A couple of days ago I wrote an article with a blog asking opinions of Wanderers fans on whether the team has any chances of still being promoted this season, if you missed it and you wish to catch up – you can find the article right here.
We’d would like to thank you for the great response we received and we can now confirm the poll has closed – yes, the results are in.Results for Bolton Ultimate Goal End Of Season
Can Bolton still achieve their ultimate goal, as set out by Phil Gartside at the beginning of the season?
Although a slight majority believe promotion is no longer a possibility at the Reebok this term, there are still a good number of supporters with a flickering or maybe even strong belief a good run may just may see the club in chance of sneakily driving up the league.
We’ve already played majority of the games and Bolton have looked far from convincing up to this stage, and the odds do not look good at this moment in time.
Only time will tell, but the return from injury to several key players, plus the capture of Craig Dawson from West Bromwich Albion will at least be intriguing to the majority of supporters.
Right now it’s all about restoring dignity to the league position and aim for the top half of the table, which is a realistic goal to aim for – and that word of all words that has yet eluded our beloved club (CONSISTENCY).
It’s not over til it’s over. Positivity has never harmed anyone, so why not have a positive attitude?
Here are a few stats of encouragement:
* In the last seven games, Wanderers have conceded just 5 goals.
* There are still 7 more days to strengthen the squad before the end of the transfer window.
For now, we’ve got a big game to look forward to at the weekend. Here’s to more success for the Whites this weekend, to build on the win against Sunderland – Everton are facing the knockout punch come the final whistle.