Neil Lennon has left Bolton Wanderers by mutual consent today, with the Championship side 11 points adrift of safety.
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.
Neil Lennon believes avoiding defeat to Eastleigh will provide a huge boost to his Bolton players ahead of tonight’s trip to face Sheffield Wednesday.
Neil Lennon has challenged his side to prove they are up for the cup on Saturday as his Bolton Wanderers side travel to Hampshire to face Eastleigh in the third round of the FA Cup.
Neil Lennon bemoaned his Bolton side’s inconsistency after Saturday’s home defeat to Huddersfield, saying the display was typical of why his team find themselves at the bottom of the league.
As the souped-up hype machine that is the January transfer window creaks open once more, we look back to some moments of inspiration that helped turn the season around for various Bolton Wanderers managers.
There will be several excitable coaches, managers and owners of our region’s sports teams, as they anticipate unwrapping their presents on Christmas morning.