IT’S SMILES BET­TER AT BOLTON NOW

The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO RESULTS -

BOLTON cen­tre-back David Wheater has praised Neil Len­non for get­ting ev­ery­one at the club smil­ing again.

Len­non has blown through the club like a breath of fresh air fol­low­ing his ap­point­ment as man­ager after the de­par­ture of Dougie Freed­man.

The 27-year-old said: “There are smiles on peo­ple’s faces all the way through from the kit man to the play­ers.

“It’s back to the fam­ily feel we had when Owen Coyle was here. After he left,it changed a bit.

“I’ve got noth­ing against Dougie, he had his own ways, but it’s a lot bet­ter now.

“In train­ing the gaffer has been top drawer. Train­ing is bril­liant.

“When some­one isn’t play­ing well he’ll tell you and I think that’s what this place has been miss­ing a lit­tle bit.

“You need peo­ple to name names when they aren’t play­ing the best.”

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