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A Season in Statistics Player-By-Player: Francesco Pisano

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This will be brief, much like your sex life

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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.

Now it's the turn of our Italian hunk Francesco Pisano. Your mum's favourite.

Appearances - 3(1)

Another of Neil Lennon's failed full-backs, a list which includes Derik Osede, Jose Casado and Josh Vela, Pisano came from Italy with a decent name and singularly failed to impress anyone.

Minutes Played - 143

Coming across as a tough-tackling but diminutive player, Pisano made little progress in shifting a less-than-impressive Vela from the right back berth. The Preston North End game at Deepdale saw Pisano given seven minutes towards the end of the game. In his defence, how are you meant to do anything of note on a football pitch in seven minutes?

Goals Conceded - 3 (1 per game)

A Bolton Wanderers defender who took part in a game that led to us keeping a clean sheet - they're as common as rocking horse shite. That said, does anyone know the name of the team he plays for now without looking it up? Didn't think so.

Review

Points won per game - 2 at 0.66 points per game. A better record than Dorian Dervite, interestingly.

Bookings - 0

Red cards - 0

Overall Season Performance - E

He came, he saw, he went. So what.

Next.