By John EGBOKHAN
Bolton manager, Owen Colye has every reason to worry over the chart-bursting form of Nigerian winger, Osaze Odemwingie, who has scored four goals in five league matches for newly promoted West Brom.
Since Osaze joined the modest club during the last transfer market, life in the Premier League, has been enjoyable for coach Roberto Di Matteo and his charges, who last weekend, claimed a huge 3-2 away win over Arsenal at the Emirates. Osaze scored the first goal, and played a key role in the second, as his team raced to a 3-0 lead. Although Arsenal scored two late goals, they still fell short of the standard, which was set by Osaze.
Such has been the impact of Osaze that clubs are now wary of his play and plotting ways to cage him. Coach Coyle, whose Bolton side face West Brom at the Hawthorns tomorrow, plans to use two markers to neutralise Osaze’s runs.
“Peter is a key player in the team. We just have to mark him out, even if we need to use two players. We are going for a good result”
But Osaze, has responded to Coyle’s antics, by stating that his knack for scoring goals would continue tomorrow.
“I have scored four goals now but they have all come in wins and that’s the most important thing. I’ve played five games and got four goals so that is good. I hope