Bolton boss prepares to clear-out unused players
Published 22:26 05/02/12 By Alan Nixon
Bolton boss Owen Coyle is keen to launch a mini clear-out to get some rusty Reebok stars back in action.
Midfielder Sean Davis will go on loan after a long injury absence – although he may yet have a Wanderers future.
Robbie Blake is also available and the veteran striker’s contract is up. His exit may be permanent.
And left-back Paul Robinson could also leave, with his deal expiring and Coyle happy to give him games elsewhere now Marcos Alonso is recovering from a broken foot.
Young striker Michael O’Halloran could also find a loan home when the window opens again in the Football League on Wednesday.
Sammy Lee is poised to return to Bolton as their new youth team boss – four years after being axed as manager.
Lee has been looking to get back into football since being surprisingly axed as Liverpool’s first-team coach by Kenny Dalglish last summer – and Coyle has been sorting out terms with him for weeks.