Things aren’t currently going to plan in the north west – with Manchester United resorting to bringing Paul Scholes back and Bolton Wanderers struggling at the bottom end of the table, todays game will provide the region with much needed time to shine.
This crucial away win against relegation rivals Blackburn could prove to shape Bolton’s future. Now the players need to develop some consistency – and not in the dire manner that Martin Petrov is consistent.
Blackburn have been a clucking disaster since poultry owners Venky’s arrived. David Dunn however saw the upside of their arrival by unashamedly gorging on their chicken with all the acting grace of David Beckham’s Goal 2 cameo.
There will be no Halloween hangover for Coyle and Co. as Bolton seek vengeance for last season’s FA Cup semi-final horror show defeat against Stoke.
In a bid to bring a bit of culture to the Premier League, I’ve decided to preview Sunderland vs Bolton Wanderers in the form of a poem. Eat your heart out current Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy.
With our handy guide to the sequined strumpet and waltzing wankers, you too can appear knowledgeable without ever having to watch the show.
From ‘friendly’ local banter to the wit and wisdom of Stuart Hall. Here are seven predictions for Bolton Wanderers Vs Wigan Athletic. Just don’t mention pies.
Ever since his Manchester City youth days Daniel Sturridge has had the potential to play international football. Now, having blossomed into a regular starter at Chelsea and facing a dearth of other contenders to partner Rooney, it’s time Sturridge was unleashed for England.
Propping up the Prem has left some disgruntled Bolton fans calling for the gaffer Owen Coyle’s head. But the radio phone-in and Twitter numpties should be ignored.
Trotters fans won’t like me saying this but we should’ve flogged Cahill in the summer because we’ll get nowt for him in January…
So those hilarious chaps at QPR booked SWP a high-chair at the hotel they stayed in for the Wolves match, but what gifts would the stars of Blackburn Rovers, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United and Chelsea put their names to?
Colman’s v Warburtons, Paddy McGuinness v Stephen Fry, Delia Smith v Peter Kay. Norwich v Bolton match is not only a football match, it’s a cultural clash of some repute…
Rooney is on fire for Manchester United and the rest don’t look to shabby, but can the big fella wade in to the shaky stopper to secure three points for the Trotters?