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WANDERER

ISSUE 16 | Bolton Wanderers v Wycombe Wanderers | Tuesday 11 January 2022 | 8pm

13 MARLON FOSSEY

OFFICIAL MATCHDAY PROGRAMME | Bolton Wanderers Football Club | 2021/22 | £3


Ipswich Town fixture

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on 15th January

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With plenty of football and points

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the final 12 home games of the

season including Ipswich Town,

Sunderland, Sheffield Wednesday

and the rescheduled fixture against

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back the Wanderers all the way this

season… The journey continues.

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CLUB NEWS

GETHIN JONES NAMED

NEW VICE-CAPTAIN

DEFENDER STEPS UP TO REPLACE DEPARTED STRIKER AS

WANDERERS RE-SHUFFLE GOALKEEPING RANKS

Gethin Jones is to take over as

Wanderers’ new vice-captain as he

moves towards a first-team return.

Jones has been out of action since

October after suffering a stress leg

fracture.

But the right-back, 26, is due to step

up his comeback in the Reserves on

Tuesday.

And manager Ian Evatt confirmed

that Jones – who signed a new

contract with Wanderers earlier this

season – will also take on added

responsibility as the number-two

to skipper Ricardo Almeida Santos

following the departure of Eoin Doyle

to St Patrick’s Athletic.

“We have missed him immensely

in the last few months and we’re

delighted to have him back,” said

Evatt.

“Gethin is a wonderful person and a

leader. He’s a big part of our group

and we’ve missed him.

“He will take over Eoin’s vicecaptaincy

and his leadership qualities

are something we’ve missed.”

After allowing Doyle to return home

to Ireland and signing striker Dion

Charles and on-loan Fulham full-back

Marlon Fossey, Evatt is continuing to

look to strengthen in other areas as

Wanderers aim to stay active in the

transfer market.

And among his targets the Whites’

boss is eyeing the possible arrival of

a new keeper following a re-shuffle in

the goalkeeping department.

Matt Gilks is to concentrate his

efforts on a coaching position as

Andy Fairman reverts to his previous

role in the Academy, with teenage

prospect Luke Hutchinson ending

his loan spell with Atherton Collieries

to challenge for a place in the senior

set-up.

“Luke has done very well out on

loan at Atherton and has also been

involved in some England camps,”

added Evatt.

“We felt the need to tweak the

goalkeeping department and Matt

will take over the role he initially

started in last season and go back to

coaching full-time.

“Luke will come back and compete

with Joel and, also, we’ll be looking

to strengthen that department in this

window – as well as all other areas of

the squad.”

Meanwhile, midfielder Kieran Lee has

returned to full training following his

COVID-enforced absence and will be

included in Wanderers’ squad to face

Wycombe as the Whites return home

on Tuesday night.

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IAN EVATT

The Manager

GOOD EVENING AND WELCOME TO ALL THE MANAGEMENT,

PLAYERS, OFFICIALS AND SUPPORTERS FROM WYCOMBE

MAKING THE TRIP UP HERE TONIGHT.

It feels an age since we since last

played a home game and it’s good

to be back.

The reality is we haven’t played in

front of our home fans since the end

of November.

And while we’ve had a tough time

of it either side of Christmas, for a

variety of reasons, our recent form

here at the University of Bolton

Stadium has been good.

We are unbeaten in our last six

games here in all competitions

and have won two of our last three

League games at home.

It’s important we now look to try and

build on that and regain that sort of

momentum as we enter the second

half of the League One season.

That starts for us tonight, which

means there are still so many points

to play for.

I genuinely believe there is lots to

look forward to and be positive about

in the second half of the campaign,

although, equally, I know an upturn in

results needs to start sooner rather

than later.

There have been extreme

circumstances behind our recent run,

which I feel would have tested any

club in our division.

After an injury list that had decimated

the squad we then had the major

outbreak of COVID which affected

WE ARE UNBEATEN IN OUR LAST SIX GAMES HERE

IN ALL COMPETITIONS AND HAVE WON TWO OF

OUR LAST THREE LEAGUE GAMES AT HOME.

most of the players and staff at some

point.

Coming back from that has not been

easy and we are not yet completely

out the woods on the injury front.

But there were positive signs on our

return to league duty at Rotherham

on New Year’s Day and we have to

build on that in a couple of testing

home games coming up this week.

As well as seeing players return to

fitness, we are also actively looking

to strengthen the squad in the

January transfer window and we’ve

made a really positive start.

Dion Charles is a proven goalscorer

who will be a big player for us, while

Marlon Fossey made an excellent

start at Hartlepool and will get better

and better the longer he’s with us

and we also have Xav Amaechi on

board for longer to really show what

he can do.

We have allowed Eoin Doyle to

return to his home city with his family

to extend his career in Dublin after a

superb spell of service for us.

We always try and do what’s best for

the player and the club in any piece

of business and following Eoin’s

departure we will look to re-invest

in the squad to strengthen us going

forward.

The plan is always to keep

progressing and being able to pay

transfer fees for the first time in

almost four years is a real marker on

how far we have already come as a

club in the recent past.

That’s credit to Sharon, the board,

investors, everyone who works

for the club and you, the fans, for

continuing to back us with your hardearned

money.

I thank you for that and look to

continue this journey forward

together.

Ian

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Marlon

FOSSEY

BORN IN HOLLYWOOD, MARLON FOSSEY WAS

PERHAPS DESTINED TO PLAY ON THE BIG STAGE.

Leaving America at the age of four

he’s had to bide his time, learning

the ropes in the supporting cast

as he began to forge a career in

English football.

But having stepped into the limelight

at Wanderers, the on-loan Fulham

defender hopes this is his time to

shine.

“I’ve been playing U23s football this

season and it’s a step up from that

and I’m excited for the challenge,”

said Fossey – who has spent more

than a decade on the books at

Craven Cottage.

“With 23s games you’ve got 10s/20s

people watching. Now you’ve got

potentially thousands and I like

playing in front of a lot of people and

I’m getting the prospect of doing that

every week, so I can’t wait.

“Hearing the energy the fans brought

at Hartlepool was definitely a nice

feeling and it helped my performance

and helped me relax while I was on

the pitch.

“I visited the ground before I decided

to move here. It’s a beautiful ground

and I’m sure it will be even greater

to play in it with the fans there. I can’t

wait.

“I’m aware of Bolton’s Premier

League history and it definitely looks

like a club that was once at the top.

“There’s definitely an aura of hunger

to get back up there and hopefully I

can help them with my little part while

I’m here.”

Fossey’s first chance to perform in

front of the home fans should come

this evening in the first leg of a big

double-header at the University of

Bolton Stadium against Wycombe

Wanderers, with Ipswich Town to

follow on Saturday.

Those hardy souls who

commendably made the trip to

the North-East a week ago to see

Fossey’s debut will have liked what

they saw before Pools’ late winner

in the Papa John’s Trophy made it

a losing start for the attack-minded

right-back.

“I felt I made an impact in the first

half. In the second half I burned out a

little bit,” he added.

“It was my first game in a few weeks,

so I’m hoping in the next weeks to

maintain the level I showed in the first

half and maintain it throughout the 90

minutes into the games to come.

“My physical output in games is one

of my strengths, so I’m going to try

and help Bolton in that aspect, in

terms of getting up and down that

right side as much as I can and

causing the opposition as much

havoc as I can.

“I’m like most full-backs these days.

I like to have the ball in the attacking

area and I like to impact the game

defensively as well.

“I have an intensity and athleticism

and hopefully Bolton can see the

best of me while I’m here.

“I’m here to try and bring the club

into a better place than they are at

the moment and I’m hungry to help

out as much as I can.”

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I WANT TO BE IN A TEAM

THAT’S AMBITIOUS AND

COMPETITIVE AND THE

GAFFER SHOWED THAT WHEN

I CAME UP HERE.

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Fossey’s athleticism has been with

him since a young age. A hurdler,

gymnast and footballer, football finally

won the day after he had moved to

Jersey, the birthplace of his mother.

He has maintained American

roots through a dual citizenship

which has seen him capped by the

United States at up to U20 level

with aspirations to become a full

international.

But it was while playing for Jersey

that he was spotted by Fulham and

on the move again at the age of 11 to

join the Londoners’ academy set-up.

Progressing to a regular slot in

Fulham’s U23s – who currently top

the second tier of PL 2 – his firstteam

experience has so far come in

a loan spell with Shrewsbury Town at

the start of last season.

And the 23-year-old believes that

stint under former Whites’ defender

Sam Ricketts has left him better

prepared for his time with Wanderers,

which is originally to run until the end

of the season after boss Ian Evatt

won the race for his signature.

Bolton seemed the keenest and I

want to be in a team that wants me

and I want to be part of this team

as well, so it made sense,” admitted

Fossey, who has quickly found his

feet in the Wanderers’ set-up.

“I love the style of football they play

here, which is very similar to the

brand we play at Fulham.

“I felt it would be a seamless

transition and I like the gaffer’s

ambition and hunger. I want to

be in a team that’s ambitious and

competitive and the gaffer showed

that when I came up here.

“It’s a great opportunity to test myself

and whatever happens I think I’ll

learn a lot from it.

“My personal aim is to get as much

football as I can while I’m here. With

the more games you play, the more

you can learn.

“There are levels to my game that I

think I can get to and the more I can

play here I think I can start reaching

those levels.

“I’ve settled in pretty well. It’s a nice

community, from what I’ve seen so

far.

“The players are great. They’ve

welcomed me and I’m enjoying

myself. There’s a good vibe around

the camp.”

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ONE CLUB

ONE COMMUNITY

ONE TOWN

It is great to welcome everyone

back to the Stadium after the

enforced break over Christmas

due to the outbreak of Covid.

I am sure, like me, every other

conversation seems to be around

those who have had Covid over

the Christmas period or who have

recently tested positive.

As we move into 2022 there

seems to be more to be hopeful

about as the current variant that

is taking hold is not as virulent

and is not impacting people in

the same way as was previously

the case. Clearly it is important

that we all take responsibility and

follow the current guidelines and

most importantly get jabbed and

have the booster to give better

protection to ourselves and others

around us.

Here at the Stadium we continue

to play our part in supporting the

work of the Vaccination Centre on

site, which is available to all over

16’s and offers a walk in service in

order for people to have their first

and second jabs and booster.

With much uncertainty and concern

it is easy to “catastrophise” matters

Phil Mason

Club Chaplain & Senior Safeguarding Manager

07885 755 807 and pmason@bwfc.co.uk

POSITIVITY CAN BE INFECTIOUS TOO.

both in our personal lives and in how

we view our community, our club and

town.

The word “positive” through Covid

has become such a “negative”

word but “positivity” is something

I feel is important as we begin this

New Year. “Positivity” is about being

enthusiastic, optimistic and resilient

which is are key ingredients to

success.

These are ingredients that pervade

in our Club today and as we move

forward in 2022 there is much to

be encouraged about under an

ownership that is taking the Club

forward and a team of people

working hard to build up all that

is good about Bolton Wanderers

and continues to show incredible

resilience in spite of many

challenges through Covid.

I noticed that during January

there are many national days and

campaigns that are all about new

starts, Dry January, Look after your

liver Month, Veganuary, Walk your

Dog month, all to do with health

and fitness. Sometimes these can

feel a step too far and it is often

tacking the smaller steps that lead

on to better things.

As we begin this New Year I would

encourage you down the route of

applying “positivity” in whatever

you take on or do moving forward

and you may find it changes your

view and can be very infectious in

a good way to those around you.

Wishing you all the very best for

2022.

Enjoy the game.

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Bolton

Wanderers in

the Community;

supporting

Urban Outreach

at Christmas.

Every year we are proud and

delighted to support Urban

Outreach for their Christmas Dinner

on Jesus initiative. We are able to

support this fantastic organisation

by nominating individuals and

families to receive hampers at

Christmas, and by helping pack the

hampers and distribute them. On the

23rd December, Bolton Wanderers

and Bolton Wanderers in the

Community staff dedicated their day

to supporting this amazing initiative,

helping to distribute and deliver

around 1700 hampers to individuals

and families from across Bolton.

Bolton Wanderers in the Community; delivering community football

activities to young people this winter through the Department for

Education's Holiday Activities and Food programme.

In the days running up until

Christmas and at the start of

January, in partnership with Bolton

Together and Bolton Council, Bolton

Wanderers in the Community have

delivered free community football

sessions to young people from

across Bolton. Our activity sessions

have been keeping young people

active over the winter break, as

well as providing a hot meal for

participants who are eligible for free

school meals.

We would like to thank everyone

that we worked in partnership with

to deliver these crucial activities, this

includes 80/20 Health Bar & Kitchen,

who provided the hot meals for our

participants.

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Community Heroes

Dave

Bagley

Can you tell us your role at Urban

Outreach and how the charity

supports the Bolton community?

I have the privilege of being the

CEO of UOB and in a ‘normal’ year

we support around 22’000 people

either through food, housing, Missing

from home young people and family

support. Since the pandemic that has

been nearer 80’000. We also work

closely with our great partners in

Housing the Council, 100’s of other

voluntary organisations, Churches

and community groups, schools and

some of the most incredible business

and business people.

What does Urban Outreach do

to support the community and

individuals over the Christmas

period?

Each year in partnership with 1000’s

of other people we put together the

Christmas Dinner on Jesus Hampers

that give around 7000 people a

complete Christmas dinner in a box

and few bags, we also have the

immense joy in supporting Bolton

lions with their toy appeal. It is our

hope and prayer that thorough this

incredible act of kindness many will

feel the love of the many 1000’s of

adults and children that wanted them

to know they were being thought of.

At The Heart Of

The Community

How are Urban Outreach working in

partnership with Bolton Wanderers

in the Community?

How don’t we!!! Working with Bolton

Wanderers in the Community is more

than just a partnership! it is the way

Bolton does kindness and charity.

We enjoy being able to support

and be supported by the whole

club throughout the year to provide

67’000 summer Lunches, activities

and a host of exciting sporting

sessions. We laugh and at times cry

together but most importantly we

stand together alongside our great

Town of Bolton.

Scan me...

To support our work through

a donation please scan this

QR code to go through to our

JustGiving page. Thank you

for your support.

For further information about Bolton Wanderers

in the Community, please visit www.bwitc.org.uk

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2021|22 SEASON

Fixtures and Results

DATE KO/F-A H/A OPPOSITION ATTN STARTING XI

SAT AUG 07 21 15:00 D 3-3 MK DONS 16,087 GILKS JONES BAPTISTE 1 JOHNSTON JOHN WILLIAMS n SHEEHAN 1

TUE AUG 10 20:00 D 0-0* BARNSLEY [CC] 7,147 DIXON JONES ALMEIDA SANTOS JOHNSTON GORDON WILLIAMS LEE

SAT AUG 14 15:00 D 3-3 AFC WIMBLEDON TBC DIXON JONES n ALMEIDA SANTOS BAPTISTE JOHN WILLIAMS SHEEHAN 1 n

TUE AUG 17 19:45 W 1-0 LINCOLN CITY 9,130 DIXON JONES ALMEIDA SANTOS JOHNSTON GORDON WILLIAMS SHEEHAN

SAT AUG 21 15:00 W 2-0 OXFORD UNITED 15,073 DIXON JONES ALMEIDA SANTOS JOHNSTON JOHN WILLIAMS SHEEHAN

TUE AUG 24 19:45

D 0-0**

WIGAN ATHLETIC [CC2] 11,660 GILKS BROCKBANK BAPTISTE JOHNSTON GORDON THOMASON LEE n

SAT AUG 28 15:00 L 1-0 CAMBRIDGE UNITED 6,124 DIXON JONES ALMEIDA SANTOS n JOHNSTON JOHN WILLIAMS n SHEEHAN

TUE AUG 31 19:00 W 3-2 PORT VALE [PJT] 2,926 GILKS BROCKBANK n ALMEIDA SANTOS n BAPTISTE n GORDON TUTTE THOMASON

MON SEP 06 15:00 D 0-0 BURTON ALBION 13,305 DIXON JONES ALMEIDA SANTOS JOHNSTON n GORDON WILLIAMS n LEE

SAT SEP 11 15:00 W 5-2 IPSWICH TOWN 19,267 DIXON JONES n ALMEIDA SANTOS JOHNSTON 1 GORDON WILLIAMS SHEEHAN 1

SAT SEP 18 15:00 L 0-2 ROTHERHAM UNITED 20,877 DIXON JONES n ALMEIDA SANTOS JOHNSTON GORDON WILLIAMS n SHEEHAN

SAT SEP 25 15:00 L 1-0 SUNDERLAND 32,368 DIXON JONES ALMEIDA SANTOS n JOHNSTON GORDON WILLIAMS SHEEHAN

TUE SEP 28 19:45 W 4-1 CHARLTON ATHLETIC 12,707 DIXON JONES n ALMEIDA SANTOS n BAPTISTE JOHN WILLIAMS LEE 2

SAT OCT 02 15:00 W 2-1 SHREWSBURY TOWN 14,124 DIXON JONES ALMEIDA SANTOS n JOHNSTON JOHN WILLIAMS LEE

TUE OCT 05 19:00 W 4-1 LIVERPOOL U21 [PJT] 2,299 GILKS BROCKBANK AIMSON BAPTISTE GORDON SHEEHAN COMLEY

SAT OCT 09 15:00 L 1-0 SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 23,692 DIXON JONES n ALMEIDA SANTOS JOHNSTON JOHN WILLIAMS LEE

SAT OCT 16 15:00 L 0-4 WIGAN ATHLETIC 20,892 DIXON BROCKBANK ALMEIDA SANTOS n JOHNSTON n GORDON WILLIAMS SHEEHAN

TUE OCT 19 19:45 L 3-0 PLYMOUTH ARGYLE 12,813 DIXON BROCKBANK BAPTISTE JOHNSTON GORDON WILLIAMS LEE n

SAT OCT 23 15:00 D 2-2 GILLINGHAM 13,807 DIXON ISGROVE ALMEIDA SANTOS JOHNSTON JOHN WILLIAMS SHEEHAN

SAT OCT 30 15:00 L 1-0 PORTSMOUTH 16,231 DIXON ISGROVE ALMEIDA SANTOS AIMSON JOHN WILLIAMS LEE

TUE NOV 02 19:00 W 3-0 ROCHDALE [PJT] 1,116 DIXON ISGROVE ALMEIDA SANTOS BAPTISTE JOHN 1 WILLIAMS SHEEHAN

SUN NOV 7 15:00 D 2-2 STOCKPORT COUNTY [FAC1] 11,183 DIXON ISGROVE n ALMEIDA SANTOS n BAPTISTE JOHN WILLIAMS LEE

FRI NOV 12 20:00 W 2-0 CREWE ALEXANDRA 13,804 DIXON ISGROVE ALMEIDA SANTOS AIMSON JOHN WILLIAMS SHEEHAN 1

WED NOV 17 19:45 L 5-3† STOCKPORT COUNTY [FAC1R] 10,084 DIXON ISGROVE n ALMEIDA SANTOS JOHNSTON JOHN THOMASON LEE

SAT NOV 20 15:00 L 1-0 WYCOMBE WANDERERS 5,710 DIXON BAPTISTE ALMEIDA SANTOS AIMSON JOHN WILLIAMS LEE

TUE NOV 23 20:00 W 3-0 DONCASTER ROVERS 12,501 DIXON GORDON ALMEIDA SANTOS AIMSON JOHN THOMASON 1 LEE

SAT NOV 27 15:00 D 2-2 CHELTENHAM TOWN 13,145 DIXON GORDON ALMEIDA SANTOS AIMSON JOHN JOHNSTON LEE

TUE NOV 30 19:00 W 1-0 FLEETWOOD TOWN [PJT] 1,773 DIXON GORDON BAPTISTE AIMSON JOHN JOHNSTON LEE 1

TUE DEC 07 19:45 L 3-0 FLEETWOOD TOWN 3,279 DIXON AIMSON ALMEIDA SANTOS n JOHNSTON GORDON JOHN LEE

SAT DEC 11 15:00 L 1-0 ACCRINGTON STANLEY 4,546 DIXON SENIOR BAPTISTE JOHNSTON JOHN WILLIAMS LEE

SUN DEC 26 15:00 P-P MORECAMBE

SAT JAN 01 22 15:00 L 2-1 ROTHERHAM UNITED 9,736 DIXON n SENIOR ALMEIDA SANTOS n AIMSON JOHN JOHNSTON THOMASON

TUE JAN 04 19:00 L 1-0 HARTLEPOOL UNITED [PJT] 2,529 DIXON FOSSEY ALMEIDA SANTOS n JOHNSTON JOHN THOMASON n WILLIAMS

SAT JAN 08 P-P H CAMBRIDGE UNITED

TUE JAN 11 20:00 H WYCOMBE WANDERERS

SAT JAN 15 15:00 H IPSWICH TOWN

SAT JAN 22 15:00 A SHREWSBURY TOWN

SAT JAN 29 15:00 H SUNDERLAND

SAT FEB 05 15:00 A MORECAMBE

TUE FEB 08 20:00 H CHARLTON ATHLETIC

SAT FEB 12 15:00 A OXFORD UNITED

TUE FEB 15 19:45 A BURTON ALBION

SAT FEB 19 15:00 H AFC WIMBLEDON

TUE FEB 22 20:00 H LINCOLN CITY

SAT FEB 26 15:00 A MK DONS

SAT MAR 05 15:00 A GILLINGHAM

SAT MAR 12 15:00 H PLYMOUTH ARGYLE

SAT MAR 19 15:00 A CREWE ALEXANDRA

SAT MAR 26 15:00 H PORTSMOUTH

SAT APR 02 15:00 A WIGAN ATHLETIC

SAT APR 09 15:00 H SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY

FRI APR 15 15:00 A DONCASTER ROVERS

MON APR 18 15:00 H ACCRINGTON STANLEY

SAT APR 23 15:00 A CHELTENHAM TOWN

SAT APR 30 15:00 H FLEETWOOD TOWN

ALL FIXTURES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE | *BOLTON WON 5-4 ON PENALTIES | **BOLTON LOST 5-4 ON PENALTIES

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SUBSTITUES

REFEREE

SARCEVIC AFOLAYAN BAKAYOKO 1 DOYLE ISGROVE (72) LEE (85) KACHUNGA (85) DIXON ALMEIDA SANTOS THOMASON DELFOUNESO M. COY

SARCEVIC ISGROVE DELFOUNESO DOYLE BAKAYOKO (55) KACHUNGA (65) SHEEHAN (79) BROCKBANK TUTTE THOMASON DARCY O. YATES

SARCEVIC AFOLAYAN 1 BAKAYOKO DOYLE 1 JOHNSTON (74) KACHUNGA (79) ISGROVE (79) GILKS BROCKBANK LEE THOMASON P. WRIGHT

SARCEVIC 1 AFOLAYAN BAKAYOKO DOYLE ISGROVE (39) KACHUNGA (69) LEE (81) GILKS BAPTISTE BROCKBANK THOMASON S. BARROTT

SARCEVIC AFOLAYAN 1 ISGROVE DOYLE 1 BAPTISTE (71) KACHUNGA (81) LEE (88) GILKS BROCKBANK THOMASON DELFOUNESO N. HAIR

SHEEHAN AFOLAYAN n DELFOUNESO KACHUNGA n DOYLE (65) SARCEVIC (68) JONES (72) DIXON ALMEIDA SANTOS JOHN TUTTE T. BRAMALL

SARCEVIC n AFOLAYAN ISGROVE DOYLE KACHUNGA (65) BAPTISTE (75) DELFOUNESO (81) GILKS GORDON TUTTE THOMASON T. NIELD

DELFOUNESO 1 n ISGROVE KACHUNGA DOYLE 1 AFOLAYAN 1 (67) SARCEVIC (67) HENRY (90+1) DIXON SENIOR JOHNSTON CONWAY S. OLDHAM

SARCEVIC ISGROVE AFOLAYAN DOYLE KACHUNGA (72) DELFOUNESO (88) GILKS BROCKBANK BAPTISTE TUTTE THOMASON J. SMITH

SARCEVIC ISGROVE n AFOLAYAN 2 DOYLE 1 KACHUNGA (62) LEE (74) BAPTISTE (81) GILKS AIMSON THOMASON DELFOUNESO R. MADLEY

SARCEVIC ISGROVE AFOLAYAN n DOYLE LEE (71) KACHUNGA (76) GILKS AIMSON BAPTISTE THOMASON DELFOUNESO J. BELL

SARCEVIC ISGROVE AFOLAYAN n DOYLE n KACHUNGA (61) JOHN (72) LEE (85) GILKS BAPTISTE THOMASON DELFOUNESO S. PURKISS

SARCEVIC 1 ISGROVE AFOLAYAN 1 DOYLE GORDON (62) JOHNSTON (78) DELFOUNESO (85) GILKS BROCKBANK SHEEHAN THOMASON L. SWABEY

SARCEVIC 1 KACHUNGA AFOLAYAN 1 DOYLE ISGROVE (46) BAKAYOKO (71) SHEEHAN (78) GORDON BAPTISTE THOMASON DELFOUNESO M. EDWARDS

THOMASON KACHUNGA ISGROVE DELFOUNESO 1 BAKAYOKO 2 (46) HENRY (67) PETTIFER (72) DIXON TWEEDLEY JOHNSTON CONWAY A. HAINES

SARCEVIC KACHUNGA AFOLAYAN n DOYLE SHEEHAN (74) BAKAYOKO (74) ISGROVE (74) GORDON BAPTISTE THOMASON DELFOUNESO D. ROCK

BAKAYOKO SARCEVIC AFOLAYAN DOYLE ISGROVE 55 KACHUNGA 61 THOMASON 73 n GILKS DELFOUNESO AIMSON BAPTISTE C. BREAKSPEAR

SHEEHAN ISGROVE AFOLAYAN n BAKAYOKO n SARCEVIC 62 DOYLE 66 KACHUNGA 66 GILKS DELFOUNESO AIMSON THOMASON K. STROUD

LEE 1 KACHUNGA AFOLAYAN n 1 DOYLE AIMSON (46) BAKAYOKO (53) DELFOUNESO (83) GILKS BROCKBANK GORDON THOMASON B. TONER

AFOLAYAN KACHUNGA DELFOUNESO DOYLE SHEEHAN (56) BROCKBANK (72) JOHNSTON (72) GILKS BAPTISTE GORDON THOMASON C. HICKS

THOMASON KACHUNGA AFOLAYAN 1 DOYLE 1 DELFOUNESO (72) EDWARDS (90+1) HENRY (90+1) GILKS AIMSON JOHNSTON GORDON A. KITCHEN

THOMASON KACHUNGA 1 n AFOLAYAN DOYLE 1 GORDON (46) DELFOUNESO (69) BAKAYOKO (76) GILKS | AIMSON | EDWARDS | JOHNSTON | PETTIFER | HENRY T. NIELD

LEE KACHUNGA n AFOLAYAN BAKAYOKO 1 AMAECHI (87) GILKS BAPTISTE GORDON JOHNSTON THOMASON DELFOUNESO J. BELL

SHEEHAN n KACHUNGA 1 n AFOLAYAN BAKAYOKO 1 DELFOUNESO (74) AMAECHI (77) n AIMSON (90+3) GORDON (100) GILKS | BAPTISTE | PETTIFER | TWEEDLEY | HENRY S. BARROTT

ISGROVE THOMASON AFOLAYAN KACHUNGA JOHNSTON (57) AMAECHI (81) GILKS GORDON PETTIFER HENRY DELFOUNESO D. ROCK

ISGROVE KACHUNGA 1 AFOLAYAN n DOYLE 1 JOHNSTON (31) AMAECHI (59) DELFOUNESO (71) GILKS PETTIFER HENRY - S. MARTIN

THOMASON n KACHUNGA 1 AMAECHI 1 DOYLE DELFOUNESO (70) BAPTISTE (84) GILKS CONWAY TWEEDLEY PETTIFER HENRY R. JOYCE

THOMASON AFOLAYAN AMAECHI DOYLE PETTIFER (70) KACHUNGA (70) DELFOUNESO (70) TWEEDLEY (83) HENRY (84) GILKS - B. SPEEDIE

THOMASON KACHUNGA AFOLAYAN DOYLE AMAECHI (67) BAPTISTE (74) GILKS CONWAY TWEEDLEY PETTIFER DELFOUNESO S. STOCKSBRIDGE

THOMASON KACHUNGA AFOLAYAN DOYLE AMAECHI (66) DELFOUNESO (88) GILKS BROCKBANK GORDON TWEEDLEY PETTIFER A. YOUNG

DELFOUNESO KACHUNGA AFOLAYAN n DOYLE 1 BAKAYOKO (71) BROCKBANK (77) GORDON (85) GILKS BAPTISTE TWEEDLEY PETTIFER G. ELTRINGHAM

DELFOUNESO AFOLAYAN KACHUNGA CHARLES BAKAYOKO (55) DOYLE (61) GORDON (85) GILKS BROCKBANK AIMSON BAPTISTE A. BACKHOUSE

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PLAYER STATISTICS

2021/22

SKY BET CARABAO FA CUP PAPA JOHN’S TOTAL FOR DISCIPLINARY TOTAL BWFC CAREER TOTAL

LEAGUE ONE CUP

TROPHY 2021/22

CAREER

PLAYER D.O.B APPS GOALS APPS GOALS APPS GOALS APPS GOALS TOTAL GOALS YELLOW RED APPS GOALS APPS GOALS

MATT GILKS 04/06/1982 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 39 0 530 0

GETHIN JONES 13/10/1995 12 0 1(1) 0 0 0 0 0 13(1) 0 6 0 54 3 155 3

DECLAN JOHN 30/06/1995 16(1) 0 0 0 2 0 3 1 19(3) 1 0 0 43 3 159 6

MJ WILLIAMS 06/11/1995 19 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 23 0 4 0 44 0 159 1

RICARDO ALMEIDA SANTOS 18/06/1995 20 0 1 0 2 0 3 0 26 0 9 1 74 0 240 7

GEORGE JOHNSTON 01/09/1998 17(5) 1 2 0 1 0 2 0 22(5) 1 2 0 27 1 53 2

NATHAN DELFOUNESO 02/02/1991 2(7) 0 2 0 0(2) 0 3(2) 2 7(11) 2 1 0 65 10 429 67

JOSH SHEEHAN 30/03/1995 12(3) 4 1(1) 0 1 0 2 0 16(4) 4 2 0 20 4 229 21

DION CHARLES 07/10/1995 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 233 72

EOIN DOYLE 12/03/1988 20(1) 5 1(1) 0 1 1 3(1) 2 25(3) 8 1 0 73 27 406 146

ANTONI SARCEVIC 13/03/1992 13(1) 3 1(1) 0 0 0 0(1) 0 14(3) 3 1 0 52 11 463 80

AMADOU BAKAYOKO 01/01/1996 6(4) 2 0(1) 0 1(1) 1 0(2) 2 8(7) 5 1 0 15 5 219 40

JOEL DIXON 09/12/1993 22 0 1 0 2 0 3 0 28 0 1 0 28 0 229 0

XAVIER AMAECHI 05/01/2001 1(5) 1 0 0 0(1) 0 1 0 2(6) 1 1 0 8 1 20 1

WILL AIMSON 03/06/1994 7(1) 0 0 0 0(1) 0 2 0 9(2) 0 0 0 11 0 181 6

DAPO AFOLAYAN 11/09/1997 22 7 1 0 2 0 3(1) 2 28(1) 9 7 0 51 10 114 27

ANDREW TUTTE 21/09/1990 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 21 0 320 27

KIERAN LEE 22/06/1988 13(6) 3 2 0 2 0 1 1 18(6) 4 2 0 44 6 405 34

HARRY BROCKBANK 26/09/1998 2(2) 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 5(2) 0 1 0 37 0 38 0

DENNIS POLITIC 05/03/2000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 5 41 7

LLOYD ISGROVE 12/01/1993 12(6) 0 1 0 2 0 3 0 18(6) 0 3 0 58 3 178 7

ELIAS KACHUNGA 22/04/1992 12(11) 2 1(1) 0 2 2 4(1) 0 18(14) 4 4 0 32 3 233 28

GEORGE THOMASON 12/01/2001 6(1) 1 1 0 2 0 5 0 14(1) 1 3 0 40 2 75 4

LIAM EDWARDS 02/10/1996 0 0 0 0 0 0 0(1) 0 0(1) 0 0 0 8 0 39 0

ALEX BAPTISTE 31/01/1986 6(4) 1 1 0 1 0 4 0 12(5) 1 1 0 102 5 606 27

BRANDON COMLEY 18/11/1995 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 15 0 154 3

LIAM GORDON 15/05/1999 10(2) 0 2 0 0(2) 0 3(1) 0 15(5) 0 0 0 35 0 111 7

RONAN DARCY 04/11/2000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 2 34 2

ALI CRAWFORD 30/07/1991 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 3 359 45

ADAM SENIOR 20/01/2002 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 7 1 20 4

LUKE HUTCHINSON 01/09/2002 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

REISS GREENIDGE 08/02/1996 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 46 1

MATTHEW ALEXANDER 07/05/2002 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0

FINLAY LOCKETT 10/04/2003 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 5 0

JAY FITZMARTIN 14/09/2002 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

MITCHELL HENRY 02/09/2003 0 0 0 0 0 0 0(4) 0 0(4) 0 0 0 4 0 4 0

ARRAN PETTIFER 01/10/2003 0 0 0 0 0 0 0(2) 0 0(2) 0 0 0 2 0 2 0

MATTHEW TWEEDLEY 16/04/2004 0 0 0 0 0 0 0(1) 0 0(1) 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

Players highlighted in grey are currently out on loan or have left the club.

LEAGUE ONE

Table 2021/22

AROUND THE GROUNDS

Tuesday 11 Jan | KO 7.45pm

Milton Keynes Dons

vs

AFC Wimbledon

HOME

AWAY

P W D L F A W D L F A GD PTS

1 Rotherham 24 9 2 2 32 13 6 3 2 13 4 +28 50

2 Sunderland 24 10 1 1 29 6 5 3 4 18 20 +21 49

3 Wigan 21 6 2 3 15 10 8 1 1 25 10 +20 45

4 Wycombe 24 8 1 2 19 14 5 5 3 18 13 +10 45

5 Oxford 24 8 4 2 27 13 4 3 3 13 12 +15 43

6 Plymouth 24 7 3 2 18 11 5 4 3 20 14 +13 43

7 MK Dons 23 6 3 3 17 13 5 3 3 25 16 +13 39

8 Portsmouth 23 6 3 2 16 10 4 4 4 12 12 +6 37

9 Sheff Wed 24 5 4 1 15 8 4 6 4 15 19 +3 37

10 Accrington 24 7 1 4 19 18 3 3 6 11 21 -9 34

11 Ipswich 24 5 6 2 23 18 3 2 6 16 16 +5 32

12 Burton 23 7 2 3 22 13 2 2 7 6 16 -1 31

13 Charlton 24 5 3 5 19 15 3 2 6 11 14 +1 29

14 Shrewsbury 25 7 3 3 17 12 1 2 9 9 17 -3 29

15 Cheltenham 24 5 3 4 15 20 2 5 5 15 23 -13 29

16 Cambridge U 24 3 6 4 15 18 3 3 5 17 20 -6 27

17 Bolton 23 4 4 2 16 15 3 1 9 14 20 -5 26

18 AFC W'bledon 21 2 5 2 15 15 4 2 6 15 20 -5 25

19 Morecambe 24 4 4 5 19 22 2 1 8 15 27 -15 23

20 Fleetwood 23 4 2 6 20 20 1 5 5 16 23 -7 22

21 Lincoln 22 2 3 6 10 16 3 4 4 14 15 -7 22

22 Gillingham 23 2 3 5 7 14 1 6 6 11 20 -16 18

23 Crewe 24 3 3 5 12 18 1 3 9 10 25 -21 18

24 Doncaster 23 4 3 4 10 13 0 1 11 6 30 -27 16

Sunderland

vs

Lincoln City

Tuesday 11 Jan | KO 8pm

Bolton Wanderers

vs

Wycombe Wanderers

Wednesday 12 Jan | KO 7.45pm

Crewe Alexandra

vs

Charlton Athletic

14 The Wanderer ONE CLUB | ONE COMMUNITY | ONE TOWN | WWW.BWFC.CO.UK


The

SQUADS

Bolton

Wanderers

The Manager

IAN EVATT

1. l Matt GILKS

2. l Gethin JONES

3. l Declan JOHN

4. l MJ WILLIAMS

5. l Ricardo ALMEIDA SANTOS

6. l George JOHNSTON

7. l Nathan DELFOUNESO

8. l Josh SHEEHAN

10. l Dion CHARLES

11. l Amadou BAKAYOKO

12. l Joel DIXON

13. l Marlon FOSSEY

14. l Xavier AMAECHI

15. l Will AIMSON

17. l Dapo AFOLAYAN

18. l Andrew TUTTE

20. l Kieran LEE

21. l Harry BROCKBANK

22. l Dennis POLITIC*

23. l Lloyd ISGROVE

24. l Elias KACHUNGA

25. l George THOMASON

26. l Liam EDWARDS**

27. l Alex BAPTISTE

29. l Liam GORDON

30. l Ronan DARCY

34. l Adam SENIOR

40. l Luke HUTCHINSON

41. l Reiss GREENIDGE***

42. l Matthew TWEEDLEY

43. l Matthew ALEXANDER

44. l Finlay LOCKETT

45. l Jay FITZMARTIN****

47. l Max CONWAY

48. l Mitchell HENRY

49. l Arran PETTIFER

*On loan at Port Vale until the end of the season.

**On loan at Southport until the end of the season.

***On loan at Barnet until the end of the season.

****On loan at Stalybridge Celtic until the end of the season

wycombe

wanderers

The Manager

GARETH AINSWORTH

2. l Jack GRIMMER

3. l Joe JACOBSON

4. l Dominic GAPE

5. l Anthony STEWART

6. l Ryan TAFAZOLLI

7. l David WHEELER

8. l Curtis THOMPSON

9. l Sam VOKES

10. l Matt BLOOMFIELD

12. l Garath McCLEARY

13. l David STOCKDALE

16. l Sullay KAIKAI

17. l Daryl HORGAN

18. l Brandon HANLAN

19. l Anis MEHMETI

20. l Adebayo AKINFENWA

21. l Jack WAKELY

22. l Nick FREEMAN

23. l Jordan OBITA

24. l Adam LEATHERS

25. l Ali AL-HAMADI

26. l Jason MCCARTHY

27. l Jean-Baptiste FISCHER

28. l Josh SCOWEN

29. l Tjay DE BARR

30. l Tyla DICKINSON

31. l Adam PRZYBEK

32. l Curtis ANDERSON

33. l Oliver PENDLEBURY

34. l Andre BURLEY

35. l Max RAM

36. l Malachi LINTON

38. l Chris FORINO

39. l Connor PARSONS

The

OFFICIALS

REFEREE:

Peter Wright

ASSISTANT REFEREE:

Christopher Ward

ASSISTANT REFEREE:

David Hunt

4TH OFFICIAL:

Anthony Moore

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KO: 3PM

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KO 3PM

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