Bolton Wanderers captain Kevin Davies has turned down a move to Toronto after being strongly linked with a move to the Major League Soccer club, reports BBC Sport.
The 36-year-old was told by the Trotters that his contract at the Reebok would not be extended beyond the current season, his tenth with the club. And a move to Canada seemed to be on the cards after talks with Toronto coach Ryan Nelsen last week.
"My family and I were n...More
Bolton Wanderers captain Kevin Davies is considering a move to Major League Soccer after discussions with Toronto, according to Sky Sports.
The 36-year-old, whose career began with Chesterfield back in 1993, has been told that he will not be receiving a new contract with Bolton at the end of this season making him a free agent. Sky have reported that Davies has held talks with Toronto manager Ryan Nelsen and that Toronto are hopeful ...More
Kevin Davies has admitted he is shocked by Bolton’s decision to not offer him a new contract, says BBC Sport.
The Trotters captain turned 36 on Tuesday, and extended his current deal last May, despite relegation from the Premier League. However, the former Chesterfield youngster has been told he won’t get a new deal, or a testimonial, and might leave the Reebok Stadium on loan before Thursday’s closure of the Football League loan win...More
Fabrice Muamba has not ruled out a return to football despite suffering cardiac arrest on the pitch and subsequently ending his career on medical advice, the BBC has reported.
Muamba collapsed during Bolton Wanderers’ FA Cup match against Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane earlier this year. His heart stopped for 78 minutes. Muamba spent a month in hospital and was later advised by doctors to retire from playing.
The former Engla...More
Bolton Wanders have announced that they relieved Owen Coyle of his duties as manager. The decision comes after a torturous year or so for the Trotters, culminating in their relegation from the Premier League after 10 seasons. Coyle’s side then made an inauspicious start to life in the Championship and are currently in a lowly 18th position.
According to the BBC, a statement on the official Bolton club website from chairman Phil Garts...More
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FA Cup – Quarter-final
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As the Bolton Wanderers support clapped off their players after the first game of this season, many would have forgiven them for dreaming of a return to the top-half and Europa League football. The club had just trounced newly-promoted Queens Park Rangers 4-0 with an emphatic performance. With the Trotters having finished the previous season on something of a hig...More
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