OfficialPlayerSites.com Players | Managers | Clubs | Grounds | National Teams | Leagues & Cups
    Home
    Players
    Managers
    Clubs
    Grounds
    National Teams
    Leagues & Cups
    News
    Multimedia
    Search

 

Articles about Bolton Wanderers


Elliott relishing Bolton VisitElliott relishing Bolton Visit by Robbie Elliott - 06/03/2006
Sport network report on Robbie's views prior to Saturday's game against Bolton [More]
Just the job for smooth SolanoJust the job for smooth Solano by Nolberto Solano - 05/03/2006
Paul Forsyth of 'The Times' writes after Newcastle 3-1 vistory over Bolton - with a distinguished display by the Geordie Peruvian. [More]
Super John's BenchmarkSuper John's Benchmark by John McGinlay - 27/03/2005
Richard Frost's article in the Manchester Evening News covering John's views on Bolton's quest for Euro glory. [More]
McGinlay jets back to Bolton by John McGinlay - 22/03/2005
Richard Frost's report on Super John's visit to the Reebok where he saw Nat Lofthouse collect his 'legend' status. [More]
The return of the funky chicken!The return of the funky chicken! by Robbie Elliott - 29/10/2004
Robbie looks back to Sunday's goal and comments on both the Norwich game and the forthcoming matches against Bolton and Chelsea. [More]
Striking out in America by John McGinlay - 02/07/2004
As he prepares to embark on a new career in the states, a website biographical account of 'Super John's' career to date. [More]
Let's enjoy it! by John McGinlay - 05/05/2004
Super John looks at the progress of the club and highlights the work on and off the pitch at the Reebok. [More]
Sam's the manSam's the man by John McGinlay - 01/04/2004
With Bolton taking four points form their two meetings with Newcastle, Super John compares the resources of both managers and gives Sam Allardyce a big thumbs up. [More]
Elliott poised for United comebackElliott poised for United comeback by Robbie Elliott - 29/03/2004
Simon Rushworth's article featuring an interview with Robbie on his progression to a first team recall. [More]
Well, we're throughWell, we're through by John Beresford - 26/03/2004
Bez looks back on last night's 3-0 away win and warns that Newcastle must improve if they're to progress into the UEFA semi's. [More]
Time for a winTime for a win by John McGinlay - 22/03/2004
With four straight Premiership defeats on the bounce, Super John feels Sunday's game against Newcastle can put an end to the disappointing run. [More]
Keep believingKeep believing by Gavin Peacock - 15/03/2004
Gavin draws a similarity between media perceptions of both Chelsea and Newcastle, and comments that both clubs can finish the term strongly and look back on relatively succesful seasons. [More]
Bolton heroes look to the futureBolton heroes look to the future by John McGinlay - 03/03/2004
Richard Frost interviews John after Sunday's disappointing Carling Cup defeat where the emphasis is on keeping the season alive. Although the article mentions relegation - this is far from John's thoughts... [More]
The Carling key - midfieldThe Carling key - midfield by John McGinlay - 25/02/2004
Super John looks at where the game will be won or lost, and also comments on the ticket fiasco - unfortunately overshadowing the build up to the big game. [More]
Looking goodLooking good by John McGinlay - 09/02/2004
Super John looks at the progress of both Kevin Nolan and Nicky Hunt, commenting that Bolton now have quality talent in addition to the spirit demanded by Big Sam. [More]
A big night for the club by John McGinlay - 21/01/2004
Super John looks at the rewards for a successful semi-final and highlights the importance of tonights game. He also comments on the speculation that Youri Djorkaeff may be looking to extend his stay at the Reebok. [More]
Should we look up or down?Should we look up or down? by John McGinlay - 09/01/2004
With Bolton's performances continuing to impress, Super John sounds a word of caution and cites the lack of Premiership home wins as a reason for concern. [More]
Something SpecialSomething Special by John McGinlay - 18/12/2003
It gets better and better for Wanderer's fans and Super John takes his hat off to the whole team - whilst commenting on the surprise rumours of a reduction in Sam's salary! [More]
Great form but have you seen who's next?Great form but have you seen who's next? by John McGinlay - 05/12/2003
With a fantastic result at Anfield capping a great few weeks, Super John warns not to get too carried away - with trips to Fulham, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal at the Reebok - December could be a tough month [More]
Former striker pays tribute to clubFormer striker pays tribute to club by John McGinlay - 25/09/2003
Nathan Blake looks back on his time at Bolton and his partnership with Super John - an article by Mark Heys [More]
It's still not happening!It's still not happening! by John Beresford - 21/09/2003
After Bez took in Saturday's home game against Bolton, he looks at the media criticism of the team and attempts to identify why the team just isn't clicking into place. [More]
Problems at NewcastleProblems at Newcastle by John McGinlay - 17/09/2003
After losing Florent Laville for six months, John looks at the defensive challenge faced by Sam and forecasts a tough time at Newcastle on Saturday. [More]
Home win's for my ex-clubs in the Premiership by Gavin Peacock - 11/04/2003
The two clubs where I spent my career in the top flight are both at home this weekend, Chelsea face a determined Bolton and Newcastle play a Man Utd side licking their wounds afetr a mauling by Real Madrid. Iím going for two home wins this weekend. [More]
Would Woody have made all the difference? by John Beresford - 29/01/2003
Bez looks at the breakdown of the Woodgate transfer and asks if we were expecting too much from the deal. Reflecting on another Sunderland defeat, he also questions whether Newcastle fans would prefer a Sunderland relegation or a Sunderland derby? [More]
Survival race jogs memory by Warren Barton - 27/01/2003
The battle for survival at the bottom of the Premiership is jogging a few memories of last season. We found ourselves in that very position this time last year. We know how tough it is. [More]
Bolton will be tougher than you think by John Beresford - 21/01/2003
Bolton are a team I admire, a forward looking, well organised team full of Sam Allardyceís spirit. The 4-3 game at the Reebok was a great example of Premiership football, and for me, Iíd love them to stay in the top flight. [More]
Back down to earth by John McGinlay - 02/01/2003
After a great win against Newcastle, and two good draws against West Ham and Everton, yesterdayís defeat at Villa was very disappointing. Although I didnít travel to Birmingham, from what Iíve seen and heard, it seems a second rate performance. [More]
Christmas Review by Robbie Elliott - 31/12/2002
Robbie looks back to the Bolton and Tottenham games, and forward to the Liverpool game where injuries are taking their toll. [More]
In it to win it? by John McGinlay - 09/12/2002
In it to win it, or in it for what it can give us? Samís mentioned at the club AGM that heís not interested in the competition. I disagree though. [More]
Three very welcome pointsThree very welcome points by John McGinlay - 20/11/2002
Winning at Leeds is a cracking achievement and with scoring four goals it should be a real boost to our confidence. I wasnít at the game, but I saw the goals on Sky and Henrik Pedersen took his chances very well indeed. [More]
Tough at the top, and tougher at the bottomTough at the top, and tougher at the bottom by John McGinlay - 11/11/2002
Prior to the games with Sunderland, Birmingham, and West Brom, I think most Wandererís fans were looking for at least a couple of wins. Personally I was hoping for seven points. [More]
This is a Worthy cup for me, says ElliottThis is a Worthy cup for me, says Elliott by Robbie Elliott - 06/11/2002
Robbie Elliott refused to dismiss the Worthington Cup last night after admitting the least glamorous of this season's four competitions could save his Newcastle career. [More]
Letís keep it goingLetís keep it going by Nolberto Solano - 18/10/2002
The Premiership is our main focus, the Champions League and international programme have provided a quite a few distractions [More]
Back to BasicsBack to Basics by John Beresford - 04/10/2002
Itís back to St. James and back to the task of picking up three points in the Premiership. [More]
Six points from Two gamesSix points from Two games by John McGinlay - 13/09/2002
Six points from Two games, that can't be bad! Beating Man Utd at Old Trafford will boost the confidence of the boys [More]
A boost for the defenceA boost for the defence by John McGinlay - 31/08/2002
The (eventual) signing of Ivan Campo is a significant boost to Bolton. [More]
Whatís in store for Bolton? by John McGinlay - 10/08/2002
Iím confident weíll do very well this season, I donít think Iím sticking my neck out by saying Bolton will finish mid-table. [More]
Iím Sick! by Jamie McClen - 03/02/2002
It was such a relief to get all three points on Saturday, I couldnít believe it when I gave away the ball for Ricky Gardnerís opener. [More]
Big Al and little Bellamy (Newcastle 3 Bolton 2) by John Beresford - 03/02/2002
What a game! Although this was far from Newcastleís best performance of the season, there were some excellent moves and some excellent goals. [More]