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Phil Gartside Knows The Performances Aren't Good. Is The Pressure On?

BOLTON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 02: Bolton Chairman Phil Gartside checks his phone before the FA Cup 3rd Round match between Bolton Wanderers v Lincoln City at the Reebok Stadium on January 2, 2010 in Bolton, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)
BOLTON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 02: Bolton Chairman Phil Gartside checks his phone before the FA Cup 3rd Round match between Bolton Wanderers v Lincoln City at the Reebok Stadium on January 2, 2010 in Bolton, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Basic mistakes are doing Bolton Wanderers in. We broke down just what led to each one of Hull City's goals from Bolton's loss yesterday. Four points from the first four matches is much worse than what everyone expected from Bolton Wanderers, one of the favorites to win the league. As a result, chairman Phil Gartside has tweeted today (for the first time in weeks). Is the pressure finally on for Owen Coyle?

Gartside also retweeted this response to him:

It's extremely easy to speculate off of a couple tweets but one really has to wonder if the board has given Bolton's manager a timeline to set things right. There are a number of questions now: will the team will make the drastic managerial change? If so, when? Who would take over? What are the other possible solutions?