Bolton Wanderers were confirmed as the first Championship team being relegated at the end of the season to Sky Bet League 1.

The Trotters’ fate was arguably sealed many games ago, but on Saturday, Derby County guaranteed that the Bolton Wanderers will be heading to League 1, after there 4-1 loss at the iPro stadium.

The official Sky Bet League 1 at the end of the games yesterday, made a post of their new follows, including Bolton Wanderers and Northampton Town, Town being confirmed as the winners and champions of League 2 after beating Bristol Rovers.

Here is what Phil Brown had to say on Football on Five, regarding the Trotters’ demise.

Paddy McGuinness, the Take Me Out host had a few words on his club being relegated.

BBC Sport went on to point out that the Trotters’ have not sunk into the Third tier of English football in 23 years.

Some great black and white memories for Wanderers were posted on Twitter too, including a picture of Sam Allardyce himself playing for the Trotters.

Jennifer Louise Ward is already worried about what could happen next season.

Some reminiscing about the good times of Bolton Wanderers.

John Richardson thinks the situation at Bolton is sad, as he has some great memories at the Reebok Stadium.

Anthony is worried that if the correct manager and staff are not in place next season, that the Trotters will continue to struggle.

John Ward said this summer is a massive opportunity for the correct decisions to be made, but no matter what he will always be there for the Trotters.

This fan pointed out that PSG’s clearance at the top of Ligue 1, is more than Bolton’s total points for the season.

Spanner pointed out that many of the teams in League 1, are not the most biggest of names.

I think Bolton have seen relegation coming for a while, but not to the devastation and embarrassment it has taken to this season. The Trotters fans will be looking at the new regime to make the correct decisions over the summer and rebuild the foundations of the club, if there is any hope of Bolton climbing back into the Championship, let alone the Premier League.

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