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Bolton 0 – Leicester City 1, Reading 2 – Middlesbrough 0

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Leicester City won the 2013-14 Championship with a shutout of Bolton and Reading remain in the playoff race with a win over Middlesbrough. Read More

Tim Ream and Jonathan Spector see action in the Championship

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Tim Ream and Bolton beat Doncaster while Jonathan Spector and Birmingham City lost to Middlesbrough in England's Championship. Read More

Stuart Holden undergoes operation, out 6 to 9 months

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USMNT and Bolton Wanderers midfielder Stuart Holden underwent a knee operation on Monday and will need 6 to 9 months of recovery. Read More

Holden sidelined again, will miss 6-9 months after latest knee surgery

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Stuart Holden's bad luck with injuries has reared its ugly head yet again, with Bolton announcing on Tuesday that the U.S. National Team midfielder will miss 6-9 months after undergoing knee surgery.

The news marks the latest in a series of injury setbacks for the 28-year old, who will be facing his fifth lengthy injury recovery in four years.

Bolton Wanderers back Stuart Holden

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Bolton Wanderers sent a message of support to Stuart Holden. The midfielder injured his knee in an exhibition game on Monday. Read More

Bolton updates Stuart Holden’s status after knee injury

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Bolton's Stuart Holden will return to the United States for a consult after injuring his right knee in an exhibition game on Monday. Read More

FA Cup Third Round and Liga MX’s opening weekend

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It was a good weekend for several US National Team players in the Third Round of the FA Cup and Mexico's Clausura begins. Read More

Holden poised for short-term loan to Sheffield Wednesday

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By IVES GALARCEP

Stuart Holden has struggled for playing time at Bolton since returning from injury, but the Trotters are prepared to set Holden up with a move that could help him get back on the field.

The Bolton News is reporting that Bolton is preparing to send Holden on a short-term loan move to Sheffield Wednesday.

Championship

Brilliant Lukas Jutkiewicz Goal v Bournemouth

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Bolton's on-loan striker Lukas Jutkiewocz scored this brilliant goal which put Bolton 2-0 up against Bournemouth at the weekend.

And although it was a suberb take down and finish his technique was'nt the most elegant but they all count but it didn't prevent Bournemouth coming back to snatch a 2-2 draw.

Eye Witness Assessment: Bolton Wanderers are in Intensive Care

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[A]mir Khan would be proud. As double whammies go, fans of Bolton Wanderers have been on the receiving end of two sledgehammers this January. First, after several years of heavy punishment on the financial front, the latest body blow landed as the club's parent company Burnden Leisure Limited announced a new high for its debt of £163.

The never ending MLS schedule

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Major League Soccer can't seem to let a week go by in December without some sort of draft, and the week before Christmas is no exception. Read More

Anderlecht Opens Champs League and Games in the Championship

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Sacha Kljestan's Anderlect lose in their Champions League group and draws for Forest and Bolton in the Championship. Read More

A Football League SWOT Analysis: The Threats

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[T]he stethoscope we have applied to the Football League over the past week has revealed a not altogether satisfactory heartbeat and the fact that the weaknesses section of our study has been easily the most read does indicate that there is concern for the competition's health among supporters.

Once More Unto the Breach: The Football League Season Draws to a Conclusion

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[T]onight, Watford travel to Leicester City at the onset of a nail biting weekend of Football League fixtures. With a great many issues still hanging in the balance, our two founding bloggers, Lloyd and Lanterne Rouge convened to discuss the prospects: ... Lanterne Rouge: As a Plymouth fan, you've mentioned to me that you are still worried about the drop - it's quite possible mathematically but will take a chain reaction of perhaps sub-nuclear proportions for Argyle to go down to the Football League.

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PHOTO: David Ngog with the Swansea shirt

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PHOTO: David Ngog with the Swansea shirt - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Swansea have completed the signing of former Liverpool striker David Ngog from Bolton for an undisclosed fee, with the Frenchman joining the Swans until the end of the season.

Ngog, 24, signs for the Swans after spending 3 years at Bolton, where he scored 16 goals in 91 games.

"Teams, Not Players" by Mark Yesilevskiy Legendary teams are...

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"Teams, Not Players" byMark Yesilevskiy

Legendary teams are remembered as exactly that. Sure, there are individuals who may have led those teams to greatness, but a truly great team is remembered for decades to come, long after those players have hung up their boots.

Jay Spearing Joins Bolton

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Liverpool midfielder Jay Spearing has Joined Championship outfit Bolton Wanderers for a fee rumored to be around 1.5 million.

Spearing, who came through the ranks at Liverpool has made 55 appearances for the Reds and also served short loan spell at Leicester city in 2010.

The 24 year old spent the 2012-2013 campaign on loan at the Reebok Stadium, and was named their Player of the Season.

Midfielder leaves Anfield on permanent move

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Liverpool midfielder Jay Spearing today sealed a permanent move away from the club, joining Championship side Bolton Wanderers. Spearing spent last season on loan with Bolton, but has now made the move permanent after making 15 appearances for Liverpool in the Premier League during the 2011/12 season.

Jay Spearing to Bolton?

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Jay Spearing to Bolton? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Jay Spearing was built for the English Championship. Having progressed through the Liverpool academy to make a number of appearances for the first team, last season Liverpool gave him the clearest sign yet that he wasn't going to make it.

Bolton Still Trying To Pry Spearing

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Bolton is still trying to sign Liverpool's Jay Spearing, manager Dougie Freedman has revealed.
The midfielder made 39 appearances in all competitions during a loan spell at the Reebok Stadium last season after finding his first-team opportunities at Anfield limited.
Freedman admitted earlier in July that a deal was unlikely to be concluded as Bolton could not match Liverpool's valuation of the 24-year-old and, while he concedes that negotiations are not going well, the former Crystal Palace boss remains keen to sign Spearing on a permanent basis.

Video: Nicolas Anelka looks delighted to have signed for West Brom

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You don't become Le Sulk without being a pretty moody so-and-so. Even after signing a nice new contract to return to the Premier League, Nicolas Anelka was unable to lift the gloom. The Frenchman agreed a deal to join West Brom on a one-year contract. The Baggies become his sixth Premier League club, joining Arsenal, [.

OTP Rebounds: Chelsea mugs, Bolton vs West Ham FA Cup final images and Liverpool legend’s managerial bow

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Get your 'Chelsea Mugs of the Roman Empire' commemorative mug [101GG] Ever wanted to play 'Where's Wally?' with a slightly disturbing Phil Thompson twist? Here's your chance [Lurking Thommo] Great photos of the first FA Cup final, which took place between Bolton and West Ham 90 years ago [Dirty Tackle] Legendary Liverpool ball-crusher Phil [.

Watford

TTU Go Predicting: Teams to Watch

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[A]fter a 25-year absence, Newport County returned to the Football League in May with an extraordinary play-off final win over Wrexham. For a club who were wound up, reformed and exiled to Gloucestershire in the intervening years, it is a phenomenal and heart-warming achievement. What's more, they actually look half-decent, and we certainly wouldn't bet against them to carry last season's winning form into League 2 and trouble the top 10.

TTU Go Predicting: Best Free Agent

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[A] look at the Professional Footballers' Association list of out of contract and available players becomes more depressing by the year, even if there are Premier League outcasts aplenty whose current availability is often more a consequence of protracted contract negotiations and a choice of suitors.

Wigan

TTU Go Predicting: A Club-By-Club Championship Preview

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[T]he hubbub engulfing our League 1 and League 2 previews this week has highlighted the sensitivity of the average football fan. Now it's time for the Championship, a division in which, contrary to appearances, not quite all the teams start with B. Barnsley The high farce of the Tykes' last minute escape against Huddersfield confirmed David Flitcroft's emergence as one of the Football League's most promising managers in April but there will be a nervousness about the season to come – a horrific 6-0 home defeat against Charlton sat amid a bevy of notable results in the run in and.

Has Miyaichi run out of time at Arsenal?

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Will Miyaichi figure next season? by AH

Ryo Miyaichi was a player that I think gave every Arsenal fan a tad of excitement. Maybe not the most skilful or amazing player that would change a game in an instant but his raw speed just gave us the feeling that something amazing could happen at any moment, much like the feel you got when you first saw Theo Walcott play for Arsenal, or Alex Oxlade Chamberlain, even Serge Gnabry.

Arsenal could soon have 2 Japanese players

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It is fair to say that the Japanese international Ryo Miyaichi has not had the best of times since joining Arsenal at the start of 2011. Over two years later, the winger has made just two appearances for the Gunners and they were in the league cup. He has been out on loan for most of that time, though, and has impressed his bosses at Feyenoord, Bolton Wanderers and Wigan Athletic, where his latest spell was ravaged by injury.

Wasted season for Arsenal’s Ryo Miyaichi

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Unfortunately, it's been a wasted season for young winger Ryo Miyaichi. The 20-year-old Japanese international has been out on loan with fellow Premier League club Wigan since the start of the campaign and things certainly haven't gone well for him. Miyaichi has now been loaned out to Dutch club Feyenoord as well as Bolton and Wigan in the last three seasons and it's arguable if he's been developing or not.

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TTU Awards 2012-13: Manager of the Season

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[O]f all the categories this year, our opinion formers were most divided on this. Sure, the collection of silverware is all important but it's as much about the raw materials and how far they are stretched. Hence, a number of bosses deserve credit for exceeding expectations - those gentlemen who chose to forget this when assessing Nigel Adkins and last year's winner Brian McDermott would do well to take note.

Against The Odds, Bolton Might Yet Make The Top 6

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[B]olton's season, much like the Championship as a whole, has been a tad erratic, Lion of Vienna Suite's Mark Yesilevskiy writes... A slow start; inconsistency; away woes; points dropped from winning positions; and runs of form have defined the Trotters in 2012-13. All told, it's been a season of phases.

Stuart Holden

HOLDEN COULD FEATURE

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Bolton Wanderers midfielder Stuart Holden could soon feature in the national team according to USA manager Jurgen Klinsmann. The midfielder last made a competitive appearance for the national team back in 2010. He suffered a broken leg while playing for the national team and he has been on the road to recovery since then.

Holden Makes Loan Move to Sheffield Wednesday

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Stuart Holden joins Sheffield Wednesday on loan from Bolton for a month as he continues his return to full-time play. Read More

The Rest

Bolton’s Freedman on player selection and MLS news

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Words from Bolton manager Dougie Freedman and MLS news on the Camilo situation in Vancouver in Thursday's soccer news roundup. Read More

Reunited! Former Arsenal Man Returns to Club

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Fabrice Muamba's career was cut short after he collapsed on the pitch while playing for Bolton against Tottenham at White Hart Lane two seasons ago. The former Birmingham and Arsenal man was 'dead' for 78 minutes before his heart regained its strength and started beating again.

Muamba has since stepped away from the game on a playing level, but still remains involved as an ambassador.

Tell Me About: National Teamers in the 2013-14 Championship

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Our guide to the United States National Team players spending the 2013-14 season in England's Championship. Read More

Bolton back out of shirt sponsorship deal with payday lender after fan petition

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Bolton have reversed their decision to enter a two-year shirt sponsorship agreement with QuickQuid less than two weeks after announcing the deal with the payday loan company. Public outcry and a petition started by fans of the club prompted Bolton's quick rethink.

From the club's official website:

The club have taken on board feedback from our fan base and following discussions between Chairman Phil Gartside and several local and national politicians, including Leader of Bolton Council Cliff Morris, will no longer be entering into a sponsorship agreement with QuickQuid.

TTU Awards 2012-13: Flop of the Season

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[I]t's been a fine season for flops across the divisions. Unfair though it may be, many a neutral has taken pleasure at the continued turmoil at Blackburn Rovers over the past 12 months and one of our regulars particularly cited Danny Murphy's role in their ongoing decline. Having arrived with great expectations, the Rovers captain not only failed to lead the Lancastrians back to the Premier League but also found himself stripped of the armband under Michael Appleton.

Last Chance Saloon for Afobe at Arsenal

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Will Afobe make it at Arsenal? by AH

Benik Afobe. A player which both Arsenal fans and manager Arsene Wenger once had very high hopes for, but now he seems to be nothing more than the other Arsenal youth players that struggle. His continuous loan deals and struggles with fitness look set to make him the next in line for the failed youth players, which is now rising to an extraordinary amount.

Bolton ‘take pride,’ EPL Table

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Soccer news for May 6, 2013 with the Premier League winding down and the playoffs start for the Championship and Liga MX. Read More

Bolton’s Davies staying put as move to TFC falls apart

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Toronto FC came very close to adding a quality striker to partner with Robert Earnshaw, but their quest to build a potent strike tandem has fallen short after word that Kevin Davies move from Bolton to TFC has fallen apart.

Bolton announced on Wednesday that Davies will be staying with the Trotters, with the Bolton News reporting that a "contractual glitch" prevented Davies from completing the transfer.