The Bolton News har vurdert spillerne etter 0-1 tapet hjemme mot Accrington tirsdag 25. april.
Vurderingene er gjort av Chief Football Writer i The Bolton News, Marc Iles.
Not sure he could have done more with the goal – and otherwise his catching was clean on a few dangerous crosses slung into the penalty area.
Didn’t seem to link up as effectively as he can do with Bradley. By no means the only guilty party – but possession was all a bit laboured.
Saw more of the ball than anyone and looked frustrated at times with the lack of options ahead of him in a congested midfield.
Defended well, especially in the air, but did suffer from the same link-up problems as Jones on the left side.
Kept on going and got beyond the uncompromising Rodgers a few times. Not much went right on the night.
Will want to forget this one. Poor pass led to the Accrington goal and Morley looked out of sorts on the ball for most of the night before being hooked.
Missed one big chance immediately after the goal, which was a big turning point in the game. Game enough and looked to find gaps.
Put in the cross of the night for Dempsey in the first half, and saw little of the ball after that, which was disappointing.
Bolton’s most effective player on the night. Always looked to be positive, even though Accrington’s defence was not for shifting.
Had a half-decent opportunity in the first half after swapping passes with Dempsey, undone by a heavy touch. Will not be pleased to lose out against his old club.
Tried hard to get things going but found it difficult to move the ball at the right time and rarely seemed to play towards the Stanley goal.
Subs: Shoretire 5, 59 (for Morley) – Ended up as a left wing-back, which was surprising.
Jerome 5, 59 (for Nlundulu) – Really had little impact.
Kachunga 5, 67 (for Charles) – One header but little else.
Adeboyejo 71 (for John) – Struggled to make a dent.