League One side Bolton Wanderers are going through a tumultuous stage with management staff trading accusations.

Co-owner Dean Holdsworth has denied the claims of his partner and chair of the club Ken Anderson who said he did not invest his share of required funds, hence the reason Bolton sold striker Zach Clough.

Bolton Should Use the Extended Break, Claims Parkinson

Phil Parkinson claims that Bolton Wanderers should make the most out of an extended break that they have received as a result of the game with Sheffield United been postponed.

Bolton were due to play against Sheffield United during the weekend, but it was postponed due to a frozen pitch. Even though calling off the game was one of the last resorts, Parkinson claimed that the referee had a little option after having had a good look at the pitch. The decision also may feel good for Bolton considering that they had less than 48 hours in order to prepare for this match.

Parkinson Happy with Bolton’s Response against Millwall

Bolton Wanderers manager Phil Parkinson praised the club’s response to suffering back-to-back defeats.

The club managed to recover from the 1-0 losses against Cheltenham Town and Peterborough United in the best possible fashion after securing a 2-0 home victory over Millwall.

After 9 appearances, Zach Clough scores his 1rst goal with Bolton

Zach Clough has made a total of 9 appearances for Bolton Wanderers in the current season of 2016-17 but it wasn’t until very recently that he managed to score his first league goal with the English League One club as the 21 year old attacker scored against Oldham in a match that saw Bolton Wanderers claiming a 2-0 triumph on October 15.

The first goal of this match was scored in the 10 opening minutes of the match as Zach Clough found the back of the net through a free-kick and the last goal was netted at the 77th minute which was more than enough for Bolton Wanderers to secure their 6th triumph of the season.


Bolton wanderers lost to Walsall in the English League One game played over the weekend.

The game is peculiar as it ends the unbeaten run of the Wanderers this term. Shot stopper for the host Neil Etheridge put up an outstanding performance, helping the team reduced to 10 men get a well-prized victory.

Bolton boss Parkinson Happy with Early Season Form

Bolton Wanderers have been a rejuvenated club in the last few months.

Even though League One offers substantially lower competition, the club were expected to go through a tough season in their efforts to get promoted back to the Championship. The cleaning up of the entire club from top to bottom seems to have paid off, as they have made their best start to a league campaign in 82 years following a 2-1 win over Fleetwood Town. The club had started the new campaign with a narrow 1-0 win over Sheffield United. Since then, they have followed up with three consecutive 2-1 victories.


Bolton Wanderers have lost Filip Twardzik as the player opted to leave the club, cutting his contract with the club short.

Bolton’s new manager Phil Parkinson is eyeing new players

There was a period of time when Bolton Wanderers was not able to secure consistent results and this occurred in the final few months of Neil Lennon, back when he was in charge of the English club.

Bolton Wanderers struggled so much during this period of time that they recorded their first win in 18 matches and their first victory was secured in December of 2015. Neil Lennon was eventually sacked from coaching Bolton and the club was relegated from the English Championship League.

Phil Parkinson was the man selected as the new coach of Bolton Wanderers and this announcement was made official to the public on June 10 of 2016.

UweRosler and Peter Reid are front-runners for coaching Bolton Wanderers

After being relegated from the English League Championship, Neil Lennon was sacked from his managerial position in Bolton Wanderers and now the search is underway for the person who is most suitable of taking control of the club that finished in the last position of the 2nd tier English league.



Jimmy Phillips believes Gary Madine can still redeem himself at Bolton Wanderers. A return of just six goals in 36 games and a high-profile bust-up with former manager Neil Lennon ensured the striker’s first season at the Macron Stadium ended on a not so pleasant note.


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