Marcos training well
Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle has praised Marcos’ efforts in training as he edges closer to a first team return after breaking his foot back in August in a Carling Cup game against Macclesfield. Speaking in the Bolton News, Owen Coyle commented:
‘He has come back from his injury and got two or three reserve games under his belt…’ Wanderers boss Owen Coyle confirmed.
‘His training has improved no end. He’s been in our squad every week but now he’s getting closer to his maximum in terms of fitness. He got a freak injury in the cup tie against Macclesfield, there was no-one near him. But I’ve been happy with how things have gone with him, and Marcos is very much in our thoughts.’
When not at training this week Marcos joined other members of the Bolton Wanderers squad bringing some Christmas cheer visiting the Bolton Hospice and attending the Junior White Christmas Party.
‘It is the least we can do to try and put a smile on peoples’ faces in the lead up to Christmas period. Bolton is very much a family club and it is important for us to be spending time giving something back to the local community.’ Said Marcos.
Wanderers travel down to Fulham this weekend were they will be hoping for a repeat of their FA Cup heroics of last season.