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WHEREARETHEWINGERS? IT'S CATCH US IF YOU CAN!

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FOR years, people were sigh-

saying: 'Where are the

AND Bolton, today's

players who

visitors

ing and

to Boundary Park, have a couple

can still make

One is

former Burnley and Manchester United star Willie Morgan; the other is ona-time Liverpool wing wizard Peter Thompson, pictured

below.

of

their experience count.

wingers in football?"

are in evidence more and more

Now, they

and warning defenders:

us, if you can!" Alan

"Catch

Groves, for instance, can match end master most defenders, on his

day, and against Orient, as these pictures show, he commanded attention on more than one

it needed no

occasion.

her than three opponents to

keep an eye on him, in the

bottom-left picture. fit again, after injury, to line up and parade their *ills in

on and beat opponents. Here's hoping both players are

as they get ready to take

style, too, the way Alan Groves and Peter Thompson are balanc-

Notice the similarity in

In fact,

ed,

today's local derby game!

A "

Welcometo -b

WANDERERS

NO DOUBT Bolton will visit

Boundary Park this afternoon with a' wistful thought of the might-have-

beens last spring

beat them

Brom won, in their final game of the season, to pip the Wanderers for the last promotion place, when all the points were totted up. So Bolton were left to soldier on for another season in the Second Division. But while, as Lancashire neighbours, we were sorry we couldn't do the Wanderers a good turn last term, as Lancashire rivals, we shall be trying our utmost to put one across them again, today. For once more they are contenders for a pro- motion place, and so are we.

.for it was here we

. and here that West

Bolton have rung a few changes in the ranks, since the start of the season. It came as a bit of a shock when their long- serving player, JOHN BYROM, announced that he intended to hang up his boots; then Bolton made a handsome gesture and allowed him to rejoin his first club, Blackburn Rovers, on a free transfer.

There was also the news that a key man in the back-four line, PAUL JONES, was ambitious to get a regular taste of First Division. Football and, reluctantly, Bolton decided to notify clubs that he was avail- able. Then came another blow, when goal- keeper BARRY SIDDALL also voiced

his ambitions

mere days-of his

First

about

playing

in

the

Division

and within

name being circulated, Sunderland snapped him up, for a fee in the region of £80,000. As luck would have it, newly-signed J(M McDONAGH had already joined the staff as cover, so he got his chance to step

straight into the first team.

Bolton, of course, have also done a bit

of

process, manager Ian Greaves has been able

other

recruiting themselves and in the

1

to count on some experienced players at

 

!

Burnden Parh. Former Liverpool winger

 

L

HOPE TO

MAKEIT

A HAPPY

PETER THOMPSON, who knew the gloq days when winning championship ana Cup honours with the Anfield club, was joined by one-time Manchester United full-back TONY DUNNE, given a free

transfer

Willie Morgan was allowed to leave Burnle)

he was snapped up by Bolton.

at

Old

Trafford

and

wher

Peter and Tony

have both defied thr

years in recent seasons, and given Bolton tremendous service with their skills and experience, and Willie, who left Turf Moo1 for Manchester United, then returned tc his first club, is another player who car make his skill and know-how count. He car operate as a winger, or do a midfield job. Bolton have not had it all smoott sailing, for apart from their disappointmeni at not claiming a promotion place last

spring, they have had players out of action through injuries, and those have included forwards, Peter Thompson, HUGHIE CURRAN and GARRY JONES and de. fender JOHN R ITSON. But the Wanderers have kept going, and they have been able to rely upor players who have shown considerable consistency -- one thinks of SAM ALLARDYCE, in the back-four line, anc ROY GREAVES AND PETER REID, who can make and score goals, and valuable contributions have also been made by players such as NEIL WHATMORE, PETER NICHOLSON, and ALAN WALDRON, while STEVE TAYLOR, who has been given a run in the front line, has shown that he knows the route to goal. Bolton's start to the season was noi

a happy one, for they went down 3-1

at Ewood Park against Blackburn Rovers, but then they hit the winning trail with a 2-0 victory over Orient at Burnden Park, ,

followed up with a 3-1 home win over Mill- wall, and won by the only goal of the game

at Notts. County.

A LOT can happen in a short time, in football, as this picture shows. It's the Bolton fim-

team squad, and it was taken not long ago. Since when John Byrom has moved back to Black- burn, Barry Siddall has joined Sunderland, and Jim McDonagh, signed as cover, has stepped up

as Siddall's replacement.

Picture Key: Back row (left to right1:Peter Thompson (inset), Peter Reid, Garry Jones, Roy Greaves, Mike Walsh, Brian Smith, Paul Jones (inset). Centre row: John Byrom, Sam Allardyca, Barry Siddall, Andy Slack, Peter Nicholson, Neil Whatmore, Alan Waldron (inset). Front row:

Hughie Curran, Steve Taylor. John Ritson, Willie Morgan, Tony Dunne.

They returned to Burnden to give Hull

City a 51 trouncing, then went down to their second defeat of the season when they lost 2-1 to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, before taking a point from Plymouth in

a 1-1 draw at Home Park. However, they

fell 3-0 at home to Blackpool, then lost

3-2 at Cardiff, so they need polnts now to pull back. Taylor was on the mark in the win agalnst Orient, scored two goals when Bolton beat M~llwall,and two more when Hull conceded five goats. He was on the mark, too, in the defeats at Chelsea and Cardlff. Paul Jones has also shown that

as well as stopping str~kers,he can go up

Into attack and find the net, for he netted mice against Hull and has been a marks- man from the penalty spot. And a curio of Bolton's game against Plymouth was that both the goals - one for Plymouth, the other for Bolton - came from a Lancashlre lad who has done so

well as a striker for Argyle. For 11 was Paul Mariner who put Plymouth ahead - and Mariner who, 10 minutes or so later. scored an "own goal" which brought Bolton the~requaliser. Bolton have seen other clubs lead the way in the Second Division table, but they were among the pacesetters at the

start. After

three games, they lay fourth;

after four they had moved up to third, and with five matches played they were in second spot.

Then Walves and Chelsea, in turn, took over the leadership, but while Oldham edged into third place, Bolton slipped to

ninth position, after having lost at Cardiff.

they will be keen to make up leeway

So

on their return to Boundary Park, where they lost by the odd goal in three on Boxing Day, last year. Obviously, they will be hoping for a good result today - just as Oldham will be aiming for a repeat of that

Christmas-time victory last season.

MoreMatches Are Being Sponsored

.

OUR sponsorship scheme has

started

supporters, will play your part by joining in. As you can see on thew pages, we are looking for people to sponsor players by donating money

which will buy sets of kit, or indivi-

dual items of kit. shown alongside.

As we point out, the name of the &me b Soccer, but the name of the club is OLDHAM. And we hope that you will respond to our rheme by becoming a sponsor, just as several firms have already become sportsom of matches being played at Boundary Park. Our first sponsored match was against Millwall, and today we have another rpon-

Bolton

Wanderen. The sponsorship scheme is gathering momentum, for eight or more matches are being backed by business sponrorr in the future. And we are very grateful indead to J.W.Leer Brewery for their &om on our behalf. After Millwall and Bolton, we have Nottingham Forest (next Saturday), Carlisle (November 13). Sheffield United (December 271, Burnley (~anuar~1, 1977) Wokes (Fekuary 26) and Hereford (April 16).And all being well, there will be other games sponsored by various f inns. We are encouraging local firms and individuals to give us their backing, and that goes for the supporters, too. Remember, you can make a donation which will cwer a complete set of playing strip, or a single item. If you require any further information

about

Boundary

is contact. me

need to do

Park. Just drop me a line, or telephone:

sored game, with the visit

The prices are

and we hope that YOU, the

of

our

sponsor&*

scheme,

at

all

you

061824 4972 and you'll be given all the necessary details. And you can become wen more closely invoked with YOUR dub by joining in the sponsorship scheme. I'll look forward to hearing from you!

WALTER GRlFFlTHS

-- General manager

ANY supporter who wants to sponror a player by donating the money to provide a complete set of kit can do so; or he can opt for individual items, such as a pair of foot- ball boots, a jersey, football shorts -or stocking. Or he can simply make a donation.

COMPLETE KIT FOR A PLAYER

PAIR OF FOOTBALL BOOTS

I JERSEY FOR A PLAYER

PAIR OF

FOOTBALL SHORTS

PAlR OF FOOTBALL STOCKINGS

YOU can do your bit for 'Latics

--. BELOW, we Ikt the cast of sponsoring

a player by donating the cash for a complete set of kit or, altemativ~,the cost of ach individual item of playing kit. Whichever *you choase to do, we shall be delighted

to hear from you

and

you

and

you.

 

f22.75

f15.00

1

f3.50

1

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f 1.50

ielp US make it a winning team!

TODAY'S NIATCHSPONSORSHIP .

FOR

the

second

season,

Bolton

Wancjerem are being supportsd in a practical =ding

way by

-ial&

B~~~soft ~~i~bG~~~

soft-drink

rnanvfachlr&

the way

with Soccer ~wrshi~

largenn the U.K., and the chairman, Mr. Robert

is keenly interested in a wide range

in the *rr,

U.K., whose products inch& Tber, Jusoda. 'f w-.

Strike Cola. and Scotlrd's toprelling ' Only recently, Don Revie stated his

~iewson sportsorship, and there are others

Barrs have branches nationwide, inchad- riike him who believe that sponsonhip has

ing one at New Moston. and as an exterr 3n increasingly important part to play in sion to the Wrwm with Bolton are lelping to keep Soccer clubs alive and

sponsoring a number of Wderm' aW 'inancially viable.

Irn-Bru.

~h~ company have -been p-

thb

season

including

fixtures

match.

today's

The BarrIBolton association is a practical norking example of how it operates. and

indumy and in 3olton and Barrs could well be blazing a trail which could be followed in a big way.

both w*in the softarih

Manage

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JIMMY

FRIZZELL

says-

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FOR OUR second sponsored game of the sesson, we can be hopeful that we shall double our normal attendance, with the visit of Bolton Wanderers, and I have no doubt that they will bring with them plenty of vociferdus support. We, for our part, want the 'Latia fans to make them- selves well and truly heard. As a manager, it's my job to try to produce results by fielding a team Mich wins matches; but support for the team is of paramount importance, in so many ways. And I am delighted that our sponsorship scheme has got off the ground in such a succerJful manner. We can now count on sponsorship of games at regular intervals through the season, and - we hope - on individual roodin in the form of donations for playing kit. And all this helps to eara the financial burdens of the club, and to reduce the pr0bk~- including .those of the manager - all round. Like ourselves, Bolton want to be winners; but today we have home advan- tag8. and we aim to make it pay. We have been up among the leaders for the past few weeks, and our intention b to ensure that matten stay that way. It's good to know, too, that we M receiving backing off the field to such an extent, from those who have joined in our sponsorship scheme. Our thanks to them - and let us hope that today's game prwides another step in the right direction by 'Latics.

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1. What is the record victory achieved

by a non-league club against a League club?

2. What is the lowest recorded gate in

a First Division League game?

captained

three ~u&inning teams in successive

vean at Wernblev.

4. Who was the last full-back to score

in an F.A. Cup final?

has

appeared in an F.A. Cup final, both as an

amateur and as a professional?

6. Who was the last player to score

a hat-trick in an F.A. Cup final?

7. Which player won caps for his countrv while olavina for five different

clubs? '

What is the record win for a home-

international game?

the

F.A. Cup by beating six First Division opponents.

3. Name

the

player

who

5. Which

player

since

the

war

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the

last

8.

9. Name

team to win

10.

Who

was

the

last

defender

to

score in an F.A. Cup final?

 

YOU'RE THE REF! '

 

WlNGERS are

in fashion again

. so

here's a query for you to answer as the referee. The right-winger receives a pass from his centre-forward, races down the flank, and leaves the opposing full-back trailing. As the winger approaches the

keeps the ball in play and

and sends over a cross which looks tailor- made for the centre-forward to head home until the defending centrehalf appears "from nowhere" to nod the ball for a corner. The right-winger immediately takes the corner kick, and it's another good cross. In fact, the ball beats everyone as it curls wer and strikes the near upright, then rebounds to the winger, who centres the ' ball into the six-yard area. Remember, you're the referee - so what's vour verdict on this one?

corner flag, he

THE ANSWER is clear-cut: you should award an indirect free-kick against the right-winger, and it should be taken from the spot where he played the ball a second time. Because he is not allowed to play the ball twice, without another player having touched it first. If you got it right, full

TEAM CHANGES

USE THE letters in the names of me?

"playen"

to spell out two Second Division

clubs:

ROY HUTTON

SCOT FINN

MAlT EGSTON

FOUR OF A KlND

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(C) PORS

HERE, in alphabetical order, are the names of four post-war managers of one club, Can you list them in the correct order - and give the name of the cluv

PETER JACKSON

JOHN LOVE

.CLIFF LLOYD

LES McDWALL

CLUB SANDWICH

(C) PQRS

FIND THE name of a League Soccer club that will fit between and make every column a three-lettered word:

S

HDEAI

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QUlZ ANSWERS

1. Boston United beat Derby County.

then of the Second Division, 6-1 in a Cup

game at the Baseball Ground. 2. 4.554

watched Arsanal play Laeds at Highbury. in 1965. 3. Bobby Moore captained West

Ham in the

again in the 1965 European Cup-winners Cup final, and England in their 1966 World Cup triumph. 4. Eddie Shimwell, in the 1948 final, for Bladtpool. 5. Bill Sbter. as an amateur with Blackpod in 1951, and as a professional with Wolves in 1960.

6. Stan hrtmmm. for Blackpool. in

1953. 7. Derdc Damn was capped for

Northern Ireland while playing for Ports- mouth, Bbdtburn, Aston Villa, Leicester

and Wolves. 8. 13-0, when England beat

1964 Cup final. West Ham

Ireland in 1882.

1948. 10. David Webb, in the C))eb

Leeds final of 1970. , ,., ,

9. Matn9mmr United. in

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TEAM CHANGES solution. Nottingham Forest, Notts. County. FOUR OF A KlND solution: Les McDowall, Peter Jackson. Cliff Lloyd, John Lwe. And the name of the dub is Wrexham. CLUB SANDWICH solution. 8y. hot, dRy, eTa, ask, iMp, dog, hug, aTe, die. Put the capital letters together, and they spell out the lumo of Third Division club PORTSMOUTH.

 

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GOALSCORERS

Robins (2)

(?), ~aloni'(2).Bell (I(,

Irving (3) Shaw (4) Chapman

Young (1').

RESERVE APPEARANCES

Ogden (6) Hoolickin (8)

Blair

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20--southport Reserves

27-Crewe Alexandra 'A' 4-Liverpool 'A' 11-Manchester C. 'A'

Rovers 'A'

Q.P.R.V.

STOKE C. v. DERBY C

TOTTENHAM H. v. COVENTRY c

Division Two BLACKBURN R. v. CHELSEA.

BRISTOL R. v. PLYMOUTH A.

CARDIFF C.V. BLACKPOOL

CHARLTON A. v. SHEFFIELD U. ! .7 .?

FULHAM v. HULL

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Jan

8-Tranmere

15-Manchester U. 'A'

22-4ochdale

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Feb. 12-Bradford C. Reserves . 19-Burnley 'A'. 26-Rochdale :f?ese~es

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Mar. 5-Stockport C. 'A' 12-Macclesfield T. 19-Blackpool 'A'

 

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26-Everton

'A'.

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Apr.

2-Crewe Alexandra 'A'

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23&cclesfield

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May

7-Tranmere Rovers 'A .H(

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NEWS AND--

HEREFORD

U. v. NOTTS.CO

LUTON T. v.

NOTTS. F. v. BURNLEY

ORlENTv.

WOLVES v. CARLISLE

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VIEWS FOR SUPPORTERS

A BIG vote of thanks to Mr. Brian

Docksey (Failworth Motor Sales), who once again provided the vehicle used by the

ball boys in the

The junior supporters football teams had a

full day out at

of thew two

matches; and because of our excellent result

at

one and drawing the other

THERE'S another Lancashire derby game coming up, when 'Latics visit Burnley at Turf Moor on Saturday, November 6.

to the stands on match days

at

obtainable at

Admission

Oldham Carnival this year.

Blackpool (24.8.76),.losing

the tint

team,

the day

Turf

Moor

is by ticket,

KEN

WALMSLEY,

who

comes from

the ticket office. and these are the prices for resewed seats: Bob Lord Stand, 43;

Blackpool,

started

refereeing

at

the age

Cricket Field Stand, f1.50. Tickets are

of 17, and progressed via local leagues in

available one month in advance from the

the Wigan and Leigh areas to the

shire combination and the Football League list. He refereed the first women's Soccer international between England and Holland,

this year, and has officiated in 33 non-

league finals. He has also run the line for

a European Cup match,

Ireland amateur international, and for the

an England-

Lancas- ticket office at Turf Moor, and anyone

applying should enclose a stamped, address-

ed envelope. Admission prices to the ground

on match day: adults, 75p

and juveniles under 12 years,

senior citizens

There is a special enclosure for visiting

,

4

for

which

includes

their

own

1973

sports,

all

he played Soccer and cricket for

Lancashire Schools, before cartilage trouble

enforced his retirement.

Amateur

Cup

final.

ken

on

!

selling hot snacks.

hot

drinks,

sweets,

cigarettes, cigars and soft drinks,

and the

match-day magazine. There bar.

is also a licensed

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.A,

.

Blackpool by

ended on a very happy note for all.

All

official members of the Supportem'

Club are entitled to travel at reduced rates

to away matches. The cash benefits far out- weigh the 50p adult and 2% junior mem- bership fee that is necessary. Membership forms can be obtained from the Secretary, J. Vernon, 22 Eleanor-road, Royton, or Mr. Norman Keeley, 27 Highlands-road, High Crompton, Shaw. Please enclose a

supporters.

turnstiles on Belvedere-road, toilets, kiosks stamped

your

tained membership from the card. Souvenir Forms Shop can and also la be Ki ob- street, Oldham. YOUR TEAM NEE% MORE SUPPORT AT AWAY MATCHES. SO why not join this happy band of genuine

supportem?

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