Embarking on a 20th season in charge of Bolton Wanderers, I'd taken the club from the fourth tier of English football and financial ruin to four-time national champions and being absolutely minted in the last 19 years.
Our third defence of Bolton Wanderers' Premier League title had started pretty well as we sat two points clear of free-scoring Manchester United. We also had another Champions League first knockout round clash with Real Madrid to look forward to. 2039 began with a £150 million offer for star midfielder Germán Martínez from Real Madrid,... Continue Reading →
As Bolton Wanderers' young squad flourished, the club was becoming an increasingly dominant force in the Premier League. The 2037/38 campaign saw us only lose once until the final two games of the season in wrapping up a third successive title.
Bolton Wanderers' second Premier League title defence was off to a superb start as they headed into 2038 unbeaten. They were also looking forward to an exciting first clash with Real Madrid in the Champions League.
The good people of Bolton had yet more reason to celebrate in the summer of 2037 as their Bolton Wanderers heroes sealed the unlikely feat of defending their maiden Premier League title.
A maiden Premier League title defence hadn't started overly well but a strong end to 2036 saw Bolton Wanderers slash the gap to early pacesetters Arsenal and Tottenham.
Bolton Wanderers had become Champions of England for the first time in their history in the summer of 2036. This confirmed our turnaround in the club's fortunes, rising from League 2 to the best team in the country in 16 years.
Bolton Wanderers were challenging at the top of the Premier League after a great start to the 2035/36 campaign. Their strong form, with just two league defeats, had been inspired by exciting summer signing Germán Martínez, who already had nine assists, and star striker Guilherme, who had 14 goals in 21 games.
Bolton Wanderers fans had a summer to remember in 2035 as their heroes lifted the club's first-ever European trophy. The young Bolton side also upgraded to the second tier of continental competitions for the next season by finishing fifth in the Premier League.