Keith Hill

Keith Hill aiming promotion with Bolton next season

Bolton Wanderers manager Keith Hill has said that he will be eyeing promotion with Bolton Wanderers next season regardless of the division. The Trotters were handed with a 12-point penalty at the beginning of the campaign after they went into administration but they were able to avoid from being defunct with the change in ownership.


The Trotters have since made a decent comeback with the purchase of experienced recruits on loan or Bosman deals but they are still facing a battle to beat the drop. At present, Hill’s side are 15 points adrift of AFC Wimbledon, who are just outside of the relegation zone but there remains plenty of optimism with their recent form and as many as three games in hand.
Speaking to The Bolton News, Hill said that he has clear vision with the Greater Manchester outfit and he has the ambition of getting them promoted from either League One or League Two next term, he told: “I am 100 per cent behind it because they have a clear vision and they are doing things correctly.

Bolton boss unlikely to ruin youngsters after late summer recruitment

Bolton Wanderers boss Keith Hill has said that he is unlikely to ruin the club’s youngsters following the late recruitment at the beginning of the month. The Trotters were on the cusp of being defunct after administrative concerns but they managed to avoid selling their assets following a late purchase of the club by Football Ventures.

Since then, there has been a raft of senior signings made to stabilise the club in League One and that is likely to demote the younger players, who featured for the side during the financial burden. Speaking in a press conference, Keith Hill acknowledged the youngsters were helpful during the time of distress and stated that the new and experienced signings will provide the added support to those players.

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