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Bolton Wanderers midfielder Stuart Holden desperate to face Birmingham City

by Pat McGatt. Published Fri 07 May 2010 14:00, last updated: 07/05/10
Bolton Wanderers midfielder Stuart Holden desperate to face Birmingham City
Bolton Wanderers midfielder Stuart Holden desperate to face Birmingham City

Bolton Wanderers midfielder Stuart Holden is chomping at the bit to start against Birmingham City.

Holden has recovered from a broken leg and is hoping he can be involved in Wanderers last game of the season at the Reebok Stadium.

The United States international suffered the setback in March following a challenge from Manchester City's Nigel de Jong during a friendly with Holland.

Holden said: "I have spoken to the manager (Owen Coyle) and obviously he wants me to be 100% before I am involved at the weekend.

"I feel good and have not had any setbacks. I just want to get back involved and hopefully in the mix."



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"Great to hear Stuart Holden is ready to play. We need him on the USA World Cup team." Lloyd Elling, USA around 3 years, 11 months ago

"Well as a US Nats fan, we truly want to see him playing again,his service from the flank is always good.Hope Karma comes around for de Jong!" Robert Kiernan, Alfred, NY, USA around 3 years, 11 months ago

"Get him in there if we need a spark. He adds a nice dimension if we need a goal." Marky, Birmingham around 3 years, 11 months ago

 
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