With the dust settling on another season in the life of Bolton Wanderers Football Club, bwfc.co.uk will take a look back at happenings both on and off the pitch on a month-by-month basis in a special series of articles over the coming weeks.
Today, we have November...
FIRST TEAM RESULTS
Saturday 4 November 2017 | Sky Bet Championship
Bolton Wanderers 2-1 Norwich City
Friday 17 November 2017 | Sky Bet Championship
Preston North End 0-0 Bolton Wanderers
Tuesday 21 November 2017 | Sky Bet Championship
Bolton Wanderers 2-2 Reading
Saturday 25 November 2017 | Sky Bet Championship
Wolverhampton Wanderers 5-1 Bolton Wanderers
Played 4, Won 1, Drew 2, Lost 1
Scored 5, Conceded 8
Top Scorers For The Month: Madine, Armstrong, Burke, Pratley, Buckley (1)
Monday 6 November 2017 | U23 Professional Development League
Bolton Wanderers U23s 6-1 Hull City U23s
Monday 20 November 2017 | U23 Professional Development League
Burnley U23s 1-4 Bolton Wanderers U23s
Monday 27 November 2017 | U23 Professional Development League
Bolton Wanderers U23s 5-2 Crewe Alexandra U23s
Played 3, Won 3, Drew 0, Lost 0
Scored 15, Conceded 4
Top Scorer For The Month: Connor Hall (7)
Saturday 4 November 2017 | U18 Professional Development League
Huddersfield Town U18s 4-5 Bolton Wanderers U18s
Saturday 11 November 2017 | U18 Professional Development League
Bolton Wanderers U18s 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday U18s
Saturday 18 November 2017 | U18 Professional Development League
Sheffield United U18s 0-2 Bolton Wanderers U18s
Played 3, Won 2, Drew 1, Lost 0
Scored 7, Conceded 4
Top Scorer For The Month: Luca Navarro (3)
November saw appearances from Filipe Morais, Aaron Wilbraham, Chris Taylor and Mark Beevers in the club's retail outlet, along with a hospitality suite visit from our No.18.
Show Racism The Red Card also held their annual event at Macron Stadium to educate local schoolchildren, with Mark Little in attendance to speak about racism in football and across all walks of life.
The most notable community appearance of the month meanwhile came with a visit to the club's national charity of the season, Derian House Children's Hospice with manager Phil Parkinson, assistant Steve Parkin and first team duo Karl Henry and Mark Howard visiting the centre based in Euxton, Chorley.
Elsewhere, Darren Pratley showed his support for VUE Cinemas by taking his daughter along to their new Bring Your Baby screenings, Aaron Wilbraham was in attendance at the EFL's Every Player Counts disability football event and Josh Vela surprised James Weir on his 21st birthday following his sister's call for people to celebrate with her autistic brother.
Alex Perry was also a part of a special photoshoot for Stonewall down in London, and finally, with Christmas around the corner, David Wheater and Andrew Taylor took part in Horwich and Middlebrook's Christmas light switch-ons.