World News – GB – Evatt outlines precisely what Bolton has to show to succeed against Stevenage


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Chief Trotters wants the Wanderers to be ready to’ roll their sleeves’ against Alex Revell’s side

Ian Evatt wants to see and implement Bolton Wanderers’ position and be prepared to do the « dirty » side of the game before demonstrating soccer techniques when facing Stevenage.

The Trotters head to Hertfordshire tomorrow to face Boro at Lamex Stadium.

A match for Bolton, who are 17th in the second league, against Stevenage in the relegation zone, will see a match with only eight points on the board and one win so far this season..

Wanderers enters the match after winning consecutive wins in all competitions for the first time this season, beating Salford City in the league and Newcastle United U-21 in the Papa John’s Cup. .

But despite Stevenage’s modest location near the foothills of the English Premier League, Evatt has no illusions about how difficult the confrontation is and what he wants to see from his Trotters to help them succeed..

He said: “I think winning is a must in every match, otherwise there is no point in appearing in the first place.

« Going to Stevenage won’t be an easy game, I don’t care where they are in the class.

“For me, the A is important on Saturday – that is the attitude and the practice. If we go there with the right position and properly apply ourselves in the right way, then I am sure we can get the right result..

“We have to be ready to roll up our sleeves, do the dirty side, and hope then our soccer tech takes over.

Tomorrow’s match will be the first of the season as the Wanderers will be allowed to make five substitutions after the European Football Association confirmed the rule change until the end of the season..

Evatt thinks the increased number of changes will help maintain fit among his squad, as he currently has a full compliment of players to choose from..

The Bolton coach has previously not ruled out the possibility of organizing friendly matches to give the team’s players minutes.

Although the increased number of changes will improve this, Evatt acknowledged that the Trotters may consider organizing some matches as Christmas approaches, in case Bolton’s team remains relatively fit.

He said: « If you can get more players minutes in a competitive league match, that will definitely help you. ».

« First and foremost we have to maintain the fitness of the players, so there won’t be any matches for the foreseeable future because we have to keep them in one piece. ».

“The most important thing for me is the training standards. And if we can make sure that the intensity is there and that we train at maximum speed and at the level I demand every day, then my fitness levels shouldn’t take a big hit anyway..

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World News – GB – Evatt outlines what Bolton must show to succeed against Stevenage


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