Coyle: Time to Respect Nolan

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Coyle: Time to Respect Nolan


Byline: ALAN NIXON

OWEN COYLE wants Bolton fans to show Kevin Nolan respect when the midfielder makes his first return to the Reebok with Newcastle.

Nolan started as a trainee at Wanderers and spent almost a decade there before following Sam Allardyce to St James' Park.

Some supporters gave the 28-year-old stick before he left, but Coyle is hoping the Magpies skipper receives a decent reception now.

Nolan missed the last meeting of the c l u b s t h r o u g h suspension and Coyle said: "Any former player coming here who has worn that shirt with pride is due a tremendous reception, and I hope our fans give him that.

"Kevin was Bolton's captain and that tells you the esteem he was held in here. He will be motivated. It is the beauty of It is the beauty of football, it throws up these occasions."

Coyle's club can go closer still to a top-four fantasy position if they beat Newcastle but he is taking nothing for granted.

The Bolton boss said: "You have to give balance to the table. Newcastle would have been above us if they had won last weekend. We all recognise the margins are small.

"There is little between fifth and 15th, it is such a tight league. The only table I'll look at is at the end of the season."

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