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Video: Owen Coyle Admits He Wants SWP

Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle has reiterated his desire to bring Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips to the Reebok Stadium.

Sweep had a fantastic pre-season however, it appears his days at City are numbered.






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Date:Saturday August 13 2011

Time: 9:13AM

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For SWP to leave ahead of the likes of Crocky Santa Cruz would be criminal imho.
Johnny Baguette
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13/08/2011 12:38:00

Coyle might want Shaun, but does Shaun want to leave the Etihad for a team that can hope for mid-table and a decent cup-run at best? No offence to notlob, you've a good manager who is at last ridding you of the neaderthal-long-ball tag that you've carried for years, but if a player has the chance to play a small part in potentially winning things, or moving to a club without the same opportunities, what do you think he should do? Personally woulde be made up if Shaun stays and plays a part, however small, in City challenging for trophies this season. Will wish him all the best whatever happens, and won't look forward to the almost certain hat-trick he'll get against us if he does turn up with another team LOL!
fifthcolumnblue
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13/08/2011 13:45:00

This would be a good move for SWP, as he is third choice RW. Can he take a pay cut, probably not, so looking like a loan deal coming up.
johnkelv
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13/08/2011 21:34:00

 

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