It's always good to see Stuart Holden and Fabrice Muamba, especially when the conditions are favorable. The pair will join Sky's Ben Shephard and Chris Kamara on this week's edition of Goals on Sunday. Fabrice is expected to discuss his ongoing recovery from heart troubles and what the future holds for him (and new wife, Shauna). Stuart will talk about his injury rehabilitation and what it's like to be back in Bolton after a long rehab stint in Delaware.
Both will likely also answer questions about Bolton's rough time in the Championship so far and new what new manager Dougie Freedman means to the club.
In a bit of a preview, Stu answered some questions about and shared his thoughts on Dougie (pronounced Dug-ie, not Doogie like we had hoped) in the Bolton News:
"It was so hard being here at times and not being able to be a part of it and help out.
"You are a player at the football club but not able to be doing what you were brought in to do.
"The team has been through a tough period.
"From what I have seen this season, we have been unlucky not to get points where we should have and have had some mixed results.
"But we have a new manager in now and he is looking to bring some new life to the club.
"We have a great group of guys and a talented squad and I really think we have the capabilities to get promoted this season.
"He seems a confident guy and from what I have seen and heard about him, he has a great track record so we are lucky to have him here at Bolton Wanderers."