The Sunday Papers Round-Up 8/2/2004

Posted by Rushian on February 8, 2004, 12:22:05 PM

A quick round up of the match reports on the Bolton game from the Sunday broadsheets:

Gerrard can't dent big Sam's pride - Ian Whittel, The Observer

An absorbing contest ended in a just outcome but one from which Liverpool, twice required to come from behind, will take far less credit or pleasure than Sam Allardyce's ever-improving Bolton ...

Observer Match Report

Hunt hits heights for brave Bolton - Jonathan Northcroft, The Sunday Times

At least nobody can say any longer that Liverpool are boring. As Janet Jackson found at the Super Bowl, however, a drastic change of image is not always beneficial ...

Times Match Report

Bolton in hunt for fourth - Derick Allsop, Sunday Telegraph

Bolton may not be lording it over Liverpool yet, but that time could be coming closer. Gerrard Houllier's team had to come from behind twice to salvage a point from this tense encounter ...

Telegraph Match Report

Gerrard gem spares Red faces - Guy Hodgson, Independent on Sunday

When it was put to Sam Allardyce that Bolton Wanderers began a game against Liverpool as favourites, his response was to question the enquirer's grip on reality. "We're in fantasy land," were his exact words ...

Independent Match Report

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