Bolton manager Owen Coyle is becoming increasingly angry at the performances of his side, who are now stuck in the bottom three of the Barclays Premier League.
A fourth defeat in five matches has just added to Wanderers' early-season problems and Coyle is frustrated the players are missing chances to help themselves out of trouble. Having equalised at West Brom on Saturday shortly after going behind in the first half he felt the team could have done more to get something out of the game before they conceded a second goal.
And Coyle told the Bolton News: "We bounced back from going a goal down and showed real character, real quality. That's my frustration, and it's killing me. Disappointment is an understatement. I'm angry because it was a good chance for us to get a positive result and get that unbeaten run going - a win, a draw, whatever it takes."
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