Coyle names 24 in squad
olton manager Owen Coyle has named a 24-man squad for the Premier League campaign. Top flight clubs had until 5pm on Wednesday to get make their selections for the first half of the 2010/11 campaign. They could name up to 25 players, of which at least eight had to satisfy 'home-grown' criteria. Alongside the senior professionals called upon, bosses are also able to use as many players under the age of 21 from within their ranks as they please. Bolton have a number of players who fall into that category, but will be hoping their experienced stars can do the business. Among those named by Coyle are club captain Kevin Davies and midfield duo Mark Davies and Sean Davis. Summer signings Robbie Blake, Martin Petrov and Ivan Klasnic make the cut, as does USA international Stuart Holden. Back-up keeper Ali Al Habsi is selected despite currently taking in a loan spell at Wigan. Bolton squad: Robbie Blake, Adam Bogdan, Gary Cahill, Tamir Cohen, Kevin Davies, Mark Davies, Sean Davis, Johan Elmander, Ricardo Gardner, Stuart Holden, Jussi Jaaskelainen, Ivan Klasnic, Zat Knight, Chung-Yong Lee, Fabrice Muamba, Andy O'Brien, Joey O'Brien, Martin Petrov, Sam Ricketts, Paul Robinson, Jlloyd Samuel, Gretar Steinsson, Matt Taylor, Ali Al-Habsi (on loan to Wigan). (Bolton can also use: Marcos Alonso, Rodrigo, Danny Ward, Tom Eaves, Tope Obadeyi and Robert Lainton).
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