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Last Game

Cardiff v BWFC

Tuesday 13th February 2018

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BWFC 1 : 1 FULHAM


It was anything but a dry February as we battled our way through the latest monsoon to the Macron. But it didn’t dampen our spirits during our Doombar deliberations. In fact, the good news has been pouring in this week with the declaration of a ceasefire with HMRC and strong hints that we are beginning to pay our way in the world, even before the income from Gary Madine’s relocation. We could concentrate on the football and the immediate task to hand, Fulham. All the stats pointed to a difficult afternoon; one win in fifteen attempts against a team who were on a five-match winning streak. But it’s the kind of challenge our lads relish these days and hopes were high for at least a point, after last week’s great result against Bristol City.


Phil Parkinson started with Zach Clough instead of Tyler Walker in an otherwise unchanged team. Fulham started at an unbelievable pace. For the first twenty minutes they overran us. It looked like a cricket score massacre was on the cards. The only thing in our favour was that they only scored one. But we got stuck in and fought back, giving as good as we got. Adam Le Fondre scored a great goal, just after coming on. Both teams could have won this match, so a draw was probably a fair result in the end. Antonee Robinson epitomised the Wanderers’ spirit and performance today. Early on Ryan Sessegnon was flying past him like he stopped but as the match progressed, it was Antonee going forward past Sessegnon. It was a tribute to the Wanderers’ spirit that Fulham thought it necessary to time-waste from when they went one-nil up in the fourth minute. Fulham’s cynical and ultimately successful attempts to get Karl Henry a yellow card, did not go unnoticed by the crowd.


As we approach the last third of the season, we look to be in good shape. There’s no easy matches at this stage of the season. Everyone is battling for points. With sixteen cup ties remaining, we are proving to be competitive. Heads are not going down after going behind nowadays. It’s going to be a fight until the last match of the season but the good thing is, there are 10 clubs being drawn into the relegation battle. With four of the next six matches away from home, the challenges keep on coming.



The Bolton Wanderers Supporters Association (BWSA) is the OFFICIAL supporters group for Bolton Wanderers Football Club.


You can find out more about the history of the BWSA by clicking ‘About the BWSA’


The committee of the BWSA aim to bring members and non-members together in the form of meet the player evenings at the football stadium or other social events held at various venues in the local area.


With the recent formation of the BWFC Supporters Trust, the BWSA intend to continue to host social events throughout the year and, in line with our constitution, act in the interests of supporters of Bolton Wanderers Football Club.


If you want to meet fellow supporters, players, managers, backroom staff and people generally connected to the world of football in a relaxed and friendly environment then membership to the BWSA is money well spent.


There may be many opportunities to see your favourite player arriving at the stadium or training ground but not many opportunities to speak to them on a one-to-one basis.


Why not show your support and join the BWSA now…click here


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Pictures from our last event with Adam Le Fondre & Connor Hall