Bolton’s match against Ipswich Town this weekend has been cast into doubt over a failure of the stadium’s IT system.
The club have revealed today that engineers are working through the night to try and resolve the issue, but this latest update caps off a hectic week for the Trotters.
It’s been a turbulent week for Bolton, with the court adjourning their hearing until the end of the season which will have been a huge relief for everyone associated with the club.
The relegation-threatened side have also only just paid their wages to staff for March which had previously cast their game against Ipswich into doubt in the first place.
On top of all of this, Laurence Bassini is reportedly (according to BBC Sport), edging closer to completing the takeover of the club which will be pleasing to see for supporters.
But this latest update will be a huge concern as Bolton won’t want to be catching up games to add to an already busy time for the club.
Phil Parkinson’s side are currently sat in the bottom three, and their survival chances aren’t looking the best, especially with just seven league games remaining to save themselves.
This just sums it up.
Talk about kicking a club when they’re down!
After paying the staff to get this game on in the first place, their luck couldn’t be any worse.
They can’t afford to be playing catch-up either, so supporters will be hoping this issue gets resolved.