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Bolton Wanderers in 'Doing the Right Thing' Shocker!

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The evil BWFC have done something right, wouldn't you believe it

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The world's most disgusting company, namely Bolton Wanderers Football Club, have today worked to dispel the myth that it is run by shape-shifting lizards by revealing ticketing information for the upcoming ripsnorter against Nottingham Forest, who just happen to be run by a shape-shifting lizard themselves.

In a shocking move, the club have confirmed that the 22nd August home game against Dougie Freedman's Forest will be a Category D (coincidentally) game, meaning that an adult ticket will set you back a mere £15.

The pricing structure is officially as follows:

Adults: £15
Over-65s: £5
Under-23s: £5
Under-18s: £5

Obviously this is a terrific move for what is to be a hotly-contested game as Dougie's relegation contenders arrive at the Reebok with ex-Bolton captain Matt Mills likely to be in the starting XI on the day.

The club have hinted that there will be other games selected for this scheme, and it makes sense to choose the Forest game initially.

That bloody Gartside eh?!