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Where are they now? The Bolton Wanderers team that beat Wigan Athletic in 2014


The Bolton Wanderers face Wigan Athletic this weekend in a bid to score three points when both sides lock the horns in League One.

The Wanderers are currently in eighth place in League One, while the Latics are third and just one point off the top spot ahead of the game at the University of Bolton Stadium.

Bolton last beat Wigan in early 2015 in the FA Cup third round thanks to a strike from Zach Clough.

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And the last time the Wanderers had three league points against the Latics was in November 2014 in the league.

Three goals in 11 minutes from Max Clayton, Craig Davies and Lee Chung-Yong from the penalty spot gave the Wanderers three points at home.

Ian Evatt’s side will be aiming for three points on Saturday at home, but what happened to Matchday 18 from that day at the start of Neil Lennon’s reign as Bolton boss? Here we take a trip down memory lane to see where they are now.

Andy Lonergan

The veteran keeper left Wanderers in 2015 and continues his nomadic career to this day.

Has had spells at Fulham, Wolves, Leeds United, Middlesbrough, Rochdale, Liverpool, Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion.

The 37-year-old is currently at Everton.

Matt mills

Defender stayed in Bolton until 2015, before moving to Nottingham Forest and spending three years at the City Ground.

He also spent periods at Barnsley, Pune City and Forest Green Rovers before quitting his playing career in 2020 and is now working as an expert.

Tim ream

The US international stayed with Wanderers until 2015, before being sold to Fulham in the summer of 2015.

He remains with the Cottagers to this day.

Dorian Dervitis

The French defender stayed at Bolton before leaving in the summer of 2018 and has since had several clubs across Europe.

These include Charleroi and KSV Roeselare in Belgium, NAC Breda in the Netherlands and Doxa Katokopias in Cyprus.

Is currently with the Belgian team RAEC Mons.

Neil danns

The midfielder joined Bury after leaving Wanderers in 2016, spending three years at Gigg Lane, in addition to a stint at Blackpool.

Joined Tranmere Rovers in summer 2019, but left Prenton Park after only one season.

Since then he has played at Radcliffe and FC Halifax Town, outside the league, Connah’s Quay Nomads of the Welsh Premier League, and is currently with Macclesfield FC.

Marc Davies

Made over 200 appearances for the Wanderers and scored 16 goals before leaving the club in the summer of 2017 and hasn’t played a game since then.

Liam Feeney

Left Bolton in the summer of 2016 and headed slightly north towards Ewood Park and Blackburn Rovers.

The winger had a loan at Cardiff City before moving from Blackburn to Blackpool in the summer of 2018.

He was loaned out to the Tranmere Rovers in the summer of 2020 and joined the Prenton Park squad permanently this summer after being released by the Tangerines.

Josh vela

The Academy product left Wanderers in the summer of 2019 and joined Hibernian after more than 180 games for the team they came through the youth ranks on.

Joined Shrewsbury Town in January 2020 and remains there to this day.

Lee chung yong

The South Korea international was bought by Crystal Palace in the January 2015 transfer window with Barry Bannan on loan in the opposite direction as part of the deal.

He stayed with the Eagles until the summer of 2018 and then moved to the German side of Bochum.

He is currently back in his native Korea playing for Ulsan Hyundai.

Max Clayton

Former Crewe prodigy Alexandra Clayton left the Wanderers in the summer of 2017 after injuries limited her time in Bolton’s jersey to just 30 games.

He moved to Blackpool but ultimately only made seven appearances in two years due to lingering hamstring issues.

Clayton joined Altrincham early last season, but left after playing only once for the Robins.

Craig davies

Moved from Bolton to Wigan in the summer of 2015 and spent 18 months at DW Stadium before moving to Scunthorpe United.

He left Iron in the summer of 2017, then spent a season at Oldham Athletic, before spending two campaigns with Mansfield Town and has been without a club since the summer of 2020.


Paddy kenny

The veteran goalkeeper spent spells at Ipswich Town, Bury, Rotherham United, Northampton Town and Maltby Main before hanging up his gloves in the summer of 2018.

Kevin mcnaughton

Like Craig Davies, he traveled to Wigan in the summer of 2015 and spent a season with the Latics before returning to his native Scotland to join Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

Spells to Forfar Athletic and Kirriemuir Thistle followed before retiring from the game. He has since become coach of the youth team at Dundee.

Dean Moxey

Left Bolton in the summer of 2017 and moved to his hometown club, Exeter City.

The defender spent three campaigns with the Greeks before leaving in the summer of 2020 and has been with National League Torquay United since then.

Jay spearing

After leaving Bolton in the summer of 2017, the former Wanderers skipper spent three seasons at Blackpool, before joining Tranmere Rovers in 2020.

He has been at Prenton Park since then and faced his former team last season in League Two.

Jermaine beckford

Left Bolton to move to Preston North End initially on loan in November 2014, before making the move permanent after his release by Wanderers in 2015.

The forward remained in Deepdale until the summer of 2017 when he was released by the Lilywhites and then moved to Bury.

After lingering injury issues, Beckford retired from professional football in the summer of 2019.

Rob hall

Had loan spells away from Wanderers at MK Dons before moving to Oxford United in the summer of 2016.

He played almost 100 times for Oxford over the next five seasons, which also included a loan to Forest Green Rovers, and is currently with the National League team Barnet.

Joe mason

Was on loan to Wanderers for a few periods but was bought by Wolves from parent club Cardiff City in January 2016.

Playing time at Molineux eventually became limited and the forward has loan spells at Burton Albion Colorado Rapids in MLS and Portsmouth, before joining MK Dons in the summer of 2019.

After two seasons at Stadium: MK, Mason is gone and is now with the Canadian Premier League team Cavalry FC in Alberta.