Dougie Freedman vows to keep his Bolton Wanderers side hard to beat
DOUGIE Freedman hopes his recent shake-up has made Wanderers a harder side to beat.
After heading into the last international break on the back of a desperate 4-1 defeat at Blackburn Rovers, the Whites boss is well aware a positive result at St Andrew’s tomorrow could work wonders for morale around the Reebok.
He hopes Wanderers turned a corner with a battling draw at Blackpool. “We are in a different shape right now, a different frame of mind, and hopefully people saw that the other night,” he explained.
“We have got one or two different personalities in the team and we will not be a pushover away from home. I just won’t accept it.”