Bolton fans made their feelings known towards manager Gary Megson
Manager Gary Megson has told the Bolton supporters their booing of him is affecting the team's performances.
The home fans hit out at Megson after he took off goalscorer Ivan Klasnic, with Bolton leading fellow strugglers Hull 2-1 on Tuesday.
The Tigers then equalised, leaving both sides in the Premier League's bottom three and Megson told BBC Radio 5 live: "It has started now to have an impact.
"It's difficult for the players to be playing in that atmosphere."
Klasnic scored his sixth goal in eight league matches in the first half before Kevin Davies made it 2-0 after 61 minutes.
Everyone has an opinion, but mine has consequence therefore it becomes a decision
But two goals from Stephen Hunt earned a draw for the visitors, with the home fans greeting the final whistle with more booing and banners and chants calling for the manager's head.
However, Megson defended the decision to take off Klasnic, who is on a season-long loan deal from Nantes.
"I would make exactly the same decision I did again to try to keep hold of the game and keep that momentum," he insisted.
"I made it against Burnley in a game I felt was slipping away from us and we got a point and no-one said a word. I made exactly the same decision against West Ham at 2-1 and we went on to win that one 3-1. No-one says a word.
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