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  1. my feeling is that with the emergence of Alex Scott the urgency to get Walsh to sign a new contract lessened dramatically
  2. Does the emergence of Alex Scott makes any potential loss of Walsh a bit easier to take?
  3. I really hope he does sign Lansbury, starting to show his quality and with a preseason under his belt could be immense for us next season
  4. But have you actually been to Grimsby? Seeing that Grimsby play in Cleethorpes
  5. Does it matter? We had Man City home and away after Man Utd. Its not just home tickets that you get priority on either. Play off games, Wembley appearances and maybe Prem games etc. Now all that seems a long way off at the moment but after spending all this time supporting the club I want to be their for any big games that may appear and I don't want to be scrambling around for a ticket on general sale
  6. I renewed the first day I could. I've been a fan since 1976 but only purchased my first half season ticket when we played Man Utd. I played local football for many years so only went when I could and when I stopped playing it wasn't hard to get tickets, however when the Man Utd game came I realised for big games in the future it might not be so easy to get tickets so took the plunge and will continue to do so. I must say none of the tickets I have bought have said that entertainment and success is guaranteed though.
  7. Bolton Wanderers won the FA Cup in 1957/58 and now playing in League Two Please note SL that relegation could happen to us if you aren't careful.
  8. No we don't as we have enough points to stay up
  9. No, one of the best players on the pitch but I guess we all need a scapegoat
  10. We're talking about supporting a football team not a company though
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