Bolton’s Problems Continue

warksox

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If Bolton get relegated, as looks likely, they could well start next season in L1 with a negative points total.
Sad for Bolton fans but, looking on the bright side, at least we couldn't be bottom of the table in August.
Next season is looking better already.
 

Peterdev

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Bolton’s match against Ipswich to ahead so long as they have adequate personnel in place.
Good luck to Phil Parkinson in his battle to keep them up against all the odds
 

Peterdev

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It’s a great shame. I think Phil Parkinson has done an extremely difficult job in difficult circumstances. Got them up on a shoestring. No money and down after two years. Problems on and off pitch. I think he will move on. Good luck to him whatever he does
 

Marked Ox

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It’s a great shame. I think Phil Parkinson has done an extremely difficult job in difficult circumstances. Got them up on a shoestring. No money and down after two years. Problems on and off pitch. I think he will move on. Good luck to him whatever he does

Eh? Parkinson didn't get Bolton up on a shoestring, their budget dwarfed ours and many others.
 

holdsteady

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They have a new owner don’t they? You would of thought paying the wages would be a priority, unless he wants them all to walk and clear that bill before a season in league one.

They should be starting next season on minus points at least, could end up with back to back relegations.
 

Concretebob

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Reckon Bolton will become the new Blackpool - parachute payments have ran out and the harsh reality of football outside the premier league is really starting to hit.
 
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