Lee rules out Michalik sale
By Andrew Scurr
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Sammy Lee has dismissed reports linking Leeds with a bid to sign Lubomir Michalik.Sammy Lee has dismissed reports linking Leeds with a bid to sign Lubomir Michalik.
The Bolton defender had a spell on loan at Elland Road last season before returning to The Trotters towards the end of the campaign.
Dennis Wise was rumoured to be considering trying to take the Slovakian stopper back to Leeds but Lee says he is going nowhere.
"The reason Lubomir went out on loan was to gain experience of football in this country," he told the Bolton News.
"He is part of my plans for the coming season."
Meanwhile, Bolton have been successful in their appeal to have Nicky Hunt's red card at the Peace Cup overturned.
Hunt was shown a straight red card following an altercation with Brazilian striker Itamar in the 1-1 draw with Seongnam.
The right-back is now available for the remainder of Bolton's Peace Cup campaign.
"We got the call from the organising committee to say Nicky's red card had been nullified," Lee told the club's official website.
"We all felt after the game that he was going to miss at least one match. It means he can play the rest of the tournament, which is important at this stage of pre-season."
Bolton have had to pay a £500 fine, which will be donated to youth football projects in Korea.