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Report: Neil Lennon to stay on as Bolton Wanderers boss

A report claims that Bolton Wanderers manager Neil Lennon has told close friends that he intends to remain at the Macron Stadium despite the club's cashflow issues.

Neil Lennon reportedly has no plans to step aside as Bolton Wanderers manager despite the club's ongoing financial woes.

The Trotters have been forced to bring in Trevor Birch to help ease the cashflow issues, with the Championship side desperate for new investment.

Lennon was said to be hopeful of bringing in a few new players in January, having had to rely on a string of loans and free transfers since taking charge, but those plans have seemingly been thwarted once more.

According to The Sun, the Ulsterman was stunned to learn that Bolton would continue to live off scraps for the time being, but has told close friends that he intends to remain in charge in order to guide the Lancashire outfit to safety.

Wanderers, who are currently in the relegation zone, had been hopeful of receiving a cash boost from Dean Holdsworth's proposed takeover.

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A general view outside the ground prior to the FA Cup Third Round match between Bolton Wanderers and Wigan Athletic at the Macron Stadium on January 3, 2015
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