According to the BBC, former Bolton Wanderers captain Kevin Nolan is interested in becoming the next manager of Bolton Wanderers.
An article on BBC sport states:
”Kevin Nolan is understood to be interested in the managerial role at crisis club Bolton Wanderers.
Bolton are without a coaching team after manager Phil Parkinson and assistant Steve Parkin quit this week.
Nolan, 37, spent more than a decade at Bolton as a midfielder, playing 345 games, and has managed Leyton Orient and Notts County in recent years.
A source close to Nolan said he is keen to restore stability at the club under prospective new owners.”
Nolan joins David Lee & Keith Hill in publicly declaring their interest in the role.
Who would be your choice?