Gary Megson

Gary Megson

Gary Megson

  • Date of Birth: 2 May 1959
  • Birthplace: Manchester, Manchester, England

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      Pulis extends West Brom contract

      West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis has signed a one year contract extension at the club that will keep him at The Hawthorns until 2019. 

      Roberto Di Matteo odds on for the Villa job

      A new odds-on favourite for the Aston Villa hot seat has emerged in the last 24 hours in the form of former West Bromwich Albion and MK Dons manager Roberto Di Matteo.

      Bolton boss chasing new striker

      Bolton boss Gary Megson is on the look out for a new striker. The boss confirmed he was hunting a new striker before the start of the 2009/2010 campaign, and is reportedly scouting France to find a player.

      Bolton out of Miguel Veloso hunt

      Bolton have been forced to withdraw from the race to sign Sporting Lisbon midfielder Miguel Veloso, as Gary Megson confirmed that there is not enough resources to match the Portuguese sides valuaton.

      Who would sign Joey Barton ?

      "Joey, Joey, Joey, why are you such an angry young man?" is what the football fans ask bad boy Joey Barton. With such a worse disciplinary record, it seems that no one wants to sign poor Joey. Or is there someone ?

      Pogrebnyak to Bolton?

      Pavel Pogrebnyak could well be a target for Bolton in the January transfer window. It is understood that the Zenit St. Petersburg forward could be allowed to leave the club for a fee in the region of 5 million GBP.

      Megson looks for new blood

      Bolton boss Gary Megson has admitted that he is on the look out for new players in the January transfer window if at all possible.

      Megson: Liverpool can win title

      Ahead of their Premiership clash on Saturday, Bolton boss Gary Megson has revealed that he feels Liverpool can win the Premiership title after a long wait.

      Bolton eye new players

      Bolton boss Gary Megson has admitted he will look to purchase a few new players in the transfer window in January in order to help bolster their squad and improve the club's chance of being guided to Premiership safety.

      Megson won't get the chop

      Bolton chairman Phil Gartside has no intentions of letting Gary Megson leave the club. Megson has endured a difficult relationship with the Bolton fans, despite rescuing the club from the drop last year, and Bolton replied in the best manner with a 2-0 victory over Man City.

      Bolton 0-1 Everton

      Everton sank Bolton at the Reebok Stadium, as the 1-0 result left Gary Megson musing over just how bleak the future could be, Marouane Fellaini grabbed the goal that saw off the Trotters.

      Bolton sign Elmander

      Bolton Wanderers have finally sealed the transfer of Swedish striker Johan Elmander from Toulose.

      Campo gutted by Bolton exit

      Spanish midfielder Ivan Campo has admitted he is gutted to have left Bolton Wanderers after long service to the Trotters. Campo is set to return to his homeland and Valladolid have been linked with the former Real Madrid midfielder.

      Megson to reinforce squad

      Bolton Wanderers are still in the Premier League and are set to strengthen their squad. Gary Megson has short-listed some of the players to be signed and is set to make the approach in the coming weeks.

      Bolton back in for Elmander

      Bolton are preparing their search for a long-term successor for El-Hadj Diouf and reports suggest that Gary Megson is set to make another move for Johan Elmander.

      Megson: UEFA exit saved us

      Gary Megson believes that Bolton's UEFA Cup exit to Sporting Lisbon rescued the club from the drop. Bolton survived thanks to some late form from the Trotters and Megson revealed that Reading counterpart Steve Coppell did not want European football for Reading the season before as he was worried it would split their priorities.

      Megson: Diouf won't be cheap

      Bolton boss Gary Megson has confirmed that El-Hadji Diouf will not be allowed to leave Bolton on the cheap. Diouf has revealed that he is keen on leaving the Trotters in the summer and several clubs are looking to snap up the forward in La Liga.

      Preview: Chelsea vs Bolton

      Although Chelsea know Man Utd need to slip up in order for the Blues to stand any chance of a Premiership title; they have come on strong in the final half of the season and fully deserve the opportunity to take the title on the final day as they host Bolton at Stamford Bridge.

      Bolton for Stephen Ireland

      Bolton Wanderers are chasing midfielder Stephen Ireland. Sven-Goran Eriksson is an admirer of Ireland but the Swedish coach could be heading for the exit door too this summer, and this could persuade Ireland to make a move elsewhere.

      Ferguson's Bolton concern

      Sir Alex Ferguson is reportedly a little worried after Bolton already began celebrating their Premiership survival, and the Man Utd coach is concerned that the Trotters will not take their visit to Stamford Bridge as seriously.