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Bolton Wanderers F.C. are an English professional football club. They are currently in the FA Premier League. In 2005-06 they are participating in the UEFA Cup, and they have qualified to play in the knock out stages in the second half of the season.

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1953 FA Cup Final vs. Blackpool - argued as the most exciting Cup Final ever. Having lead the majority of the game, Blackpool eventually came from behind to beat the Trotters 4-3.

1958 FA Cup Final vs. Manchester United. - having suffered the Munich Tragedy which claimed many members of Matt Busby's team, United reached the final, only to lose to Bolton with two goals from Nat Lofthouse.

1993 FA Cup 3rd round replay vs. Liverpool - this game really kicked off Bolton's resurgence under Bruce Rioch. Having drawn at home, Bolton went to Anfield to beat the holders of the FA Cup, goals from Andy Walker and John McGinlay.

1993 Division 3 vs. Preston NE - a tense game, the teams separated by a penalty from John McGinlay which sent Bolton back to Division 2 (now the Championship/Division 1) for the first time since their fall from grace in the early 1980's.

1995 League Cup semi final (2nd Leg) vs. Swindon Town - Bolton love their cup games! Having lost the away leg, Bolton fell further behind in the second half of the Burnden leg before Jason McAteer and Mixu Paatelainen leveled the game for John McGinlay to poach the winner with five minutes remaining

1995 Division 1 Play Off Final vs. Reading - a true epic. Having gone 2-0 down in the first 15 minutes, Bolton saved a penalty before half time, then leveled the game in the second half with goals from Owen Coyle and Fabian De Freitas. Mixu Paatelainen and De Freitas with a second put Bolton 4-2 ahead in extra time before Reading gained a late consolation. This game earned Bolton promotion back to the top flight for the first time since 1979.

2001 Bolton beat Preston North End F.C. 3-0 at the Millennium Stadium in the division 1 Play off final.

2004 Bolton were beaten 2-1 by Middlesbrough F.C. to become runners up in the Carling Cup for the 2nd time in 9 years.


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