Bolton Wanderers sign nine players on Deadline Day

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Bolton brought in nine players on Deadline Day as supervisor Keith Hill rebuilt his napping League One group.
Wanderers have dropped their past 3 matches 5-0 and and have yet to score in the league in their opening five games, sitting bottom of the table -11 points for entering administration after having a 12-point deduction.
The club so are desperate to seek reinforcements having played their first five games using just two mature squad members and were saved out of expulsion.
Former Rochdale manager Keith Hill acted quickly to collect reinforcements, starting with Stoke winger Thibaud Verlinden who has joined on loan until January and was appointed as director on Saturday.
Defender Jake Wright has been brought in to bring some expertise after joining on loan from Sheffield United.
Hill also augmented his defence on prices with the additions of Joe Bunney and Josh Emmanuel once they left Northampton and Ipswich respectively.
Midfielder Will Buckley rejoined the Trotters after having charms at Watford, Brighton and Sunderland, in addition to agreeing a short term deal in the club at which he scored four goals in 43 appearances.
Hill signed a further two midfielders, bringing until January, although Doncaster’s Ali Crawford has signed up a season-long deal.
The Wanderers finished with 2 experienced strikers, after he left Oldham and 36-year-old prior republic of Ireland international Daryl Murphy on a thing signing Chris O’Grady.

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