Parkinson resigns from Bolton chaos

22 August 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Phil Parkinson has decided to resign from his position as manager at Bolton Wanderers.

Phil Parkinson and his assistant, Steve Parking, have resigned from Bolton Wanderers.

The club fielded just three senior players in their first game in Sky Bet League One and have had their game against Doncaster postponed. 

The club's academy manager, Jimmy Phillips, will take interim charge.

Christian Fomsgaard Jensen cfj@offthepitch.com

Times are getting even tougher for Bolton Wanderers, as both their manager, Phil Parkinson, and his assistant, Steve Parking, have resigned from the club.

Despite Bolton entering administration in May and being relegated to Sky Bet League One, starting off with a 12-point deduction, the two decided to stay at the club. However, further problems have proved to be too much for the duo.

A statement from Bolton read: 

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