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 By PA Sport

Shola Ameobi joins League One Fleetwood Town until end of season

Former Newcastle striker Shola Ameobi has joined League One Fleetwood on a deal until the end of the season.

The 34-year-old has been without a club since his contract with Bolton came to an end last month.

Fleetwood boss Steven Pressley told the club's official website: "In January we signed a number of younger players and it was vital to the group that we brought in a player with experience.

 By PA Sport

Bolton chairman Phil Gartside dies after battle with cancer

Phil Gartside
Bolton Wanderers chairman Phil Gartside has died of cancer at the age of 63.

Long-serving Bolton chairman Phil Gartside has died of cancer at the age of 63.

On the Wanderers board since 1988, he served as club chairman from 1999 until stepping away from his duties in November due to illness.

Bolton said in a statement on their website: "Bolton Wanderers Football Club is deeply saddened to announce that long-standing club chairman Phil Gartside has died aged 63.

"Phil has passed away after a short and brave battle with cancer.''

Bolton vice-chairman Brett Warburton said:...

United States midfielder Stuart Holden retires from football

Holden Donovan US National Team
Stuart Holden, left, announced he is retiring from professional soccer on Wednesday.

CARSON, Calif. -- Stuart Holden, the former Bolton Wanderers, Houston Dynamo and U.S. national team midfielder, officially announced his retirement on Wednesday.

Holden, 30, was ravaged by injury during his 10-year career, especially during the past six years. Holden suffered a broken leg in a friendly against the Netherlands in early 2010, shortly after leaving Houston and signing with Bolton, but recovered in time to play in that summer's World Cup.