Robinson upbeat despite defeat

21 January 2010 03:25
The Trotters went down 4-2 at Emirates Stadium to the Premier League title chasers on Wednesday - but not before threatening to cause an almighty shock as they raced into a two-goal lead.[LNB]Coyle's first game at the helm since moving from Burnley also ended in defeat against the Gunners, 2-0 at Turf Moor on Sunday.[LNB]Bolton remain deep in trouble, second from bottom of the table.[LNB]However, defender Robinson insists the mood in the camp is positive for the challenges ahead.[LNB]"We deserved better and we are disappointed not to have got anything," he said on the club's official website, www.bwfc.co.uk.[LNB]"Arsenal are a top side, but we gave them a run for their money - twice.[LNB]"We have a lot of confidence and there is a real good spirit about the place - the gaffer has given it a real buzz."[LNB]Robinson added: "He wants us to play good football and show what we can do, and it has been great how the fans have been right behind us.[LNB]"The gaffer wants us to play free-flowing football and we showed against Arsenal that we can do that against the best teams.[LNB]"The confidence is there in the group of players that we can pick up points and get out of the position we are in after the last two performances.[LNB]"We will be taking our frustrations out on any team that comes in front of us now."[LNB]Arsenal defender William Gallas will not face retrospective disciplinary action from the Football Association following his late tackle on Mark Davies.[LNB]Coyle labelled the challenge, which happened in the build-up to Arsenal's crucial equaliser at the start of the second half, as "akin to assault".[LNB]Robinson felt for his team-mate, telling the Bolton Evening News: "It was a disgusting tackle.[LNB]"He's lucky he hasn't broken his leg."[LNB][LNB] Barclays Premier League Relegation 2009/2010 Win Outright: Bolton 11/4  

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