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A Season in Statistics Player-By-Player: Max Clayton

A season to forget....yeah another

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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.

It's time for permainjured Max Clayton.

Appearances - 8(3)

Max Clayton's second season at Bolton Wanderers was very similar to the first. A few bright spots with some terrible injuries inbetween. Is he good? No idea. Anyone who says they do know is lying to you. Just like your parents.

Minutes Played - 440

His versatility is meant to be an asset. I think it's a curse. Is he a wide midfielder? A striker? A support striker? God knows. The numbers don't lie - his scoring record is poor, and he appears to be quite injury prone. Serious injuries too. His season review is short and that's all there really is to say about that.

Goals Conceded - 12(1.5 per game)

That's a high number. Wow I didn't expect that. Surprising really and suggests that if he is a wide midfielder of sorts then he could perhaps do better at contributing defensively. I would like to think he's more attacking than that, so I won't dog him too much for the stats.


Points won per game - 4 at 0.5 per game.

Passing - 76.3%

Bookings - 0

Red cards - 0

Overall Season Performance - D

I feel mean on him because he hardly contributed at all due to either coming back from an injury or heading off to another spell on the sidelines. I hope 2016/17 allows us to see what he can offer.