clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Bolton just posted a Table Tennis Coach job because Bolton

New, comment

It is really good to know that Bolton Wanderers will take care of one of their should they fall on hard times. Bolton have just listed one for a Table Tennis Casual Coach to work with the Bolton Wanderers Community Trust, a charity supported by and affiliated with the club

Mike Hewitt

It is really good to know that Bolton Wanderers will take care of one of their should they fall on hard times. Despite the way that the Trotters and Owen Coyle parted company a year ago this wednesday, it seems that the Trotters have left a spot open should the Wigan Athletic boss need a change of position. The Latics are currently 12th, six points clear of Bolton (who sit in 20th), but in this division, anything can change in an instant.

Bolton Wanderers, who have publicly posted numerous job openings in recent months, have just listed one for a Table Tennis Casual Coach to work with the Bolton Wanderers Community Trust, a charity supported by and affiliated with the club. The position is for a good cause and will see the coach take part in "sporting and educational activities which benefit 80,000 children per year, working with 150 schools and providing in excess of 5000 hours of community work annually."

Owen Coyle of course has plenty of experience both with Bolton Wanderers and competitive table tennis. We can only hope that he's been practicing in his spare time at Wigan Athletic. Maybe he had Dave Whelan invest in the Pingtime tech.