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Coyle Bemoans Slow Start

Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle feels a slow start to the first half was the downfall of his side in the 1-0 Premiership defeat to Aston Villa on Saturday. Coyle says he is not worried by the club's recent form but feels the game was an oppurtunity to win missed by the Trotters. Article continues here... Advertisement "We started very well until the ....


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Klasnic Form Puts Elmander In The Cold

Bolton Wanderers striker Johan Elmander has bemoaned his recent role of substitute after Ivan Klasnic's recent goalscoring form has left the Swede third choice in the side. The Croatian loanee has scored four goals in as many games for the Trotters and partners captain Kevin Davies up front. Article continues here... Advertisement And the 28-year-old has ....


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Megson Speaks Ahead Of Crunch Week

Bolton Wanderers manager Gary Megson has admitted the club are in trouble and accused some players of not playing at their best. The former Liecester boss has launched the suprise verbal attack ahead of a week where the Trotters play West Ham after Manchester City. Article continues here... Advertisement Megson told the Bolton Evening news: "We have got a ....


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Megson Wants More Of The Same

Bolton Wanderers boss Gary Megson expects his side to repeat their work rate from last week's game at Fulham- but wants them to go one better and take all three points against Wolves. The Trotters visit Wolves in the relegation zone on saturday and Megson believes more of the elements that saw the Whites take a point from Fulham will be required for a victory. Article continues ....


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Samuel: Fans Have To Be Behind Us

Bolton Wanderers defender Jlloyd Samuel has called on Bolton fans to support the team in their tough times and stop criticising Gary Megson's side. The Trotters sit in the Premiership's bottom three heading into the busy christmas schedule and the Trinidad defender has called for a united club over the festive period. Article continues ....


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Skipper Defends Side After Cottage Draw

Bolton Wanderers captain Kevin Davies says the team are ready to battle for Premiership survival and has defended the spirit within the camp. Ivan Klasnic's goal was cancelled out by Damien Duff at Craven Cottage to leave the Trotters in the bottom three after drawing with Roy Hodgson's side. Article continues here... Advertisement He said: "As players ....


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Megson Confident Of Villa Result

Bolton Wanderers manager Gary Megson feels his side can take heart from their previous performance against Chelsea and is confident of getting a result against Aston Villa on Saturday. Despite a 4-0 defeat Megson applauded the side for its effort and referenced the sending off of Jlloyd Samuel as a moment the game changed. Article continues ....


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Chelsea Honcho Applauds Bolton Effort

Bolton Wanderers were beaten by Chelsea twice in the same week- both times by a convincing 4-0 scoreline- but Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti feels the Trotters were unlucky. The Italian admitted the sending off of Bolton's Jlloyd Samuel was the turning point- describing the home side as 'strong' up 'til that point. Article continues here... Advertisement He ....


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Megson Unhappy At Chelsea Thrashing

Bolton Wanderers manager Gary Megson has blasted his side's display against Chelsea in the Carling Cup after the Stamford Bridge outfit cruised to a 4-0 win last night. Didier Drogba, Deco, Flourent Malouda nad Soloman Kalou got the goals that sent Wanderers out the competition and Megson described it as 'the worst performance you'll see'. Article continues ....


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Megson Hits Out At Defender's Attitude

Bolton Wanderers manager Gary Megson has hit out at defender Zat Knight's concentration, claiming he would have not conceded his own goal against Manchester United had it been in the last ten minutes of the game. The 29-year-old summer signing lashed at an attempted clearance after five minutes and the ball richoted off his standing leg and into the back of the net. Article ....


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Megson Defends Ferguson In Ref Row

Bolton Wanderers manager Gary Megson has defended Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson in light of his recent run in with referee Alan Wiley. Ferguson claimed Wiley was not fit enough to referee in the top flight after the official took charge of the Champions' game against Sunderland. Article continues here... Advertisement And now Megson has waded ....


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Lee Needs Time To Adapt- Megson

Bolton Wanderers summer signing Chung-yong Lee still needs time to adapt to the speed of the English game according to Trotters boss Gary Megson. Lee scored his first Whites' goal against Tottenham in a 2-2 draw but Megson says there is more to come. Article continues here... Advertisement He told the Bolton News: "His performance against Spurs was ....


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Cahill Puts Improvement Down To Regular Action

Bolton Wanderers star defender Gary Cahill thinks his improvement as a footballer is mainly down to playing regular first team football at Bolton. Cahill also spoke of his relationship with former boss Martin O'Neill and suggested the Irishman made a mistake in letting him join up at the Reebok. Article continues here... Advertisement Cahill told Sky ....


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Duo Defend Style Of Play

Bolton Wanderers duo Gretar Steinsson and Fabrice Muamba have defended the team's style of play and confirmed the team will not change as long as the Trotters keep picking up points. Manager Gary Megson and his team have received criticism both from their own fans and those in the media for playing aggressive and direct football. Article continues ....


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Redknapp Confirms Megson's Fears

Bolton Wanderers star centre-back Gary Cahill was the target of Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp this summer, the former Portsmouth boss has revealed. Megson recently stated he would 'never sell him', but admitted it 'wasn't just about football'. Article continues here... Advertisement And when the former Aston Villa defender signed a new contract ....


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Megson Confident Of Keeping Cahill

Bolton Wanderers manager Gary Megson is confident Bolton can fight off competition for the signing of Gary Cahill- having removed a minimum fee relsease clause from his contract this summer. Cahill recently signed a new deal that sees him stay at the club until 2012 and in the process removed the £8 million release clause. Article continues ....


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Cahill Warning To Fans

Bolton centre-back Gary Cahill has warned negative-thinking fans to get behind their team and help improve the team's home form. Wanderers have only won one point this term at the Reebok, and fans feelings towards manager Gary Megson have not improved. Article continues here... Advertisement And Cahill has admitted the boos and slow-hand claps heard ....


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Vaz Te Nears First Team Comeback

Bolton Wanderers forward Ricardo Vaz Te has told of his relief as he nears a return to full-fitness, after an injury that made him doubt his future in the sport. The Portugese winger played 45 minutes against Blackburn reserves on Monday evening and is now looking forward to pushing for a first team place. Article continues here... Advertisement He todl ....


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Megson Relieved At First Win

Bolton Wanderers manager Gary Megson has spoken of his relief at his side's victory over Portsmouth on Saturday- ensuring the club's first points of the Premiership campaign. Gary Cahill's last-minute winner ensured all three points for the visitors as Bolton came out 3-2 winners in a match between the only two sides in the league who were yet to gain a point. Article continues ....


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Taylor: We Must Start Winning

Bolton Wanderers midfielder Matt Taylor says it is imperative they start winning games, starting with a victory over his old club Portsmouth in Saturday's bottom of the table battle. Taylor joined the Trotters from the south coast club in January 2008 and has since scored three times in the last five games between the sides. Article continues ....


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Davies Planning To Stay In The Game

Bolton Wanderers skipper Kevin Davies has revealed he is seriously considering staying in the game- but doesn't plan to stop playing for at least another three years. The 32-year-old striker has proven himself a leader on the field, and last season enjoyed his best goalscoring form for the club. Article continues here... Advertisement Davies took a ....


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Megson: Give Lee Time

Bolton Wanderers manager Gary Megson believes new signing Lee Chung-Yong will need time to adapt to the physical pressure of the Premiership- but has been pleased with the winger's substitute appearances so far this season. The South Korean international has come on for the Trotters in three games this season and has accumulated just over an hour of English football. Article ....


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Davies: Let's Toughen Up

Bolton Wanderers captain Kevin Davies has called on the rest of his Bolton teammates to toughen up in oreder to stave off the threat of another season flirting with relegation. Although the striker doesn't feel Wanderers' league position is a problem right now he feels the squad need to head manager Gary Megson's warning that they are lacking a ruthless streak. Article continues ....


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Megson Fires Elmander Warning Shot

Bolton Wanderers manager Gary Megson has warned striker Johan Elmander he must toughen up to succeed in the Premiership, with his international manager leaping to his defence. Mark Davies' goal in the Carling Cup is the only for Bolton in competitive matches this season and the Swede has failed to score in 21 games. Article continues ....


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Megson: Season Barely Begun

Bolton boss Gary Megson refuses to see a bad season ahead despite the openin day loss to Sunderland, and says nothing should be said until 23 games have been played. The 1-0 home defeat did little to silence the anti-Megson section of the Bolton supportters but Megson has become accustomed to their cries, and says the team will not know what kidn of year they are in for until ....


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