Boss backs strikers
Owen Coyle is convinced there is enough firepower at Bolton to get them out of relegation trouble over the next six games.
The Lancashire club's mini revival came to a grinding holt over Easter as they lost to Fulham and Newcastle conceding five goals without reply in the process to leave them in trouble. Wanderers missed a host of chances against Newcastle and could have gone 2-0 up themselves before conceding but Chris Eagles and Mark Davies both missed good chances. The Trotters strike force has hardly been prolific this season and is one of the reasons they find themselves in trouble yet Coyle thinks David Ngog, Ivan Klasnic, Kevin Davies and Marvin Sordell, who has yet to start a game, can fire his side to safety. "We have got people who can score goals," he told the BEN. "You can have facts and stats about strikers not scoring but they don't show that the team is creating chances, great ones. "Take the first half hour out of the equation against Fulham and I think we have been terrific for large parts of the last two games, even though I accept they are games we have lost. "I accept when they come you have to be clinical, be ruthless, because the Premier League can be unforgiving. But I have no doubt that in the next six games we will get the goals to help us get the points that we need."