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Emile Heskey returns to England with Bolton Wanderers

Emile Heskey has joined Bolton Wanderers on a short-term deal, the Championship side have confirmed.

Heskey, 36, has been without a club after leaving Australian A-League side Newcastle Jets. The former England striker has been training with Neil Lennon's men and played for their under-21 side this week.

Heskey has done enough to impress Lennon, who he played with at Leicester, and earned a short-term deal, following in the footsteps of fellow veteran striker Eidur Gudjohnsen who signed a similar...

Davies worry for Bolton

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Craig Davies faces a late fitness test before Bolton host Blackburn.

The striker has missed Wanderers' last two games with a hamstring injury, which continues to trouble him.

Neil Lennon's attacking options are limited, with loanee Joe Mason (hamstring) and Max Clayton (knee) both long-term absentees, so 36-year-old Eidur Gudjohnsen may start a second game in attack.

Midfielder Mark Davies (knee) and defender Marc Tierney (ankle) remain missing for a side unbeaten in seven.

Blackburn's on-loan defender...

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Darren Pratley clinches three points for Bolton at Millwall

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Darren Pratley scored on 68 minutes for Bolton.

Darren Pratley fired Bolton to a rare away win as Neil Lennon's side won 1-0 at Millwall in the Championship.

The midfielder outshone returning Wanderers hero Eidur Gudjohnsen as the visitors, revitalised since Lennon took over, collected only their second victory on the road this season, making it seven matches unbeaten and climbing to 14th.

Gudjohnsen was handed his first start since rejoining the club he left 14 years ago for Chelsea, but the 36-year-old striker had departed the field by the...

Ipswich miss out on going top

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Ipswich missed the chance to replace Middlesbrough as Skybet Championship leaders as Eidur Gudjohnsen made his long anticipated comeback for improving Bolton.

Victory over the Trotters would have sent Mick McCarthy's side to the summit after Derby's 2-0 defeat against 'Boro earlier in the day.

The Tractor Boys created all the best chances as they extended their unbeaten run to eight games.

However, keeper Andy Lonergan kept them at bay, twice denying Jay Tabb as well as Daryl Murphy and David McGoldrick.

Gudjohnsen,...

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Owen Coyle took Houston Dynamo job over 'six, seven' other offers

48 year-old Scot Owen Coyle, formerly the manager at Burnley, Bolton Wanderers and Wigan Athletic was unveiled as the new head coach of the Houston Dynamo.

Former Burnley and Bolton manager Owen Coyle bristled at inferences that the stateside league was career suicide and said that he turned down "six, seven jobs" before settling on the head coaching job at Major League Soccer's Houston Dynamo, according to a report.

"That's not a concern of mine because when all's said and done I couldn't care less what that visibility is or isn't," the 48-year-old, whose hiring was announced earlier this week, told The Guardian.

"Because the bottom line is I'm here...