Neil Lennon expressed his delight that his Bolton Wanderers side at last produced a complete performance to defeat MK Dons 3-1 on Saturday.
Analysis: Is there any hope for Bolton? Recent history doesn’t look great for bottom club Wanderers…
Bolton Wanderers supporters might want to look away now – history is not on your side in the battle to avoid relegation to League One.
Neil Lennon believes it is now or never for his Bolton Wanderers side if they are to avoid the drop ahead of the crunch clash with MK Dons tomorrow.
Neil Lennon praised his side’s character and reflected on a job well done after Bolton Wanderers finally edged past Eastleigh in the FA Cup third round.
Neil Lennon berated the individual errors from his side that saw Bolton Wanderers comfortably beaten by Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
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Rochdale AFC manager Keith Hill has called for greater maturity from his side next season after their faint playoff hopes slipped away with a 3-2 defeat to MK Dons at Spotland on Saturday.
Goals from Dean Bowditch, Daniel Powell, and Ben Reeves gave MK Dons a winning lead before Rhys Turner’s late strike offered scant consolation for a poor Oldham on Tuesday.
Oldham scored two goals in two first-half minutes as they eased to a comfortable and well-deserved 3-0 win at home to Notts County.
Manager Lee Johnson expects this week’s developments in the Ched Evans saga will not deter fans from getting behind his team as they face Doncaster Rovers, the Latics looking to start afresh after a torrid end to 2014.
First half-goals from Stephen Arthurworrey, Simon Gillett, and Sam Hoskins saw the away side race into a 3-0 lead at half-time before Kieffer Moore completed the rout.