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Bolton Wanderers will be targeting promotion back into League One this season, with Ian Evatt’s side in contention to challenge for promotion from League Two.
The Trotters have endured a tough few years, but seem to be on the right track nowadays, as they’re currently sat fifth in the fourth-tier standings, and just five points adrift of league-leaders Cheltenham Town.
It’s certainly going to be an interesting few years ahead at the University of Bolton Stadium, as players will come and go as the club look to progress up the Football League once again.
But one player whose future remains ‘up in the air’ is Ronan Darcy’s with the Bolton youngster previously attracting interest from both Rangers and Celtic.
Darcy has been restricted to just 11 appearances this term, but caught the eye with some strong performances in last year’s league campaign.
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Football League World’s Bolton Wanderers supporter Danny Bromilow admitted that he wouldn’t begrudge Darcy of a move to either of the Scottish teams if they were to register their interest in him once again.
“It’s always nice to have home grown players in your team, but whilst Evatt speaks highly of Darcy’s training ground performances, his limited game time suggests that the manager just might not be convinced.
“Darcy was very promising in an abysmal side last year – despite looking a little lightweight – and I thought he’d feature much more than he has this term, but I just don’t think Evatt has the faith in him to be the midfield driving force we need, and so I’m not even sure how hard he would try to keep him.
“On the alternate side of the coin, if a club like Rangers or Celtic were genuinely interested, I don’t think anyone could begrudge him a move of that magnitude.”
Bolton Wanderers are set to return to action this weekend, when they take on promotion-chasing rivals Forest Green Rovers, in what is certain to be a potentially tricky test for Ian Evatt’s side.