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Owen Coyle, the Bolton manager, believes David Wheater will be a more than able replacement for Zat Knight after confirming the defender did suffer knee ligament damage in Sunday's win over Everton.

Bolton suffer Zat Knight injury blow

Bolton boss Owen Coyle expects defender Zat Knight to be out of action for four to six weeks with the knee ligament injury he suffered in Sunday's win over Everton.

Moyes blasts slipshod Everton after 'poorest performance'

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Johan Elmander future in player's hands says Owen Coyle

Bolton boss Owen Coyle is happy to leave it up to top scorer Johan Elmander to decide whether he stays at the club.

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Kranjcar provides local cheer with screamer

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Injury time strike gives Spurs win over Bolton

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Wheater heads to Bolton for £2.3m

Middlesbrough defender David Wheater has joined Bolton on a three-year deal for £2.3m. The 23-year-old, who could make his debut against Chelsea on Monday, moves as doubts persist over the future of Gary Cahill.

Bolton sign Wheater from Boro

New Bolton signing David Wheater has been tipped by manager Owen Coyle to win back a place in the England squad.

Arsenal must be 'switched on' against Leeds says Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger has warned Arsenal must be "switched on" from the moment they step out in front of 40,000 fans at Elland Road tonight - or face being dumped out of the FA Cup.

Coyle to keep Cahill for rest of the season

Owen Coyle accepts Gary Cahill may outgrow Bolton but has no intention of selling the defender in this transfer window. The England centre-half has been linked with a £10m move to Arsenal but his manager says there has been no contact with the London club.

Pressure is on Arsenal in Carling Cup says Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger accepts Ipswich have "nothing to lose" in tonight's Carling Cup semi-final first leg at Portman Road as Arsenal look to learn the lessons of their warning against Leeds.

Arsene Wenger considers emergency Arsenal signing

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger fears he will have no option but to quickly buy a new centre-back should Sebastien Squillaci's hamstring problem prove a serious injury.

Stam strikes to frustrate Bolton dream of Europe

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