On the country season tickets for students, it was specifically asked why this was not already in place after a commitment in September to have a ‘Freshers Week’: https://www.daletrust.co.uk/2019/09/meeting-with-the-club-4/ And from the Trust September newsletter: <<“We were contacted by a member with regards to first year students and the Exile season tickets. With such an early deadline, they were excluded from this with the deadline day falling before A-Level results day, meaning they had no confirmation or proof of address. The club agreed to take this on board and will be introducing a "Fresher's Week" later this month to allow those affected to purchase one.”>>
There was a request to the Trust, via the agreed methods, asking for the reasons for any delay in the agreements mentioned to be explained to supporters via their website. Unfortunately, that seems to have been unachievable and those fans who came up with the idea remain unsure why. Especially when you’d think turning up with a University letter confirming a student was on a course out of the area would be enough.
Jay Lynch makes his first @EFL start for the Club, as Robert Sánchez misses out through injury. Brad Wade is on the substitute’s bench after being recalled from his loan spell at Barrow AFC 👇 #RAFCpic.twitter.com/r7Sc90Hx8X
The amount of coverage Bolton get in their press from people who are prepared to actually interview him properly meant it was only a matter of time before a few fans started asking the questions seen in the replies to this on twitter.
Great idea by the club with some really good choices and information on each kit.
Yellow and green stripes with black trim/shorts & socks would be the winner for me as it would be noticably different to anything you see today. The green and black from the 90s would be a second choice.
Not a great advocate of “such and such is available, we should sign him” as it’s often a case where there are many reasons why it’s so unrealistic to suggest, but this is worth a read as the circumstances and could make him worth a look.
Really good news that they're selling so well and, if we are looking at the best opening month of sales ever, then it's going to see a good amount of income to the club. Especially when you think about how well the Centenary shirts sold, "in excess of 1,900" by the start of that season, as per the link below: