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Where are they now? The last Bolton Wanderers XI to take to the field in the Premier League

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Some may find it hard to remember Bolton Wanderers as a Premier League mainstay, with the club staring down the barrel of relegation to League Two this term.

The Trotters enjoyed an 11-year spell in the top-flight from 2001 to 2012, and in 2005 finished as high as sixth thus qualifying for the UEFA Cup.

After a terrible start to the 2011-2012 season, losing 14 of their opening 19 matches, Wanderers were relegated on the final day of the season, finishing just one point behind 17th placed QPR.

Wanderers would be relegated again in 2016 to League One but bounced back to the Championship at the first time of asking.

Last season under Phil Parkinson, the Trotters slipped into the third tier once more and with large administrative problems looming over them were docked 12 points before a ball was kicked.

The deduction seemingly has decided Wanderers’ fate this season with the club 21 points from League One safety.

Premier League football was only eight years ago at the University of Bolton Stadium and here we remind ourselves of that XI that took to the field against Stoke on 13th May 2012…


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Article title: Where are they now? The last Bolton Wanderers XI to take to the field in the Premier League

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