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|Bolton||2 - 2||Blackpool|
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|Wolverhampton Wanderers||Bolton Wanderers||26 Jan 2009||Undisclosed|
|Wolverhampton Wanderers||Leicester City||9 Jan 2009||Loan : Expired|
|Wolverhampton Wanderers||Leicester City||28 Nov 2008||Loan : Expired|
|npower Championship||Bolton Wanderers||23 (1)||6||5||0|
|Capital One Cup||Bolton Wanderers||1 (0)||0||0||0|
Bolton midfielder Mark Davies has been ruled out of action for up to 10 months after damaging the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.
Bolton boss Owen Coyle expects midfielder Mark Davies to stay at the Reebok Stadium.
Sky Sports sources understand that Bolton have turned down a £5million offer for Mark Davies from Swansea.
Sky Sports understands that Swansea City have made an approach for Bolton Wanderers midfielder Mark Davies.
Owen Coyle says there have been no approaches for Mark Davies and has warned potential suitors that he will fight to keep all his star players.
Mark Davies says Bolton have already moved on from their defeat by fellow strugglers Wigan, with bigger tests to come over the next few weeks.