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2004–05 Bolton Wanderers F.C. season

Bolton Wanderers
2004–05 season
Chairman Phil Gartside
Manager Sam Allardyce
Stadium Reebok Stadium
FA Premier League 6th
FA Cup Sixth round
League Cup Fourth round
Top goalscorer League:
El Hadji Diouf (9)
All:
Kevin Davies
El Hadji Diouf
Henrik Pedersen (9)
Highest home attendance 27,880 (vs. Liverpool, 29 August)
Lowest home attendance 16,151 (vs. Fulham, 19 February 2005)

The 2004–05 season was the 127th season in Bolton Wanderers F.C.'s existence, and was their fourth consecutive year in the top-flight. This article covers the period from 1 July 2004 to 30 June 2005.

Season summary

Bolton finished in sixth place in the final Premiership table - tied on points but one place behind that season's European champions Liverpool, and three points off qualification for the Champions League. As it was, sixth place was enough to grant Bolton their first ever excursion into European competition, in the UEFA Cup.

First-team squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Kevin Poole
2 DF Anthony Barness
3 DF Júlio César
4 MF Kevin Nolan
5 DF Bruno N'Gotty
6 MF Gary Speed
7 MF Stelios Giannakopoulos
9 FW Henrik Pedersen
10 MF Jay-Jay Okocha (captain)
11 MF Ricardo Gardner
14 FW Kevin Davies
15 DF Radhi Jaïdi
16 DF Iván Campo
No. Position Player
17 DF Florent Laville
18 DF Nicky Hunt
20 DF Fernando Hierro
21 FW El Hadji Diouf (on loan from Liverpool)
22 GK Jussi Jääskeläinen
23 DF Vincent Candela
24 MF Blessing Kaku
26 DF Tal Ben Haim
28 FW Ricardo Vaz Tê
30 FW Ricky Shakes[1]
33 MF Joey O'Brien
39 FW Khalilou Fadiga

Left club during season

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
8 FW Michael Bridges (to Sunderland)
13 GK Andy Oakes (on loan from Derby County)
No. Position Player
23 FW Les Ferdinand (to Reading)
- DF Danny Livesey (to Carlisle United)

Reserve squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
31 DF Charlie Comyn-Platt
32 DF Jason Talbot
No. Position Player
34 FW Bedi Buval
35 DF Bradley Hill

Transfers

In

Out

Note: All players listed as joining other clubs from Bolton on a free transfer were released by the club on 17 May 2004,[18] with the exception of Ferdinand, who was released on 2 January 2005.[19]

Matches

Statistics

Appearances

Bolton used a total of 26 players during the season.

P Player Position PL FAC LC Total
1 Bruno N'Gotty Defender 37 0(0) 04 0(0) 00 0(0) 41 0(0)
2 Jussi Jääskeläinen Goalkeeper 36 0(0) 04 0(0) 00 0(0) 40 0(0)
3 Gary Speed Midfielder 37 0(1) 02 0(0) 00 0(0) 39 0(1)
4 Kevin Davies Striker 33 0(1) 04 0(0) 01 0(1) 38 0(2)
5 Ricardo Gardner Defender/Midfielder 30 0(3) 03 0(1) 01 0(0) 34 0(4)
6 Nicky Hunt Defender 29 0(0) 03 0(1) 01 0(0) 33 0(1)
7 Kevin Nolan Midfielder 27 0(9) 02 0(0) 02 0(2) 31 (11)
8 Stelios Giannakopoulos Midfielder 28 0(6) 01 0(1) 02 0(0) 31 0(7)
9 Jay-Jay Okocha Midfielder 29 0(2) 01 0(0) 01 0(0) 31 0(2)
10 El Hadji Diouf Midfielder/Striker 23 0(4) 02 0(0) 01 0(2) 26 0(6)
11 Tal Ben Haim Defender 19 0(2) 04 0(0) 02 0(0) 25 0(2)
12 Iván Campo Defender/Midfielder 21 0(7) 01 0(1) 00 0(0) 22 0(8)
13 Radhi Jaïdi Defender 21 0(7) 01 0(0) 00 0(0) 22 0(7)
14 Fernando Hierro Midfielder 15 (14) 04 0(0) 02 0(0) 21 (14)
15 Henrik Pedersen Striker 13 (14) 03 0(1) 01 0(1) 17 (16)
16 Vincent Candela Defender 09 0(1) 01 0(1) 00 0(0) 10 0(2)
17 Anthony Barness Defender 05 0(3) 00 0(2) 01 0(0) 06 0(5)
18 Julio Cesar Defender 04 0(1) 00 0(0) 02 0(0) 06 0(1)
19 Ricardo Vaz Tê Striker 01 0(6) 02 0(0) 00 0(0) 03 0(6)
20 Khalilou Fadiga Midfielder 00 0(5) 03 0(0) 00 0(0) 03 0(5)
21 Kevin Poole Goalkeeper 01 0(1) 00 0(0) 02 0(0) 03 0(1)
22 Les Ferdinand Striker 01 (11) 00 0(0) 01 0(1) 02 (12)
23 Blessing Kaku Midfielder 00 0(1) 00 0(0) 01 0(1) 01 0(2)
24 Andy Oakes Goalkeeper 01 0(0) 00 0(0) 00 0(0) 01 0(0)
25 Joey O'Brien Defender/Midfielder 00 0(1) 00 0(0) 00 0(1) 00 0(2)
26 Ricky Shakes Midfielder 00 0(0) 00 0(0) 00 0(1) 00 0(1)

Top scorers

P Player Position PL FAC LC Total
1 Kevin Davies Striker 8 1 0 9
1 El Hadji Diouf Midfielder/Striker 9 0 0 9
1 Henrik Pedersen Striker 6 2 1 9
4 Stelios Giannakopoulos MIdfielder 7 1 0 8
5 Jay-Jay Okocha Midfielder 6 0 1 7

References

  1. ^ Shakes was born in Brixton, England, but also qualified to represent Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana internationally. He won his first cap for Trinidad and Tobago in a friendly game in 2006, and made his full international debut for Guyana in October 2011.
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