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

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

Owen Coyle 'calm' over William Gallas tackle

Bolton boss Owen Coyle admits likening William Gallas' tackle on Mark Davies to an "assault" was "a bit strong" and accepts the Arsenal defender showed no malice in the challenge.

Allardyce determined to turn tide

Blackburn manager keen to upset odds against Villa and reach Carling Cup final

Coyle retains interest in Wilshere

Bolton boss Owen Coyle admits he is still a big admirer of Arsenal youngster Jack Wilshere.

Gartside wants Bolton and Burnley to move on

Bolton chairman Phil Gartside believes there will be no lasting fall-out with Burnley over his pursuit of Owen Coyle.

Coyle says he did not betray Clarets with Bolton move

The new Bolton manager Owen Coyle has spoken of the frustration he felt at Burnley, a club in need of £30m to compete with the rest of the Premier League, and dismissed the suggestion that he has betrayed the club in his move across Lancashire.

Coyle given Bolton transfer fund

Bolton chairman Phil Gartside has promised Owen Coyle funds in the transfer window if he wants to bolster his squad.

Coyle waits for Bolton to seal deal

Burnley place manager on leave as clubs negotiate level of compensation

Bolton hope to complete move for Coyle today

Wanderers want new manager confirmed in time for Arsenal match after Scot meets with Burnley to discuss his departure terms

Coyle holds talks with Bolton

Owen Coyle will meet with Burnley's chairman Barry Kilby to discuss his future after it emerged he has held talks with Bolton over the club's vacant manager's position.

Swaibu mishap gives Bolton welcome boost

Bolton Wanderers 4 Lincoln 0

Evans 'won't apply' for Bolton job

Bolton caretaker manager Chris Evans has ruled out applying for the manager's job on a permanent basis.

Megson sacked by Bolton

Gary Megson has finally been booted out of Bolton - the only surprise being he lasted as long as he did.

Megson dismayed with critical Bolton fans

Bolton manager Gary Megson knows he is fighting a battle he cannot win with critical fans, but is determined not to be cowed by dissenting voices.

Busy time is heaven for Hull

After making United fight, Brown's squad take on fellow strugglers Bolton

Hughes targets wounded Liverpool

Manchester City boss Mark Hughes has targeted crisis-club Liverpool.

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