Everton football manager disappointed with Toffees display
14th February 2011 - Chad Lazarus
Everton football manager David Moyes insists that his side's performance against Bolton yesterday (February 13th) was one of the worst his team has ever given.
Football manager Moyes speculated that he may need to "toughen up" with some of his players, after he failed to identify one of his eleven who had performed to their potential during the 2-0 defeat.
Goals from Gary Cahill and Daniel Sturridge condemned the Toffees to a defeat that leaves them just three points off the relegation places.
Moyes said: "We did not perform. Players who have been performing well all season probably had their poorest game.
"Maybe I have gone a bit soft on them. Perhaps I need to toughen up on them."
Everton will have to wait until Sunderland visit Goodison Park on February 26th to get some more Premier League points, with this weekend involving a trip to Stamford Bridge to play Chelsea in the FA Cup 4th round replay.
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