LiveMATCHDAY: Bolton Wanderers 3 Bury 2

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Summary

  • Bolton Wanderers 3 (Davies 90+7, Sedgwick og 93, Danns 95)
  • Bury 2 (Lowe 20, McNulty 97)

10:44pm

10:23pm

10:21pm

10:14pm

Frantic claims of handball by the Bury players waved away by the referee. 

10:13pm

Corner for Bury.

10:12pm

97 - GOAL - Bolton 3 Bury 2 - Jim McNulty heads home a Nicky Adams free-kick.

10:09pm

95 - GOAL - BOLTON 3 Bury 1 - Neil Danns curls a screamer of a free-kick in to the top corner from 25 yards out.

10:08pm

93 – GOAL – BOLTON 2 Bury 1 – Bury’s Chris Sedgwick fails to stop Neil Danns’ downward header, turning it into his own net as he tried to clear from the back post.

10:06pm

92 - Bogdan tips behind Mayor's curling 25-yard strike.

9:59pm

Bolton 1 Bury 1 (extra time to come)

9:57pm

90+7 - GOAL - BOLTON 1 Bury 1 - Craig Davies slots into the bottom left corner.

9:56pm

90+5 - Penalty awarded to Bolton as Rob Lainton sticks out a hand to bring down Craig Davies.

9:54pm

93 - Adams chip goes just over.

9:54pm

Six minutes of injury time

9:46pm

90 - Thompson on for Lowe.

9:42pm

82 - Beckford fires over.

9:39pm

80 - Mayor curls it just wide.

9:38pm

78 - SUB - Danns for Pratley.

9:38pm

78 - SUB - Danns for Pratley.

9:27pm

66 - SUB - Lee for Hall and Davies for Wilkinson.

9:24pm

63 - SUB - Mayor on for Nardiello.

9:19pm

57 - Bogdan dives full length to his right to palm away Adams' free-kick.

9:16pm

55 - Lainton produces a superb one-handed stop to deny Wheater's shot inside the box.

9:13pm

52 - Trotter gets on the end of a one-two with Wilkinson but Lainton gets down well to smother his shot.

9:08pm

45 - SUB - Lainton on for Jalal

9:07pm

8:46pm

Three minutes of added time

8:45pm

45 - Hall storms into the Bury box from the left but his woeful ball is cut out by Sedgwick.

8:42pm

8:41pm

40 - Nardiello sidefoots a shot on goal that is easy for Bogdan.

8:39pm

37 - Beckford's chip is charged down by Jalal after the keeper and his captain Jim McNulty got themselves in a terrible tangle. Lax play from the pair of them saw the ball drop to Trotter but Beckford was unable to finish off his neat ball in behind the Bury defence.

8:36pm

35 - Adams shot driven straight at Threlkeld after good work from Lowe. Tireless running from the goalscorer.

8:33pm

32 - Soares wins a corner on the right.

8:32pm

31 - Lowe hits the side netting with a speculative effort wide out on the wide as he tried to catch Bogdan off guard in the Bolton net.

8:30pm

29 - Deep cross from Feeney on the right evades the Bury defence but Hall cannot control it as he came in at pace at the back post and the ball bounce harmlessly wide.

8:20pm

20 - GOAL - Bolton 0 BURY 1 - Ryan Lowe slots in from close range at the back post after a low centre from Andrew Tutte on the right. The centre midfielder continued his run after Tom Soares intercepted the ball and he was fed by the wing-back. Intelligent play.

8:20pm

Absolutely teaming it down here, Bury still on top but Bolton look dangerous on the break.

8:18pm

18 - Tutte has time and space on the egde of the Bolton box but fails to find the target with his shot.

8:16pm

16 - Lowe shoots from distance but Bogdan gathers it clealy.

8:11pm

10 - Cheeky free-kick around the wall by Adams to the feet of Lowe whose low cross from the byline is cut out.

8:10pm

8 - Sedgwick loses the ball in his own third and Feeney is again the out ball on the Wanderers right but the pass is overcooked. Both wing-backs pushing on playing more like wingers.

8:07pm

Upbeat start from both sides with Bury having slightly more of the ball but Bolton almost catching them on the break as Liam Feeney sprinted clear down the right. 

Great covering tackle saw out the danger.

6 - Hussey just had the first shot on goal, but blazed his effort from the left corner of the box high and wide of the near post.

8:00pm

7:58pm

Players are out and there is no doubt which st of fans want this more.

Great turnout from the travelling Shakers army and what a noise!

7:45pm

Team news

Craig Jones has failed to shake off a side strain picked up in Saturday's defeat at home to Cheltenham and has been replaced by Chris Sedgwick.

Danny Mayor drops to the subs bench, with centre-back Nathan Cameron coming in in his place.

Manager David Flitcroft has switched formations, starting with a back three of Cameron, Pablo Mills and Jim McNulty, with Sedgwick and Chris Hussey playing as wing-backs and Nicky Adams sloitting in just behind the front two.

The Wanderers team has been pretty much overhauled from the side that lost 3-0 at Watford on the opening day, with manager Dougie Freedman making nine changes.   

7:37pm

Full line-ups

BURY (3-4-1-2): Jalal; Cameron, Mills, McNulty; Soares, Sedgwick, Tutte, Hussey; Adams; Lowe, Nardiello.

Subs: Lainton, Mayor, Thompson, O'Brien, Widdowson, Poole.

BOLTON WANDERERS (4-4-2): Bogdan, Threlkeld, Dervite, Wheater, Ream; Feeney, Pratley, Trotter, Hall, Beckford, Wilkinson.

Subs: Lonergan, White, Spearing, Danns, Lee, Clough, Davies.

Referee: Jeremy Simpson.

 

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11:31pm Tue 12 Aug 14

Eileenshakers says...

Two games played and two defeats,does anyone think we were unlucky tonight?.
For 96 minutes our players completely bossed a championship side that looked bereft of ideas and appear a club in crisis.
The difference between us was probably that we didn't have the nous to get over the line,instead of keeping possession up until the last kick of normal time we allowed their key goal threat an opportunity to run at our defence and subsequently con the referee in to giving them a ridiculous penalty which then rejuvenated them and killed our spirit in one blow.
Why does our manager never make substitutions which affect a positive impact on matches?.
well at least we gave The Trotters a run for their money but our brilliant fans should have been making the short trip home with a smile on their faces instead they will leave thinking our team has been cheated out of a deserved victory.
well I'm not Rob Lainton's biggest fan but he did pull off some very good saves tonight and of course hasn't played for our first team since the last time we were beaten in this same competition conceding 6 last time.
the one constant in our previous fixtures seems to be our players inability to see out matches.
In pre-season we conceded late against Blackburn Rovers and Rochdale,bad habits need to be nipped in the bud before the rot starts to set in.
I was concerned to see jalal replaced at half time because I don't think Rob is good enough as his deputy,so we need to sign a proven stopper if Jalal's injury is serious.
My overall opinion of this side is that there is a spark missing but once the engine starts we are going to give out a few hidings to our future opponents.
Am I right in saying that we have only kept one clean sheet in 11matches including pre-season and these 2 games? Against Ramsbottam.
the headlines should read "Bury fc steal defeat from the jaws of victory",in reality though a referee has been conned in to giving our opponents a get out of jail card with that penalty."Chin up lads",the season has only just began and we have 132 points to play for.
Two games played and two defeats,does anyone think we were unlucky tonight?. For 96 minutes our players completely bossed a championship side that looked bereft of ideas and appear a club in crisis. The difference between us was probably that we didn't have the nous to get over the line,instead of keeping possession up until the last kick of normal time we allowed their key goal threat an opportunity to run at our defence and subsequently con the referee in to giving them a ridiculous penalty which then rejuvenated them and killed our spirit in one blow. Why does our manager never make substitutions which affect a positive impact on matches?. well at least we gave The Trotters a run for their money but our brilliant fans should have been making the short trip home with a smile on their faces instead they will leave thinking our team has been cheated out of a deserved victory. well I'm not Rob Lainton's biggest fan but he did pull off some very good saves tonight and of course hasn't played for our first team since the last time we were beaten in this same competition conceding 6 last time. the one constant in our previous fixtures seems to be our players inability to see out matches. In pre-season we conceded late against Blackburn Rovers and Rochdale,bad habits need to be nipped in the bud before the rot starts to set in. I was concerned to see jalal replaced at half time because I don't think Rob is good enough as his deputy,so we need to sign a proven stopper if Jalal's injury is serious. My overall opinion of this side is that there is a spark missing but once the engine starts we are going to give out a few hidings to our future opponents. Am I right in saying that we have only kept one clean sheet in 11matches including pre-season and these 2 games? Against Ramsbottam. the headlines should read "Bury fc steal defeat from the jaws of victory",in reality though a referee has been conned in to giving our opponents a get out of jail card with that penalty."Chin up lads",the season has only just began and we have 132 points to play for. Eileenshakers
  • Score: 6

7:10am Wed 13 Aug 14

mammol says...

well i agree with most of the above however lets be clear Lainton just is not good enough !! harsh penalty yes but goals 2 and 3 well he should have done a lot better .
Jallal was injured in the first half but the latter substitutions of both Nardiello and Lowe ment it just kept coming back at us.
however i am so proud of the lads and i thought the 3 at the back looked very good with a special praise for Cammeron who finally looks like a good defender .
well done everyone including our brilliant fans.
well i agree with most of the above however lets be clear Lainton just is not good enough !! harsh penalty yes but goals 2 and 3 well he should have done a lot better . Jallal was injured in the first half but the latter substitutions of both Nardiello and Lowe ment it just kept coming back at us. however i am so proud of the lads and i thought the 3 at the back looked very good with a special praise for Cammeron who finally looks like a good defender . well done everyone including our brilliant fans. mammol
  • Score: 8

10:37am Wed 13 Aug 14

idav_uk says...

You failed to beat a Bolton side who played as poorly as I've seen them during the past decade. Dress it up as a glorious defeat if you like, but from this side of the fence it was a pretty even game between two poor sides, one of which edged it with quality in extra time.

Considering this is the biggest game in Bury's season - I was surprised you didn't bring more, especially as the whole reason for your clubs existence seems to be a misplaced rivalry with Bolton who couldn't really care less if you went out of existence tomorrow.
You failed to beat a Bolton side who played as poorly as I've seen them during the past decade. Dress it up as a glorious defeat if you like, but from this side of the fence it was a pretty even game between two poor sides, one of which edged it with quality in extra time. Considering this is the biggest game in Bury's season - I was surprised you didn't bring more, especially as the whole reason for your clubs existence seems to be a misplaced rivalry with Bolton who couldn't really care less if you went out of existence tomorrow. idav_uk
  • Score: -9

11:17am Wed 13 Aug 14

Eileenshakers says...

idav_uk wrote:
You failed to beat a Bolton side who played as poorly as I've seen them during the past decade. Dress it up as a glorious defeat if you like, but from this side of the fence it was a pretty even game between two poor sides, one of which edged it with quality in extra time.

Considering this is the biggest game in Bury's season - I was surprised you didn't bring more, especially as the whole reason for your clubs existence seems to be a misplaced rivalry with Bolton who couldn't really care less if you went out of existence tomorrow.
A typical mindless and unimportant comment from some Troll masquerading as a Trotters fan me thinks.
If you are a fan of BWFC then you won't be surprised at the poor attendance of your own fans,barely 7000 could be bothered to turn up for a local derby.
2500 shakers fans made a lot more noise than the sheepish Trotters,at least our fans didn't let us down just the referee and cheating tactics by the resulting penalty taker who belongs in league 1 with Chessy,that is about his level.
the Championship is an unforgiving league as BWFC will discover in their relegation fated season.
P.s with all of their debts how come your club is still in existence? Mmmm
[quote][p][bold]idav_uk[/bold] wrote: You failed to beat a Bolton side who played as poorly as I've seen them during the past decade. Dress it up as a glorious defeat if you like, but from this side of the fence it was a pretty even game between two poor sides, one of which edged it with quality in extra time. Considering this is the biggest game in Bury's season - I was surprised you didn't bring more, especially as the whole reason for your clubs existence seems to be a misplaced rivalry with Bolton who couldn't really care less if you went out of existence tomorrow.[/p][/quote]A typical mindless and unimportant comment from some Troll masquerading as a Trotters fan me thinks. If you are a fan of BWFC then you won't be surprised at the poor attendance of your own fans,barely 7000 could be bothered to turn up for a local derby. 2500 shakers fans made a lot more noise than the sheepish Trotters,at least our fans didn't let us down just the referee and cheating tactics by the resulting penalty taker who belongs in league 1 with Chessy,that is about his level. the Championship is an unforgiving league as BWFC will discover in their relegation fated season. P.s with all of their debts how come your club is still in existence? Mmmm Eileenshakers
  • Score: 10

12:25pm Wed 13 Aug 14

idav_uk says...

Aye. The people of Bolton have been rubbing their hands together with glee at the prospect of a mouth watering home tie against the bucket shakers.

Much as it might disappoint you to hear, drawing you in the cup caused very little excitement in Bolton. About as much anticipation as if we were playing Macclesfield or Chorley. ie - not very much.

Anyway - see you in another 10 years so you can have another day out.
Aye. The people of Bolton have been rubbing their hands together with glee at the prospect of a mouth watering home tie against the bucket shakers. Much as it might disappoint you to hear, drawing you in the cup caused very little excitement in Bolton. About as much anticipation as if we were playing Macclesfield or Chorley. ie - not very much. Anyway - see you in another 10 years so you can have another day out. idav_uk
  • Score: -10

1:23pm Thu 14 Aug 14

Ex Pat of Bury says...

idav_uk wrote:
You failed to beat a Bolton side who played as poorly as I've seen them during the past decade. Dress it up as a glorious defeat if you like, but from this side of the fence it was a pretty even game between two poor sides, one of which edged it with quality in extra time.

Considering this is the biggest game in Bury's season - I was surprised you didn't bring more, especially as the whole reason for your clubs existence seems to be a misplaced rivalry with Bolton who couldn't really care less if you went out of existence tomorrow.
Where did you get your crystal ball from---how do YOU know this is our biggest game of the season we might have Man Utd in the third rd of the cup for all you know dimwit.As for your lot looks like Bolton are on their way back down to join us,so if i where you i would focus on your premier memories as time goes by they are fading fast.Who knows Bolton v Bury may well be a league one fixture next year,ponder that one.
[quote][p][bold]idav_uk[/bold] wrote: You failed to beat a Bolton side who played as poorly as I've seen them during the past decade. Dress it up as a glorious defeat if you like, but from this side of the fence it was a pretty even game between two poor sides, one of which edged it with quality in extra time. Considering this is the biggest game in Bury's season - I was surprised you didn't bring more, especially as the whole reason for your clubs existence seems to be a misplaced rivalry with Bolton who couldn't really care less if you went out of existence tomorrow.[/p][/quote]Where did you get your crystal ball from---how do YOU know this is our biggest game of the season we might have Man Utd in the third rd of the cup for all you know dimwit.As for your lot looks like Bolton are on their way back down to join us,so if i where you i would focus on your premier memories as time goes by they are fading fast.Who knows Bolton v Bury may well be a league one fixture next year,ponder that one. Ex Pat of Bury
  • Score: 8

1:35pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Eileenshakers says...

idav_uk wrote:
Aye. The people of Bolton have been rubbing their hands together with glee at the prospect of a mouth watering home tie against the bucket shakers.

Much as it might disappoint you to hear, drawing you in the cup caused very little excitement in Bolton. About as much anticipation as if we were playing Macclesfield or Chorley. ie - not very much.

Anyway - see you in another 10 years so you can have another day out.
Only Fail fans make reference to bucket and our team's nickname in the same sentence,perhaps this troll has been identified me thinks.
Enjoy your final days in the Championship t'old lad for the team you claim to support is in decline and will be swapping places with The Lillywhites at the end of this season if they (Bw) haven't gone bust by then.
[quote][p][bold]idav_uk[/bold] wrote: Aye. The people of Bolton have been rubbing their hands together with glee at the prospect of a mouth watering home tie against the bucket shakers. Much as it might disappoint you to hear, drawing you in the cup caused very little excitement in Bolton. About as much anticipation as if we were playing Macclesfield or Chorley. ie - not very much. Anyway - see you in another 10 years so you can have another day out.[/p][/quote]Only Fail fans make reference to bucket and our team's nickname in the same sentence,perhaps this troll has been identified me thinks. Enjoy your final days in the Championship t'old lad for the team you claim to support is in decline and will be swapping places with The Lillywhites at the end of this season if they (Bw) haven't gone bust by then. Eileenshakers
  • Score: 1

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