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21 hours ago

Late show rescues Bolton a point

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Lee Chung-yong denied rock-bottom Blackpool only their second win of the Championship season with a late equaliser for Bolton who drew 1-1 at Bloomfield Road.

Blackpool, whose only league victory this term remains the 1-0 triumph against Cardiff on October 3, took the lead on 75 minutes through on-loan striker Jacob Murphy.

But South Korean international Lee fired home eight minutes from time to keep the Trotters just above the relegation zone.

The first chance fell to Blackpool after 11 minutes as...

1 day ago

Bolton boss Neil Lennon blasts U.S. for last-minute call to Tim Ream

The FC crew rate the best players who have recently made their debut for the United States.

Bolton Wanderers manager Neil Lennon on Friday said he is furious with U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann for what he called "complete lack of respect" for American defender Tim Ream.

Ream was not originally called into the U.S. squad for the national team's recent friendlies against Colombia and Ireland. But after fellow left center back John Brooks tweaked an ankle in training, Ream was summoned to Dublin 24 hours before the Americans' meeting with the Irish. Ream entered the match in the 87th minute,...

Nov 7, 2014

Bolton Wanderers' 11-minute second-half blitz downs Wigan

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Wigan's woeful run of form continued as three goals in an 11-minute second-half blitz saw Bolton leapfrog their neighbours in the Sky Bet Championship table with a 3-1 victory.

Latics, who hit the woodwork twice in the first period through Callum McManaman, were left shell-shocked as Neil Lennon's rampant Wanderers put them to the sword just after the break.

Max Clayton's 50th-minute opener was swiftly followed by Craig Davies' header and Lee Chung-yong's penalty as Wanderers maintained their revival...

Nov 4, 2014

Feeney at the double

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Liam Feeney's first goals since August 2013 helped Bolton boss Neil Lennon secure a second straight home win and continued Cardiff's travelling troubles.

Winger Feeney scored his first two Wanderers goals in the opening 36 minutes, while Matt Mills added a third in the second period, as Lennon maintained a 100 per cent record at Macron Stadium since assuming the helm last month.

All the talk in the build up had been about a possible Thai takeover of Bolton, with chairman Phil Gartside having visited...

Oct 31, 2014

Norwich City beat Bolton Wanderers as Cameron Jerome nets brace

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Cameron Jerome scored two goals to see the Canaries to victory.

Striker Cameron Jerome's brace got Norwich going again in the Championship as they beat Bolton 2-1.

Neil Adams' side had gone five games without a win prior to the Friday night clash and were in desperate need of a boost.

Leading marksman Jerome gave them it, scoring a goal in each half to secure an impressive success over Neil Lennon's revitalised Bolton.

It was due reward for an industrious showing from the home side, who appeared keen not to let the grass grow under their feet after not winning...