Muamba Takes Charge at Bolton Wanderers
Dougie Freedman has today been sacked as Bolton Wanderers Manager By chairman Phil Gartside Who felt that Freedman's performance in the league has been below par for a club with as good a history as Bolton.
Gartside announced that they had found a new manager immediately in former player Fabrice
Muamba who put pen to paper on a contract of 9 and half thousand pounds a week that last until the 30th of June next year.
Muamba was Born in Kinshasa in the DRC then known as Zaire, He then moved to England at the age of 11 He began his career with arsenal before moving to Birmingham City and then subsequently Bolton where h became a fan favourite during his years with the club before suffering from a cardiac arrest in an FA cup match against Spurs in March 2012.
He retired soon after and studied for a degree in journalism but quit due to his job offer from Bolton.
Gartside said this in a recent press conference" Despite Fabrice's young age I am sure he will lead us to much success due to his first hand knowledge of the club and his great understanding of Football.