The Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle has said that the players should be showing a positive response to the 2-0 defeat suffered at the hands of Burnley on the opening day of the new Championship season.

Bolton Wanderers were relegated from the Premier league after more than a decade of top flight football. However, they have decided to retain their manager Owen Coyle with a view of returning to the Premier league in the first instance. They began the life in the Championship in the worst possible manner after a 2-0 defeat against Owen Coyle's former employers.


Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle has publicly criticised his players after the 3-0 defeat at the hands of struggling Portsmouth, who aren't exactly a team full of Lionel Messis!.


Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle has said that the rumours linking him with a move for Chelsea midfielder Oriol Romeu are well beyond the mark. The 20-year-old former Barcelona midfielder joined Chelsea in the summer last season.

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After severe rain forced a temporary suspension in Donetsk, French quality eventually shone through in a comfortable 2-0 win

The game began in extraordinary circumstances with torrential rain that was soon accompanied by thunder and lightning to such an extent that Dutch referee Bjorn Kuipers had no choice but to take the teams off the field. Play was suspended for nearly an hour but when the players returned, the pitch was in remarkably good condition.


Former Bolton Wanderers star Jay-Jay Okocha has said that the owners of the club are to blame for the club's relegation from the Premier league this season.

There has been absolutely no investment from the owners in the last few seasons, which has led to manager Owen Coyle looking at improving his squad by bringing in many players on loan deals.


Following the hard-fought 2-1 win over Aston Villa during the week, Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle has said that he is looking forward to getting the same out of his players when they take on Sunderland during this weekend.

Even though Bolton were in the relegation zone, they were having two games in hand. Of course, the problem with having two games in hand is a fact that one should be able to make use of it and win the matches.

It is exactly what Bolton did during the week against Aston Villa when they came back from being 1-0 down in the match to win the match 2-1.


Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle has said that there is every chance that midfielder Fabrice Muamba could play again for the club.

There have been many rumours that Fabrice Muamba could have played his last game ever after being diagnosed with a genetic heart condition.

He collapsed on the pitch in the match against Tottenham a few weeks ago. Doctors said that Muamba was almost dead for up to an hour until he was brought back to life. He was recently discharged from the hospital and is now continuing his recovery from the condition that almost took his life.


Bolton Wanderers secured a much-needed home win in the most crucial match they were facing in recent seasons.

Bolton were entertaining fellow relegation strugglers QPR during the weekend. It was an important match for Bolton given that there were very few options for them to get all three points other than facing relegation threatened teams.


After suffering heavy 3-0 defeat at the hands of Chelsea last weekend, Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle has said that he is extremely bullish at the prospect of getting some points off Manchester City at the Etihad stadium.

Bolton will be visiting Manchester city this weekend just after their tough fixture against Chelsea last weekend. Bolton were thoroughly outplayed by Chelsea and there is a real prospect of the same happening in the match against Manchester city as well.


Bolton Wanderers were at the receiving end of an embarrassing defeat at home against basement side Wigan Athletic recently.

The loss has severely hurt the Wanderers hopes of Premier League survival this year, and it has meant that the pressure on Owen Coyle’s shoulders has increase massively.


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