THE Bolton football bubble is awash with rumour and hearsay that there are millions of pounds missing from the BWFC accounts.

If you read The Bolton News, in the last 12 months there has been in excess of £20million come into the club from player transfers, training ground and car park sales and even £5million from the family of the previous owner.

Add to this 10,000 season ticket sales and  money from turnstile and other payments in and you are probably looking at incomings approaching £30million.

Where has all this cash gone?

While Ken Anderson has now had more let offs than Donald Trump in his brinkmanship, everybody else at our beloved club is made to suffer.

Then what does he do?  He shortlists a millionaire, twice bankrupt, buyer as popular with fans of his former club Watford as Owen Oyston is at Blackpool.

We are being bled dry by people from an alternative universe.

The non-payment of wages finally spilled over onto the playing field last Saturday.

Our first-half performance was the worst 45 minutes I have witnessed in the last 65 years of being a Bolton fan.  Ipswich regularly put together eight, nine and 10-pass moves and were comfortably 2-0 up at half time.

Conversely, Bolton could not put together any two or three-pass moves.

We played big Josh Magennis as a lone striker – pathetic team tactics yet again from Phil Parkinson.

Not until Luca Connell and little Erhun Oztumer came on did we even look like a Championship football team. 

On our overall Championship form and with the continuation of BWFC asset-stripping, we could quite easily be playing Chorley FC in a couple of seasons.

And our assets by then will be about the same as Chorley FC.

Let buyer and seller beware – we are on your case. 

Tony Ambrose