The Bolton News har vurdert spillerne etter 2-0 seieren borte mot Fleetwood fredag 29. desember.
Vurderingene er gjort av Chief Football Writer i The Bolton News, Marc Iles.
Never seriously tested by Fleetwood and in treacherous conditions he also had to curb his involvement on the ball as the Whites played out from the back.
Wanderers are going to miss him, no doubt about it. Calm and controlled in possession, defensively solid and happy to push on and help Dacres-Cogley on the right.
Stockley really must be sick of the sight of the Bolton skipper – his timing was excellent and not much got past him all night.
Positive, and more importantly, accurate in possession, but also won his fair share in the air as well. A couple of big games from the young defender.
Didn’t see quite as much of the ball as Williams on the left or push quite as high up as he normally does – but linked up well regardless.
Once he got to the speed of the game he took control of midfield and knocked the ball around confidently. Took some heavy hits too.
His best game for a while. Maybe given some extra motivation against his former club – but Dempsey was everywhere and created the second goal.
Worked well with Williams on several occasions in the first half and looked to fancy himself for a goal, with a few efforts blocked. Watch a replay of Adeboyejo’s goal and clock GT’s celebrations.
Looked like it would be squarely down to him to open Fleetwood up in the first half as he got into space time and time again.
Deserved a little bit of luck for the opening goal after a real all-action performance against a team who felt he wasn’t good enough for league football. No accounting for taste, eh?
JON DADI BODVARSSON…7.
Worked hard, hit the post and came within a whisker of turning in a couple of other crosses. The Icelander deserved a bit more in front of goal.
Subs: Adeboyejo 75 (for Bodvarsson), Morley 75 (for Sheehan), Jerome 87 (for Charles), Ashworth 90 (for Williams).