Cenk Tosun scored Everton’s goal but Burnley came from behind to win a Premier League game for the first time in 54 attempts under Sean Dyche.
“We got off to a good start,” said Coleman.
“Unfortunately, it’s nowhere near good enough from us to crumble the way we did.
“It’s something we need to sort out and start winning games quickly.
“We should be coming here and looking at three points but we didn’t get that and it needs to change quickly.
“Individually we weren’t good enough.
“We know that we have to do better and it’s cliched saying these things in interviews like we have to but the only way to improve is to do it on the pitch. There’s no point in doing it in interviews.
“There’s no other way of looking at it, we need to perform better.”
Allardyce waffled for five full minutes after the match but said nothing of any consequence, so his words won’t appear on NSNO.
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