The second round draw saw the Cherries paired with non-league Blyth Spartans and almost inevitably a spot on the TV.
Unfortunately, its on Setanta, meaning most sensible TV watchers won’t have the channel. There is the option to pay £10 and watch from the comfort of your own home. Alternatively, get off the sofa and head over to Dean Court and give your hard earned cash to the club and not some half-arsed football/sports channel.
The club needs the money more than they do and every pound given to Setanta is a pound less for the club. I know they are giving the Cherries £80,000, but if 500 supporters shunned Setanta and went to the game and bought tickets at £15 that means the Cherries would get an extra £7500 of revenue.
Get over to the home of AFCB and enjoy the real magic of the FA Cup with a pie and a Bovril (even more money for the club). Go on you know you want to.