First hand reaction of living to fight another day Welcome back to the LOVpod episode 107 and more specifically, a court date special. Join Chris, Ian and myself Will as we discuss yesterday’s events.
1)Why settle for just 50 hat-tricks, when you can score a 51st of this quality? Lionel Messi’s treble last Sunday against Real Betis was concluded by using his left foot as a pitching wedge. Mention must
Bolton Wanderers have been given two weeks to settle their debts and avoid the threat of liquidation or administration. The beleaguered Championship club were granted an adjournment until Apr 3 over an
Bolton have avoided a winding-up order after the club’s owner, Ken Anderson, claimed to have agreed a deal with a last-minute buyer. The latest of several petitions by Revenue & Customs was heard at the
A untimely recap of recent events Welcome back to the LOVpod Episode 106, whilst aware of the more pressing matters at stake, the next episode of the podcast is readily available for your listening ahead
Our club has had some serious challenges since becoming Bolton Wanderers in 1877. Today’s court visit undoubtedly tops them all. The stakes could not be higher for a founder member of the football league.
Bolton Wanderers face the threat of liquidation or being plunged into administration at a High Court hearing in London on Wednesday over an unpaid tax and VAT bill as the crisis engulfing the Championship
Troubled Bolton Wanderers have suffered more frustration after talks over the sale of the club ended unsuccessfully. The owner, Ken Anderson, the 94.5 per cent shareholder, is looking to offload the club
Tomorrow, Wanderers return to court to decide their fate 'We're Bolton Wanderers, we're on our way back.' The chant that became synonymous with Wanderers’ promotion season from League One. A battlecry
Of note: Several players competing in lesser leagues or with reserve/youth squads are not listed. Americans with dual nationalities representing other national teams have also been omitted. *named to national