BOLTON Wanderers manager Ian Evatt is a football reporters’ dream, but that’s about as far as the compliments can go.
Ian Evatt’s men kick off their campaign at home to Bradford City on Saturday.
MM takes a look at how Bolton Wanderers have fared on the opening day of the season over the last two decades.
From Munich to Morecambe… how Bolton Wanderers went from European glamour nights to brink of League Two
How Bolton Wanderers were on the cusp of Champions League football, but fell away. It is hard to believe that the same club, currently bottom of League One, were incredibly close to entering Europe’s elite competition amongst the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona and AC Milan.
Interview: Former Bolton player Gareth Farrelly chats sending Trotters down, Allardyce years and not having an email address
Former Bolton Wanderers midfielder Gareth Farrelly speaks to Mancunian Matters about his career, his time with The Trotters and his move into law following his retirement.
‘Equal to taking 10,000 cars off the road’: Save the planet + pocket money with Greater Manchester Big Clean Switch
A campaign is underway to help Manchester residents lower their energy bills – on average a September pilot saved households nearly £300 – while also aiding the environment.
On-loan Newcastle striker Adam Armstrong has been told by boss Phil Parkinson that he must take his chances if he is to get more game time at Bolton ahead of Saturday’s fixture against Aston Villa.
Bolton manager Phil Parkinson says his club’s new lease of life can lift them against his old team Bradford.
‘We deserve to be involved in the third round’: Bolton’s Parkinson issues FA Cup rallying cry ahead of Sheffield United heavyweight clash
Bolton Wanderers manager Phil Parkinson hopes to bring the magic of the FA Cup to Bolton as they shape up for their second-round tie against Sheffield United.
Bolton Wanderers manager Phil Parkinson has praised the bravery of former professional footballers who have revealed they were victims of child sex abuse in the north-west.
The sky blues of women’s football recently became the first women’s club in British football to average crowds of more than 2,000 over a season – and it’s no wonder with all those goals flying in.