FEBRUARY 17th 2017
Next Arsenal manager odds: Bournemouth’s Eddie Howe second favourite to replace Arsene Wenger
Attention is turning to who could replace the Frenchman, and while there is no runaway favourite to take charge at the Emirates, there are plenty of contenders for the job.
Harry Arter Had An Admirable Attitude To Be Dropped By Bournemouth
Harry Arter found himself in an unfamiliar situation during Bournemouth’s Premier League tie against Watford last month.
Jack Wilshere to return soon as ankle injury is considered a minor one
Wilshere limped off with an ankle injury during Bournemouth’s recent loss to Manchester City.
Burnley’s Sean Dyche among top English managers – Lincoln’s Cowley
For me, Sean Dyche and Eddie Howe are the two best English managers
FEBRUARY 13th 2017
Bournemouth will be ready for Man City this time, says Jack Wilshere
Bournemouth have improved since they last played Manchester City and are better prepared for their Monday Night Football clash at the Vitality Stadium
Chelsea youngster Nathan Ake is being badly missed at Bournemouth
Adam Bate looks at why the loss of Chelsea loanee Nathan Ake has been such a major factor in the team’s poor form…
AFC Bournemouth: City can be Jekyll and Hyde says ex-Cherries star Ian Bishop
CHERRIES old boy Ian Bishop is backing Eddie Howe’s men to turn the tide and says they should thrive on the “doubt and fear” of facing Premier League powerhouses Manchester City.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe: Gabriel Jesus doesn’t scare me – we’ve got Jack Wilshere!
GABRIEL JESUS doesn’t scare Bournemouth, according to boss Eddie Howe.
FEBRUARY 8th 2017
Composed Marc Wilson is up and running for West Brom
New addition Marc Wilson looked composed in his first 45 minutes in an Albion shirt and has the skill-set to slot into a variety of positions.
‘Murray provided my best moment in football and he can do the same for Albion’
He can do the same for Brighton in firing them to the Premier League, says AFC Bournemouth man John Yems.
FEBRUARY 7th 2017
Are Bournemouth twice as likely to beat Manchester City, as Watford are to beat Manchester United?
According to Sky Sports’ predictor, Bournemouth are twice as likely to beat Manchester City as the Hornets are to leave Old Trafford with three points.
Why Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is a big reason for Bournemouth’s demise
The recall of Nathan Ake has coincided with the Cherries’ dip in form