Bolton Wanderers Paper View

10 May 2010 07:55
How some of the broadsheets are reporting on Blues' Premier League away defeat against Bolton Wanderers. The Independent Klasnic strike enough to sink Birmingham Birmingham, despite losing to goals from Kevin Davies and Ivan Klasnic, celebrated their best league finish since 1959; for Bolton, the summer holds the prospect of looking forward to a tenth consecutive season of Premier League football. By such standards are campaigns viewed a success for many outside the division's elite. Read Full Report The Guardian Bolton and Owen Coyle end disappointing season on a high note There will always be a part of Owen Coyle that will wince whenever he recalls this season. No football man, however rhino-like his hide, could have taken the abuse Cole did for his decision to abandon Burnley for Bolton and not be affected. Read Full Report The Telegraph Bolton Wanderers 2 Birmingham City 1 Bolton Wanderers, despite conceding a hugely debatable penalty, eventually secured 14th position, their captain Kevin Davies delivering his ninth goal of the season to put his team on course to complete a double over Birmingham City whose impressive first season back in the Premier league concluded with their highest league placing for 51 years. Read Full Report The Times Alex McLeish loses battle, but is winning war Alex McLeish allowed himself to bask in the warmth of a job well done at the Reebok Stadium last night, although one was left with the distinct impression that the Birmingham City manager will not be resting on his laurels for long. Read Full Report