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Bolton boss ponders selection issues for Millwall clash

16:52 05 October 2012

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Bolton Wanderers' manager Owen Coyle. Photo credit: Mike Egerton/EMPICS

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Bolton boss Owen Coyle is weighing up which of his midfielders to use for the game with Millwall.

Chung-Yong Lee and Martin Petrov missed out as the Trotters selected Chris Eagles and Mark Davies against Crystal Palace but this could change tomorrow.

“We’ve built a squad where any one of the players could be a starter,” Coyle told The Bolton News.

“Chungy is more than ready to play at any given moment. He could step in on Saturday.

“We do have options but using Chris and Mark has worked very well, as you saw at Sheffield Wednesday.

“It also enables us to get that extra man in the middle to try and pass and move the ball.”

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