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Fulham welcome Bolton ~ Ch. Team News MD46

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Fulham vrs Bolton Wanderers

Championship Match Day 46 1516 at Craven Cottage

Saturday 7th May 2016    KO: 12:30

Referee: Oliver Langford (West Midlands)



Referee: Oliver Langford (West Midlands)


Referee Oliver Langford
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Oliver Langford
Referee Oliver Langford has been a League referee since August 2008 prior to which he reffed in the Blue Sq Premier.

Ref Langford last reffed Fulham in the 5-1 away defeat at Derby in which no one was yellow or red carded and Fulham manager Felix Magath remained confident he could take Fulham back to the Barclays Premier League.

Bolton Wanderers have not been bossed by Ref Langford yet.

Last season Ref Langford was in charge of 33 games and gave out 63 yellows, a very low average of less than two per game, and 4 reds

This season so far he has reffed 39 games so far issuing 93 yellows, an increased but still low average of 2.4 cards per game, and 4 reds.



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Slavisa Jokanovic
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Fulham will be without Moussa Dembele for their Sky Bet Championship clash against Bolton at Craven Cottage on Saturday.

Dembele, whose future with the Cottagers remains uncertain, is among five players unavailable for boss Slavisa Jokanovic's side.

Fernando Amorebieta, Michael Madl, Sakari Mattila and Ashley Richards have also been ruled out for the visit of Bolton, who have already been relegated to League One.

But despite the long list of absentees, Jokanovic has vowed to put on a good show for the home fans. He said: "We will be doing everything to win the game and end the season in style."
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Bolton Wanderers coach Jimmy Phillips
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Wellington Silva could make one final appearance for Bolton as the Trotters bid farewell to the Championship.

The on-loan Arsenal winger, who will head back to his parent club after the game, returned from injury with a goal-scoring performance for the under-21 side on Tuesday.

The season is over, though, for Gary Madine and Josh Vela, who both remain sidelined, while Niall Maher is suspended.

Saturday's match represents Bolton's final chance to avoid going the whole campaign without winning an away match.























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