24. april 2024

– We let ourselves down today

Bolton trener Ian Evatt. Foto: bwfc.co.uk

Blackpool knuste Bolton 4-1 på Bloomfield Road lørdag. Men Ian Evatt og laget gir ikke opp.

– Firstly, I just apologise to the fans that travelled. We let ourselves down today. Regardless of the scenarios that took place in the game, we have to own our own space and there were still things we could have avoided and things we could have done better, var det første Boltons trener, Ian Evatt, sa til bwfc.co.uk etter nedelaget.

Evatt mener laget hans startet bra og hadde kontroll og var komfortabel ute på banen. Men så snudde det.

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– We looked comfortable and then from a free-kick we switch off. We know it wasn’t a foul, but it is what it is and we have to get on with it. Even after conceding the two goals, which were really sloppy, we’ve had two clear-cut, gilt-edged critical opportunities that have to be goals and goals change games. My sorrow is for the fans. We haven’t got time to feel sorry for ourselves. We have to pick ourselves up. We’ve got a huge derby match on Tuesday that we need to perform in and somehow try and put that right, sa Evatt.

Bolton ligger fremdeles på 3. plass på tabellen og har kamper mindre spilt enn de to lagene over. Så muligheten for opprykk er fremdeles til stedet. Du kan følge en Superkomputers analyse ved å klikke her.

Neste kamp er en ny bortekamp. Da er det Wigan som står på andre banehalvdel. Kampen spilles tirsdag 27. februar klokken 20.45.