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The finger-pointing began at the training ground yesterday morning, as after drawing 1-1 against Tottenham in the F.A. Cup, a shocked and disgusted Bolton Wanderers side carried out an inquisition into the series of sixteen passing errors that resulted in the catastrophe of an aesthetically pleasing goal.

Nominal striker Johan Elmander could offer no reason as to why he exchanged passes with Lee Chung-Yong, apparently a complete stranger to the Swede. “I rarely look behind me, as I am mainly looking up at the sky – whether going for a header, or watching one of my shots fly up and away” muttered a shaken Elmander. “I’d never even met a midfielder before today”.

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Kevin Nolan

Kevin Nolan has sensationally broken his silence over his horror tackle on Victor Anichebe. In an open letter to Fisted Away readers, Kevin lays bare his soul and will dive in two-footed…straight to your heart.

I’d like to thank you for giving me this opportunity to speak about Sunday’s events. I want to put right a few of the hurtful things that have been written about me in the wake of my horror tackle. Football is a passionate, frenetic game, and a lot of things have been said; words of angry clay, forged in a kiln of pure emotion. But I would like to assure David Moyes and everyone else  that I truly am, “that type of player“.

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"I am trapped in a glass box of irrelevance"

Alan performs the mime:"Trapped in a glass box of irrelevance"

Yes…he’s back. Looking resplendent in a lilac shirt with a white collar that delightfully off-set the strange fudgy hue of his skin, wor Alan has clearly enjoyed his time away from the bearpit of Match of the Day punditry. However, in spite of the break he was match fit and on top form for his debut on his eponymous blog. He got in to it early doors; when asked for his opinion on the stramash involving Newcastle United, his insight gained from the ambassadorial role at the club shone forth in the determinist observation: “I think something has to happen

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