UK Bolton boss Evatt said on Exeter draw, Gnahoua, Lee and John injury update last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- Here's what the Wanderers manager had to say after the League Two clash against the Grecians
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Bolton Wanderers came from behind to claim a point on the road against Exeter City. The Trotters went behind when Ricardo Almeida Santos put through his own net midway through the second half. But Wanderers rallied and fought back to draw level through substitute Arthur Gnahoua who came off the bench to score a leveller. After the game, Bolton boss Ian Evatt spoke to the press and here's his immediate reaction. It was a hard fought point. What did you make of it? “I didn’t think there was a great deal in it. I thought first half it was one big chance really for both teams, the lad that hit the post and Eoin Doyle’s chance. "We had a few breakaway moments where our decisions and our movement wasn’t quite there, but second half again there was not a lot in it. We were tight, we were compact and I think the one poor bit of defending for their goal, the one time we did it in the game, they scored. "But again we’ve rallied ourselves, we’ve made the changes. We had fresh impetus, we started playing on the front foot and a 20 minute spell where we’ve got the goal and probably should have got more if we’re being honest and we should have really saw the game off and put it to bed. "The last two minutes, they get a long throw and a set piece and things are a bit cagey and nervy but I think a point is probably fair on reflection, but that 20 minute spell, we really have to make hay while the sun’s shining and we’ve got to do more to score in our good spells.” Read More Related Articles Latest Bolton Wanderers injury update on Shaun Miller, Dennis Politic and Liam Edwards Read More Related Articles Latest on January transfer window outgoings at Bolton Wanderers including Tom White and Billy Crellin Arthur Gnahoua was an inspired substitution? “He’s been training really, really well. He’s really unlucky not to start today.
News source = PremierLeague-News.Com
. "His pitch and game intelligence needs to improve and his defensive responsibilities need to improve, but there’s a player in there and if we can get him confident and doing that, that goal will help, then he’s going to be an asset to us." Matt Gilks again showing how important he is with a top save at the end? “Yeah it was a good save. It was one of those nights where the pitch is really heavy and bobbly and mistakes are being easily made and I thought the concentration as a team was excellent. "I think the structure was there, we just need some more work on the finer details. I thought Kieran Lee showed in the first half what he can do. "He’s a really classy footballer, he just needs game time and minutes, but the main thing is that he’s come through unscathed. We have good news with Declan (John). "His is a grade one of his hamstring so that’s two weeks maximum, so it’s been a good day all round. Unfortunate that we didn’t quite get that second in our good spell but pleased enough with a point.”
Bolton Wanderers miss out on transfer windfall after Arsenal make Rob Holding decision
Peter Kioso's Luton Town recall explained and why Bolton Wanderers January return still an option It’s another good display on the road and another point on the road, you seem to be doing well on your travels? “Yeah we are doing well on our travels and that pains me really because I really want us to start dominating games at home. "The last game against Crawley, there’s no two ways about it, we should have won that game with the amount of chances we created and now this is a good point only if we go and win on Saturday. "If you pick up points away from home and win your home games then you’ve got a chance and we need to start doing that.”