Bolton boss backs Cahill to shine

11 August 2010 06:17
olton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle believes the club's highly-rated central defender Gary Cahill can become a regular in England squads.[LNB] Cahill is yet to win a senior England cap but is set to make his first appearance for the Three Lions in their friendly against Hungary at Wembley on Wednesday night.[LNB]The defender could get his chance off the bench with Fabio Capello sure to make substantial changes with the Premier League season set to kick off on Saturday.[LNB]And Coyle believes Cahill can go from strength to strength with England.[LNB]He told the Bolton News: "I certainly hope he gets some time on the pitch, because as I have said from day one, I believe once Gary Cahill makes an appearance for England, he will go on to be named in every single squad. That's the high esteem I hold him in. [LNB]"There are a lot of changes but I firmly believe that he would merit a place in the squad even if everyone were available.[LNB]"Gary gives everything, whether it's for his country or for his football club. I expect to see him do that again tonight."[LNB]Coyle is also delighted to see Cahill represent Bolton in the England squad.[LNB]He added: "As much as we might deride the midweek internationals, to have a player at that level playing for their country is a massive thing for Bolton Wanderers.[LNB]"It's an honour for Gary and for the football club, so of course, as a manager I'm very proud."

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