Bolton finished midway into the Championship table at the end of the season. However, the club will be looking to target promotion in the upcoming campaign. In order to achieve this ambitious target, manager Dougie Freedman has revealed that he will be taking a hard-line when it comes to recruiting new players. Bolton have lost a number of experienced players in the last weeks of the summer.

Bolton Set For New Signings

Bolton Wanderers have already made one signing in the form of Leicester City’s Neil Danns. The player will arrive at the club at the start of the new season on a 12 month deal. Now, they are looking set to announce the second signing, as manager Dougie Freedman is looking to challenge a play-off place next season. Freedman has been speaking about the potential transfer targets into the new season. Without revealing the identity of the player, he said a few weeks ago that Bolton will sign a player who will be an absolute steal.

WILL FREEDMAN STAY?

The season of Bolton Wanderers kicked off with Dougie Freedman and his players not being able to claim a victory during their opening 10 matches but in the last few stages of the campaign, they managed on securing a series of consecutive triumphs and Freedman is hoping that his squad can continue their positive streak for the upcoming season.

BORE DRAW

The optimism at Bolton Wanderers created by the three consecutive victories has been halted by the 0-0 draw with Derby County. It was one of the poorest matches of the season for Bolton, as both teams failed to create much opportunities over the 90 minutes.

BOLTON NET DRAW

On February 15, Bolton Wanderers travelled to the Den in order to play against Milwall and they had to settle with a 1-1 draw but Lukas Jutkiewicz could have changed that if he managed on scoring the penalty set-piece that he stepped up to take but failed on scoring.

EXTRA BURDEN

The manager of Bolton Wanderers, Dougie Freedman, has said that his defenders have carried extra burden on their shoulders in the ongoing season so far and somehow, he needs to make sure that they get some rest.

Three of Bolton’s key defenders have been out of action since a while because of their respective injuries and as a result of that, the remaining fit defenders have been featuring continuously for the Trotters without any rest.

Bolton Wanderers want to keep Neil Danns

Bolton Wanderers wants to extend Leicester City footballer Neil Danns' stay at Reebok Stadium. Neil would be out of contract at King Power Stadium in summer. He has impressed when he was on loan with Trotters. Now he is due to return to Leicester City when the loan pops off at the end of the year.

SACK RACE

Bolton Wanderers manager Dougie Freedman is starring the sack after a very poor start to the campaign, which has left the club bottom of the table after eight matches. Bolton are without a single win in this opening round of fixtures.

The team came into the weekend's match against Brighton and Hove Albion looking for the first win of the season, but they were disappointed yet again after a 3-1 defeat. This defeat has raised questions about the future of manager Freedman at the club.

BOLTON TARGET PROMOTION

Bolton Wanderers will be looking to target promotion in the new season according to manager Dougie Freedman, who has said that the club will be looking to make a couple of signings before the end of the transfer window.

BOLTON WANT BECKFORD

Bolton Wanderers have shown a lot of interest in signing Leicester City striker Jermaine Beckford, but the deal is far from being completed due to several issues.

Bolton are yet to agree a deal with Leicester, while they are also believed to be miles apart when it comes to agreeing personal terms with the striker. Former Everton striker Beckford is one of the best strikers in the Championship, but it seems that his astronomical wage demands may put off the deal.

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