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The Lion of Vienna Suite is back, late once again, as Chris is joined by Tom and, on his last appearance before heading off to university, Dan.
Here's what Bolton Wanderers chat they got up to:
1) Bolton 2-1 Wolves
Thoughts on the game
Prince Desir Gouano and Derik Osese being brilliant
Gary Madine misfiring again
Mark Davies back to his best
Afobe and Le Fondre
The new big screen
Johan Mjallby departing, Steve Walford coming in
Kevin Nolan returning to the club?
Linked with James Wilson and Kyle Lafferty
Max Clayton plays and scores for the reserves. David Wheater, Liam Trotter and Francesco Pisano also got time. Jamie Thomas score again.
3) Sheffield Wednesday Preview and Question
How the game will go
Question of the week
Vote for us in the FBAs!
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It's a pre-season extravaganza, it's a bumper five-man show, it's the return of special guest, Bolton News chief football writer, Mr. Marc Iles. And it's bloody long, but also bloody fantatsic.
It's so long in fact, that we've had to split the show into two parts, the first of which is available for listening now, with the scond coming on Wednesday.
Host Chris is joined by Marc, stand in Tech Wizard Rob, the maverick Liam O'Meara and, making his debut, U21 correspondent Tom Molloy.
The first lengthy segment of Part I was discussing everything of note from the last two friendlies of pre-season, against Port Vale and Charlton Athletic. Talk of Gary Madine, Filip Twardzik, Derik Osede, Tim Ream, Andy Kellett, Josh Vela, Zach Clough and many more was in abundance.
Next up was a round up of all the news that's occured over the past week. Starting witht the soon to be announced triple signing of Lawrie Wilson, Stephen Dobbie and Emile Heskey. Next up was the potential signing of Italian right back Francesco Pisano, acompanied by the denial of any interest in fellow contryman Massimo Coda. Rob Hall's departure was discussed before briefly touching on the new away kit.
But my words don't do it justice, make sure you listen to the first half of this facinating podcast.
After a rather conspicuous abscene, the #LOVpod is finally back, well at least some of it. Yes, unfortunatley, one of the participants in this weeks episode kind of disapears after an twenty minutes, as his recording cut out. But thanks to Dan's wonderful editing, all the way from the French Riviera, it makes a degree of sense.
So listen closely as Chris and new boys Tom Wilson and for a bit, Alastair Sledge, discuss the talking points of the last two weeks, including Bolton Wanderers' bad, then much improved pre-season showings, the likes of Stephen Dobbie, Lawrie Wilson and Derik Osede, Darren Pratley being given the captain's arm band and then a certain fund raising campaign for a certain Adam Le Fondre.
The pod is then brought to a close with a game of guess who and the question of the week, which enquired into the level of concern you have for Wanderers' potential relegation next season. With lots of random ramble in between, we hope you enjoy the return of the #LOVpod.
The LOVpod is finally back, sorry for the delay!
On this wee's packed episode Chris returns after his absense last week, and he's along side Dan, fresh of his first lad's holiday, and Tom, as they discuss a whole matter of things.
First up was some brief chat on the subject of lad's holidays, the small matter of Leicester City hiring a manager that isn't Neil Lennon, Man United's transfer activities and new kit news!
Some proper Bolton Wanderers chat was up next, as the lads delved into pre-season talk and discussed Bolton's two friendly defeats against Sturm Graz and Paderborn, and whether we can really take anything away from them at this early stage.
After that the transfer section, which has finally been pushed from the begining of the pod to somewhere near the back, made an apperane, as the likes of Derik, Jordan Lussey, Jon Ceberio, Alex Baptiste, Conor Wilkinson, Craig Davies, Sanmi Odelusi and Eidur Gudjohnsen were all debated over at length.
Finally, things were brought to a close with another returning favourite, this time guess who as Tom brought his own excellent clues to the table and then the question of the week.
This week's episode of the Lion of Vienna podcast was quite an awkward affair, with four segments recroded over three days, one of which this week's host, Dan Murphy, was steaming drunk on. Which you may find annoying or hummourous depending on your taste.
Dan was joined at various points by Elliot, Rob and Arran Clements as they dicussed a wide range of things.
First of all was a brief chat on the return of football, as a Bolton Wanderers XI traveled to Dan's home town of Atherton to face Atherton Collieries. Next up discussion on all the going ons at the Macron this week, including chat on Ben Amos, Gary Madine and Darren Pratley all signing with the Wanderers, Wilson Palacios and Stephen Dobbie coming in on trial, the signing of Derik Osede, dreams of Kevin Nolan returning, and the saddening departure of Eidur Gudjohnsen.
The second segment was a chat about how to improve the atmosohere at the Macron next season, as the lads went for a meating with the club on how to improve it.
Then they discussed the possibility of Neil Lennon leaving the club to go and manage his old side, Leicester City, which led nicely on to the question of the week which was discussing who Lennon's replacement could be.
The Wrestling Lounge Welcomes Trans-South Wrestling Superstars Eric Adamz and Deon Johnson to the show as well as Trans-South Wrestling Owner Derik Vanderford. Wrestlemania Fallout Discussion as Well. Be apart of the show call in at 773-897-6289 press 1 if you have a question and we will get you on to speak to The Stars of Trans-South Wrestling.
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True Rivals, a four piece punk rock band from Los Angeles, California, will release their debut full-length album. The debut album is a mix of Rancid-style dual vocals (led by bassist Derik Envy and guitarist Kevin Besignano) along with familiar sound of hard rock riffs and beats by drummer Nate Walker and guitarist Trevor Jackson; reminiscent of artist such as The Clash, The Specials and Social Distortion.
Created by a group of friends, the group consist of past and present members of Bullets and Octane, Unwritten Law, Lit, The exposed, Longway, Rufio and more. Individually the members have toured the world and have spent time performing on stages at some of music's largest festivals including Warped Tour, SoundWave, etc. and have toured alongside bands such as the Buzzcocks. Suicidal Tendencies, Sugar Ray, Zebrahead, Alkaline Trio, Horrorpops, Bad Religion, and The Flatliners. Together, they bring an old familiarity that is missing in today's music industry and prove once and for all that Rock and Roll, in fact, NOT dead. R360 caught up with the lads direct from LA to chat with them about their newly released album.
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