Bolton on strike
#11
(28-04-2019, 04:02 PM)Peabody Raver Wrote: I hope they come back stronger. I have always thought of them as close rivals and have great empathy for their position in the. shadow of larger clubs

+1
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#12
The first time I went to Bolton ground I was impressed with the built in shops and hotel. It will be nice when the Cottage can offer the same facilities.
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#13
I do not think away supporter will be able to afford any of the guest and hospitality facilities provided by Fulham.
http://www.fulhamfc.com/news/

Gods and miracles only occur in fiction. 
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#14
Brentford given 1-0 win and 3 points.
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(29-04-2019, 03:14 PM)the time is now Wrote: The first time I went to Bolton ground I was impressed with the built in shops and hotel.  It will be nice when the Cottage can offer the same facilities.

Of all the local modern grounds around the North, Bolton is my absolute favourite. Lots around it, great atmosphere and the views inside the stadium are great.
I want to moonwalk son, but life’s a shithouse.
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