OF the 194 different players to have represented Bolton Wanderers in the last decade, nine men managed only a solitary appearance.

First on the list is Adam Blakeman, the former Liverpool trainee who signed professionally with Wanderers in 2011 and made his only senior appearance against Macclesfield Town in the League Cup.

After leaving Bolton the midfielder signed for Hyde United, Ayr United and Southport and is currently playing in the Conference for Chorley.

Next up, goalkeeper Ali Al-Habsi, who managed 18 appearances in all for Bolton before signing for Wigan Athletic in a £4million deal in January 2011, but only one in the current decade.

Al-Habsi’s one game came against Lincoln City in the FA Cup shortly after Gary Megson’s departure as manager. He continues to play at the age of 37 and is currently on the books of West Brom.

Harry Charsley signed on loan for Wanderers from Everton in January 2018, joining his young Blues team-mate Antonee Robinson in Phil Parkinson’s squad.

His time at Bolton proved uneventful, however, as a solitary appearance against Brentford was cut short after 55 minutes and he never again appeared in the first team.

Charsley, an Ireland youth and Under-21 international, continues to train at Everton after sustaining an injury last season and has turned out for their development squad despite being out of contract.

Leigh-born winger Jay Fitzmartin made his debut for Wanderers this season in the EFL Trophy draw with Bradford City, having only signed scholar forms in June.

Former Spurs trainee Joe Muscatt signed for Bolton on a one-year professional deal and made his solitary Bolton appearance as a substitute in a 2-0 defeat at Blackburn Rovers in April this year.

He also spent time on loan at Salford City on loan and is currently looking for a new club.

Defender Quade Taylor made a shock debut against Birmingham City on the last day of the 2014/15 season, having been a regular for the development squad.

After signing a 12-month contract extension he was loaned out to Dagenham and Redbridge – but that was the last Wanderers fans saw of the centre-half, who signed for Braintree Town on his release at Bolton, later joining Dulwich Hamlet.

Former Manchester City and Wigan Athletic right-back Reece Wabara arrived on a short-term contract in February 2017 but played just once for the first team in a 1-1 home draw against Bristol Rovers.

The defender, who had been voted into the League One team of the year just a couple of years earlier, left the club the following summer and quit football entirely to concentrate on his fashion business.

Promising midfielder Regan Riley has the shortest Bolton career on this list to date – but one which will hopefully be added to in the future. He replaced Eddie Brown in the 88th minute of a 5-0 defeat at Tranmere in a team which was made up primarily of scholars back in August but continues to turn out for the Under-18s and development squad.

Simeon Slavchev was one of a handful of loan players recruited by Neil Lennon on a bust transfer deadline day in January 2015.

The Sporting Lisbon midfielder professed his love for Bolton – saying he had grown fond of the club whilst playing FIFA – and made his debut in a 4-1 defeat at Derby County, after which he was ruled out for the rest of the season with a knee injury.

Bulgaria international Slavchev returned to English football in a brief trial with Birmingham in 2017 but is now playing in the Azerbaijan Premier League with Qarabag, alongside Bournemouth keeper Asmir Begovic and ex-Everton striker Magaye Gueye.