14 Results for tag: Football League

ACV Update 10th November 2017

  We can now report the outcome of the Review hearing of the ACV nominated by the BWFCST over the Macron stadium and surrounding land which was heard on 2 October 2017. The decision has been released for publication today.   We are pleased to inform our members that the decision preserves the ACV listing over the major part of the ... More

EFL update on ‘Whole Game Solution’

By way of an update on the subject of the "Whole Game Solution" concept, the EFL have stated that they are ruling out the inclusion of Premier League B teams in the restructuring proposals for English football. The BWFCST will continue to monitor the Whole Game Solution process and report any major developments in the lead up to the final vote in June ... More

A Reminder of the U.K. Government Position on ‘Supporter Voice’

Following the publication earlier in the year of the final report of the Government Expert Working Group on Supporter Ownership and Engagement, supporters of professional clubs across the country will have more opportunities to bid to own their football clubs when suitable opportunities arise, and will also meet with their clubs at least twice a year to ... More

Reflections On Relegation

Sad Day For All Saturday 9th April 2016... a sad day in the history of our beloved BWFC, after relegation was confirmed as a result of our 4-1 loss at Derby County. So, Sky Bet League 1 it is then. Life in League 1 can only add to the current financial pressures facing the club and there are undoubtedly some massive challenges ahead. 3rd tier football ... More

UPDATE: Important Questions

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 ... More

STATEMENT: BWFCST Welcome Dean Holdsworth & Sports Shield

BWFCST Steering Group would like to congratulate Dean Holdsworth and Sports Shield Consortium on their successful acquisition of BWFC, subject to approval from the Football League, and welcome Dean back to Bolton. BWFC supporters will have fond memories of Dean’s time with our club and hope that the new regime can galvanise all parties in pulling together ... More

Three Ex-Wanderers Back BWFCST To Buy The Club

Three former Wanderers have backed the Supporters' Trust-led bid to take over at Bolton. Nathan Blake, Neil Whatmore and Henrik Pedersen offered their thoughts ahead of Wanderers' bumper FA Cup fourth round clash against Leeds United at the Macron, pledging their support and urging others to do the same. Nathan Blake, a former Welsh international ... More

Wanderers Legend John McGinlay Appointed BWFCST’s First Ambassador

The Bolton Wanderers Supporters’ Trust is pleased to announce that club legend John McGinlay has been appointed as an official Trust ambassador. The Scotsman, who represented the club between 1992 and 1997 scoring 118 goals in 245 appearances, has been a key figure for the Trust to date, acting as a solid line of communication between the Steering ... More

Your BWFCST Questions Answered

Over the last few days we’ve received and increasing number of questions, particularly across social media. We understand it’s important to keep communication levels high, but the sheer volume of questions has made is physically impossible to reply to every single person. This is the best solution we have: to answer as many questions as possible in one ... More

An Update On The Bolton Wanderers Supporters’ Trust

On Saturday before the MK Dons game, the initial steering group of the BWFCST (see the members here) met for the first time to continue the process for formally getting the Trust running so that the subsequent elections can take place as soon as possible. The first thing agreed was that Richard Hurst will act as interim chair of the steering group. ... More