Bolton Wanderers appointed Dougie Freedman as manager, in succession to Owen Coyle who was sacked Oct. 9.
Bolton Wanderers fired coach Owen Coyle following relegation from the Premier League and a poor start in the second-tier Championship this season.
Bolton Wanderers sacked manager Owen Coyle, the English soccer club said on its website.
The following is a roundup of soccer stories from U.K. newspapers, with clickable Internet links.
Premier League soccer team Bolton Wanderers’ annual loss more than doubled to 35.4 million pounds ($56.8 million) on increased investment in its playing squad and restructuring costs.
Bolton Wanderers midfielder Fabrice Muamba retired from soccer after his near-death experience in a match last season, the English team said.
People whose hearts stop functioning during or shortly after exercising are three times more likely to survive than those who have cardiac arrest unrelated to working out, researchers said.
The following are the day's top general news stories:
England’s Premier League may force clubs to limit spending with rules similar to those planned by European soccer’s governing body to avoid threats to teams’ financial stability, Bolton Wanderers Chairman Phil Gartside said.
Bolton Wanderers midfielder Fabrice Muamba is “critically ill” in a London hospital after collapsing during today’s F.A. Cup soccer at Tottenham, the Premier League club said in a statement.