It is with great pleasure that the BWFCST now welcome Phil Parkinson to the football club. We hope that he can join with us and all interested parties in forging a bright future for the club and its community
On Wednesday 04 May 2016, Richard Hurst and Ian Bridge of the Bolton Wanderers Supporters Trust had a first meeting with the new BWFC Chairman, Ken Anderson. After briefly outlining the history of the Supporters Trust, from the initial registration in January ’16 to the current standing of almost 2,500 members, discussion turned to how the ...
The BWFCST is looking forward to meeting with the new BWFC owners and board to explore ways in which we can work together for the benefit of the club, the supporters and the community
. Short term focus must be on the events on the field and the establishment of stability off the field must also be prioritised after the recent traumatic events.
The last 3 ...
As things presently stand there is still a lot of uncertainty over the future of BWFC. The Bolton News reports that there are additional sticking points in the planned Sports Shield led takeover that the Football League want to see resolved. However, with another winding-up hearing due this coming Monday, time once again is not on our side. It should be ...
We are progressing well with setting up the Trust and investigating how the Trust could take part in a community
-led takeover of the club.
At our last Steering Group meeting we had an update on what is happening with the bank account. Frustratingly this isn’t simply a case of walking into a bank and getting one. We’ve had to fill out ...