BOURNEMOUTH 1 HUDDERSFIELD 1

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Football League One | 19th February 2011
ATT: 7923 | REF: Phillips | HALF-TIME: 0-0

GOALS

74 mins | MICHEAL SYMES | AFC Bournemouth

Liam Feeney got free down the left and continued towards the box unchallenged. This gave Feeney plenty of time to put in the perfect cross for Symes, who had eveaded his marker, to nod home from close range. Making it three in three for the returning marksmen. AFC Bournemouth 1 v 0 Huddersfield

89 mins | DANNY CADAMARTERI | Huddersfield

With the clock ticking down a long ball out of defence was well-picked up and a decent through ball to Cadamarteri saw him shoot across goal. Jalal managed to make a half-save causing the ball to bobble up and evade the boot of Pearce.  AFC Bournemouth 1 v 1 Huddersfield


AFC BOURNEMOUTH TEAM

GOAL: S Jalal
DEFENCE: S Purches | S Cooper | J Pearce | R Wiggins
MIDFIELD: L Feeney | A Robinson | M Bartley | M Pugh
UP FRONT: J McQuoid | M Symes

ON THE BENCH: Garry, Cummings, Bradbury, Hollands, Arter, Taylor, Stockley
CHANGES: 71 Hollands>Feeney | 77 Taylor>McQuoid | 84 Bradbury>Symes

THE OFFICIAL VIEW

LEE BRADBURY gives his reaction

Bournemouth boss Lee Bradbury told BBC Radio Solent:
“I thought the lads were a different class today, performed excellently and they deserved a win.

“We perform like that week in week out then we’ll be there or there abouts.

“Symes is on fire at the moment. He’s got his self-belief back, his confidence. We had to slowly had to get him back to fitness, and now I think he’s there and playing 90 minutes every week.”

Huddersfield Town manager Lee Clark tells BBC Radio Leeds:

“This run that we’re having this year, that was our worst performance by a long way, but they’ve showed great character. I think we scored with our only shot on target.

“We looked tired mentally and physically. Our passing was very poor, our tempo to the game was poor and I think it’s just the amount of games the lads have had has caught up with them.”

Huddersfield Town manager Lee Clark tells BBC Radio Leeds:

“This run that we’re having this year, that was our worst performance by a long way, but they’ve showed great character. I think we scored with our only shot on target.

“We looked tired mentally and physically. Our passing was very poor, our tempo to the game was poor and I think it’s just the amount of games the lads have had has caught up with them.”


THE TFTSE VIEW

Simple, we were robbed. An extremely dull first-half could have been so different had the Cherries scored early on and the visitors keeper had not been on song. The second-half saw the home side dominate and the best chances fell to Symes and Feeeney who combined to score the Cherries goal. However, this was another two points dropped. Lets hope Tuesday sees off Wednesday.


SAME SCORE

Bournemouth 1-1 Orient
Symes 39 / Dean Cox 90
Sat 5 Feb 2011 | Npower League One

Brentford 1-1 Bournemouth
Hollands 64 / Grabban pen 68
Tue 2 Nov 2010 | Npower League One

Sheff Wed 1-1 Bournemouth
Garry 25 / Mellor 82
Sat 23 Oct 2010 | Npower League One

Brighton 1-1 Bournemouth
LuaLua 61 / Pugh pen 90+2
Sat, 9 Oct 2010 | Npower League One


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