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Blackpool winger Tom Ince is due to have talks with Swansea City about a possible loan move

Sale's grand plan for northern sales push hit by unfair local competition

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Tottenham must forget Real Madrid defeat says Heurelho Gomes

Goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes insists Tottenham cannot go into their Barclays Premier League encounter against Stoke tomorrow still smarting about their heavy defeat to Real Madrid in midweek.

Adam Bogdan signs new Bolton contract

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Daniel Sturridge has no doubt that fellow Chelsea youngster Josh McEachran will be an England star of the future – if he is allowed to develop at his own pace.

Bolton relaxed over Johan Elmander future

Bolton manager Owen Coyle has every faith Johan Elmander will not leave him in the dark regarding his future.

Ten-man Newcastle hold out for draw

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Owen Coyle expects 'glittering career' for Daniel Sturridge

Bolton boss Owen Coyle believes Daniel Sturridge has "a glittering career" ahead of him if he retains the hunger and desire he has so far shown with Wanderers.

Elmander situation not a problem, insists Coyle

Bolton manager Owen Coyle insists trying to accommodate three strikers into his starting line-up is not proving a thorny issue.

Bolton delighted with striker quandary

Bolton boss Owen Coyle insists trying to accommodate three strikers into his starting line-up is not proving a thorny issue.

Wheater gets his chance in Knight's absence

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.

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.

Sturridge's late strike leaves Wolves sinking

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