UK Massive clubs in League One and we're one of them, says Bolton's Doyle last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- The striker finished as the club's top scorer during the automatic promotion campaign out of League Two
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Eoin Doyle feels 'at home' at Bolton and believes they will play some 'massive clubs' in League One next season - but that Wanderers are one of those too. The 33-year-old ended the season as the club's top scorer with 19 goals as the Whites sealed automatic promotion back to League One. And they did it in style with a 4-1 victory on the road against Crawley Town, with Doyle getting the third of those. It means Doyle has been promoted out of League Two for two campaigns in succession, having done so last year with previous club Swindon Town where he ended the curtailed season as the division's top scorer. Though the makeup of League One for next season is yet to be completely finalised due to the play-offs, Wanderers have some massive games in prospect against the likes of Sheffield Wednesday, Ipswich Town, Portsmouth and derby matches against Wigan Athletic. Read More Related Articles The Bolton Wanderers aspect which bodes well for success in League One next season pinpointed Read More Related Articles Early League One promotion and winner bookies odds as Bolton Wanderers' prospects rated Doyle is licking his lips at the prospect of the encounters on offer next campaign against some 'massive clubs', which the striker counts the Whites as among and believes it is 'promising times' at the University of Bolton Stadium. When Bolton are a League One club next season, Doyle hopes to be playing his football in front of the Wanderers faithful after having to go through an entire campaign without them being present inside stadiums. And after his first season at the club, he feels 'at home' at the UniBol and is happy with all aspects of life as a Wanderers player. He said: “What a league next year – there are some massive clubs but we’re one of them.
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. Please God the fans get back in and we can have a full house, it’ll be so exciting. “The club is in a good place at the minute. You can see by the way people are carrying themselves, it’s promising times. "I am just so privileged and I am so grateful that I have had a small, small part to play in the success. “I have met about 20 of them outside and couldn’t wait to get among them, I had a great laugh. "But I love this place, I feel at home, the lads, the gaffer, the way we play – everything is working out well. It’s nice."
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