One of Bolton's best ever homegrown talents having come through the youth ranks at a time when Nat Lofthouse was just about to hang up his boots. Lee scored on his Wanderers debut as a teenager and formed a formidable partnership with Wyn Davies at a time when the club slipped into the 2nd division.
Full Name: Francis Henry Lee
Born: 29th April 1944, Westhoughton, Lancashire, England
International Honours: Full level
Club Honours: Division 1 1968, FA Cup 1969, League Cup 1970, European Cup Winners Cup 1970
Signed From: Apprentice, May 1961
Sold To: Manchester City, October 1967, £60,000
Former Clubs: Bolton Wanderers, Manchester City, Derby County
Bolton Debut: 5th November 1960 versus Manchester City (H), Division 1
First Goal: 5th November 1960 versus Manchester City (H), Division 1
Notes: Chairman of Manchester City between 1994 and 1998
Appointed as the club's first ever player manager in the summer of 1982. McGovern had massive success as the captain of Nottingham Forest in the 1970's but his role at Bolton was much more restricted as he balanced hardship on and off the field.
Full Name: John Prescott McGovern
Born: 28th October 1949, Montrose, Angus, Scotland
Club Honours: European Cup 1979, 1980, Division 1 1978
Signed From: Nottingham Forest, June 1982, Free Transfer
Sold To: Horwich RMI, January 1985, Free Transfer
Former Clubs: Hartlepool United, Derby County, Leeds United, Nottingham Forest, Bolton Wanderers, Horwich RMI
Bolton Debut: 28th August 1982 versus Burnley (A), Division 2
First Goal: 26th October 1982 versus Watford (A), League Cup 2nd round, 2nd leg
Considered to be one of England's finest ever goalkeepers having achieved a record 125 caps for his country. Shilton came to Bolton on non-contract forms and it was widely thought he would not be called into action but his appearance against former club Stoke made him Bolton's oldest ever player.
Full Name: Peter Leslie Shilton
Born: 18th September 1949, Leicester, England
International Honours: Full level
Club Honours: Division 2 1971, Division 1 1978, Charity Shield 1978, European Cup 1979, 1980, European Super Cup 1979, League Cup 1979
Signed From: Wimbledon, March 1995, Free Transfer
Sold To: Coventry City, July 1995, Free Transfer
Former Clubs: Leicester City, Stoke City, Nottingham Forest, Southampton, Derby County, Plymouth Argyle, Wimbledon, Bolton Wanderers, Coventry City, West Ham United, Leyton Orient
Coaching Career: Plymouth Argyle (Player/Manager), Middlesbrough (Goalkeeper Coach)
Bolton Debut: 3rd May 1995 versus Stoke City (A), Division 1
Hard working striker who became the club's record signing when moving for £3.5 million from Wimbledon in 1997. Holdsworth didn't get the goals as expected in the Premiership but he contributed well to the Wanderers during their days in the old Division 1.
Full Name: Dean Christopher Holdsworth
Born: 8th November 1968, Walthamstow, London, England
International Honours: B level
Club Honours: Division 3 1992
Signed From: Wimbledon, October 1997, £3,500,000
Sold To: Coventry City, November 2002, Free Transfer
Former Clubs: Watford, Carlisle United (loan), Port Vale (loan), Swansea City (loan), Brentford (loan), Brentford, Wimbledon, Bolton Wanderers, Coventry City, Rushden & Diamonds, Wimbledon, Havant & Waterlooville, Derby County, Weymouth, Havant & Waterlooville, Cambridge United, Newport County
Coaching Career: Havant & Waterlooville (Player/Coach), Derby County (Player/Assistant Manager)
Bolton Debut: 4th October 1997 versus Aston Villa (H), FA Premiership
First Goal: 26th October 1997 versus Chelsea (H), FA Premiership
Four stars and now the booby prize!!!
One of a number of loan keepers used throughout the 1993-1994 season to cover for the injured Keith Branagan. Hoult was being kept out of the Leicester team by future Wanderers players Gavin Ward and Kevin Poole and was looking for some first team action with Bruce Rioch's giantkilling Wanderers.
Full Name: Russell Hoult
Born: 22nd November 1972, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, England
Signed From: Leicester City, November 1993, Loan
Former Clubs: Leicester City, Lincoln City (loan), Blackpool (loan), Bolton Wanderers (loan), Lincoln City (loan), Derby County, Portsmouth, West Bromwich Albion, Nottingham Forest (loan), Stoke City
Bolton Debut: 6th November 1993 versus West Bromwich Albion (A), Division 1
........although probably better remembered for his off the pitch activities!
Keeper's porn vid own goal
MARRIED footie ace Russell Hoult has been filmed “roasting” a blonde in a shocking sex threesome.
The clip emerged after a mobile phone used to video the romp was LOST.
It isn’t the first time the 6ft 4ins West Brom goalie has been caught out on camera.
Eighteen months ago he sent a woman ten nude snaps of himself over his mobile.
In his latest own goal, Hoult and another man are seen having simultaneous sex with a pretty woman who is naked except for a skimpy black bra.
Father-of-two Hoult, 34, is wearing his soccer club’s polo shirt — and nothing else.
The 56-second sequence shows the woman pleasuring the second man while the keeper has full sex with her.
She turns to the camera and says about Hoult amid laughter: “He’s the real man.”
Then she starts to perform a sex act on the football star.
Friends said yesterday Hoult knew the romp was being filmed. A pal explained: “All those involved are good friends and what happened was supposed to stay between them. But the person filming lost his phone and the clip is being passed around on Bluetooth. Russell is upset but it’s too late.”
In 2005, Hoult sent the nude pics of himself to his secret mistress Sue O’Loughlin, 36.
Five years earlier the keeper, who stars for the Championship side, was fined £300 for kerb crawling.
Another time he was cleared of sending indecent letters to a girl of 15 after his solicitor told JPs they were no worse than “saucy seaside postcards”.
Hoult and wife Donna, 34, last night declined to comment.
Apart from the five above other Trotter / Rams include -
JeffChandler, Simon Coleman, Kahlilou Fadiga, Scott Green, John Gregory, Trevor Hebbard, Blessing Kaku, Andy Oakes, Kevin Poole, Paul Ritche and Emerson Thome