Hammers boss wants to Curb late forays

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Alan Curbishley called for more professionalism from his West Ham players after failing to close out victory and allowing Kevin Nolan to earn Bolton a point in their relegation battle.

Curbishley´s men were 90 seconds from a win at Upton Park but chose to attack in stoppage-time, allowing the visitors a last chance to give their small travelling support something to cheer.

"The last thing we wanted with a minute to go was a long throw to go in there with lots of bodies," Curbishley said. "It was a typical Bolton goal."

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Kevin Nolan
Bolton Wanderers
Premier League

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