LiveMATCHDAY LIVE: Bolton Wanderers 1 v Wigan Athletic 1

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5:38pm

And that concludes today's coverage. Be sure to check out Marc Iles' match report by clicking the link here.

5:37pm

DF: "Today was all about two goalkeepers, but Adam Bogdan just piped him to the post in man of the match of goalie's"

5:36pm

DF: "Adam Bogdan has not saved that by luck, it is because he is mentally strong"

5:36pm

DF: "These players will not give up for anything"

5:36pm

DF: "I felt today it was all about us and how well we played"

5:35pm

DF: "It is a big turning point in the game"

5:34pm

DF: "Very disappointed with the decision when we were through on goal"

5:33pm

DF: "It was a fantastic effort from the group of players"

5:33pm

DF: "I feel today very proud of the players, for 80 minutes we were by far the better side"

5:32pm

Now Dougie Feedman enters

5:30pm

UR: " Like Arsene Wenger always says, I didn't see it" - regarding Boyce's tackle on Trotter

5:29pm

UR: "At times we didn't cope with the physical game"

5:27pm

UR: "In the end there was only one team on the pitch"

5:27pm

UR: "We have 61% possession"

5:26pm

UR:" We have to be better on Tuesday than we was today"

5:26pm

UR: "They (Wigan players) got nervous after they scored"

5:25pm

UR: " I had good players out there who couldn't handle the derby situation"

5:25pm

UR: "I dont know, should I be happy or should I be dissappointed"

5:24pm

Uwe Rosler enters the press room

 

5:18pm

Craig Davies played the final four minutes in Preston's 1-0 home victory over Crawley

5:16pm

Sanmi Odeulsi lasted only 22 minutes for MK Dons as they were defeated at home by Wolves.  The young winger was introduced from the bench on the 58th minute before receiving two yellow cards in two minutes (78 & 80) to cut his afternoon short.

5:13pm

Youngster Josh Vela continues to have a positive impact at Notts County, helping them to their third win on the bounce at home Colchester.  The Bolton youth team graduate has played every minute and won every game since joining the Nottingham side.

5:10pm

Keith Andrews played the full 90 minutes as Brighton were beaten at home by two goal to nil by Middlesbrough

5:09pm

A quick look on the loan front; Marvin Sordell played 58 minutes for Charlton in their 3-0 away defeat to Derby

5:06pm

While we await the arrival of the managers, why not give Marc Iles' match report a read by clicking the link here

4:57pm

That may be the end of the game but it is not the end of our coverage.  We have all the post-match reaction from the press conference's right coming up

4:56pm

Bogdan the hero in the end, brilliant penalty save at the death to earn Bolton a point after Fortune got the wrong side of the Wheater and McManaman was fouled

4:54pm

And the referee bring the game to an end.  You wont find a better final fives minutes to a game than we have just witnessed here!

4:53pm

Fantastic save at full stretch to his right to keep out Gomez's spot-kick

4:52pm

Bogdan saves!!!

4:52pm

McManaman is brought down in the penalty area by Wheater

4:51pm

Penalty Wigan!!!

4:51pm

Spearing breaks three-on-three with Medo to his right and Beckford to his left, he chooses the latter but the striker loses possession inside the box

4:50pm

A superb acrobatic clearence from McManaman's looping header, what a fgrantic end to the game!

4:49pm

Beckford clears off the line!

4:49pm

Gomez to take the free-kick inswinging

4:48pm

Wheater is booked for a foul down Wigans right channel

4:48pm

There will be a minimum five minutes added time

4:48pm

Both managers have dealt all of their cards as we approach injury time, this game could go either way

4:47pm

A cross from the left found Powell in space 12-yards out and he dispatched his shot in to the roof of the net leaving Bogdan with no chance.  All square.

4:46pm

Powell slams the ball home to equalise

4:45pm

That shot came out of nothing, Al-Habsi seemed to have it covered though

4:45pm

Moritz prods a shot past the post from 12-yards

4:44pm

'Jukeeee' rings around the ground as he leaves the field to a standing ovation 

4:44pm

Jutkiewicz is replaced by Beckford

4:43pm

Beausejour enters the referee's book for his actions

4:43pm

Medo is cynically fouled by Beausejour as he looked to break on the counter, free-kick Bolton

4:41pm

Moritz and Spearing have shots blocked by Barnett after a surging run from Hutton to get to the byline and pull the ball back 

4:40pm

The short corner is worked towards Spearing at the edge of the area but his shot is blocked and the visitors clear

4:39pm

Moritz takes and switches play to Medo, he crosses and Barnett turns the ball behind for a corner

4:39pm

Bolton have a free-kick midway in the Wigan half

4:39pm

Powell's cross is aimed at McManaman but is overhit and goes behind for a goalkick

4:38pm

Medo has taken up position on the right, Chungy on the left.  Moritz in behind Jutkiewicz

4:37pm

Baptiste has slotted in to a defensive-midfield position alongside Spearing

4:36pm

Hall and Trotter are replaced by Moritz and Baptiste

4:36pm

Wheater clears McManaman's cross from the left

4:33pm

Gomez overhit's the corner and Bolton have a throw-in on the far side

4:33pm

McManaman now wins a corner off Ream down the right

4:32pm

Waghorn bursts down the right and wins a corner off Medo

4:31pm

Both players are back on their feet and play resumes

4:31pm

That is the second largest attendance this season at the Reebok , behind Leeds United's visit in September

4:30pm

18,853 is todays official attendance

4:29pm

Trotter is back on his feet

4:28pm

Perch and Trotter collide outside the Wanderers penalty area, the refeee blows up instantly and both physio's rush on

4:27pm

Powell replaces McArthur

4:25pm

Jutkiewicz heads Hall's cross over the 'bar

4:25pm

Ream produces a couple of step-overs before cutting in on his right foot and bending an effort towards the far post- Al-Habsi turns the ball behind

4:24pm

Knight produces a last ditch tackle on McManaman to preserve Wanderers' lead

4:23pm

Waghorn stands the ball up for Fortune and his header is clawed off the line by Bogdan 

4:21pm

Al-Habsi is in inspired form today, getting down low to his left to keep out Ream's low shot

4:20pm

Hall's corner is tipped over again by Al-Habsi from a Ream header

4:20pm

Ream's free-kick is cleared as far as Spearing who drives a wonderful shot towards goal and Al-Habsi tips it over the 'bar at full stretch!

4:19pm

Hall wins a free-kick 10-yards outside the Wigan penalty area, Ream is standing over it

4:17pm

Back to the Boyce incident - the referee initially didn't award a free-kick, the assistant referee flagged the foul then they consulted and came to the decision of a yellow card.  There was definitely no covering defender and Trotter had the ball in his possesson

4:15pm

Tunnicliffe is replaced by Collison

4:14pm

Spearing's corner is cleared as far as medo but his follow up flies over the crossbar

4:14pm

Boyce clears behind under pressure from Jutkiewicz

4:13pm

Boyce is walking a very fine line at the minute

4:12pm

Jutkiewicz goes down in the box under pressure from Boyce, the referee says no penalty

4:12pm

I'm clueless as to why that wasn't a red card

4:11pm

Hall's free-kick clipped the top of the wall and behind for a corner

4:11pm

Free-kick one-yard outside the box, Trotter was steaming through on goal when apprehended by Boyce, no covering defenders around.  Boo's ring around the Reebok aimed at the referee

4:10pm

Yellow card is the decision, Boyce is one extremely lucky man

4:10pm

Boyce is the culprit

4:09pm

Trotter is fouled by the last man, the assistant referee flags....

4:09pm

Beausejour stands a cross up at the back post and Barnett headed goalwards but Bogdan was brilliantly positioned to keep it out

4:07pm

Hall found Chungy unmarked in the penalty area but the winger's thunderous shot cannoned off Knight and behind for a goalkick

4:06pm

Hall looked to beat Al-Habsi at his near-post but the goalkeeper read it and tipped the ball behind for a corner

4:05pm

Jutkiewicz swings a leg at the ball and completely misses it after Chungy did well downt he right to win the ball back and find the striker in the box

4:04pm

McManaman jumps straight in to the action skipping past a couple of challenges and firing over the crossbar from distance

4:03pm

Wigan get the second-half underway

4:02pm

HT sub: McClean is replaced by McManaman

4:02pm

Al-Habsi receives a round of applause from the Wanderers fans behind his goal as he returns to the pitch

3:47pm

The referee brings the first-half to a conclusion.  Bolton lead thanks to Jutkiewicz's goal

3:46pm

Hall doing his defensive duties on the left playing the ball off Waghorn for a Bolton throw

3:45pm

There will be a minimum of one minute added time

3:44pm

Chungy is back on his feet with no treatment required

3:44pm

McClean goes in with a heavy tackle on Chungy who stay down holding his ankle, WIgan play on with Beausejour who lofts a cross way over Bogdan's crossbar

3:42pm

Bogdan gets down to his right to produce and easy save from a tame Waghorn effort

3:42pm

The short corner is cut out and Wigan look to break, Medo commits a professional foul to stop the counter-attack and recieves a yellow card

3:40pm

Hall lofts in a brilliant cross from the left that is needed to be turned behind by Beausejour with Jutkiewicz lurking

3:39pm

The Wanderers' defence stands strong and a stray pass from Tunnicliffe relieves some pressure

3:38pm

Wigan piling on the pressure now, Bolton with 10 men behind the ball

3:36pm

The corner ends up falling for Hall who shoots on the turn but fails to keep his effort down

3:36pm

Great pressure from Jutkiewicz forcing Beausejour to play the ball back to Al-Habsi and the 'keeper slices the ball behind for a corner

3:34pm

Gomez's free-kick is headed over the crossbar by Boyce

3:33pm

Trotter fouls Barnett midway in the Bolton half

3:32pm

Perfect delivery by Hall who's left-footed cross is met by Jutkiewicz six-yards out and he pokes the ball past Al-Habsi iunchallenged to give Wanderers the lead!

3:31pm

Jutkiewicz puts Bolton ahead!

3:30pm

Jutkiewicz wins a free-kick in an attacking position 10-yards outside the penalty area on the right side

3:30pm

Hall and Chungy have swapped wings, Hall now on the right, Chungy on the left

3:29pm

Waghorn doesn't get enough contact on McClean's corner and Bolton clear

3:28pm

Knight  heads a dinked pass behind for a corner

3:27pm

And Jutkiewicz has had the best chance thus far stinging the palms of Al-Habsi with his volley early on

3:27pm

Wigan have still yet to penetrate the Bolton defence

3:24pm

Spearing's corner is headed over by Jutkiewicz

3:24pm

Speraring takes the free-kick short to Ream who bursts down the line and wins a corner off Perch

3:23pm

Waghorn cynically trips Ream and is shown a yellow card

3:23pm

Jutkiewicz powers past Barnett and drives an effort hard and low across goal but trickles out for a throw-in on the far side

3:22pm

A nervy moment at the back for Bolton as McClean nips in between Knight and Bogdan with them indecisive on who deals with the danger, but the ball has just enough pace on it to evade the frontman and Bogdan collects

3:19pm

A number of consecutive corners forn the visiors end with Bolton counter-attacking with Chungy but he shot over the crossbar after a one-two with Hall 

3:18pm

Fortune has another effort deflected behind inches past the post

3:17pm

Wheater denies an almost certain goal as his sliding tackle denies Fortune from Waghorn's low cross

3:16pm

Screams of handball as the corner strikes the referee's arm in the penalty area, no suprise he waves play on there

3:15pm

Gomez wins a corner off Trotter on their right-hand side

3:14pm

The ball evades everyone and goes behind for a goalkick

3:14pm

Hutton wins a free-kick on the right channel, Spearing to deliver inswinging

3:13pm

Foul throw from Beausejour, astonishing how players of this clibre can still get such a basic skill so wrong 

3:12pm

Medo again right on the toes of Gomez to snatch the ball from his possession

3:11pm

It is taken left to McClean and Hutton's pressure forces it behind for a goalkick 

3:11pm

Medo fouls Gomez midway in the Bolton half, free-kick Wigan

3:09pm

Jutkiewicz heads Knight's long ball behind for a goalkick

3:09pm

Spearing and Medo are winning the ball back really quickly in the middle of the park, Bolton not letting their visitors settle in the early stages

3:06pm

Wheater meets Spearing's corner but the danger is cleared

3:06pm

What a stop from Al-Habsi! Trotter heads the ball into the path of Jutkiewicz and he hits a stinging volley which is tipped behind by the former Wanderers 'keeper at full stretch

3:05pm

Comical chant from the Wigan fans 'Uwe Rosler, he doesn't wear shorts' 

3:04pm

Medo seems to be playing further forward than Spearing, 4-1-2-2-1 with the ball, 4-2-3-1 without

3:02pm

Trotter breaks through the Wigan defence to latch on to Medo's through ball but the flag is raised for offside

3:01pm

Superb work from Jutkiewicz to bring down Knight's long ball down from kick-off and skip past Barnett to lay the ball off for Hall

3:00pm

Nearly the perfect start from Bolton as Hall swings an effort goalwards and Al Habsi drops the ball backwards before collecting at the second attempt

3:00pm

Wanderers get the first-half underway

2:58pm

With 12 goals in the last three outings between the two clubs we could be in for goal fest today!

2:57pm

The players are heading out of the tunnel.  Wanderers in white, Wigan in black

2:53pm

As you would expect Wigan have travelled in their numbers, filling the top and half of the bottom tier

2:50pm

A loss today would leave Bolton unmoved in 17th

2:49pm

Wanderers could jump in to 14th position with a victory this afternoon

2:43pm

In 29 games, Drysdale has issued eight red cards and 91 yellows

2:43pm

Todays referee is Darren Drysdale from Lincolnshire and is officiaing Bolton for the first time

2:34pm

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2:15pm Sat 29 Mar 14

J J J J says

No danns or davies or mills in the squad? what? still hoping for a good result regardless. 4-3-3? or 4-2-3-1? looks more like a 4-3-3 with spearing medo and trotter sitting deep?

2:34pm

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2:30pm

So, what do you make of the team?

2:27pm

This is set to be Hutton's final game for the club with his loan expiring today

2:24pm

Looks like it could be a possible 4-2-3-1 for the Wanderers.  Expect Hall and Chungy to offer more width than Davies/Danns

2:20pm

WAFC subs: Nicholls, McManaman, Powell, Ramis, Maynard, Kiernan, Collison

2:19pm

WAFC starting XI: Al Habsi, McClean, Gomez, McArthur, Boyce, Beausejour, Perch, Barnett, Tunnicliffe, Fortune, Waghorn

2:14pm

No spot on the bench for the absent trio, will enquire in to possible injuries

2:13pm

Three changes for The WHites following the midweek 1-0 victory over Blackpool; Trotter, Hall & Chungy in, Danns, Davies & Mason out

2:11pm

BWFC subs: Lonergan, Baptiste, Threlkeld, Kellett, Moritz, Beckford, Robinson

2:10pm

BWFC starting XI: Bogdan, Hutton, Knight, Wheater, Ream, Medo, Spearing, Trotter, Lee, Hall, Jutkiewicz

2:09pm

Still awaiting team news here at the Reebok as Adam Bogdan and Andy Lonergan begin their warm up

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1:50pm Sat 29 Mar 14

J J J J says

its a beautiful day, im looking for a beautiful result! :D smiles for today :D

1:53pm

Teams should be out in 10 minutes or so - but what would YOU do in Dougie Freedman's shoes?

1:49pm

It's the last derby day of the season - and after beating Blackpool on Tuesday night, Dougie Freedman's side will want to build on that momentum.

1:48pm

Good afternoon everyone - and what a gorgeous afternoon it is at the Reebok. Welcome to Matchday Live!

9:06am

Join us at around 1.30pm for all the pre-match build up and team news, with live match commentary from 3pm and post-match reaction from both managers at 5pm.

9:04am

The Bolton News:

TOP SCORER AGAINST WIGAN

Julian Darby - four goals

9:02am

OVERALL RECORD AGAINST WIGAN

(all competitionS)

PLAYED - 41

WON - 15

DRAWN - 10

LOST - 16

FOR - 51

AGAINST - 46 

9:00am

The Bolton News:

MEMORABLE MATCHES

13/3/2010

Premier League

Wanderers 4 Wigan Athletic 0

IT didn’t get much better than this in the 2009/10 season as Owen Coyle’s side pulled clear of the relegation picture.
Johan Elmander, pictured, got the Whites off to a flying start 10 minutes in but it wasn’t until shortly after the break that Kevin Davies doubled the lead from the penalty spot after the hapless Gary Caldwell had hacked down Tamir Cohen.
Fabrice Muamba then scored a memorable goal – perhaps his best in Wanderers colours – to make it three before Matty Taylor put the icing on the cake with the fourth with another powerfully struck effort a few minutes before the end.

 

7/10/1989

Division Three

Wanderers 3 Wigan Athletic 2

THERE is still a debate about who scored the winning goal a few minutes from time for Wanderers in this thrilling tie at Burnden Park.
The Latics – who had not won a game in eight attempts in the old Third Division – raced into a two-goal lead before the break.
Wanderers looked set to lose an unbeaten record that stretched back 10 months but once Tony Philliskirk pulled one back from the penalty spot and Julian Darby draw Phil Neal’s side level, there was only going to be one winner.
The decisive goal, scored a couple of minutes before the final whistle, was claimed by both Philliskirk and Darby – although the latter now has his name in the record books.

10/4/1993

Division Two

Wigan Athletic 0 Wanderers 2

TONY Kelly came back to haunt his former club with a famous goal at the Latics’ ramshackle old Springfield Park ground.
Wigan were struggling near the foot of the table and had just dispensed with the services of manager Bryan Hamilton when they met a Wanderers side bang in form.
Kelly opened the scoring with a delightful finish after a one-two with Andy Walker before the goal-poaching Scot finished the job with the second strike of the afternoon.

8:58am

FOOT IN BOTH CAMPS

The Bolton News: Former Whites star Per Frandsen

PER FRANDSEN

Wanderers 1996-1999 & 2000-2004

Wigan 2004

The classy Dane joined up with Colin Todd’s side shortly after their relegation from the top flight but quickly established himself as one of the best players in the division.
He became a huge fan favourite and Todd’s resignation in 1999 came as a result of his sale to Blackburn. He returned, scoring a crucial goal against Middlesbrough under Sam Allardyce to keep the club up, and then helped Wigan into the big time.

 

The Bolton News:

TONY KELLY

Wigan 1984-1986

Wanderers 1991-1994

The influential midfielder with a magic wand of a left foot was voted Wigan's player of the year in 1985 after he scored in their 3-1 Football League Trophy triumph against Brentford at Wembley. Kelly then moved on to Burnden Park and became a fan favourite, pulling the strings in perhaps the most fondly-remembered Whites side of all time under Bruce Rioch.


JOHN HIGGINS

Wanderers 1952-1961

Wigan 1961-1963

Undoubtedly the highlight of Higgins’ Wanderers career was being part of the team that upset the applecart to defeat Manchester United 2-0 in the 1958 FA Cup final at Wembley.
He went on to make 202 appearances for the Whites but never got on the scoresheet, swapping Lancashire clubs in 1961 to turn out 77 times for the non league Latics, then playing in the Cheshire League.

8:50am

The Bolton News: Owen Coyle has tipped Nick Powell, pictured, to be a star

ONE TO WATCH - Nick Powell

The Manchester United youngster was the architect of Wigan’s win over Wanderers at Christmas and has supplied 11 goals to the Latics’ promotion push so far.
Powell’s superior movement off the ball proved the difference at the DW Stadium, with the Whites defence struggling to track him all day.
He has been less prolific in the second half of the campaign but will still need to be closely monitored at the Reebok.

8:49am

The Bolton News: Carlton Cole battles with Wigan's Emmerson Boyce on Saturday (c)

WIGAN ATHLETIC TEAM NEWS

Uwe Rosler admitted there had been a sickness bug in the camp earlier this week - but would not reveal the names of the players involved.

Shaun Maloney and Gary Caldwell are back in contention after injury, while Emmerson Boyce, pictured, is also expected to come back in defence.

Wigan will defnitely be missing Ben Watson (broken leg), Chris McCann (fractured kneecap) and Roger Espinoza (hernia).

8:45am

The Bolton News: Wanderers midfielder Mark Davies

WANDERERS TEAM NEWS

Mark Davies is back in contention for the Whites after having a pain-killing injection in his groin earlier this week.

Adam Bogdan has shaken off a hip problem, while Matt Mills could also figure after returning to full training.

Alex Baptiste returns from suspension, while new loan signing Andy Robinson could also feature on the bench. 

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1:50pm Sat 29 Mar 14

J J J J says...

its a beautiful day, im looking for a beautiful result! :D smiles for today :D
its a beautiful day, im looking for a beautiful result! :D smiles for today :D J J J J
  • Score: 1

2:15pm Sat 29 Mar 14

J J J J says...

No danns or davies or mills in the squad? what? still hoping for a good result regardless. 4-3-3? or 4-2-3-1? looks more like a 4-3-3 with spearing medo and trotter sitting deep?
No danns or davies or mills in the squad? what? still hoping for a good result regardless. 4-3-3? or 4-2-3-1? looks more like a 4-3-3 with spearing medo and trotter sitting deep? J J J J
  • Score: 1

3:24pm Sat 29 Mar 14

Liamdog says...

How the mighty have fallen. Southampton junior squad players on loan , and apathy setting in all around.
How the mighty have fallen. Southampton junior squad players on loan , and apathy setting in all around. Liamdog
  • Score: 3

4:28pm Sat 29 Mar 14

boltonnut says...

Liamdog wrote:
How the mighty have fallen. Southampton junior squad players on loan , and apathy setting in all around.
The junior player was labeled a "starlet" by a BN reporter midweek.The definition of "starlet" pertains to a young female.
[quote][p][bold]Liamdog[/bold] wrote: How the mighty have fallen. Southampton junior squad players on loan , and apathy setting in all around.[/p][/quote]The junior player was labeled a "starlet" by a BN reporter midweek.The definition of "starlet" pertains to a young female. boltonnut
  • Score: 2

5:13pm Sat 29 Mar 14

CeBe from Sweden says...

A real good fight from BWFC today! Only a brilliant goal from Powell stopped them from a derseved win I Think. Before Wigans goal and their penalty Bolton had several god opportunitys to kill the game. Better luck next time. And what a save from that penalty!
A real good fight from BWFC today! Only a brilliant goal from Powell stopped them from a derseved win I Think. Before Wigans goal and their penalty Bolton had several god opportunitys to kill the game. Better luck next time. And what a save from that penalty! CeBe from Sweden
  • Score: 5

6:04pm Sat 29 Mar 14

steveG says...

Decent performance from Bolton spoiled only by the Managers decisions which threatened to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.
At 1-0 with 15 to go Bolton were in no trouble at all.
The decision to take off Trotter and Hall was completely unnecessary and though not in itself startling, as neither were having great games, was definitely the turning point as Trotters replacement,Baptiste
, was woeful in a central midfield role, as most supporters would have expected and the resulting imbalance put Wigan on the front foot.

Dougies loving of unnecessary decisions will ultimately be his downfall in his chosen career of football Management.
Decent performance from Bolton spoiled only by the Managers decisions which threatened to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. At 1-0 with 15 to go Bolton were in no trouble at all. The decision to take off Trotter and Hall was completely unnecessary and though not in itself startling, as neither were having great games, was definitely the turning point as Trotters replacement,Baptiste , was woeful in a central midfield role, as most supporters would have expected and the resulting imbalance put Wigan on the front foot. Dougies loving of unnecessary decisions will ultimately be his downfall in his chosen career of football Management. steveG
  • Score: 5

10:27pm Sat 29 Mar 14

Beyond News Forum says...

Seriously Steve shut up...
Seriously Steve shut up... Beyond News Forum
  • Score: -4

7:42am Sun 30 Mar 14

By George says...

This was a Lancashire Derby not a Greater Manchester Derby Greater Manchester is like Brussels to us not wanted and not needed and a waste of money. Thus, many People from fiercely insist that they live in Lancashire, not in Greater Manchester, as do many Oldhamers, Wiganers and Rochdalians! Even more confusingly, parts of Trafford, and Stockport used to be within the County of Cheshire. When the people who live in Scotland have their say on independance then we should have the same opportunity for Lancastrians. the Wigan Bolton game was a thriller two good Lancastrian Towns represented.
This was a Lancashire Derby not a Greater Manchester Derby Greater Manchester is like Brussels to us not wanted and not needed and a waste of money. Thus, many People from fiercely insist that they live in Lancashire, not in Greater Manchester, as do many Oldhamers, Wiganers and Rochdalians! Even more confusingly, parts of Trafford, and Stockport used to be within the County of Cheshire. When the people who live in Scotland have their say on independance then we should have the same opportunity for Lancastrians. the Wigan Bolton game was a thriller two good Lancastrian Towns represented. By George
  • Score: 1

9:00am Sun 30 Mar 14

the hand says...

Twas a good game and a good atmosphere for a change was only mared by dougies tacticle changes baptise a holding midfielder I think not and is it just me or is watching trotter like looking at Michael rickets on the pitch again another lazy git
Twas a good game and a good atmosphere for a change was only mared by dougies tacticle changes baptise a holding midfielder I think not and is it just me or is watching trotter like looking at Michael rickets on the pitch again another lazy git the hand
  • Score: 3

10:00am Sun 30 Mar 14

Liamdog says...

Steve G , Spot on . Good performance spoiled almost ruined by DF negative changes.
Steve G , Spot on . Good performance spoiled almost ruined by DF negative changes. Liamdog
  • Score: 5

11:02am Sun 30 Mar 14

Beyond News Forum says...

I'm sick of hearing about negativity. Trotter got crocked with not much on the bench to do anything with... FFS the fans being negative is spiraling onto the pitch.

WE ALL CAN SEE THAT WE SHOULD HAVE KEPT THE BALL FOR 15 MINUTES and put it in the corner... HALF OF YOU WOULD THEN WHINE ABOUT DF's TIME WASTING.
I'm sick of hearing about negativity. Trotter got crocked with not much on the bench to do anything with... FFS the fans being negative is spiraling onto the pitch. WE ALL CAN SEE THAT WE SHOULD HAVE KEPT THE BALL FOR 15 MINUTES and put it in the corner... HALF OF YOU WOULD THEN WHINE ABOUT DF's TIME WASTING. Beyond News Forum
  • Score: -5

1:55pm Sun 30 Mar 14

Liamdog says...

We're not going up we're not going down, The negativity is not being driven by the fans but by DF himself. I saw little evidence of any negativity when we played two front before DF decided to change thigs against Derby. This set of players must be allowed to attack teams more, they want it and so. Do the fans wantt it. , At this stage of the season we have nothing else to lose. We played very well for most of the game upto the changes. Let's have some positivity to take into next season . DF grow some, get the fans on board once and for all stop tinkering . Stevie G like I said , spot on lad.
We're not going up we're not going down, The negativity is not being driven by the fans but by DF himself. I saw little evidence of any negativity when we played two front before DF decided to change thigs against Derby. This set of players must be allowed to attack teams more, they want it and so. Do the fans wantt it. , At this stage of the season we have nothing else to lose. We played very well for most of the game upto the changes. Let's have some positivity to take into next season . DF grow some, get the fans on board once and for all stop tinkering . Stevie G like I said , spot on lad. Liamdog
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