It's no secret that Bolton are a disgrace to football. Kicking teams out of games, breaking legs with an angrily snarl, having the audacity to beat top four teams and generally sticking around and failing to be relegated.
Historically, we give the top four a good game, get in their faces, and often cause an upset. More recently that record was tainted, a soft underbelly inherent during the Megson era.
However, the result of beating a top four team usually results in a right good moan from everyone concerned at that club.
With giant-killer Coyle, could that great moan begin once again?
I have evidence to suggest it might.
Let me pose a question.
Is it possible to moan about something, then moan about somebody moaning about the same thing you just moaned about all in the same moany sentence?
Confused? Let me elaborate.
Van Persie, star of the World Cup cloggers, Holland, is angry at the claims they kick teams out of the game.
"I know how difficult it can be to play wonderful football and not get the result you want. I see it at Arsenal more than I want to.
"When we play the likes of Bolton and Blackburn we dominate the game, we play attacking football and they score from a lousy throw-in or an odd corner kick.
"The criticism Holland got in the World Cup I recognise from what we get at Arsenal. It was a final. You don't give up without a fight, do you?"
It takes a special kind of moaner to be able to moan about big bullies playing mean football against you, and moan about people moaning at your team for playing dirty bully boy tactics, all within the same sentence.
Deserves some sort of recognition for hypocritial moaning. Surely this would be the right time to set up the annual Arsene Wenger moan-athon marathon.
Although 'RVP' gives quite a damning account about the state of the Arsenal defence if he is saying they struggle to defend set-plays so much.
In other moan worthy news, Andre Breton-esque land baron, Gary Neville blames Gerard Pique being a failure in England all down to our own Kevin Davies.
"We went to Bolton Wanderers away, with Kevin Davies banging into him every couple of minutes, and he thought, “What the hell is going on here?” He went back to Barcelona and has now blossomed into one of the world’s top centre halves."
Don't get me wrong. I think it is a wonderful that Neville attributes a top defenders failure all down to Kevin Davies, he should wear that as a badge of honour, but lets get real. We all remember the 1-0 win at the Reebok and it was a certain Nicholas Anelka who tore Pique inside out. Simply a case of an attacker being far far better than the defender, who at the time was well out of his depth.
Gerard Pique has improved, a lot, since leaving United. Surrounded by better players, in a better team, he has grown as a defender, well done to him, and as flattered as Kevin Davies will be, I'm sure he won't take all the credit for Pique flopping.
Whilst I'm here I might as well have a little moan of my own. Marcos Alonso you've been "signing sometime this week" for about six weeks now. Can the two clubs and Mr Alonso please come to an agreement either way. Thank yee.
COME ON YOU WHITEMEN!!!