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Bolton's summer departures; where are they now? Part 2

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Have last summers released players been regrettable loses or should we thank the gods they're gone?

Bolton v Everton U23 - EFL Checkatrade Trophy Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images

With the defence done in Part 1, let's move up the field:

Midfielders.

Neil Danns; another player to find solace with Bury, signing a 2 year contract with them. Indifferent performances with 13 league starts, a couple of goals, a sending off and a culprit towards Bury's winless streak, show we were right to let him go. MISS

Liam Feeney; Expected to join Ipswich but ended up at Blackburn. Having an indifferent time with 10 league starts in a struggling Championship side that's highly likely to be relegated. MISS

Rob Hall; Forever burned in my memory for his first half performance that enabled Blackpool to stop us reaching the Championship playoffs. Not his fault but that idiot Freedman of course, but tainted nonetheless. Anyhow, after an alleged half decent showing at the MK Dons was cut short by a cruciate injury, Rob signed a two year contract with fellow League One side Oxford in July after his Bolton release. Oxfords faith is currently being rewarded as Robs return from injury is off to a flyer. He has scored 3 goals in 11 appearances whilst also picking up 5 yellows, very impressive for someone who plays like a big fairy. Should be a HIT but he never settled 'up north' sooo MISS

Jordan Lussey; Another Lennon signing that failed. The ex Liverpool and Bolton reserve joined struggling National League side Stockport last September. He has made 12 appearances so far. MISS

Jon Ceberio; joined Bolton on the same day as Lussey, the 21 year old Spaniard moved back home to Real Sociedad C, the SECOND reserve team of giants Real Sociedad. MISS

Channing Campbell-Young; Signed for Hendon FC in the Isthmian League. No available stats sums his career up so far. MISS

Chris Cvetko; the Austrian youngster moved home to FC Blau Weiss Linz in the summer. MISS

Yvan Wassi; an ex Man City youth team player but with no information available as to what happened to the lad since he left Bolton, I can only assume that he is no longer in the professional game. MISS

Strikers.

Emil Heskey; Now retired but unfortunately for us it was 12 months too late, particularly when being paid a reported £7k per week. MISS

Stephen Dobbie; after being released, Dobbie signed up for a second spell with Scottish Championship side, Queen of the South. 21 appearances and 12 goals sounds impressive but considering the playing standard, my gran could probably do that and she's been dead almost 20 years. MISS

Tom Eaves; Joined League Two side Yeovil Town on a one year deal after his release from Bolton. Playing regularly but 4 goals in 24 appearances isn't exactly eye opening form. MISS

Kaiyne Woolery; The jet heeled striker was a fan favourite and much angst was spent when he was sold. Woolery is the only player, other than Holding, who we actually got money for, reported at around £200k plus add ons, when he signed a 3 year deal with Wigan. Other than one subs appearance, Woolery has spent his time dabbing on the bench. It got worse, Woolery was recently farmed out to National League side Forest Green until the end of the season. What a come down. MISS

Jamie Thomas; Highly rated and had a section of Bolton fans clamouring for him to be given a chance in to he first team. He was released instead and ended up sticking two fingers up at Bolton by signing a two year contract with Premiership Burnley. However things didn't go to plan. A six month loan to Ayr United, in the same league as free scoring Dobbie's Queen of the South remember, was cut short when Ayr rated there own youngsters more. MISS

So there you have it. Agree or disagree? Leave your thoughts below the line.