Bolton director Keith Hill says he’s been awarded his”dream job” and is convinced he could steer the club into a new era of success.
The former Rochdale manager was appointed by finishing its takeover of their Sky Bet League One club after Football Ventures rescued Bolton from liquidation.
Rock-bottom-of-the-table Bolton have been 15 points adrift of safety after five games for entering government, due to their deduction.
“It is the dream job. One hundred per cent it is a project when we knew it was available, we chased down. We were not put off from the challengeswe view it as an opportunity with a great deal of enthusiasm, and we’ve started work and we’re quite happy about the situation we find ourselves inside.
“We’re positive, we have got a strategy to be prosperous, and we’re really optimistic and we are going to represent the fans and the new ownership and also choose the club into a new era”
Because they seemed to bolster bolton produced nine signings on Deadline Day.
Hill added:”We’ve got great company completed, and we’re really pleased when we think how far we’ve come from likely Saturday, when we knew we’d got the job to where we are now, we are very pleased.
“We have a jigsaw, each manager does, the jigsaw players that they want in and if you may get themso you end up getting four, five or even six players goals for every position, and you just work your way through.
“However, like yesterday, it’s crucial that you obtain an answer, because getting a no is just as critical for a yes like this.”
Joins Hill in Bolton as his assistant.
Flitcroft said:”He’s a wonderful pal of minehe’s supported me through some tough times and now we’re back together and it is the ideal time and the right moment.
“It’s something we always wanted to do and he knows he will get every thing from me, and now I know I’ll get everything .”
Flitcroft spent three years as director of Bury, that, last week, were expelled following C&N Sporting Risk in the football league.
“The real people that have dropped out are the people that work there and believed at Bury, who have remained there during some really difficult times not getting paid,” added Flitcroft.
“You think that it will turn round and turn the corner and it’s not able to, and people who have lost their jobs, lost their livelihoods and then the broader community, and each supporter who encouraged me when I had been there. You realise they have lost their standing, but they will never miss the club as they’re so faithful to that badge.”

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