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Is this the first win of the season coming up?

Ipswich Win
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Bolton Win
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League 1 - Ipswich Town vs Bolton Wanderers Preview & Matchday Thread

Post by Frosty » Wed Sep 08, 2021 8:08 am

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Saturday 11th September 2021 – 15:00


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Pre Match Thoughts - Mike



The Frustration Continues.........


I think it's just as well I am writing this over a week and half since the Wimbledon game was played because my feelings at the time were anything but complimentary and my thoughts on all things Town were littered with frustration, disappointment, resignation, you name it. Of course having a few days to mull things over and with the aid of a very good last day or Two of the transfer window things can appear far less bleak than in the heat of the moment which immediately follows yet another Town Faux Pas.

Let's not kid ourselves, the concession of a Two goal lead at home to Wimbledon was poor, another game which for all intents and purposes was won was literally just thrown away with some more terrible defending, to lose the second goal at any time is tough to take but the 96th minute ?? That hurts !! The sad thing is you could feel it coming from the moment they pulled One back, all our old failings returned as we looked jittery and desperate as we tried to drop deep and cling on for dear life, this was Wimbledon for god sake and yet they piled forward as we made them look like PSG in those final minutes.

A question has to be raised, not only regarding the defence but our keeper Václav Hladký who it has to be said has found the first weeks of the season very tough, I still believe the guy is a top keeper at this level and will in time prove it but there is no doubt his confidence has taken a big hit and his judgement at times is so wayward that is is costing us goals, whether it be his refusal to come off his line to command the box or his handling when letting shots spill from his grasp, it has to stop. Fortunately for us the signing of Christian Walton will help to tighten up in this area, I think Hladky will benefit from it too as he is almost certainly going to be removed from the heat of battle.

Town had looked pretty much in total control of the game as Two goals early in the second half from a Joe Pigott penalty and a lovely finish from the impressive Wes Burns had us in cruise control, the team were playing well and hardly giving Wimbledon a sniff so to throw it away is baffling in the extreme.


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The transfer window is now closed thank god and we now know what we have to play with in terms of the squad, the additions of Walton, Besant Celina & Sam Morsy have certainly caught the imagination of the Town fans and I have to admit I just did not see Celina or Morsy finding their way to Portman Road, Celina due to his health problems and Morsy due to the fact that he is a cut above this level and was doing very nicely indeed in the Championship, it really is a masterstroke to bring him to Suffolk and again it is another example of a player showing the utmost respect to Paul Cook, Cook may have a few bemoaning him already but lets be clear on this, our squad would look much weaker right now without Cooks drawing power.

We welcome Bolton Wanderers to Portman Road for we all hope is our first win of this to date frustrating season, sadly again will not be able to field our full strength team as Morsy has to serve a Three match ban, the sight of George Edmundson in training does however give us all hope that our defence will be bolstered by his first appearance in a Town shirt and I feel sure that with him and Cameron Burgess as a central defensive pair and with Walton between the sticks we will be so much more solid and stronger. Our options in Midfield and in attack are scary so some will be disappointed at missing out but the pleasing thing is that they all new this when signing up so they should be up for a battle knowing nobody is a certain starter, the shirt has to be earned and competition for places is going to be intense.

Bolton have started the season in ok form but I genuinely feel that this week it is about us, you cannot go on shipping stupid goals and making errors, sooner or later we will get it right and give someone a hiding and while I am not sure this is the week where someone gets a drubbing I do feel this is going to be the win that kick starts our season, anything less and god knows how the forums etc will react, I think another lockdown would be our only saviour. Town win and a far more competent defensive display, no more excuses, no more talking and no more c*ck up's, just get it done. COYB'S.




The Opposition – Bolton Wanderers



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The club was founded by the Reverend Thomas Ogden, the schoolmaster at Christ Church in 1874 as Christ Church F.C. It was initially run from the church of the same name on Deane Road, Bolton, on the site where the Innovation factory of the University of Bolton now stands. The club left the location following a dispute with the vicar, and changed its name to Bolton Wanderers in 1877. The name was chosen as the club initially had a lot of difficulty finding a permanent ground to play on, having used three venues in its first four years of existence.

Bolton were one of the 12 founder members of the Football League, which formed in 1888. Having remained in the Football League since its formation, Bolton have spent more time in the top flight (Premier League/old First Division) than out of it.

The period before and after the First World War was Bolton's most consistent period of top-flight success as measured by league finishes, with the club finishing outside the top 8 of the First Division on only two occasions between 1911–12 and 1927–28. In this period Bolton equalled their record finish of third twice, in 1920–21 and 1924–25.

On 28 April 1923, Bolton won their first major trophy in their third FA Cup final, beating West Ham United in the first ever Wembley FA Cup final. They followed this up with two further FA Cup Final victories in 1926 & 1929.

From 1935 to 1964, Bolton enjoyed an uninterrupted stay in the top flight.

The years of the Second World War saw most of the Wanderers' playing staff see action on the front, a rare occurrence within elite football, as top sportsmen were generally assigned to physical training assignments, away from enemy fire. However, 15 Bolton professionals, led by their captain Harry Goslin, volunteered for active service in 1939, and were enlisted in the 53rd Bolton Artillery regiment. Only Goslin would not return from the war.

On 9 March 1946, the club's home was the scene of the Burnden Park disaster, which at the time was the worst tragedy in British football history. 33 Bolton Wanderers fans were crushed to death, and another 400 injured, in an FA Cup quarter-final.

Bolton Wanderers have not won a major trophy since 1958, when they overcame Manchester United in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium.

While Bolton finished 4th the following season, the next 20 years would prove to be a fallow period. The club suffered relegation to the Second Division in 1963–64, and were then relegated again to the Third Division for the first time in their history in 1970–71. This stay in the Third Division lasted just two years before the club were promoted as champions in 1972–73. Hopes were high at Burnden Park in May 1978 when Bolton sealed the Second Division title and gained promotion to the First Division. However, they only remained there for two seasons before being relegated, and then slipped back into the 3rd Division at the end of the 1982/83 season.

Bolton failed to win promotion in the 1983–84 season, and would remain in the Third Division for another three seasons. In 1986 Nat Lofthouse was appointed President of the football club, a position he would hold until his death on 15 January 2011. At the end of the 1986–87 season, Bolton Wanderers suffered relegation to the Fourth Division for the first time in their history, but won promotion back to the Third Division at the first attempt.

Bolton reached the Premiership in 1995 in the Division One play-off Final. The same year Bolton progressed to the League Cup Final, but were defeated by Liverpool. Bolton were bottom for virtually all of the 1995–96 Premiership campaign and were relegated.

The club won promotion back to the Premiership at the first attempt thanks to a season in which they achieved 98 league points and 100 goals in the process of securing the Division One championship. Unfortunately yet again, Bolton were relegated after only one season in the top flight. This season also marked the club's departure from Burnden Park to the Reebok Stadium.

In 2000–01 Bolton were promoted back to the Premiership after winning the play-off final. Bolton struggled in the following two seasons, but survived in the Premiership.

Bolton reached the League Cup final in 2004, but lost to Middlesbrough. Nevertheless, the club finished eighth in the league, at the time the highest finish in their Premiership history.

In 2005 Bolton finished sixth in the league, thus earning qualification for the UEFA Cup for the first time in their history. Between 2003–04 and 2006–07, Bolton recorded consecutive top-eight finishes. Bolton survived in the 2009–10 season as they finished 14th with 39 points. This secured a tenth successive top flight campaign for Bolton.

On 13 May 2012, Bolton Wanderers were relegated to the Championship by one point on the last day of the season.

The Championship season started badly for Bolton, with only three wins in ten league matches and a second round exit from the League Cup following a loss at Crawley Town, Bolton sacked manager Owen Coyle on 9 October 2012. Fourteen days later Dougie Freedman joined the club as manager, who guided them to a 7th place finish at the conclusion of the season.

Although Freedman made a number of signings for the 2013/14 campaign, Bolton ended the season firmly mid-table, with the expectations of another promotion push not met.

The 14/15 season started similarly, failing to win any of their first 6 games and only one of the first ten. Freedman left the club on 3 October 2014 by mutual consent, with Neil Lennon taking the helm.

In December 2015, Bolton, who were £172.9 million in debt, were handed a winding-up petition from HM Revenue and Customs over unpaid taxes, and a transfer embargo for the following month's window. On 18 January 2016, the club avoided an immediate winding-up order after their case was adjourned until 22 February to give it time to either close a deal with a potential buyer or raise sufficient short-term funds from asset sales.

On 9 April 2016, Bolton confirmed their relegation to the third tier for the first time since 1993. Lennon was removed from his position for the final few games of the season, replaced by Academy manager Jimmy Phillips.

The financial situation was somewhat improved as a takeover bid by Dean Holdsworth's Sports Shield was successful.

The 2016-2017 season provided some much-needed respite for beleaguered BWFC fans, as the club successfully achieved promotion from League One at the first attempt. New manager Phil Parkinson was instrumental in this, working despite an ongoing transfer embargo and ownership disputes between Holdsworth and Ken Anderson. Wanderers finished their first season back in the Championship in 21st place, avoiding relegation by 2 points.

Throughout the 2018–19 Championship season Bolton were faced with ongoing financial difficulties. Following the collapse of the permanent signing of on-loan striker Christian Doidge, Forest Green Rovers commenced legal action over lost earnings. In February 2019, Bolton were again issued a winding-up petition by HMRC which was subsequently adjourned, first until April, and then again until the end of the season as their search for a new owner continued. The financial difficulties affected the football operations with the training ground temporary closing in March 2019 and games against Ipswich, Middlesbrough and Aston Villa being threatened with postponement or being played behind closed doors as the local council Safety Advisory Group (SAG) threatened to revoke the stadium safety certificate. The Bolton Whites Hotel, owned by Ken Anderson, was also issued with a winding-up petition in March 2019. The team was relegated back to League One in April after a 23rd place finish. In a further development on 26 April, the home match against Brentford was called off by the English Football League 16 hours before kick off after Bolton's players, supported by the Professional Footballers' Association, refused to play until they had received their unpaid wages. On 3 May the Brentford game was cancelled by the EFL and a 1-0 result and 3 points awarded to Brentford.

By May the club had collapsed into administration due to a £1.2m unpaid tax bill. Five days later Fildraw appointed administrators from insolvency firm David Rubin and Partners. In accordance with league rules on administration, Bolton will be required to start the 2019–20 season with minus 12 points. On 14 May it was reported that some non-playing staff were forced to use food bank donations from local businesses and a local Championship club, believed to be Preston North End, as Bolton had not paid them for April's work.

On 28 August, Bolton announced that the club's sale to Football Ventures (Whites) Limited had been completed, with the administrator paying tribute to the Eddie Davies Trust and their legal team, and criticising Ken Anderson who had "used his position as a secured creditor to hamper and frustrate any deal that did not benefit him or suit his purposes." Days later, Keith Hill was announced as the new club manager. He signed nine players before the transfer deadline closed, and his first win came on 22 October, 2–0 against Bristol Rovers, Bolton's first win in 22 matches.


On 21 November 2019, Bolton were handed a five-point deduction, suspended for 18 months, and fined £70,000, half of which was suspended for 18 months, for failure to fulfil two fixtures (against Brentford and Doncaster). The points would not be deducted if Bolton fulfilled all fixtures during the 18-month period. An EFL appeal against what it saw as a "lenient" penalty was rejected by an arbitration panel in January 2020. On 9 June 2020, the EFL League One decided to end the 2019–20 season early due to the COVID-19 pandemic, causing bottom club Bolton Wanderers to go down to the fourth tier of English football for the first time since 1988 and only the second time in their history.


Following relegation, the club announced that Keith Hill and assistant David Flitcroft would leave the club when their contracts expired at the end of June. Barrow manager Ian Evatt was appointed Hill's successor on 1 July 2020. Despite being in 17th place through 24 matches, Bolton orchestrated an impressive season turnaround guided by manager Evatt. They completed the League Two season in third place after a 4–1 win against Crawley Town on the final day of the season–– enough to secure automatic promotion to League One for 2021–22.




The Manager – Ian Evatt



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Form Guide



Ipswich Last 5 Matches – Currently in 21st place with 3 points



7 Aug Ipswich Town 2 - 2 Morecambe


14 Aug Burton Albion 2 - 1 Ipswich Town


17 Aug Cheltenham 2 - 1 Ipswich Town


21 Aug Ipswich Town 2 - 2 Milton Keynes


28 Aug Ipswich Town 2 - 2 AFC Wimbledon




Bolton Last 5 Matches Currently in 12th place with 9 points



14 Aug AFC Wimbledon 3 - 3 Bolton


17 Aug Lincoln City 0 - 1 Bolton


21 Aug Bolton 2 - 1 Oxford Utd


28 Aug Cambridge Utd 1 - 0 Bolton


6 Sep Bolton 0 - 0 Burton Albion





Match Referee – Robert Madley



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IPSWICH TOWN 2 BOLTON WANDERERS 0

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Post by marko69 » Wed Sep 08, 2021 8:51 am

Excellent preview. And after reading this part:

“Town win and a far more competent defensive display, no more excuses, no more talking and no more c*ck up's, just get it done. COYB'S.”

……., i audibly uttered, “Well said, too right! 👏👏👏

The keeper lack of confidence is definitely an issue. A youtube highlights reel of Vaclavs performances had him commanding his box, coming off his line etc etc……. But there is a noticeable lack of form. That is concerning. Hopefully its a defence issue and when the supposed saviours of Edmundson and Burgess get going, the keeper will be more assured that if HE doesnt reach the cross, one of those two will.
This didnt apply to Holy at 8ft 6”. Always maintained that the Gills released him for a reason ———>> useless.

Stick with the preview prediction: 2-0 ITFC. Another MacBonne brace.

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Mr Madley, when its a clear offside but play continues, and then after the ball is out, THEN the linesman flags? Whats that all about?
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Post by BLUEBLOOD » Wed Sep 08, 2021 12:43 pm

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No! That was Richard Madley he said Judy Finnigan had a double handful .

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Post by BlueBalls » Wed Sep 08, 2021 12:48 pm

1-0 to Town

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Post by rossi » Wed Sep 08, 2021 1:13 pm

I have gone for a Town win, simply because no other result ought to be possible.

PC has now got the players he wants and has had the past 10 days to work with them. Even if some of the squad are not available for this particular game, we have a big enough and good enough squad to be able to beat Bolton easily.

No more talking about players needing time to gel, that's total bollox - they are professionals and in any other profession (eg medical, construction, IT, etc) teams are put together and start to produce immediately, football is no different.

No more talking from PC about how good a manager he is and how successful he has been in the past. The time to put up or shut up is here.

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Post by saint jude » Wed Sep 08, 2021 2:57 pm

it's a shame to see a team name like Bolton Wanderers fall away in recent years like they have. You'd have to go back to the 1950's for any real accomplishments but they were a big name once upon a time. To the business in hand and while a relief to move on from any and all damn international breaks this is a game we essentially have to win.

cook can't live off adequate performances and one point at a time alone so long as he remains manager. The new owners may view it as 'progress' but for anyone who can see below the surface it's far less than what the team requires.

We fail to register victories from here on, irrespective of reasonable performance or 1 point/s, we're going to have too much to make up as weeks go on. Voted for us to win, this is a very good opportunity for first victory but how much do the players really want it. A new team essentially is all very good and well but how long can you allow the standard "give it time to work or function" adage to continue..

ITFC 2 Bolton 0

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Post by JOHN DEERE » Wed Sep 08, 2021 4:41 pm

3-1. It's time.

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Post by number 9 » Wed Sep 08, 2021 6:18 pm

Thanks for the preview as always! Do we know what fixture Morsy will be available for? I know it's 3 games, right?...just not sure when the ban begins.
Will Celina go straight into the squad? Probably I think. We should be able to clinch a win. Bolton have had trouble scoring in a few games. Of course, they'll probably score against us though. I'm going for ITFC 3 v 2 Bolton.

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Post by Bluemike » Wed Sep 08, 2021 7:09 pm

Morsy will be available for Doncaster at home on Tuesday 28th, he can however play in next Tuesdays. Papa Johns trophy match at home to West Ham.

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Post by JohnnyB » Wed Sep 08, 2021 8:07 pm

2 - 0. Goal in each half. Edwards to find the net.

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Post by number 9 » Wed Sep 08, 2021 9:00 pm

Bluemike wrote:
Wed Sep 08, 2021 7:09 pm
Morsy will be available for Doncaster at home on Tuesday 28th, he can however play in next Tuesdays. Papa Johns trophy match at home to West Ham.
Cheers! I’m really looking forward to seeing him play. I’ve got a good feeling about him.

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Post by patthegimp » Wed Sep 08, 2021 9:42 pm

1st Town win. COYB

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Post by JamessB » Fri Sep 10, 2021 9:09 am

Who can forget the amazing play-off semi final against Bolton in 2000, what a game! Unlikely to be so many goals on Saturday though so going for a 2-0 Town win

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Post by Kerry Blue » Fri Sep 10, 2021 9:47 am

Someone on that other site saying Edwards has picked up a knock and won't be playing 😩 and of course I put him down to score the first goal 😓 let's hope it's nothing much.

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Post by tangfastic » Fri Sep 10, 2021 11:11 am

Half expecting Celina to miss out, but it’s a big blow that misses Edwards out, too.

So I guess those wide areas will be picked from Burns, Aluko, Fraser, Chaplin. Maybe even Barry or Bonne. Even Coulson could move forward and Penney comes in at LB. Certainly got options.

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Post by Bluemike » Fri Sep 10, 2021 11:46 am

Lol, so much for injuries being a thing of the past at ITFC, bloody joke, assuming its true.

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Post by Shed on tour » Fri Sep 10, 2021 3:02 pm

As I’m on holiday in Yorkshire and missing this game no doubt Town will get their first win. :lol:
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Post by Charnwood » Fri Sep 10, 2021 3:18 pm

Another good preview Mike with many of us sharing similar thoughts and expectations and for once thankful for the normally unwelcome International break. My heart tells me it’s about time we give a visiting team a good 5-0 thumping and start a decent run but until we get a a couple of wins under our belt I fear each game will be a little tense. I just hope and pray the brainless amongst our fans don’t expect every game to be easy and take any frustrations out on the players.

As I said my heart wants a big win but my head says a home win by the narrowest one goal margin but even that will make me happy.

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Post by shabba » Sat Sep 11, 2021 8:29 am

Their fans seem to accept it’ll be a hard game.

https://www.the-wanderer.co.uk/viewtopi ... =4&t=27292

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Post by Bluemike » Sat Sep 11, 2021 9:49 am

It should be a hard game for them, sadly Cheltenham, Burton, Morecambe, MK Dons and Wimbledon fans all said that too.

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Post by JohnnyB » Sat Sep 11, 2021 2:18 pm

Walton

KVY edmundson burgess coulson

Harper evans

Burns Chaplin aluko

Bonne

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Post by Kerry Blue » Sat Sep 11, 2021 2:20 pm

As expected at the back but we must have even more injuries, 🤔Holy and Jackson on the bench.😩

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Post by JohnnyB » Sat Sep 11, 2021 2:24 pm

Be interesting to see what sort of game Sone Aluko has. And Chaplin

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Post by marko69 » Sat Sep 11, 2021 2:47 pm

This is a big BIG game......., especially with the back 4. Most screaming out for the Edmundson / Burgess pairing and it is finally happening. HUGE game. Hopefully both Vaclav & Coulson benefit from this and it all clicks into place.

COME ON, Lads......., for Cookie & his family......., get the job done.

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Post by tangfastic » Sat Sep 11, 2021 2:59 pm

JohnnyB wrote:
Sat Sep 11, 2021 2:18 pm
Walton

KVY edmundson burgess coulson

Harper evans

Burns Chaplin aluko

Bonne
And the bench.

Subs: Holy, Donacien, Penney, Carroll, Barry, Jackson, Pigott.

Fraser injured? Can see Aluko coming under a lot of scrutiny. Looked well of the pace in previous games.

Woolf injured? I thought we needed one home grown player in the squad.

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Post by marko69 » Sat Sep 11, 2021 3:00 pm

And look out for Eoin Doyle......., Knows how to score goals.

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Post by Steve and Jo » Sat Sep 11, 2021 3:17 pm

One day we might just cut out the individual errors you know

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Post by Steve and Jo » Sat Sep 11, 2021 3:20 pm

don't believe what i am listening too here

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Post by marko69 » Sat Sep 11, 2021 3:22 pm

Keeping up with the average of conceding at home!!

FFS. Come on.

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Post by Steve and Jo » Sat Sep 11, 2021 3:23 pm

We score and take leads but never hold on to the leads. Now just crazy, would consider take off Vincent-Young and replace with Donacien now

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