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A Season in Statistics Player-By-Player: Alex Finney

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Next up in the season review.....

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Here we are. It's the summer and we are looking back at each and every player who made an appearance for Bolton Wanderers during the 2015/16 season.

Next to receive that dubious honour is Alex Finney. This will be brief.

Appearances - 2

The 19 year old Huddersfield native has been with the club for a couple of years now, since his 2014 move from Leyton Orient. He captained our reserve team as well, which makes him ace, obvz *ahem Matt Connolly*.

Minutes Played - 46

He made his first team debut for Wanderers back in September, replacing Stephen Dobbie in a 4-1 away defeat to Finney's hometown club, Huddersfield Town. He would go on to make only one other appearance - one that he will want to forget away at Brentford in which he was substituted himself at half-time in favour of gigantic stump David Wheater.

Goals Conceded - 7 (3.5 per game)

He might only have played a couple of times, amounting to barely one half of football, but his time in the team was disastrous with one of the highest goals-per-game conceded rates in the whole squad.

Review

Points won per game - 0

Bookings - 0

Red cards - 0

Overall Season Performance - F

What was the point, really?

I wouldn't mind seeing him get some games, but the signs aren't good.