Bolton Wanderers key player returns from loan.

  • Bolton Wanderers attacker Conor Carty has returned from his loan at Doncaster Rovers, as announced by the club on X.

Bolton Wanderers let the attacker join the League Twoclub on a temporary basis in the January transfer window.

The 21-year-old Carty was supposed to finish the season with Doncaster, but he has already sustained an ACL injury.

On social media, the Trotters have affirmed his return for medical attention.

Man from Bolton Wanderers comes back
Doncaster and Bolton are both hurt by Carty’s injury. He made five appearances for the team of Grant McCann.

In order to further his development, he spent a spell on loan with St Patrick’s Athletic last year, where he scored six goals in 41 games across all competitions for the League of Ir

eland team.

In 2022, Wolves of the Premier League sent him to the Trotters. Since making the transition, he has made one appearance for the North West team and been sent to Gateshead and Oldham Athletic in the National League to gain some non-league experience.

He was brought in by Doncaster this winter in an effort to strengthen their attacking unit as they try to move out of the relegation zone and up the fourth division table.

But now that he’s parted ways with the Yorkshire team, his whole attention will be on getting back on the field as soon and safely as possible.

The Irishman leaves behind a Donny team that last played away at Sutton United and drew 1-1, with Joe Ironside, the striker, scoring a late penalty. McCann’s team is seven points above the drop zone and currently sits in 22nd place.

Under Ian Evatt, Bolton hopes to advance to the Championship this season. Tonight they travel to Cambridge United on the road.

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