Anderson and Holdworth are in open dispute, and for the sake of the club this has to be sorted. Quickly.
It`s been an interesting day in the Bolton Wanderers world.
If there was any illusion that there was some sort of uneasy truce between the Ken Anderson camp and the Dean Holdsworth camp, it has been well and truly shattered. The co-owners are in a public feud, seemingly on multiple fronts, something which can`t be good.
Sports Shield have gone public with a statement, ripping into Anderson, saying he negotiated the Clough sale alone, bypassing the directors, which seems an Anderson family affair anyway.
Both sides have been accused of not putting money into the club, and the transparency Anderson has been trying to push seems to have disappeared now tough questions need to be asked. An interview with the Bolton News scheduled for the weekend has been withdrawn, while regardless of whether he`s officially on the club payroll or not, Lee Anderson sending tweets criticising supporters with worries aren`t needed, especially when the accounts were still filed late. You don`t have to be an accountant to know that.
With results on the pitch taking a turn for the worse of late as well, it`s soured what a month ago was a good mood around the club, Phil Parkinson and the players have done well this season given the circumstances, but if off the pitch stuff carries on like this there`s no way on earth this can`t get to the players.
For the sake of Bolton Wanderers, Ken Anderson and Dean Holdsworth need to get together and sort it out.