Bolton Complete Wylde Paperwork

  • April 26, 2012 | By Chris Mann
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FIFA have been sent all documents in relation to Gregg Wylde's move to Bolton, according to Wanderers boss Owen Coyle.

Wylde joined Bolton on a free transfer from Glasgow Rangers last month, after being made redundant by the Scottish giants, who entered administration in February.

The 21-year-old has been unable to play for the Trotters until they could prove the player had not received any severance package from Rangers.

Coyle has confirmed all the necessary paperwork has been received and sent to FIFA and he hopes to have the player available for selection before the end of the season.

"We've now sent the necessary paperwork, in conjunction with the administrators at Rangers, to show Gregg was not paid for three or four weeks before he left," Coyle said.

"We've clearly shown he was made redundant, that it was not a mutual decision, that Gregg is owed money, that he never left with any money.

"Hopefully now, with the necessary paperwork having been lodged, FIFA can give us clearance to have Gregg involved in the last few games.

"All we can do now is await their decision. As soon as I know, you will, because it will allow Gregg to be involved in the squad."

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