June 15, 2024

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“TO SEE THE SUNSHINE, YOU MAY HAVE TO GO THROUGH A FEW STORMS,” Ian Evatt wisely said as he left Cambridge United on Tuesday night, lifting Bolton’s spirits following his promotion.

Though the win at the Abbey Stadium may have been more difficult in light of the washout two weeks prior, it also gave the Whites the best mental preparation for their Lancastrian double against Wigan Athletic and Blackpool.

Moreover, Ricardo Santos’s injury recovery and return from suspension in time for Saturday’s match at Bloomfield Road could not come at a better moment.

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The Bolton manager grinned and said, “George is back, Rico will be back, Randell Williams and Dion Charles are not far away, and we’ll know more about Nathan Baxter next week as well.”

“Big players returning at a crucial point in the season gives us a little boost, so as long as we can maintain the kind of resiliency and character we have displayed, we should be fine.”

“Randell Williams and Dion Charles are not far away, George is back, Rico will be back, and we’ll learn more about Nathan Baxter next week as well,” grinned the Bolton manager.

“We have a little boost now that some of the key players are returning at a crucial point in the season. If we can maintain the level of resiliency and character we have displayed, we should be fine.”

Although Cambridge has grown as well and has some talented players, I am really happy with the resilience and spirit the players provided me in a highly competitive setting.

Caleb Taylor, a teenage defender on loan from West Brom, was having his greatest game yet when he suffered an ankle injury, which was one of the night’s minor setbacks.

As he becomes more fit and smart, Evatt stated, “He is getting better and we are seeing more of him now.”

It is unfortunate for him, but maybe in not too far off future, we will see him again. Sometimes terrible things happen when you are almost at your peak.

“Mark my words, our fans haven’t seen the best of him yet, but he is going to be an extremely talented player.”

Swansea’s Nat Ogbeta, another January window loanee, also had a solid second half performance that is encouraging for the future.

The manager remarked, “He got into some really good areas in the first half and, for once, his crossing let him down.” That is typically one of his greatest advantages. It can happen, but in those situations you have to demonstrate your mental toughness and fortitude to try again, which he did admirably in the second half.

Wanderers are also awaiting details regarding Evatt’s own disciplinary process following his red card on February 10 against Northampton Town.

The club is awaiting a hearing after presenting their case against referee Jeremy Simpson’s ruling.

“As of yet, no news,” Evatt informed us. “Having responded, we anticipate receiving a response from the Football Association with dates for

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