Capello considers Trotters trio

19 March 2009 03:20
Bolton Wanderers manager Gary Megson has discussed with England boss Fabio Capello the international credentials of three of his players.[LNB] Defender Gary Cahill, striker Kevin Davies and midfielder Matt Taylor have all impressed for the Trotters this campaign.[LNB]Davies, who is currently the top English scorer in the Premier League, and Cahill were considered for February's friendly with Spain but both were ultimately overlooked for the final 23-man squad.[LNB]Capello, though, is currently weighing up his options for the forthcoming friendly with Slovakia and World Cup qualifier against Ukraine.[LNB]Megson told the Manchester Evening News: "I spoke to Fabio and (general manager) Franco Baldini down at Fulham last week. I told them what the lads are like as people.[LNB]"It's great for the football club and the lads involved, but our priority is getting our own house in order for the Premier League.[LNB]"We all want our country to do well, but the be all and end all is wanting those players to do well for Bolton."[LNB]

Source: SKY_Sports