chart of Bolton Wanderers players salary

Bolton Wanderers Footballers Salary List – Longest running English club

Bolton Wanderers FC players salaries: Bolton Wanderers, formed as Christ Church Football Club in 1874, is the longest running English club with respect to seasons in English football without a main title. They are the founding members of Football League but despite of 73 non consecutive season years, they are still without a main competition title i.e. Premier League title. The club is also known as The Trotters, The Wanderers, The Whites, The White Men and The Men in White. Let have a look on Bolton Wanderers salaries below:

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chart of Bolton Wanderers players salary

Back in 1920’s, club had a great run of form, winning 4 Fa Cup Titles and qualifying for UEFA Cup twice but then a form of nightmare started for this club which relegated them from Main Competition for many years. 1935-1964 was considered as the Golden Run for the club. During the Second World War, many players and officials provided several services for the country. A 53rd Bolton Artillery was formed to fight for the country. Club faced worst disaster in its history when 33 Bolton fans were killed and more than 400 were injured because of human crush.

Salaries of Bolton Wanderers in text format:

Name Yearly salary Contract valid Worth and market value Weekly wages
Ádám Bogdán £1,760,000 30-06-2015 £1,760,000 £33,846
Adam Le Fondre £2,200,000 31-05-2015 £2,200,000 £42,308
Andy Hughes £132,000 30-06-2015 £132,000 £2,538
Andy Lonergan £440,000 30-06-2015 £440,000 £8,462
Barry Bannan £2,200,000 31-05-2015 £2,200,000 £42,308
Ben Amos £660,000 28-02-2015 £660,000 £12,692
Craig Davies £330,000 22-03-2017 £660,000 £6,346
Darren Pratley £660,000 30-06-2015 £660,000 £12,692
David Wheater £330,000 30-06-2017 £660,000 £6,346
Dean Moxey £293,333 30-06-2017 £880,000 £5,641
Dorian Dervite £220,000 30-06-2017 £660,000 £4,231
Eidur Gudjohnsen £308,000 30-06-2015 £308,000 £5,923
Emile Heskey £110,000 28-06-2017 £220,000 £2,115
Filip Twardzik £29,333 30-06-2017 £88,000 £564
Georg Iliev £100,000 30-06-2015 £100,000 £1,923
Josh Vela £308,000 30-06-2015 £308,000 £5,923
Kevin McNaughton £660,000 31-05-2015 £660,000 £12,692
Liam Feeney £308,000 30-06-2017 £616,000 £5,923
Liam Trotter £366,667 30-06-2017 £1,100,000 £7,051
Marc Tierney £352,000 30-06-2015 £352,000 £6,769
Mark Davies £440,000 30-06-2017 £1,320,000 £8,462
Matthew Mills £2,200,000 30-06-2015 £2,200,000 £42,308
Max Clayton £117,333 30-06-2017 £352,000 £2,256
Neil Danns £220,000 30-06-2017 £440,000 £4,231
Robert Hall £220,000 30-06-2017 £440,000 £4,231
Rochinha £120,000 30-06-2015 £120,000 £2,308
Saidy Janko £220,000 31-05-2015 £220,000 £4,231
Simeon Slavchev £1,760,000 30-06-2015 £1,760,000 £33,846
Stuart Holden £440,000 30-06-2015 £440,000 £8,462
Tim Ream £440,000 30-06-2017 £1,320,000 £8,462
Tom Eaves £66,000 30-06-2015 £66,000 £1,269

Bolton is managed by a private company with limited shares. Club is in a red alert debt of 136.5 million euros at the moment. Bolton had good sponsors some years ago in the form of Reebok and Adidas but their debt kept on increasing just because of their owner’s interest in other things rather than Football.

Bolton never had an opportunity to excel at all and I believe that this bad form will continue not only because of their Financial debt but also the lack of football in their academy and also the club is surrounded by some good clubs like Manchester United, Manchester City etc. which is actually a threat in the form of interest shown by players in this club.