Coyle bemoans slow start
By Mark Allaway
Monday 05 Apr 2010 12:51:00
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Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle feels a slow start to the first half was the downfall of his side in the 1-0 Premiership defeat to Aston Villa on Saturday.

Coyle says he is not worried by the club's recent form but feels the game was an oppurtunity to win missed by the Trotters.


"We started very well until the goal- we huffed and puffed a bit after that without much fluency- I was dissapointed by the first half.

"Second half was much better and though I would have liked to force Brad Freidel into more saves but in this league if you don't take your chances when you're on top you get punished," Coyle continued.

The former Burnley boss finished: "When I came to the club we were in the bottom three and we've got ourselves out of it and to make sure we stay out of it we have to win games and an oppurtunity today has passed us by."

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