Wanderers manager wants his hometown club to keep believing they can make up 18-point gap to League One safety
“Wycombe know all about the ups and downs of football,” Keith Hill explains, ahead of the meeting of the Wanderers this afternoon in Bolton. “It’s only a few years since they only stayed in the Football League on goal difference, the season Bristol Rovers went down. “They are in a different place now, in front of us, but we are on a different journey.”
That is one way of putting it, though the harsh reality is that the two travellers meeting at the Macron on Saturday appear to be wandering in different directions. Wycombe are pushing for promotion to the Championship, while Bolton, who started the season with barely any players and a 12-point deduction, are bottom of the table and looking at a drop into League Two.