Bolton Wanderers Connor Hall. Photo: Bolton Wanderers Football Club ©
Bolton Wanderers Connor Hall. Photo: Bolton Wanderers Football Club ©

Connor Hall makes full Bolton Wanderers debut

Wanderers striker was a junior player at Binfield and Ascot United
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Bolton Wanderers Connor Hall. Photo: Bolton Wanderers Football Club ©
Bolton Wanderers Connor Hall. Photo: Bolton Wanderers Football Club ©

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Former Binfield junior player Connor Hall made his first start for EFL Championship side Bolton Wanderers in the Carabao Cup this week.

Hall was, according to Moles chairman Bob Bacon part of the Binfield Soccer School at under 11s and played for the clubs under 16 side during the 2013/14 season.

The 20-year-old striker made his full debut in the 2-1 defeat against Leeds United in the first round of the League Cup.

Hall was promoted to the senior side for the 2018/19 Championship season after impressing for the reserves and was awarded a 2-year contract in the summer.

The striker recently gifted a signed and framed shirt to his former club and has worked his way up through the football league age groups at Sheffield United and was loaned out to Sheffield FC, Mickleover and Woking. He joined Wanderers in July 2017.

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