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“Oh, that team Peter Kay supports”
“Oh so they were playing football not ping pong...”
Bolton F.C or Bolton Wanderers F.C. to give them their full title are a football team from Bolton, which is a town part of the Great Manchester Empire. The team is made up of ex-convicts and players on loan from Prison for various offences. They are known for their psychotic mentality, hard tackling, cheating, pushing, kicking, punching, spitting and really really really really long throw-ins. Which is why People have often accused the team of using 'rough-house tactics'. People have speculated that Alan Hansen says it is total nonsense. However, experts on linguistics have so far been unable to determine exactly what Hansen is ever saying - overwhelmed by his English accent.
When Bolton restored their Premiership football status. Tony Blair - Mighty King, Commander of the Armies of the British, Ruler of the Commonwealth, Conqueror of Men and Lord of the Dance passed the 'Bolton Act' as a means of overcoming Britain's crowded prisons. Conservative Leader David Cameron has criticised this act, claiming it glamourises drug usage and could influence future politicians in to smoking crack.
Owen Coyle now manager of Bolton, after moving from Burnley FC midway through the 2009-2010 season. He claimed he was making an upward career move but in reality he just moved diagonally sideways. He is hoping to use his Scottishness to confuse all players in the game, as they will not understand his accent in the slightest. This may stop Bolton being relegated because when he shouts something across the pitch, the other team stands still for the next ten minutes wondering what on earth he just said.
Under his reign, Bolton have begun to play attractive football but still never deserve the points in any given match. Or at least that's what is believed to be the opinion of the South Of England Broadcasting Corporation. Since no-one has kept awake through any anlaysis by their pet muppet Garth Crooks recently, we have only conjecture to go on.
edit Current Squad
Some of Bolton's current crop employed in the 10-0-1 Formation
edit Nicolas Anelka
Fucked off to Chelsea- btw, Chelsea are freaking shit
edit Kevin Nolan
Honed his football skills in the self styled: 'So bad Turkey didn't want it' Turkish Prison in Birmingham, West Midlands, UK. Jailed for butchering his mother-in-law with a, er, butcher knife. Nolan's psychotic nature caused many rifts at the prison. Jeffrey Dahmer suffered a stroke when Nolan arrived.
Martin Bjarnø Hansen also suffered from a stroke, however he managed to get resusitated with gigantic horse dicks to the chest and still lives in California to this day.
Now works for Safestyle UK FC, known to some as Newcastle United, but to most as 'That shit team in Scotland run by a load of rats from France'.
edit Ivan CampoDefensive anchor (this is meant literally - he is so obese he cannot move) Ivan Campo spent his early career playing for Real Madrid and earned call-ups to his country - Spain. Not as mentally unstable as other members of the squad; he was sent to the slammmer for stealing 25 tins of dieting product 'Slim-Fast'. Set to end footballing career with Bolton and follow Martin Keown's footsteps by pursuing a modelling career.
edit El Hadji Diouf
'El Hadji Diouf' (translation: The Dirty Spitter) finds himself the only player to have actually violated the law even further while playing for his club. Arrested for spitting on former manager Sam Allardyce seven times, causing Big Sam to choke on his chewing gum. Diouf's gal's mum continues to stand by his player despite Diouf beating his wife, former News of the World journalist Rebekah Wade, on a regular basis. Jewed off to Sunderland in the summer of 2008. Jewed off to Colouredburn Winter 20000009
edit Kevin Davies
Also known as 'Mad Dog Davies'. Short and menacing, known for hanging around much larger people and biting their ankles. Similar to a Jack Russell. When playing for Bolton he does the same thing to opposition players. Previously thrown in an animal shelter until the RSPCA realised their mistake and sent him to jail for assault, which resulted in an illustrious Bolton career. Warning: may carry rabies. Always scores against West Ham, as he put a shit curse on them, resulting from the club rejecting him, when he was a puppy, for being a bit shit.
edit Gary Speed
Gary Speed is one of the greatest to ever play the game. And is he still playing at nearly 40 because of ridiculously high wages? Of course not. He's doing it for the game, he is. Such a great professional. An instrumental part of the Bolton midfield. Such a great professional. He's given so much to the game, he has. Brilliant technique and everything. He's a great professional. Speed will be receiving his knight(man)hood in 2015 for his contribution to the game. R.I.P, One of the Welsh greats.
edit Ricardo Gardening
Ricardo is the main member of G-unit. Disappeared when Eminem threatened him.
“Such a Great Professional”
edit Martin Petrov
Until recently a victim of the endemic homosexual sex trade in Failsworth, Petrov was spotted by Sven listlessly kicking a can about on the A6 after receiving a heavy buggery from a self-employed tradesman called Barry. His pleas to be allowed to see the Bulgarian consulate after each game are met by loving chuckles from his teammates, as they once again bundle him into the shower. After being told his ears were too big, and he wasn't good enough, he joined Long-Ballton for an undisclosed fee.
edit Jay-Jay Okocha
A highly influential ex-player, he set up the Jay-Jay Okocha scholarship at Bolton University for aspiring African footballers. This infamously difficult to attain scholarship has only been achieved once - by Jay-Jay himself. This was, to say the least, noticed, and Jay-Jay was hence rejected from The University of Bolton for failing to achieve the two E grades at A Level (or equivilant) he needed to undertake his course in media studies.
- Score a goal
- Make a statue of 'The Messiah' Ali al Habasi
- NEW SIGNING***
Andy Reid has just signed for Bolton Football Club on a food based contract. Every game he plays well in, will be given unlimited food at KFC and Burger King; plus for every goal he scores he gets a pack of custard creams. This well be a great signing but puts the club under pressure with the credit crunch as he's normal food comsumption is around £12 millions a meal.
Andy Reid has died from over eating but not because he played well, they wanted to show him live in that shit hole that is Bolton. This will be a great lost but has almost stop world hunger but Nigel Honey still stops them Afica's from eating.
- Nicolas Anelka had never been jailed. A club record. This led to team-mates dubbing him 'a girlie man' and 'big time charlie'. Worryingly, he has been missing for some time. Last seen with Kevin Nolan at a butcher's shop...
- One notable former player is central defender Mike Tyson. Tyson received numerous red cards during his Bolton career and amongst his on-field sins he has been sent off for selling marijuana, raping women and biting opponents ears. Has since returned to boxing.
- Real Madrid's European Cup winning captain, Hierro was only at Bolton for one year but became a firm fan's favourite. His signing proved that either Bolton were becoming a name in European football, or that they would accept any old clapped out rubbish player who should have retired years ago.
- Right-Back, Nicky Hunt (the young stump of Daisy Hill) unfortunately finds himself labelled "the worst thing to come out of Bolton since Pandora's box". The player was last seen fumbling around the edge of the box like a centipede without legs, having endless panic attacks about the ball coming within 10 yards of him.
- Manager Gury Smegson hopes to last to the end of september in the coming season. At which point Bolton will probably be in the bottom three and still waiting for their first goal. He said "I hope to keep us up this season with a brilliant series of 38 nil nil draws" Pillock
- Nigeria is a fairly large country in Africa
edit See Also
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