LETEST ;Steve Evans makes surprise Bolton Wanderers claim.

Bolton Wanderers manager Steve Evans says he would want to see them promoted to the Championship this year and refers to them as a “great club.”
Josh Sheehan scored the game-winning goal for Bolton Wanderers in their recent 3-2 victory over Stevenage.
Bolton is under pressure to earn promotion to the Championship thanks to a solid start to the year and a talented roster; anything less than a play-off finish would be viewed as disappointing.

Unexpectedly, Steve Evans, the manager of Stevenage, stated that he would adore for Bolton Wanderers to be promoted to the Championship this year.

Before a single ball in League One was kicked, The Trotters were one of the early season favorites for promotion, and after 10 games, they have lived up to that standard.

Bolton had a strong campaign last year but was narrowly defeated by Barnsley in the semi-final, preventing them from reaching the play-off final.

However, the Lancashire club went back during the summer, made adjustments to their squad, and now appears poised to at the very least compete for a play-off spot once more.

Bolton’s most recent victory came on Tuesday night against Evans’ Stevenage, and the Scotsman, who played for Bolton when he was younger, said he’d like to see them get promoted.

Bolton Wanderers 3-2 Stevenage

The matchup between these two teams on Tuesday night was quite interesting as both teams tried to stay with the pursuing group.

Dion Charles, the home team’s scorer, gave them the lead from the spot-kick, but Stevenage pulled them back seven minutes later when Jamie Reid finished a 90-meter breakaway.

Jack Iredale then gave Bolton the lead once more after volleying in a beautiful goal, but Reid once more gave the opposition a chance to tie the game in the 65th minute by converting a penalty.

It didn’t last long, though, as midfielder Josh Sheehan controlled the ball and scored to give Bolton the lead once more and secure the victory.

In their last five league games, Bolton has won three times, including two straight victories after their weekend victory over Port Vale.

With 20 points, the Trotters are currently in third position, five points behind leaders Portsmouth. Ian Evatt’s team is two points ahead of Stevenage, which is in fifth place.

Evans expressed displeasure with the refereeing after the game, although he still regarded Bolton as a “great club” and hoped they might advance further in the EFL despite losing.

I wish the club the best of luck,” he added, according to The Bolton News. When they come to play us at the Lamex, we’ll do everything in our power to defeat them.

But aside from that, they are a terrific club, and I would love to see them move up.

Bolton is under a little more strain this year than in previous years because they are now one of the major teams in League One.

People expected them to make the play-offs last year, but now that teams like Ipswich Town, Plymouth Argyle, and Sheffield Wednesday are no longer in the league, expectations are higher for groups like Bolton.

This season, the team is well-positioned to make a strong push for promotion, and anything less than a play-off finish will undoubtedly be seen negatively by the team and its supporters. But you would anticipate the Trotters to stay in the spot they are in right now given their playing roster and how the season has started.

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