Wanderers’ fans have done themselves proud once again this season as the club’s away ticket allocation for the weekend’s trip to Rotherham has been sold out.
The Millers confirmed the news yesterday afternoon and will now be imposing restrictions on the game to prevent Trotters supporters purchasing tickets for the home sections of the season.
By selling out the full allocation, Keith Hill’s Wanderers will be backed by a travelling fanbase of 2,551, an incredible amount considering the plight of the club in recent months.
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The news that Wanderers have sold out their allocation at the New York Stadium is unsurprising after the incredible support that has followed Bolton this season.
Even though results on the pitch may have been poor, the fans turning up each week deserve huge admiration for getting right behind the team.
Now that a new era has begun at Wanderers, with new owners, a new manager and a squad of new players, the next few games will undoubtedly be a huge draw for fans.
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Once Bolton’s tricky trip to Rotherham is out of the way, the Trotters have two home fixtures coming up.
On Tuesday, September 17, Bolton take on Oxford United who find themselves in 20th place in the league, just three spots above Wanderers in the table, albeit 16 points ahead.
And on Saturday, September 21, Sunderland travel to the UniBol in another tough test as the North East team are fighting for a play-off spot currently.