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The 100 Days Since Bolton Wanderers Last Won

Everything that's happened since we last won a game

It has now been 100 days since Bolton Wanderers last won a game. A 2-1 victory against Wolverhampton Wanderers way back on September 12th. Here is everything that's happened in those 100 days.

September 13h - 1 day since last win: Assistant manager Johan Mjallby leaves the club.

September 15th - 3 days since last win: Steve Walford joins the club as the new assistant manager. Zach Clough is ruled out for four months after dislocating his other shoulder in a 0-0 draw with Sheffield Wednesday.

September 19th - 7 days since last win: Huddersfield Town dismantle Wanderers in a 4-1 thrashing.

September 23rd - 11 days since last win: Loan moves for Swansea City striker Marvin Emnes and West Brom forward Victor Anichebe both fail.

September 26th - 14 days since last win: Whites come from two goals down to draw against unbeaten Brighton. Max Clayton returns from a 9 month injury lay off.

September 30th - 18 days since last win: More loan moves, this time for Bournemouth's Yann Kermogant and Charlton Athletic's Igor Vetokele both also fail.

October 3rd - 21 days since last win: Despite at one stage being 2-0 up, Bolton lose 4-3 to QPR. I also smashed my phone celebrating our late equalised, only for us to still go on and lose.

October 6th - 24 days since last win: Neil Lennon given misconduct charge by the FA after his comments on the referee of the QPR game.

October 17th - 35 days since last win: Bolton are comfortably swept aside by Burnley in a 2-0 defeat which saw Jay Spearing leave the pitch on a stretcher.

October 19th - 37 days since last win: Zach Clough signs new three year deal at the club.

October 20th - 38 days since last win: Bolton lose 1-0 to Birmingham City, courtesy of a goal from former defender Paul Robinson.

October 22nd - 40 days since last win: Wellington Silva is ruled out for two months after tearing his hamstring against Birmingham.

October 23rd - 41 days since last win: After previously being turned down by the club, Wanderers sign Shola Ameobi on a short term deal.

October 24th - 42 days since last win: Shola Ameobi scores on his debut in a 1-1 draw with Leeds United. After much deliberation, Liam Trotter moves on loan to Nottingham Forest. He scores a late equaliser on his debut.

October 26th - 44 days since last win: Wanderers sign midfielder Luke Brattan on loan from Manchester City.

October 31st - 49 days since last win: Bolton draw 0-0 with Preston in what was the worst game ever.

November 3rd - 52 days since last win: Wanderers lose 2-0 away at Ipswich Town.

November 7th - 56 days since last win: White draw 0-0 with relegation rival Bristol City.

November 9th - 58 days since last win: Bolton hierarchy dismiss talk or administration.

November 10th - 59 days since last win: We here at LoVS break the news of a takeover actually being imminent at Bolton Wanderers.

November 11th - 60 days since last win: We also exclusively reveal that Dean Holdsworth is the head of the Sports Shield consortium looking to buy the club. Holdsworth leaves managerial job at Brentwood Town amongst the speculation.

November 16th - 65 days since last win: Wanderers hire financial advisor Trevor Birch as chairman Phil Gartside is taken seriously ill. It's confirmed that Eddie Davies can no longer financially support the club.

November 17th - 66 days since last win: A loan move for Wolves' Rajiv van La Parra which, by all accounts, was completed, collapse due to a lack of funds.

November 18th - 67 days since last win: Local boxer Amir Khan associates himself with the Holdsworth bid. Club confirm Gartside's illness and that Birch will now act on behalf of the club.

November 19th - 68 days since last win: It's revealed that former Wanderer Stelios is front a consortium of his own to buy the club.

November 21st - 70 days since last win: Bolton lose 2-1 away at Reading.

November 23rd - 72 days since last win: In a statement from Trevor Birch, it's confirmed that Eddie Davies will wipe all the debt owed to him by Bolton Wanderers once the club is sold.

November 30th - 79 days since last win: Just hours before Bolton face Brentford at the Macron it's revealed that the players weren't payed for November. Despite that, however, Whites draw 1-1 thanks to a goal from Neil Danns. It's the game in which Gary Madine infamously calls Lennon a "prick".

December 1st - 80 days since last win: In his latest statement, Trevor Birch says Wanderers are in an 'increasingly perilous position.'

December 3rd - 82 days since last win: It's reported that Bolton could face administration "next week."

December 4th - 83 days since last win: In a heart warming display of togetherness, Wanderers fans start the #FilltheMacron campaign which saw fans from all over the world purchase tickets and then donate them to other people as they could not attend themselves.

December 5th - 84 days since last win: With Dean Holdsworth in attendance Wanderers slump to a 3-2 defeat to Cardiff City.

December 7th - 86 days since last win: Announced that Max Clayton will be out for four months after needing surgery on his hamstring. Whites draw non-league side Eastleigh in the FA Cup.

December 8th - 87 days since last win: 300 non-playing Bolton staff given no guarantees that they'll be paid by Christmas.

December 10th - 89 days since last win: Bolton Wanderers given winding up order by HRMC over unpaid tax bill.

December 12th - 91 days since last win: Whites lose 1-0 away to Hull City.

December 15th - 94 days since last win: Despite being 2-0 down within 26 minutes, Whites fight back to draw two all courtesy of goals from Emile Heskey and Josh Vela. Zach Clough also makes his return from injury. Vela leaves the field on a stretcher.

December 16th - 95 days since last win: The 300 non-playing staff are all paid, though it's warned that players could walk out for nothing if they aren't paid again in December.

December 17th - 96 days since last win: The newly formed Bolton Wanderers Supporters Trust begins to take off.

December 18th - 97 days since last win: Bolton given go ahead to carry on trading until mid January by a High Court Register.

December 19th - 98 days since last win: Zach Clough scores two as Bolton come close to beating Fulham but are thwarted by a late equaliser.

December 20th - 99 days since last win: An article in the Sunday Mirror accuses Neil Lennon of having multiple affairs and allegedly making a knife threat to one of the women, amongst a host of other things. Club announce they are internally investigating the situation.

December 21st - 100 days since last win. Luke Brattan is recalled by Manchester City having made exactly zero appearances for Bolton.

It's been a turbulent few months, and it's probably not going to get any better soon.