Bolton Wanderers keeper Adam Bogdan says sorry for error against Yeovil
ADAM Bogdan apologised to his Wanderers team-mates for the glaring error that very nearly gifted Yeovil a shock win at the Reebok.
The Hungarian keeper had been on course for his first clean sheet since April 6 until the 79th minute when a daisy cutter from Glovers midfielder Ed Upson squirmed through his grasp to send home fans into a shocked silence.
Thankfully, Alex Baptiste popped up with a late equaliser to ease his torment, but the 26-year-old was distraught after the final whistle.
“Shaggy (Bogdan) was really down and came straight in to say sorry to everyone,” Baptiste said. “No-one wants to make a mistake and we have got to stick together.
“The togetherness to come back was different class and I think he will pull us out of the fire a lot, lot more than he will make mistakes like that.”
Dougie Freedman also spared his goalkeeper and refused to lay Wanderers’ failure to claim three points at his door.
“Anything that can go wrong right now is going wrong for us,” he said. “There is nothing else they can throw at us.
“That guy will never score an easier goal than that and Adam knows it. He’s a big boy and he can handle it.
“I don’t bother with Adam at all. What can I say to him? Get on with it, get your head up. He’s far from the problem.
“The problem is that we are not only matching teams but over-running them in the middle third. But we don’t seem to be killing anyone off.”