Bolton boss Coyle insists no row with Man Utd rival Ferguson

Bolton Wanderers boss Owen Coyle doesn't believe there is any fallout from their clash with Manchester United last week.

Bolton Wanderers boss Owen Coyle doesn't believe there is any fallout from their clash with Manchester United last week.

Coyle was rapped by United manager Sir Alex Ferguson in midweek for blasting Nemanja Vidic's challenge on Bolton striker Johan Elmander.

Asked if he had spoken to Ferguson since, Coyle told the Independent: "To be honest, I don't know why I would hear from him. We sat and spoke after the game, as we always do, and that was it. What happened, happened and you move on. Whatever anybody wants to say is up to them.

"The game was last week and for me it's finished with. I've moved on. You get nothing out of looking back at what happened last week. It won't affect anything now. Saturday night was closure on it."

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