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Don't forget your Nottingham Forest programme this Sunday

4 May 2018

Make sure to pick up your copy of The Wanderer ahead of Sunday’s 12.30pm kick-off against Nottingham Forest at Macron Stadium.

Priced at just £3 for 84 pages of exclusive content, our final edition of the season features an in-depth interview with Bolton Wanderers' Player of the Year for 2017/18, Ben Alnwick.

With just over 50% of the supporters' votes to his name, Alnwick sat down for an exclusive interview to reflect on the award, in addition to speaking about the crunch clash with Nottingham Forest on Sunday.

Speaking about winning the honour, Alnwick said, “It’s a great feeling on a personal level, but obviously, and I have said it numerous times before, it is all about the team for me.

“If I can just keep on putting my performances in, which I feel I have been, then that’s all I can do.

“It’s a great feeling though and I really appreciate the fans voting for me, but all that matters to me right now is getting the win against Nottingham Forest to give us a chance of staying in the league.

“The one thing I have to say about our supporters is that they’ve been absolutely brilliant with me – they’ve been patient and don’t get me wrong, I haven’t been amazing in every game and like all players, I’ve had dips in form, but to be fair to them, they’ve always stuck by me.

“At other clubs, fans can turn quickly on players, but I feel like I’ve got a really good relationship with them and long may it continue.”

Getting To Know Nottingham Forest

Alongside Alnwick’s interview, we have an extensive look at our visitors from the East Midlands.

With player profiles on their key men and a full roll call for Aitor Karanka’s side, there’s also ‘We’ve Met Before’, ‘One Of Each’ and ‘The Other Side Of The Fence’ amongst various other features to ensure that you’re clued up about our counterparts from The City Ground.

Bolton Wanderers Ladies & Girls' Season Review

The final edition of this season’s programme also includes a round-up of the multiple ladies and girls’ teams and how they’ve progressed throughout this campaign.

The Whites’ female sides have had their fair share of success, in particular at Under-14s level, where they have gone undefeated all season and have just been crowned league champions for 2017/18.

The Under-15s team also have something to shout about, with a Challenge Cup Final coming up later this month to top off a fantastic inaugural campaign for the girls.

All of this, plus the usual columns from the manager, captain and chairman are waiting for you inside the latest copy of the Whites’ programme.

Sellers will be situated both inside and outside Macron Stadium ahead of the match.


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