England’s Steve Reid is now one of the favourites in the tug for Bolton’s head coach seat.
Former Burnley cum Westbrom player, Steve John Reid, joins the selection list for the replacement of Keith Hill whose contract expires at the end of the month.
Reid, 39, is a backroom staff in the Scotland national team. He made 7 appearances for Burney without scoring a goal in the later part of his career.
The multi-utilized player throughout his senior career scored 27 goals in total. John Reid got his coaching licence in 2018 and is eager for a chance as a manager, having been on the coaching staff at Crystal Palace, West Brom and Reading.
Bolton has overtime had fatal ordeals in form of dropping dead having been in the relegations list after beginning last season with a 12-point deduction for entering administration.
Reid also put in for the coaching role in the late quarters of last year, loosing Southend’s lead role to Sol Campbell.
The England national, who scored 2 goals inspite of playing for the U-16 English team in 1997/1998, is with high hopes as he eyes the Bolton’s head coach sit.
“Viewing this as my first supposed lead coaching role and looking keenly into the state of the Bolton team, I will do everything possible to change the trend”, Steven Reid told the media with defiance.
David Lee, Gary Bowyer, Ian Evatt and Kevin Nolan are other contenders in the tug for Bolton’s head coach seat.
Bolton Wanderers, established in 1874, are in the 23rd position on the league one table setting them 53 points below first place Coventry city.