After an impressive start to the season, Bolton Wanderers’ form has dipped alarmingly.
Phil Parkinson oversaw an unbeaten start to the campaign, winning three of their opening four games, dropping points only to Bristol City.
Since then, however, the Trotters have struggled, only managing one win from last eight matches.
Having been in a and around the top of the division after the first month of the season, Bolton now find themselves 16th in the division with a quarter of the campaign played.
After the dip in form, we here at FLW took to Twitter and asked the Bolton fans if they honestly thought they could stay up this season.
And the response was interesting, to say the least.
BOLTON WANDERERS FANS…
Do you honestly think you can stay up this season?#BWFC
— FLW News Hub (@FLWNewsHub) October 9, 2018
It was a split decision from the fans polled.
A dead level score shows that there is split in the fans feelings of how this season will turn out.
With 50 per cent in favour of the opinion that Bolton fans honestly think their team will go down after their poor run of form since in the last eight matches being the reason as to why they feel their side is doomed to the drop.
The other half of the vote feeling they will have enough to stay up after an impressive start to the campaign allaying fears that they are destined to drop down to League One once more.
With the result being a dead heat it just shows that the fans are undecided on their future and it, of course, remains to be seen if they stay up or go down.
But if the poll is anything to go but, the Wanderers’ season is on a knife edge from here on out when the campaign resumes after the international break.
A trip to the New York Stadium to take on Rotherham United awaits – a side who could well be in the thick of a relegation battle come the latter stages of the year.
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