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We Remain: Those Bolton Wanderers Have Kept in Attack

Jamie takes a look at those who remain at the Macron who pretend to be able to score.

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Finally are my thoughts, on most, of those who play up front and are currently still at Bolton Wanderers.

Gary Madine

Madine hardly set the world alight at Bolton last season but does have a decent track record in League One. He was amongst the goals while at Sheffield Wednesday before his off the pitch activities came to a head.

If he can gain a little confidence and score the same number of goals he has in the past in League One then we might finally have a player who can score goals for us, or be it a season too late.

Zach Clough

If he hangs around, which could be a big if, Clough could be a real asset next season. He had a difficult second season punctured by injuries but he still showed flashes of his undoubted talent.

If he can put a run of good performances together and score a few goals in succession hopefully the confidence will follow and we will see the Clough we enjoyed watching breaking onto the scene against Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup. Also that would mean that a Championship club will likely give us some cash for him which would be very welcome no doubt.

Max Clayton

Oh yeah we own him still. The most Bolton of players constantly being injured but does have experience at League One level and could be a valuable player. He showed his ability the season before last but was unable to replicate while not injured last season which is no surprise while trying to get back up to speed in a horribly underperforming team.

With any luck his injury nightmare will end and we will finally see why he was so converted when he joined us.

Kaiyne Woolery

I have never been that impressed when I have watched Woolery but the potential is clear to see. His pace causes defences all kinds of problem and if he can work on the end product he could be a really useful player.

Losing Liam Feeney means that the team now really lacks pace which means that Woolery could be a vital member of the squad, he could give League One defenders nightmares.

Alex Samizadeh

It would be no surprise if someone came in for the Iranian over the summer. But if he stays around for next season he could be a useful player.

He is a natural finisher which could be very valuable. If he can make the step up to first team level then his natural ability in front of goal could complete what could potentially be a well-rounded set of offensive options next season.

What do people think of our current options for next season? Leave a comment below.