With the January transfer window now open and in full flow, transfer negotiations have started at clubs across the country. One player who seems certain to move on during this 31 day long window is Bolton Wanderers and England defender Gary Cahill.
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January is finally upon us and we all know what that means; the re-opening of the transfer window. 31 days of gossip fuelled news and players making the moves from club-to-club, either on loan or permanently. But, who does need to sign who before February 1st? Find out below.
The transfer window has begun, and as expected, the teams that find themselves at the unfashionable end of the league are fighting to keep hold of their prize assets.
The start of January is supposed to be a time for looking forward and making changes in your life. In reality, most people's resolutions fade away by January 7th, so it seems right to me that this year 7th January is FA Cup 3rd round day, because now all it reminds me is of a New Years resolution gone wrong.
These are the words of Owen Coyle, and for the second year running no less. With Bolton and Coyle’s tenure in the Premiership looking shaky, the wily Scotsmen is looking to dip into the ever so fruitful abundance of young talent in the shopping window for loan signing.
Saturday Morning News & Gossip Round @ Cahill to Chelsea done in Nov, Wenger moves for City star plus more
FootballFriendsonline.com believes a deal for Gary Cahill to Chelsea was done in November.
With what seems like the majority of the Blackburn fans, losing faith in their manager Steve Kean, you have to feel sorry for the Rovers boss, who you can’t help but feel, is just waiting for the inevitable to happen.
It was the chorus of boos that resonated around the Reebok, once after Stiliyan Petrov drove home for 2-0 five minutes
(Bale - 6, Lennon - 50, Defoe - 60)
Bolton Wanderers 0
(Cahill s/o 18)
Saturday Morning Round Up @ Drogba to Spurs, United starlet on the way out, plus AVB, McLeish, Magpies and more
Relegation candidates Bolton Wanderers travel to in-form Tottenham in a game that should see Spurs extend their unbeaten run to 11.
The idiom goes that “prevention is better than cure” but what the saying doesn’t consider is the unfortunate factors that characterise the clamour to spread the gospel of prevention. That’s one of the reasons “every cloud has a silver lining” was promoted from mere sentence to fully fledged clichéd idiom.
With Bolton Wanderers leaking goals each game they are in desperate need of some fresh ideas at the back. I’m convinced that Owen Coyle will strengthen and it might be at the back as well as the front.
It’s fair to say that 99% of football fans would trade their day job for the glitz and glamour of the world’s most popular sport. The money, the fame, the worldwide recognition from every quarter of the globe is exactly what fans dream of it the modern day. Picking up a weekly pay packet that most fans would struggle to pick up over a five-year period would be enough to sway any supporter to trade in their day job.