Everton defender Seamus Coleman has acknowledged that he and his team mates didn’t do enough to beat Wolves at Goodison Park this afternoon.
The Blues were well beaten 3-1 by the visitors who cemented their place above Everton in seventh place even further with the win at Goodison Park, and Coleman was seen by some as part of the problem.
Taking over the captain’s armband from Leighton Baines who once again limped off the pitch injured – the second time in four days – Coleman struggled to keep pace with Wolves attacks, thanks in part to another lack of support from Theo Walcott in front of him.
Coleman said that the side were lacking consistency and that as a team and as individuals more effort needs to be put in,
Summing up with the BBC, he said, “Massive disappointment. We should be performing better after a good result against Huddersfield and that’s been our problem in not getting a run of games together.
“Going into the second half we hoped to put the pressure on them but that wasn’t the case and we weren’t good enough today. We need to show up on the pitch because we’re not performing and we need to do that as a team and as individuals.”
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