Condition: (Match worn) 8/10 – Excellent. A small faint mark under the collar and a dot on the upper rear
Size: Adult’s Medium
Chest Measurement: 38-40 Inches / 97-101 CM
Colour: White, red & navy trim
Player: Chris Eagles
Official Adidas Bolton Wanderers home football shirt from the 2013/14 season. Complete with Eagles #7 on the back of the shirt in official Football League lettering.
This is a match worn jersey, purchased from another footballer that acquired the jersey after a playing a match against this player.
A signed letter of confirmation will be provided with this jersey, including information on the origin and purchase by ourselves, from the footballer.
Condition of this vintage football jersey is 8/10 – Excellent A small faint mark under the collar and a dot on the upper rear (see photos).
In July 2011, Eagles and his Burnley teammate Tyrone Mears joined Bolton Wanderers on a three-year contract for a joint fee in the region of £3 million, linking up with their ex-manager Owen Coyle for the second time in their careers. He made his debut in a 4–0 away win at Queens Park Rangers on 13 August, where he created an assist for the second goal put in his own net by Danny Gabbidon. On 20 September, he scored his first goal for the "Trotters", from 25 yards, in the League Cup Third Round 2–0 away win against Aston Villa. He also scored a brace in a 5–0 win over Stoke City at the Reebok Stadium on 6 November.
He found himself out of the starting line-up for a short time due to Tuncay being in form, but he came back to the starting line-up on 21 April, where he scored in a 1–1 draw at home to Swansea City. At the end of the season, Bolton were relegated into the Championship.
Eagles was named Player of the Month by the fans for August, September and October of the new season. He finished the 2012–13 season as Bolton's top goalscorer with twelve goals, and also created the most goals, with twelve assists. His form in April earned him a nomination for the Championship Player of the Month award.
He played just 18 games in the 2013–14 season, and was released by the club in May 2014. Shortly after his release from Bolton, he explained that he was disappointed at aspects of his departure, but maintained an affection for both the club's supporters and the town. In July 2014, Eagles was awarded an honorary degree by the University of Bolton for his services to sport. He later blamed manager Dougie Freedman for his exit, saying "I didn't like him and I didn't like the way he managed. He showed me no respect".
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