Real nameKevin Nolan
Age37 (Born 24 Jun, 1982)
Height6ft (1.83m)
Weight13st 5lb (84.81kg)
Place of birthLiverpool


Notts Co 31 Jan, 17 30 Jun, 19 Free 0 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Leyton Orient 21 Jan, 16 01 Jul, 16 Free 12 (2)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
West Ham 16 Jun, 11 21 Jan, 16 £3,000,000 130 (11)304 (2)03 (1)06 (0)1
Newcastle 30 Jan, 09 16 Jun, 11 £4,000,000 84 (1)293 (0)01 (2)10 (0)0
Bolton 01 Aug, 99 30 Jan, 09 Trainee 257 (39)4013 (7)410 (5)411 (3)2
Totals   £7,000,000 483 (53)9920 (9)414 (8)517 (3)3
Goals per Game    0.18 0.13 n/a 0.15

Games played by Kevin Nolan in 2003/2004

PremiershipSa 16Aug 2003Man Utd4 - 0Bolton
PremiershipSa 23Aug 2003Bolton2 - 2Blackburn
PremiershipSa 30Aug 2003Bolton0 - 0Charlton
PremiershipSa 13Sep 2003Bolton2 - 0Middlesbrough
PremiershipSa 20Sep 2003Newcastle0 - 0Bolton
Carling CupWe 24Sep 2003Bolton3 - 1Walsall
1 goal1
PremiershipSa 27Sep 2003Bolton1 - 1Wolves
PremiershipSu 05Oct 2003Aston Villa1 - 1Bolton
1 goal1
PremiershipSa 18Oct 2003Man City6 - 2Bolton
1 goal1
PremiershipSa 25Oct 2003Bolton0 - 1Birmingham
Carling CupTu 28Oct 2003Bolton2 - 0Gillingham
PremiershipSa 01Nov 2003Tottenham0 - 1Bolton
1 goal1
PremiershipSa 08Nov 2003Bolton0 - 0Southampton
PremiershipSa 22Nov 2003Leeds0 - 2Bolton
PremiershipSa 29Nov 2003Bolton2 - 0Everton
Carling CupWe 03Dec 2003Liverpool2 - 3Bolton
PremiershipSa 06Dec 2003Fulham2 - 1Bolton
PremiershipSa 13Dec 2003Chelsea1 - 2Bolton
PremiershipSa 20Dec 2003Bolton1 - 1Arsenal
PremiershipFr 26Dec 2003Liverpool3 - 1Bolton
PremiershipSu 28Dec 2003Bolton2 - 2Leicester
FA CupSa 03Jan 2004Tranmere1 - 1Bolton
1 goal1
PremiershipWe 07Jan 2004Bolton1 - 2Man Utd
PremiershipSa 10Jan 2004Blackburn3 - 4Bolton
2 goals2
FA CupTu 13Jan 2004Bolton1 - 2Tranmere
PremiershipSa 17Jan 2004Bolton1 - 0Portsmouth
Carling CupWe 21Jan 2004Bolton5 - 2Aston Villa
1 goal1
PremiershipSa 31Jan 2004Charlton1 - 2Bolton
1 goal1
PremiershipSa 07Feb 2004Bolton2 - 2Liverpool
PremiershipTu 10Feb 2004Leicester1 - 1Bolton
PremiershipSa 21Feb 2004Bolton1 - 3Man City
1 goal1
Carling CupSu 29Feb 2004NBolton1 - 2Middlesbrough
PremiershipSa 06Mar 2004Birmingham2 - 0Bolton
PremiershipSa 13Mar 2004Bolton0 - 2Chelsea
PremiershipSa 20Mar 2004Arsenal2 - 1Bolton
PremiershipSu 28Mar 2004Bolton1 - 0Newcastle
PremiershipSa 03Apr 2004Middlesbrough2 - 0Bolton
PremiershipSa 10Apr 2004Bolton2 - 2Aston Villa
PremiershipMo 12Apr 2004Wolves1 - 2Bolton
PremiershipSa 17Apr 2004Bolton2 - 0Tottenham
PremiershipSa 24Apr 2004Southampton1 - 2Bolton
1 goal1
PremiershipSu 02May 2004Bolton4 - 1Leeds
1 goal1
PremiershipSa 08May 2004Everton1 - 2Bolton
PremiershipSa 15May 2004Bolton0 - 2Fulham


Match in Focus


Sheff Utd v Arsenal

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Arsenal have won five of their last six matches
Expert verdict
Some Arsenal supporters are not happy with Unai Emery’s tactics but the Gunners are third in the Premier League after eight matches and can maintain their upward trajectory by beating Sheffield United. The visitors have lost only one match in all competitions this season and should continue to improve with Hector Bellerin and Kieran Tierney both fit again after injury. They haven’t always been brilliant but Arsenal tend to get the job done. Sheffield United held firm for 70 minutes against Liverpool and have proved hard to break down, but they have lost four of their last five home matches in all competitions.


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