The Trotters boss is confident he can keep the crisis-hit club in the Championship - with investment in January
The Trotters reached the last-16 of the Uefa Cup in 2008, but face the very real threat of administration in the coming months unless a takeover can be completed in time
Once-highflying Bolton are heading into administration but they are not alone in being in peril in the Pennines, where post-Premier League financial problems are threatening a handful of clubs. Ian Herbert pays a visit to a troubled area
A group including some former players and interest from the Middle East gives manager hope club can be saved
The Reds were nearly beaten in their fourth round replay before a couple of late goals
Former Crystal Palace manager is keeping a close eye on the finances at Bolton
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Sam Allardyce believes Andy Carroll need only take a seat on the bench to provide his West Ham United team-mates and the club’s supporters with a significant and timely fillip as they end a tumultuous week by resuming their struggle to stay in the Premier League with a key fixture at Cardiff City.
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