Originally posted on Fox Soccer  |  Last updated 6/17/13
Owen Coyle has confirmed he is not planning a move to bring former Bolton Wanderers striker Kevin Davies to Wigan Athletic. Davies is available on a free transfer after being released by Bolton and he played under Coyle during his time at the Reebok Stadium. However, at his official unveiling as the new Wigan manager, Coyle ruled out the prospect of a reunion with the 36-year-old this summer. "Kevin was my skipper and an outstanding player," said Coyle. "It would be remiss of me to mention individual players but he is a good lad. "I think there is a bit of interest in Kevin but it is probably not what we are looking to bring into the football club although he is an outstanding man." Davies has been linked with a move to fellow Championship side Sheffield Wednesday and the one-cap England international is open to the prospect of a deal at Hillsborough. He said in The Star: "When I was younger, I supported Sheffield United but my father supported Wednesday, so we were pretty spl...
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