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Interview with an Away Fan: Bolton Wanderers

Thomas Hill spoke to Dennis Chase ahead of the difficult game against Bolton Wanderers in the Championship.

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15th in the table, are you happy with your current situation?

Not overall, we want to be in the playoff spots, but the improved form over the past two months or so has us very optimistic.

Neil Lennon appears to have turned things around at the club, is he the man to sort the club out once and for all? Most supporters believe he is. Given the success at Celtic and the first few months here, he has certainly earned our trust.

Which of your players do we need to look out for and why?

Young Zach Clough had a brilliant match against Wigan last Saturday. He scored a nice goal and provided a lot of creativity, which is needed with Chung-Yong Lee (Our best player) away this month at the Asian Cup.

What system will you be playing for the game?

Lennon favored a 4-4-2 early on, but we have had a lot of injuries to our striker force, and it has been a 4-4-1-1 in recent weeks.

If you could sign any Leeds player who would it be?

I see Mirco Antennucci has 8 goals, and we have struggled to score this season, so he seems the obvious choice.

What do you think our strengths and weaknesses are?

To be perfectly honest I have no idea. You guys have conceded 36 goals, which is among the most in the league, so I would assume the defending is a weakness.

What are your strengths and weaknesses?

Since Neil Lennon showed up our strength has been our defending, which is the opposite of how we playe dunder Dougie Freedman. Our weakness is that we just don't have any natural goalscorers, and even when we are keeping possession and creaing chances it is often a real struggle to get the ball in the net.

Three to get promoted, and three to go down?

I will say Bournemouth, Derby, and Bolton to get promoted (What else can I say?), plus Blackpool, Millwall, and Roterham to go down.

First goalscorer today?

Darren Pratley, he is in top form.

And the result?

2-1 to Bolton.

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