Holden worry for Bolton
Bolton Wanderers could again be without midfielder Stuart Holden for Saturday's game at Man City.
Last Updated: 02/12/10 12:04pm
Bolton Wanderers could again be without midfielder Stuart Holden for Saturday's Premier League game at Manchester City.
Holden missed last week's 2-2 draw with Blackpool due to a thigh strain and has yet to fully recover from the problem.
He is still to return to training and Trotters boss Owen Coyle admits the USA international is a major concern for Saturday's trip to the City of Manchester Stadium.
Coyle said: "Stuart Holden missed out last week - he has been very influential for us.
"He hasn't trained up to this point so we will give him the next couple of days to see where he is at and take it from there."
Holden had started every game in the Premier League this season prior to the Blackpool draw and has been a key figure in Bolton sitting in sixth in the table.
He was replaced in the team against Blackpool by Mark Davies, who staked his claim for a regular starting role by scoring a late equaliser.