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Big Changes Are Coming To This Little Bolton Blog, We Give You A Peek


We can rebuild it. We have the technology. We have the capability to build the world's best Bolton Wanderers blog. The Lion of Vienna Suite will be that blog. Better than it was before. Better, stronger, faster.

Two weeks back, we showed you the new Lion of Vienna Suite logo and promised that we would offer you a look at the evolution of our pokey little Bolton Wanderers blog. We will be unveiling a brand new look in the very near future, a complete overhaul of the site that will conform to the rest of the SB Nation United platform and one that will get the content to you, the reader, quicker and more efficiently.

The site is going to load faster, allowing you to reach the content you want (be it on this blog or one of the other blogs on the network) easier. The new layout will put the best and brightest content front and center and the redesign will reduce clutter so that you're seeing what you want to see.

The technology behind the new site is going to make sure that whether you're on your computer, phone, or tablet, you get the same experience everywhere. Most importantly, we will not be taking away any of the content and features that you guys have responded so well to but we will be introducing some new and exciting stuff that will make following Bolton Wanderers that much easier.

Below are some screenshots from other sites around the network that will give you an idea of what to expect from the new and much improved Lion of Vienna Suite:


The new Cover system will put the most important information first


Story streams will allow you to easily follow along as news on a particular subject develops


You'll get the same experience on your mobile as well. No more text-only pages.


There will be better organization across the whole page, letting you find the content you want quickly.

We're ridiculously excited about the new system and can't wait for it to go live soon. We wanted to keep you, the reader, involved in the changes that we're making.