The Bolton News har vurdert spillerne etter 1-0 tapet borte mot Barnsley fredag 19. mai.
Vurderingene er gjort av Chief Football Writer i The Bolton News, Marc Iles.
Handling was immaculate on the few shots that he had to deal with – but there was very little he could have done with the goal. Massive boots to fill.
Been a big season for him with plenty of progress. The two play-off games showed he has work to do with ball at feet to get to that next level.
Won loads in the air, defended well one-on-one, yet in possession there seemed a bit too much hesitation, which slowed things down.
All the defensive quality you could ask for. Now needs to use the ball better. Has the tools to be a very good player indeed.
Battered from pillar to post once again. For a Liverpool player, he doesn’t half give a lot to the Bolton cause. Will be just as big a miss to Wanderers as Trafford.
Big show of faith to start him ahead of Williams and he really didn’t settle. Picked to disrupt the Barnsley midfield but didn’t really make a dent.
Another of Bolton’s talents who will have to look at the two play-off games and learn. Simply didn’t do himself justice.
After a reasonable show on Saturday, Williams simply couldn’t get into the game. Quality just wasn’t there when he got on the ball.
A marginal improvement on Saturday, even though we know he is capable of so much more. Been a hard campaign for Dempsey and he needs to push on next term.
One fleeting chance at the very start of the game and a clever pinch in the second half. Otherwise, it was a very quiet day for Bolton’s top goal-getter.
Had been pressing for this chance and showed a couple of little glimpses of why he was in the side. Not nearly enough to hurt Barnsley in the end, though.
Subs: Kachunga 5, 67 (for Thomason), Adeboyejo 5, 67 (for Nlundulu), Sheehan 73 (for Dempsey), John 73 (for R Williams), Jerome 84 (for Morley).