- AFC BOURNEMOUTH: Who are we signing today? And who should leave to make way?
- STEVE COOK: “I’m one of the leaders of this team now, so I need to spread confidence”
- RITCHIE v RANTIE: GOAL OF THE MONTH NOV 2013
- STEVE COOK: The scorer of spectacular AFC Bournemouth goals
- MAX GRADEL: How much better is he this time around?
Our thoughts on the departures of Danny Ings and Liam Feeney are very much the same as we said before. in Wiggins, Hollands & Robinson: Gone but not forgiven 2011. It was never a surprise that Liam Feeny was going to leave, he was always part of Eddie Howe’s team and soon as the right offer came in off he went. Personally, we think he never fulfilled his potential and was a bit tempremental, great if he could be bothered.
Our thoughts on Danny Ings are not so forgiving. AFC Bournemouth brought him through the ranks and gave him his opportunity. In return he kindly gave the club a whole half season and looked to be a real gem for the forthcoming season. How did he repay the club, he f**ked off up to Burnley, to sit and warm their bench, or the physio’s bench until next year. Admittedly, we got £1m, alledgely, in return, but it still grates that he didn’t even have the decency to stay for at least one more season, the ungrateful little s**t, seemingly much the makeup of the modern day footballer.