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Lennon: To Dominate is Not Enough

The Bolton boss is unhappy at his side's performance despite their dominance in the stats game

Clive Rose

Bolton Wanderers manager Neil Lennon has bemoaned his side's wastefulness in front of goal following the 1-2 away defeat to Charlton Athletic in the Championship.

Wanderers came out of the game with a mammoth 62% possession, 19 shots to Charlton's 5, 14 corners to their one.

Unbelievable numbers considering our recent struggles but still the manager was unhappy.

Speaking after the game he said:

He's not wrong. We're plainly short of a top class striker - something that the manager is attempting to fix with his pursuit of Gary Hooper, the current Norwich City and former Celtic forward.

Lennon continued:

I like the cut of his jib.