How Will Bolton Cope Without Zach Clough?
With the devastating news that Zach Clough will miss the rest of the season, we assess who could take the youngster's place in the team.
Bolton Wanderers' Injury Crisis Laid Bare
We've suffered from an unprecedented spate of injuries lately - you could almost make a decent Championship side out of that
Injury update: Who's fit for Bolton Wanderers?
At several points this winter Neil Lennon's squad have looked more like an orthopedic surgery suite than a football club. Is it finally time to unleash the full power of a fit and focused Bolton Wanderers football club?
Chungy: Will He Stay Or Will He Go Now
The news that Chung-Yong Lee will be sidelined for around three weeks raises a number of questions over his future and dilemmas for his manager Neil Lennon.
Matt Mills An Injury Doubt For Bolton v Wigan
With Matt Mills looking likely to miss out on Saturday's game for Bolton Wanderers, who should replace him?
Wanderers' Striker Crisis - Enter Emile
Injuries to Craig Davies and Max Clayton, with Joe Mason also out long-term, have left Bolton threadbare up front - could Heskey be the answer?
Bolton Wanderers Injury Update: Craig Davies
The big forward came off in the 57th minute against Reading. Do we need to worry? Do we?
Bolton Wanderers goalkeepers: Lonergan v Bogdan
It looks like Adam Bogdan is fit again, but Andy Lonergan is on-form. Could controversy be next for manager Neil Lennon?
Bolton Wanderers' Mark Davies out 4 months
It's breaking news from the Macron, but it's hard to say that anyone is really surprised. For all his talent, Mark Davies is made of porcelain, and has spent more time on the trainer's table than on the pitch in his career.
Bolton Wanderers Injury Updates
With the team in good spirits following impressive performances, let's take a look at how some of the absentees are getting on.
Mark Davies set for two week injury lay off
Injury prone midfielder set to miss the games at Birmingham and Charlton but all being well should be available for selection for the visit of Brentford.
Under 21's Match: Bolton Wanderers 2 Everton 3
This was a significant game due to Stuart Holden and Josh Vela trying to make vital steps back to fitness. Lion of Vienna Suite writer Elliott Turnbull took the pictures, while our guest contributor Alex Hosker took down all the details of the match.
Bolton lose Beckford, gain Bogdan and Davies
Dougie Freedman gave his pre-match press conference on Thursday, and there were all sorts of injury updates.
Kevin McNaughton Side-lined for up to 4 weeks
After Kevin McNaughton's injury what's next for the Wanderers?
Bogdan Out-Who's In?
Some of the supporters of Bolton Wanderers have seen their wishes come true, as goalkeeper Adam Bogdan has been forcibly removed from the first team.
Birmingham City 1-2 Bolton: Immediate Reaction
They've only gone and done it. They've only gone and won the match and it's about damn time.
Wanderers can cope until the spring of Tierney
We knew that Marc Tierney's absence (the result of a fractured foot suffered against Yeovil Town) would be a while. We were told right from the off that it would be "months." Tierney is set to miss at least five months after seeing a specialist.
Bolton have options in wake of Tierney's injury
There are plenty of players that have played or can play in Marc Tierney's position for the Trotters but none of them are natural, experienced left backs. What is Dougie to do?
Marc Tierney suffers fractured foot
After coming out second in a 50/50 challenge leaving him in pain on the sideline, Marc Tierney has suffered a fracture in his foot, meaning that he will miss quite some time for Bolton Wanderers.
Stu Holden, his knee injury, and wage payments
There is no question that Stu Holden would have been one of the first names on the team sheet had he found his pre-injury form and had he been fit but that wasn't the case, having missed out with two separate long-term injuries already.
Davies set to miss fourth straight match
Craig Davies, the only striker on Bolton Wanderers books that is happy to shoot, is set to miss out when Bolton Wanderers take on Yeovil Town this weekend. The striker last played against Blackburn Rovers in the embarrassing 4-1 defeat at Ewood Park.
Andre Moritz suffers injury blow
With Moritz' new injury blow, Bolton Wanderers are once again struggling for creative options in the midfield as they look to start scoring goals from the front.
Wanderers' injury wave is slowly receding
If there's one thing that we have come to expect from Bolton Wanderers in recent years besides support-testing seasons, tough luck, and easy goals allowed by the defense, it's injuries.
Andre Moritz hopes to be 100% fit for Leeds
The issue thus far for Andre Moritz is that he has not been fit. He has made five appearances in all competitions for Bolton thus far and assisted one goal (Beckford's against Tranmere). None of those appearances have lasted more than 33 minutes.
Injury update ahead of Blackburn Rovers
Ahead of this weekend's crucial match against Blackburn Rovers, Bolton Wanderers certainly had a number of injury concerns. In his pre-match press conference Dougie Freedman did cross the two remaining names off, boosting Bolton's ranks.
Thin at the back: Wanderers lack defensive options
To make matters worse than they already are this season, it seems that the whole of the defense is struggling with injury at the moment and an already shaky back line may have some square pegs tossed into round holes.
Injury update ahead of cup clash
Ahead of the Capital One Cup cash between Bolton Wanderers and Tranmere Rovers at Prenton Park, injuries are playing a major part and will force both Dougie Freedman and Ronnie Moore into changes.
Bolton to stick by Stu as MLS offers Holden hope
With his immediate future now secured and a number of positive examples with similar injuries to look at, Holden can begin to make another attempt at full recovery and, hopefully, play a part in Bolton's upcoming season.
Finances, emotional response, and blind faith
Following Stu's most recent injury, Wanderers fans made it clear that Holden's wages were apparently too much of a burden on the club and that the sensible choice would simply be for Bolton to tear the player's contract up and send him on his way.
Stu diagnosis is worst-case senario
For Stu Holden, it is the worst-case scenario. Holden, who left the United States' Gold Cup final match on the 22 minute mark with a knee injury, has been diagnosed with a torn ACL in his right knee.
Americans fear worst for Holden
With the confetti raining down over the podium, the United States Men's National team held the Gold Cup trophy high in the air, bouncing as the celebrations began. Unfortunately, it didn't feel right after Stu limped off the field with a knee injury