Championship side Bolton Wanderers have released a club statement this afternoon claiming to have reached an ‘amicable agreement’ with the players.
It comes after the players went on strike as they were not paid substantial bonuses for retaining the club’s Championship status, nor for individual performances.
Bolton owner and chairman Ken Anderson agreed to have a face-to-face showdown to resolve the argument, only to pull out of attending.
A statement, posted at bwfc.co.uk, read: “Both parties have reached an amicable agreement to resolve this situation. The players regret the disruption their actions have caused the club and its travelling supporters, and are continuing with their preparations for the new season.
“The club on its part is also looking to review its lines of communication to help avoid this happening again.
“With excellent progress being made over the last two seasons, the club and players will continue working together, on and off the pitch, to ensure a common drive and determination for success.”
The supporters have given quite a mixed reaction to what has been said in the statement.
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