Bolton’s Gary Cahill has spoken of his team’s joy to be winning games and moving up the table following their 2-1 home win against Stoke City.
Last Saturday’s result at the Reebok came on the back of three consecutive draws for Bolton – something that hasn’t correlated with the performances given by boss Owen Coyle’s side. Ivan Klasnic’s injury time winner elevated the Whites up to 7th position, and Cahill was keen to highlight the importance that the wins have in boosting the team’s morale: “It
Although a match-winner over the weekend, everything is set to come crashing back down to earth this week as manager Coyle continues to stay quiet on the subject of whether he will be appealing Klasnic’s red card. The Scot had a few things to say after the game about referee Peter Walton’s decision hand the striker his second yellow card in two minutes for a foul outside the Stoke box, but is unlikely to appeal, meaning he will be without the 30-year-old for their match against Wigan next Saturday. Although a key player for Bolton off the bench, Coyle will have the services of loanee Rodrigo Moreno and Robbie Blake to call on should the in-form duo of Kevin Davies and Johan Elmander have any problems in making an impact themselves.