Commitment not an issue, says Coyle

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Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle has reassured Trotters fans there will be no let up from his side when they travel to Bloomfield Road to face Blackpool on Saturday.

After losing 2-1 to Sunderland at the Reebok Stadium at the weekend, Coyle wants a response from his players after a lacklustre performance against the Black Cats.

Bolton sit comfortably in 9th place in the Barclays Premier League table, with their top-flight status safely secured for another season.

Whilst European qualification looks to be a bridge too far, there have been suggestions that the Trotters' season is over before it finishes.


After an excellent win over Arsenal towards the end of April, Bolton have lost all of their last three games in the league, and Coyle is looking for an upturn in form.

"If the players think they can put their tools away, then they are sadly mistaken.

"We want to finish as high as we can for our own reasons and to show the improvement we have made."

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