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EFL Cup Ball Numbers Known With the announcement of the EFL Cup fourth round draw later this evening, the all important ball numbers have been decided.

Joshua King urges Bournemouth to kick on after two wins over Brighton Joshua King is hoping back-to-back wins over Brighton can kick-start Bournemouth's season. The Cherries picked up their first Premier League points of the campaign with a 2-1 comeback win over Chris Hughton's side last Friday.

Josh King was due a goal The way in which Josh King finished last season, it is no wonder that he was being linked with a move to Spurs and Everton over the summer. Yet, he has had a very quiet start to this season and is probably wondering why it took him until the Carabao Cup game last night to get on the score sheet.

Junior Cherries can apply for front row tickets The two games are the Premier League matches with Leicester City on Saturday September 30th and Chelsea on Saturday 28th October. To enter the ballot for either match, which offers the opportunity to buy one adult and one junior ticket for the game, you must be:.

Gallery: Brighton cup win The best pictures as AFC Bournemouth left it late, but secured passage to the fourth round of the Carabao Cup with a 1-0 win over Brighton and Hove Albion.

Premier League Kicks flies to Christchurch AIM Altitude and Curtiss-Wright will jointly sponsor the rapidly expanding programme, which will now be rolled out to Christchurch thanks to the two companies' support. AIM Altitude designs, engineers and manufactures aircraft cabin interiors for the world's major airlines, delivering iconic bars, lounges and social spaces.

Fraser: We can take the positives The Scotsman played all 120 minutes, as Joshua King came off the bench to net the winner in extra-time. Following the game, Fraser spoke to afcbTV about an encouraging Cherries performance. "I thought we dominated from the first minute," he began.

"Shambles all over - Blaming the fans is not the answer" AFC Bournemouth have released a statement following long queues outside Dean Court ahead of kick against Brighton and Hove Albion in the EFL Cup. Due to the delays many supporters missed the kick off and a large part of the first half. A similar scene occurred at the same stage of the same competition last year against Preston North End.

Stats: AFC Bournemouth v Brighton and Hove Albion - Tuesday 19th September 2017. Attendance: 10,372. Referee: Kevin Friend.

King finds his goal scoring touch to beat Brighton in the Carabao Cup Tweet What a shot from Lewis Cook! He drills one from 30-yards and only fingertips from Krul keep it out. 61 From the resulting corner, Mousset meets it, it's a looping header to the right post and Rosenior nods it off the line!

King the hero for Cherries Jermain Defoe scored his first of the season in that 2-1 success and, with the veteran England forward rested here, King proved to be the match-winner to leave Howe happy. "Josh is off the mark now and Jermain Defoe got off the mark on Friday," he said.

Carabao Cup roundup: Bristol City’s Diedhiou and Taylor do for Stoke Famara Diedhiou and Matt Taylor were on target for Bristol City as they beat Stoke 2-0 at Ashton Gate while Aston Villa had Tommy Elphick sent off and lost 2-0 at home to Middlesbrough.

Howe on cup progression The boss felt his side could've had more goals but was enthusiastic about the performance in his post-match press conference. ON THE GAME… It was a strange game as it had a very similar pattern to Friday night. We dominated the ball but the big difference was the number of chances we had.

King reflects on cup win Joshua King has spoken of his delight following this evening's 1-0 Carabao Cup win over Brighton and Hove Albion. The Norwegian came off the bench to score the only goal of the game in extra-time, after some excellent link-up play with Marc Pugh saw him net from close-range.

England - League Cup 3rd Round - TeamTalk Report: Joshua King came off the bench to score an extra-time winner as Bournemouth beat Brighton to advance into round four of the Carabao Cup.

King fires Cherries to Carabao Cup victory CARABAO CUP THIRD ROUND: AFC Bournemouth 1 Brighton 0.

Club on Vitality Stadium entry AFC Bournemouth response to issues experienced by supporters at Tuesday evening's Carabao Cup tie against Brighton.

Stoke City away ticket details announced Kick-off date/time - 21st October 2017, 15:00pm K.O. Allocation size - 1,500. Points Schedule. Wednesday 20th September 10+ Sunday 24th September 7+ Wednesday 27th September 4+ Sunday 1st October 1+ Wednesday 4th October General Sale. Pricing.

Ex-Bristol City and AFC Bournemouth striker in court accused of breaking man's jaw in fight outside nightclub Ex-Bristol City and AFC Bournemouth footballer Lee Tomlin has appeared in court accused of grevious bodily harm after an alleged assault outside a nightclub.

All available tickets issued for Brighton cup tie The club would like to emphasise to supporters with tickets for tonight's game that they should arrive early due to the crowd numbers and enhanced security checks.

Mousset in Matchday for Carabao Cup For the third round clash at a full Vitality Stadium the 52-page edition of the official AFC Bournemouth matchday programme is priced at £2.00 and includes the following exclusive content. - Mousset gives a rare interview as he talks about adapting to life in England, playing for the France under-21s and his search for first-team goals.

The new men are starting to making an impact at AFCB It may be that AFCB have been suffering a little from integrating their new players into the starting line up, despite these players having played for the club before.

Howe expects more from Bournemouth starlet Manager Howe is convinced Ibe has the talent to be a Bournemouth regular if he can stay focused and put in big performances on a consistent basis. "I think he has shown glimpses of what he is capable of before," said Howe, as reported by the Bournemouth Echo.

AFC Bournemouth transfers list 2017? Bournemouth new player signings AFC Bournemouth transfers list. New player signings 2017/2018? Which players have been signed by AFC Bournemouth during the summer 2017? Have you wanted to know which players have joined and left AFC Bournemouth this season 2017/2018? Well, for this reason we have prepared AFC Bournemouth's transfer list 2017.

Everton FC vs AFC Bournemouth predictions, betting tips and preview: Cherries to be chewed by the Toffees Everton vs Bournemouth predictions for their Premier League match on Saturday Both of these teams go into the weekend in the bottom three of the table Everton's Kevin Mirallas in action against Ruzomberok in the Europa League qualifiers Everton vs Bournemouth predictions for their Premier League match at Goodison Park on Saturday.

It's Brighton again but the Carabao Cup this time Bournemouth will line up against Brighton again knowing that they disappointed in the cups last season and have a good chance of progressing to the latter stages of the Carabao Cup.

Consistency is key for Ibe to reach 'immense potential' MANAGER Eddie Howe wants winger Jordon Ibe to showcase his "immense potential" on a more consistent basis.

Howe insists managers need more time EDDIE Howe believes managers need to be given more time to make progress at clubs.

Meeting so soon makes for an interesting dynamic BOSS Eddie Howe believes Cherries' Carabao Cup third round clash against Brighton makes for an “interesting dynamic”.

2017/18 EFL Cup Fourth Round Draw On Wednesday The fourth round draw for this year's League Cup will take place on Wednesday September 20. Carabao, as the new three year sponsor's of the competition, will be holding the draw in the United Kingdom - I see how this works now, every other draw will be abroad so who has dibs on Mars?

Here We Go Again Tuesday 19th September 2017. 7.45pm. After our game last Friday in the Premier League, we meet Brighton again in an evening game at Dean Court, this time in the EFL Cup Third Round. This is now called the Carabao Cup because of its sponsors. In the 2nd round we travelled to Birmingham to meet Harry Redknapp`s club Birmingham City.

AFC Bournemouth V Brighton at Vitality Stadium : Match Preview Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe planning to rotate side for Brighton cup visit Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has confirmed he will again rotate his team for the Carabao Cup against Brighton.

Around 500 Brighton tickets remain Supporters are also reminded that cup points will only be issued if a supporter buys a ticket before midnight on Monday 18th September, so we advise buying online before Tuesday to make the most of pre-matchday purchase. When purchasing online, supporters must have an account per person to buy a ticket.

Bournemouth 1-0 Brighton Bournemouth beat Premier League rivals Brighton in extra time to progress to the fourth round of the Carabao Cup.

Matchday schedule: Brighton cup tie With it being a midweek game, there's some differing times to our usual opening hours, so here's what is open and going on around the ground. 9am SUPERSTORE OPEN. Our Superstore will be open from 9am as usual, all the way until kick-off.

Stadimax to assess new stadium needs with Cherries fans "The club are very keen that the new stadium design reflects the requirements of AFC Bournemouth supporters and the wider community," explained AFC Bournemouth chief executive Neill Blake. "Therefore, it is important we ask the right questions to the right people, so that we can brief our architects ahead of the design stage.

Sunderland AFC news - Cats keep tabs on Scotland and Blackburn Rovers defender, Hull City hit back over penalty spot claims Sunderland are reported to be keeping their eye on versatile Blackburn Rovers defender Charlie Mulgrew ahead of a possible January move. The 31-year-old, who can play in defence or midfield, has scored three times for Rovers in League One this season.

Is Ibe now settled at AFCB? Eddie Howe has been praising Jordan Ibe for his ability to make an impact from the bench and it is apparent that Ibe is determined to have a better season than he did in 2016-17.

Loan watch: Cherries in FA Cup action Here's how the Cherries loan contingent got on this week:. Ryan Allsop. The stopper played the full 90 minutes in Blackpool's 3-1 home win against Oxford United. This win sees the Tangerines go fourth in the League One table, with a winning league run which has lasted since the opening fixture of the season.

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe believes consistency is key for Jordon Ibe Bournemouth manager E ddie Howe has challenged winger Jordon Ibe to show the consistency needed to develop his great potential.

Stanislas 'closer' to making Cherries return BOSS Eddie Howe insisted Cherries midfielder Junior Stanislas was “closer” to making his return from injury.

Fantasy Football: Week 5 Update An average of 58 points was scored across the board, with nine of the 20 Premier League sides keeping clean sheets over the weekend.

AFC Bournemouth v Brighton & Hove Albion Betting: Carabao Cup rematch to see goals again Jermain Defoe scored the winning goal as AFC Bournemouth came from behind to claim their first win of the Premier League season against Brighton and Hove Albion at Vitality Stadium on Friday night.

Team news: Cook could return amongst changes The manager admits he wasn't tempted to keep the same team that beat the Seagulls on Friday and will continue his cup policy. He said: "We'll have to wait and see on Steve Cook. He picked up an injury against Arsenal in the game and I didn't know that at the time.

Howe - The focus is on backing up Friday's victory "You can't underestimate the power of winning, that's what we're in the industry to do. It was a satisfying feeling and now we want to follow that up.

AFCB's heads kept their nerve against Brighton to get their win It would have been simple for the heads to go down when Brighton went ahead in the last match. The mood deteriorated pretty quickly, and the Albion fans were suddenly in full voice, so with four defeats in a row it would not have been unreasonable to expect the Bournemouth players to fold.

Ibe makes Cherries pledge Bournemouth were trailing 1-0 when boss Eddie Howe made the inspired decision to bring Ibe on to the field, and he had the desired effect, setting up both goals as the Cherries won 2-1. Ibe was happy with his contribution but will not be happy until he is a regular start, producing the goods on a regular basis.

EFL Cup - Don't Forget About ABBA With the EFL Cup returning this midweek, some fans might not have yet experienced the new ABBA penalty system. At the beginning of the year the Football League or EFL if you like new rebrands announced that the ABBA system of penalties would be trialled for 2017/18's League Cup, EFL Trophy and EFL Play Offs.

Socialmedia is not something Surman needs in his life CHERRIES star Andrew Surman plans to keep ignoring his social media critics – insisting boss Eddie Howe is the only person he needs to answer to.

Federici out for 3 months AFC Bournemouth goalkeeper Adam Federici has returned from Nottingham Forest following another operation on his previously injured knee. The Australian international, who has dropped down the pecking order at Dean Court behind Asmir Begovic and Artur Boruc joined Championship side Nottingham Forest on transfer deadline day on loan.

Eddie Howe heaps praise on Jordon Ibe’s performance in AFC Bournemouth win - And Howe has commended the 21-year-old for his pleasing performance and hopes he shows more of his outstanding abilities this campaign. "Tonight was a really good cameo of what Jordon is about. He's different to everyone we have and he has the ability to beat people." Howe told club's website.

In Numbers: Brighton Take a look below at the stats and figures following a successful evening at Vitality Stadium. 5,977 - That's how many days it has been since Defoe last scored for the Cherries. He netted at Reading, alongside Eddie Howe, back in May 2001.

Nathan Ake inspires deaf youngsters at Vitality Disability inclusion officer Hannah Powis said: "It was fantastic to see so many young people from Dorset Deaf Children's Society and from across the area come to take part in the session." Head of Community Steve Cuss commented: "We are very grateful to Nathan Ake for taking the time to welcome the children to Vitality Stadium." "It is always a...

Ibe: I want to keep improving Solly March headed the hosts in front, but Ibe provided two assists for Andrew Surman and Jermain Defoe respectively as the Cherries ran out 2-1 winners. Following the win, he spoke to afcbTV about his performance. "I just tried to help the team", he explained.

It's a collector's item – Surman scores! Andrew Surman has not had the best of press of late from disgruntled fans who have not been impressed by he sideways passing and he can't have found it easy to feel that everyone is behind him at times. But against Brighton he answered his critics in the best way possible by getting on the score sheet, which is a very rare event for Andrew.

Jermain Defoe dedicates goal against Brighton to the memory of Bradley Lowery JERMAIN Defoe dedicated his first goal back in a Cherries shirt to the memory of Bradley Lowery.

Buy Brighton before Tuesday for cup point Supporters who would like to earn a cup point have until midnight on Monday 18th September to order their tickets for this cup fixture against Brighton, with cup points being added immediately after purchase.

Howe predicts big things from ex-Liverpool man Jordan Ibe Eddie Howe has tipped Jordon Ibe to end his sticky Bournemouth start and realise his "immense promise" this season. Super-sub Ibe's two assists turned Friday night's Brighton clash on its head as the Cherries edged home 2-1 for their first Premier League win of the season.

The fairytale emergence of AFC Bournemouth Going from the brink of liquidation and playing with a 17-point penalty in League Two, the lowest tier of English football, to competing in the Premier League in a mere span of 8 years! Sounds like a FIFA career mode story, right? Well, this meteoric rise actually happened and AFC Bournemouth are the club to do so.

Howe: Hopefully Brighton win can set us off AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe was noticeably releaved to secure the Cherries first victory of the season on Sky Sports Friday Night Football. Newly promoted Brighton and Hove Albion have always been a well drilled and disciplined side under the management of Chris Hughton.

Phew… Sometimes, a result is more important than a performance. It is an old cliché but like all old clichés it's there because its a truism. Tonight, a Bournemouth side that couldn't buy a win came from behind to beat a dogged Brighton side.

Former Liverpool FC youngster comes of age after two assists help AFC Bournemouth to vital win Ibe, once regarded as a future Liverpool star after breaking into the Anfield setup under Brendan Rodgers, joined Bournemouth in a £15m deal last summer that was supposed to cement the 21-year-old's status as one of English football's most talented young wingers.

Defoe revels in Bournemouth win "On a personal note, I'm just delighted to get my first goal back and it was the winner so we're delighted with the three points." Having lost their first four games of the season, Defoe said it was great for the club to get off the mark at the fifth attempt but warned that Bournemouth need to continue to improve.

Feed Defoe and he will score, says Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe Eddie Howe has challenged his players to learn how to feed Jermain Defoe to propel Bournemouth up the Premier League. Veteran striker Defoe sunk Brighton 2-1 with a late goal as the Cherries claimed their first league win of the new campaign at the fifth time of asking.

Ibe inspires Bournemouth to first win against Brighton 2-1 Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: Andrew Surman, Brighton and Hove Albion, Jermain Defoe, Jordan Ibe Eddie Howe speaks to BBC Radio Solent about the first win of the season against Brighton Brighton and Hove Albion have done well in their first few games of the season.

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe stunned by Jermain Defoe's eye for goal A "relieved" Eddie Howe hailed Jermain Defoe's unrivalled finishing as the evergreen striker kick-started Bournemouth's season. Defoe fired the Cherries to a 2-1 Premier League win over Brighton to end their four-game losing start to the campaign.

Gallery: The best images from Brighton win AFC Bournemouth overcame Brighton 2-1 at Vitality Stadium this evening.

AFC Bournemouth 2-1 Brighton & Hove Albion Highlights - 16 September 2017 AFC Bournemouth starting lineup: Begovic; Smith, Francis, Ake, Daniels; Fraser, Arter, Surman, Pugh; King; Defoe. AFC Bournemouth substitutes: Boruc, Mings, Cook, Gosling, Ibe, Mousset, Afobe. AFC Bournemouth Coach: Eddie Howe.

Howe hails 'best finisher' Defoe RELIEVED Cherries boss Eddie Howe hailed Jermain Defoe's unrivalled finishing as the striker kick…

Howe on Brighton win Solly March headed the visitors in front, before Andrew Surman drew the hosts level 10 minutes later with his first goal since February 2015. It was then down to Jermain Defoe to net the winner, as he scored for the first time in a Cherries shirt since 2001.

Surman - It's one of the best of my career In fact, Surman hadn't scored for the club since February 2015. But the midfielder hailed his strike as one of the biggest goals of his long career so far. ON THE STRIKE… It was a massive goal. It's probably one of, if not the biggest goals of my career.

Defoe: We're improving each week The 33-year-old scored the winner, after the Cherries found themselves 1-0 down early in the second half. An Andrew Surman goal started the comeback, before Defoe was on hand to secure the three points. "I don't think I can find words to describe how it felt to score the goal," he claimed.

Jermain Defoe gets winning goal as Bournemouth come from behind to beat Brighton Jermain Defoe fired Bournemouth to their first win of the Premier League season to relieve mounting pressure on boss Eddie Howe. The 34-year-old rifled his first Bournemouth goal in 16 years, as the Cherries came from behind to sink visitors Brighton 2-1.

AFC Bournemouth vs. Brighton & Hove Albion - Football Match Report - September 15, 2017 - ESPN Defoe last scored for Bournemouth on a loan spell in May 2001, and the veteran exhibited all his stunning staying power to settle this south coast derby.

Jermain Defoe gets Bournemouth off the mark with winner against Brighton Jermain Defoe proved his worth to Eddie Howe’s side when he rifled in the winner as Bournemouth came from behind to beat Brighton 2-1.

Brighton rocked as Cherries claim first Premier League win PREMIER LEAGUE: AFC Bournemouth 2 Brighton and Hove Albion 1.

Bournemouth 2-1 Brighton & Hove Albion The Cherries rang the changes after last week's loss at Arsenal, with skipper Simon Francis one of those to come in, while Liam Rosenior was included for the Seagulls in place of the injured Bruno. A lack of quality was a feature of the early stages, with the hustle and bustle on show not matched by quality.

2017 Non League Day Announced One of the biggest events of the year to promote the Non League game will return for an eighth consecutive season during the next international break.

AFC Bournemouth vs Brighton & Hove Albion English Premier League Live AFC Bournemouth vs Brighton and Hove Albion: AFC Bournemouth faces against Brighton and Hove Albion today in the English Premier League. The game will kick-off at 20:00 BST / 15:00 ET on September 15. The venue of the match is at Dean Court, Bournemouth.

Bournemouth v Brighton: Premier League – live! Minute-by-minute report: Can Bournemouth get their stuttering season started with a win over south coast rivals Brighton? Join Paul Doyle now.

AFC Bournemouth 2 - 1 Brighton & Hove Albion Match report - 2017/09/15 Premier League - Jordon Ibe turned in a star performance from the bench, setting up both goals as Bournemouth got off the mark in the Premier League this season with a 2-1 come-from-behind win over Brighton and Hove Albion.

AFC Bournemouth 2, Brighton 1: Albion let lead slip as Cherries clinch first points of Premier League campaign Brighton and Hove Albion surrendered a second-half lead as they were beaten 2-1 by slow starters AFC Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium this evening. In the opening clash of the Premier League weekend, the Seagulls took a second-half lead in Sky Sport's live Friday night game through a Solly March header.

AFC Bournemouth 2-1 Brighton & Hove Albion Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email comment. Jermain Defoe fired Bournemouth to their first win of the Premier League season to relieve mounting pressure on boss Eddie Howe. The 34-year-old rifled his first Bournemouth goal in 16 years, as the Cherries came from behind to sink visitors Brighton 2-1.

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Defoe seals AFC Bournemouth win inspired by Ibe Jermain Defoe's first goal since returning to AFC Bournemouth earned a 2-1 comeback win over Brighton and Hove Albion, which was inspired by substitute Jordon Ibe. After Solly March headed Brighton in front from Pascal Gross's 55th-minute cross, Ibe entered the fray and supplied two skilful assists.

Dean Court Brighton and Hove Albion have done well in their first few games of the season. An away draw at Watford was followed up with a morale boosting 3-1 win at home against WBA and losing to Leicester City and Man City is no disgrace. But do we really know how good Chris Hughton's side is yet?

Match Preview: AFC Bournemouth vs Brighton This will be the first ever top-flight meeting between AFC Bournemouth and Brighton and Hove Albion. ALSO READ: Na fight: 'Neymar won't reach Messi level' - Lustig. AFC Bournemouth are looking to avoid becoming the fourth club to start a Premier League season with five defeats from their opening five matches.

Proud Cherries event at Vitality Stadium The event is free and open to all supporters, with stadium tours available on the night. Additionally, Di Cunningham, Chair of Pride in Football, and Sophie Cook will be the guest speakers at Vitality Stadium.

4 MI Battalion visit Vitality Stadium They were then treated to a meet and greet with Cherries winger Ryan Fraser and were able to ask him questions about life as a Premier League footballer. Following the event, members of the Battalion partook in a training session at Vitality Stadium in preparation for an upcoming tournament.

Cook and Elphick both feature in Friday's Matchday - We caught up with former Cherries captain Tommy Elphick, the club's most successful ever skipper, who tells us about his memories of playing with both Brighton and Bournemouth and his trip to the Hawthorns on the opening day of the season.

Howe 'desperate' to see Bournemouth identity The Cherries' pointless four-match run in the new term has been matched only by Crystal Palace, who this week sacked boss Frank de Boer, with only a single goal keeping the south coast club off the bottom of the table.

Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend Can Roy Hodgson’s meat and potatoes approach nourish Palace, will Alexis Sánchez regain centre stage for Arsenal and might Watford go top?

Fraser feels Cherries need to find their spark WINGER Ryan Fraser believes Cherries need to find their spark in a bid to rectify their difficult start to the campaign.

No more sleepwalking AFCB have to beat Brighton Who would have thought that the first derby for Bournemouth this season would have so much resting on it? I might have thought it would be Brighton that would be most in need of a win after four games, having just come up from the Championship, but they have everything to gain in this match if they do get a win and AFCB fail to deliver again.

Wing man set to boost Cherries The Scotland international returned to the starting XI for last Saturday's trip to Arsenal, but he lasted just 38 minutes at the Emirates. Fraser sustained an ankle injury after clashing with Gunners' full-back Hector Bellerin and he had to be replaced by Jordon Ibe, as Arsenal eventually ran out 3-0 victors.

Howe wants Cherries' players and fans to inspire each other EDDIE Howe called on Cherries’ players and fans to inspire one another during the Premier League clash with Brighton.

Character is crucial for skipper Francis SKIPPER Simon Francis insisted Cherries had the “right mentality” to turn around their poor form in the Premier League.

Federici set for three months out after knee surgery EDDIE Howe expects luckless Adam Federici to spend three months on the sidelines after the goalkeeper underwent knee surgery.

'We have to be honest with ourselves about our performances' STRAIGHT-talking Asmir Begovic believes honesty is the best policy for Cherries as they bid to put their difficult start to the campaign behind them.

I don't think I'm immune to anything, says Howe DETERMINED Eddie Howe insisted he had the thick skin required to withstand any flak and revealed: "You need to be prepared to ride a few…

Must Win Game For More Than One Reason This has been a real 'Jekyll and Hyde` start to our season with two poor performances and defeats against West Brom away and then Watford at home. The next game was at home against big spending Manchester City in front of the Sky cameras.

Premier League predictions: Lawro v former world champion triathlete Non Stanford Mark Lawrenson takes on former world champion triathlete Non Stanford in the next round of Premier League matches.

Download Matchday early Our programme for tomorrow night's South Coast clash with Brighton and Hove Albion is now available to download on the App Store and Google Play. Provided by Tablish, each club programme will be available to download via the Tablish app.

Bournemouth v Brighton & Hove Albion Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's Premier League game between Bournemouth and Brighton and Hove Albion.

Bournemouth's season: four games, four defeats, one goal and central problem Eddie Howe’s decision to not to sign a strong midfielder in the summer transfer window becomes more baffling with each defeat in the Premier League.

Howe seeks return to AFC Bournemouth way Eddie Howe says AFC Bournemouth need to rediscover their traditional passing game if they are to end their four-match losing streak starting against Brighton and Hove Albion on Friday.

Chris Hughton expects Bournemouth's form to turn a corner soon Brighton manager Chris Hughton warned his team there is "certainly far more to come" from winless Bournemouth. The Seagulls head to the Vitality Stadium for Friday night's televised Premier League clash on the back of a morale-boosting 3-1 victory over West Brom, which was their first since returning to the top flight.

How do AFCB put things right? While Eddie Howe might not believe his team needs a major fix, there will be even more pressure on him and the players if they don't get a win soon. But is there really a quick fix? If the problems AFCB have been having are mainly mental confidence then a lot of work can be done to overcome that in the periods between games.

Matchday schedule: Brighton With the altered kick-off time of 8pm there are some amendments to our usual opening hours, so what's going on around the ground ahead of the big game? 9am SUPERSTORE OPEN. Our Superstore will be open from 9am as usual, all the way until kick-off.

Howe has no attitutde doubts "The trouble is in this league you can find a way to get beaten by anybody, so we just have to have a cool head, stick to what we know we can do and deliver." Bournemouth and Crystal Palace remain the only Premier League teams yet to get off the mark on the points front this term ahead of this weekend's fixtures with the Cherries second-bottom...

Cherries set to go 'back to basics' for Brighton battle BOSS Eddie Howe insisted Cherries will go “back to basics” in a bid to record their first Premier League win of the campaign tomorrow.

Injury news: Wilson and Stanislas progressing well Wilson is still recovering from a serious knee injury, but the manager is enthused by his work behind the scenes. "Callum isn't close, not yet," he confirmed. "But he's looking good, we haven't seen him back in training yet so there's still a way to go.

Howe - We have to get back to our fundamentals Brighton and Hove Albion are the opponents on Friday evening, with the Cherries boss speaking to the media in his pre-match press conference. We do it by going back to basics and getting the fundamentals of our game functioning. Historically we've always been very good on the ball and we haven't quite seen that.

Eddie could make a big call by putting Boruc back in goal While all the attention has been on the players that have played this season in the league, Artur Boruc still waits to see if he will get a go. He may be aware of why Asmir Begovic has been given his number one jersey for the start of the season, but he should be stepping up his efforts to try and get it back now.

Cherries ace Ake 'frustrated' and 'disappointed' by difficult spell NATHAN Ake vowed to graft hard after feeling “frustrated” and “disappointed” by his recent displays.

Premier League Cup berth leaves Fletcher jubilant CARL Fletcher could not hide his delight after watching Cherries under-21s qualify for the Premier League Cup.

Concern for Sunderland boss Grayson over Grabban injury THE severity of Lewis Grabban’s hamstring injury was yesterday due to be assessed.

Midfielder Cook 'knocking on the door' CHERRIES boss Eddie Howe admits Lewis Cook is close to earning a spot in his starting XI.

Francis 'raring to go' after recovery from hamstring problem SKIPPER Simon Francis insisted he was “raring to go” following his return to action at Arsenal.

AFC BOURNEMOUTH vs. BRIGHTON - English Premier League AFC Bournemouth is under a lot of pressure to start playing better, as they're still without any points in the new season of the Premier League. A good chance to win at least one point is the duel with Brighton on Friday. Both sides seem as big candidates for relegation, so this duel has a lot of importance.

Shrewsbury Crowdfunder Campaign Extended - 14/9/17 Shrewsbury Town's crowdfunding appeal to install and trial rail seating in their South Stand has hit the £50,000 mark and has now been extended.

Officials - Bournemouth v Brighton The Premier League have now announced the Match Day officials that will take charge of the game between Bournemouth and Brighton this Friday. Bournemouth host Brighton on Friday September 15 for the game at Dean Court and the match carries an 8pm kick off.

Sunderland AFC sweating on the fitness of key striker after injury against Nottingham Forest Grabban, on loan from AFC Bournemouth, was substituted after just 37 minutes of the Black Cats' 1-0 defeat at home to Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night after suffering a hamstring problem.

Gallery: Cherries prepare for Brighton The Cherries continue their preparations ahead of Friday night's game in intense training session.

AFC BOURNEMOUTH: Waiting for the real AFC Bournemouth to stand up We do not hold Eddie Howe in the reverence that some seem to, and we know he is not perfect, but to suggest a change after four games in could only come from the mouth of someone who hasn't got a clue. All manager's make mistakes and Eddie Howe, and the players, have admitted that things are not quite right.

Defoe calls for club to stick together Jermain Defoe knows all about poor starts to a season. He is clear though that AFCB are no Sunderland. The results have been poor and the performances just as bad, but there is great talent at AFCB and they have not managed to bring that out in games yet.

Send in your nominees for Fans' Champion Prior to each home game, a Fans' Champion will get the chance to walk out with the match ball in front of a filled up Vitality Stadium.

Loan watch: Surridge on target in mid-week fixtures Cherries youngster Sam Sturridge scored his first Football League goal as Yeovil Town played out a 2-2 draw with Morecambe. The forward, who played all 90 minutes for the Glovers, pounced on Jake Gray's cross from the right-hand side, finishing superbly at the far post.

Howe will stick to principles The Cherries have made a dreadful start to their Premier League campaign, with four straight losses seeing them 19th in the top-flight standings. There was no disgrace in losing to Manchester City and Arsenal but the fact that they have also gone down to West Brom and Watford will be of concern to the boss.

Hospitality available for Brighton cup game The club's hospitality packages are sold out for the Premier League season, meaning supporters now have a unique opportunity to watch the Cherries in style. The game kicks off at 7.45pm on Tuesday 19th September. In luxurious settings above Vitality Stadium, supporters can enjoy the following benefits pre, during and post-match.

Howe may turn to Lewis Cook now The central midfield area is not particularly effective in AFCB's game. There was an effort to change things with Andrew Surman being dropped for the last match, but there is still a lack of energy and precision in the passing from central areas.

Bournemouth v Brighton TV channel, kick-off time, date, odds and team news AFC Bournemouth take on newly promoted Brighton and Hove Albion at the Vitality Stadium in the Premier League this friday. Brighton will travel to the Cherries' home ground in good spirits after putting in a great performance against West Brom at the weekend, picking up their first win of the season.

Howe hopes Cherries will rediscover 'good feeling' BOSS Eddie Howe believes it could take “one moment” for Cherries to find the “good feeling” they need to get back on track.

Long does the trick in Rec cup win MAN of the match Chris Long plundered a hat-trick as Hamworthy Recreation booked their place in the second round of the Dorset Premier League Cup…

AFC Business' next breakfast confirmed Following on from September's popular event, the chance for local businesses to network and promote themselves is on Wednesday 1st November, starting at 7am. As usual, guests will have the choice of a full English or continental breakfast in Vitality Stadium's Top Floor Restaurant.

Fletcher looking forward to Premier League Cup test Fletcher was pleased with his side's character to come from behind against the Latics, as goals from Ollie Harfield, Connor Mahoney and an own goal sealed the team's passage into the group stage.

Under-21s qualify for Premier League Cup The Cherries fell behind early on thanks to an early James Barragan strike, but Carl Fletcher's men upped their game in the second-half with a trio of strikes, first from Ollie Harfield before Connor Mahoney and an own goal sealed qualification to the group stages.

Impact report released for Community Sports Trust The report includes details of all the Community Sports Trust's projects and programmes, whilst also highlighting the continued work with its various commercial sponsors and partners. Head of Community, Steve Cuss, has spoken of his delight at the trust's success over the past year.

Let's see the quality AFCB We have seen flashes of quality from this Bournemouth side when they played Man City and it appeared that Bournemouth were getting back on the right track before the Arsenal defeat. I don't see the Arsenal game as a real backward step though as AFCB just didn't seem on the game from the off.

Ref watch: Craig Pawson to officiate on Friday night The last time he refereed the Cherries was almost a year ago, in the 0-0 draw with Tottenham Hotspur at Vitality Stadium. He will be assisted by Richard West and Constantine Hatzidakis, with Chris Kavanagh taking the fourth official role.

Cook unfazed by recent Cherries form "We're still confident and know what we can achieve. It just takes that first win to get confidence levels up and then we can try to go on a run." . Signing Date:. Current Deal:. Current Deal:.

FPL gameweek four round up Sam Sonley heads the AFC Bournemouth fan league following the latest round of fixtures, after bagging 61 points and seeing his overall total accumulate to 268.

Young fan becomes first with Cherries hearing aids When children grow older they can become quite self-conscious and embarrassed, so anything that makes them feel proud and enjoy wearing them is invaluable." Alice Jeans, disabled liaison officer at AFC Bournemouth, said: "We are delighted that having the club's crest on his hearing aids has helped Alfie feel more confident and developed his...

'Gutted' Federici eager to bounce back Having spent so much time on the bench over the past couple of years, Federici was looking forward to seeing some regular game time with the Championship club and is determined to bounce back after his latest problem.

A quick fix is required AFCB need a quick fix if they are to start finding some points before they become ensconced in the bottom three. The longer they remain in that position the more accepted it becomes that the Cherries are in for a difficult season.

AFC Bournemouth v Brighton & Hove Albion predictions, betting tips and match preview - Cherries looking for Friday night inspiration AFC Bournemouth v Brighton and Hove Albion Premier League predictions, betting tips and match preview. After a dreadful start to the new campaign, the Cherries will be hoping to finally get their first points on the board with a win on Friday night.

First Premier League Goalscorers - 2017 Much is made about top Premier League goalscorers since the rebrand, but which player scored your clubs first ever strike for those sides preparing for top flight life in 2017/18.

Adam Federici: Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest end keeper's loan Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest rescind the loan of goalkeeper Adam Federici because of a knee injury.

Tickets for home game with Chelsea announced The game will kick-off at 5.30pm on Saturday 28th October. Supporters with 15+ points will be able to purchase on Wednesday, with the Cherries priority points scheme drops detailed below. Chelsea at home points schedule.

Tottenham away ticket details announced Full ticket details for the trip to Wembley can be found below. Opposition - Tottenham Hotspur FC. Kick-off date/time - Saturday 14th October 2017, 15:00pm K.O. Allocation size - Approx. 3000. Points Schedule.

Adam Federici back with Bournemouth following knee problem Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest have agreed to rescind goalkeeper Adam Federici's loan move to the Sky Bet Championship club. The Australian joined Forest on deadline day on a temporary deal which was set to run until mid-January. However, while on international duty with the Socceroos, Federici subsequently suffered a knee injury.

Federici's Forest loan rescinded Speaking on Monday, Nottingham Forest boss, Mark Warburton, explained: "Adam is having surgery and we have sent him our best wishes over that - but Bournemouth have basically rescinded the loan and taken their player back. "That is a magnificent gesture on their part.

Forest boss Warburton thankful after Bournemouth's 'magnificent gesture' Mark Warburton has thanked Bournemouth for their "magnificent gesture" after they agreed to rescind the loan of Adam Federici. The goalkeeper only arrived on loan at Nottingham Forest on transfer deadline day, but the Cherries have agreed to take him back and take on his wages after he was injured on international duty.

Former AFC Bournemouth, Bristol City and Ipswich Town forward insists he got a 'good shove' from AFC Wimbledon defender for Portsmouth penalty Former AFC Bournemouth, Bristol City and Ipswich Town forward Brett Pitman insists the referee was right to award a penalty for Portsmouth in their win over AFC Wimbledon on Saturday. The penalty was given for what the referee deemed was a push on Portsmouth captain Pitman by the Dons' Barry Fuller late in the first half.

Injured Federici's loan spell at Forest cancelled ADAM Federici's loan spell at Nottingham Forest has been cancelled as the Cherries goalkeeper prepares to go under the knife.

Nine new staff for Community Sports Trust On average, AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust works with over 4000 children and adults across 100 sessions per week, for children as young as one-year old to adults over 50. The addition of these new staff members will allow for the Community Sports Trust to have even greater reach within the local community.

Date released for England Disability Talent Day The event will be held at Dorset FA on 8th October and take place between 9:30am and 12pm. The day will consist of a short introduction, followed by a two-hour football session delivered by community coaches. Players will then be selected from the England Talent Day to join the Regional Talent Hub for the season.

AFCB are no where near they want to be It is not just the league position and the failure to pick up points that are a concern for Eddie Howe, it's the fact that the team is not performing to the standards set. Even more concerning is that it's not just one section of the team that is under performing, it's in every part of the pitch.

Loan watch: How did the Cherries get on this weekend But which of the Cherries impressed for their loan clubs? Defender Cargill registered an assist for Fleetwood Town in their dramatic 2-2 draw with Oldham Athletic. Kyle Dempsey's free-kick was headed back across goal by Cargill into Ash Eastham who scored the opener.

Cherries lacking confidence - Francis The defender admits the squad must look to improve its confidence levels over the next week as they plan for their next outing at home to Brighton on Friday. Francis told reporters: "I can't think of any other time while we have been in the Premier League when the lads have looked this down.

Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action Brighton provide perfect response, Everton are embarrassed, Liverpool have concerns beyond defence and Rafael Benítez sees progress from afar.

Eddie takes the blame Ultimately, the responsibility for AFCB's performances do rest with the manager and Eddie Howe is not shirking that responsibility. He fully understands that the team has not been good enough over the four games they have played not only by bring unlucky, but more importantly by not being fully prepared mentally and physically.

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We need to stand up and be counted says Gosling CHERRIES midfielder Dan Gosling insisted the time had come for Eddie Howe's men to "stand up and be counted".

Francis admits Cherries lacking in confidence SKIPPER Simon Francis admitted Cherries had not looked “confident enough” as they slumped to a dispiriting 3-0 defeat at Arsenal.

Fraser faces wait on ankle injury issue WINGER Ryan Fraser is set to receive further treatment on the ankle injury he picked up at Arsenal.

Howe 'won't accept' three of Cherries' four Premier League performances FRUSTRATED Eddie Howe revealed his “damning verdict” on Cherries’ disappointing start to the season after watching Arsenal ease to success at…

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AFC Totton's "exceptional" wing wizard Curtis Young has Yate Town under his spell CURTIS Young conjured up an early contender for AFC Totton's goal-of-the-season at the Total Branding Community Stadium on Saturday. But if it hadn't been for assistant boss Adam Wilde, the former AFC Bournemouth youngster would not have been on the pitch to score it.

ARSENAL 3 AFC BOURNEMOUTH 0: What we didn't like and what we didn't like It's always easy to blame the formation or individual players, but at the moment it wouldn't matter what formation or what players we played. Let's not waste any time here, the performance against Arsenal was poor, very poor, probably the worst of the season.

Gosling - We have to stand up and be counted Still yet to gain a Premier League point this campaign, Gosling told afcbTV that the Cherries squad will refocus their efforts ahead of Friday's home match with Brighton and Hove Albion. "We need to bounce back," the midfielder said.

Stanislas edges closer to return AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe believes that attacker Junior Stanislas could soon return to action. Stanislas ended last season by going under the knife to cure a persistent hernia problem, but has since struggled with groin and hip pain. He has missed pre-season, but is slowly picking up his rehabilitation work.

Federici set for surgery again AFC Bournemouth goalkeeper Adam Federici is set for another operation on his previous injured knee. The Australian international, who has dropped down the pecking order at Dean Court behind Asmir Begovic and Artur Boruc joined Championship side Nottingham Forest on transfer deadline day on loan.

Howe: I have to take responsibility AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe took full responsibility for the Cherries latest defeat to Arsenal. The Cherries have started the 2017/18 Premier League campaign with defeats to West Bromwich Albion, Watford, Manchester City and Arsenal.

Cherries Outgunned at Emirates As we got back to real football again after yet another turgid International break, we made the now familiar trip to the Emirates Stadium to play an Arsenal side that has been having its fair share of criticism in the media after some poor performances.

Welbeck double helps sink Eddie's down-trodden side 3-0 Defoe might have got Bournemouth fans singing, had he directed his shot inside the post, in the first few minutes of the second half, but when Welbeck made it three, Eddie Howe was left in a After the international break AFCB decided to make a change with Ryan Fraser replacing Andrew Surman in the starting 11.

Arsenal 3 - 0 AFC Bournemouth Match report - 09/09/17 Premier League - Danny Welbeck scored twice as Arsenal beat Bournemouth 3-0 and Alexis Sanchez returned to Emirates Stadium on Saturday. Alexis Sanchez returned to a mixed reception as Arsenal eased a tense Emirates Stadium with two first-half goals in a 3-0 Premier League win over Bournemouth.

Gallery: A selection of images from our defeat at Arsenal AFC Bournemouth were outclassed by an impressive Arsenal side at the Emirates on Saturday afternoon.

Arsène Wenger praises Arsenal’s attack against Bournemouth – video Arsène Wenger gives his verdict after Arsenal’s 3-0 victory against visitors Bournemouth at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.

Premier League: Danny Welbeck's brace against AFC Bournemouth lifts pressure off Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger London: Danny Welbeck's double fired Arsenal to a 3-0 victory over Bournemouth that lifted the pressure on Arsene Wenger on Saturday. England forward Welbeck struck in either half and also played his part in an Alexandre Lacazette goal at the Emirates Stadium as Arsenal recovered from their thrashing at Liverpool before the international break.

Howe's honest assessment on Arsenal defeat Two Danny Welbeck strikes and an Alexandre Lacazette goal condemned the Cherries to defeat. Here's the manager's take on his side's display against Arsene Wenger's side. ON THE PERFORMANCE… To be blunt, our performance wasn't very good. I've got to be honest with people, I've got to stand here and be honest, I can't hide it.

Defoe - We've got much more to offer We have so much more to offer than that. The lads show it every day in training and we need to prove ourselves. The manager won't be happy as he thought we could have got something out of this game, but it's important that we stick together now.

Danny Welbeck’s double eases Arsenal angst to see off feeble Bournemouth Arsène Wenger’s side eased to a 3-0 home win over Bournemouth with Welbeck’s movement and finishing too sharp for the disjointed visitors.

Arsenal 3-0 AFC Bournemouth - All The Goals And Best Bits Arsenal ran out 3-0 winners over AFC Bournemouth to get their Premier League season back on track at the Emirates. Matchday: Team News - Player Ratings - Match Highlights Match: Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth/ Stadium: Emirates Stadium Kick-Off : Sat 9 Sep 15:00.

Arsenal vs. AFC Bournemouth - Football Match Report - September 9, 2017 - ESPN Danny Welbeck struck twice as Arsenal eased to victory over Bournemouth to get their Premier League campaign back on track. The Gunners had lost to both Stoke and Liverpool heading into the international break but they were never in trouble here as Welbeck inspired them to a 3-0 win against a poor Cherries side.

Arsenal 3-0 AFC Bournemouth - Welbeck, Kolasinac And Ozil Star Arsenal beat AFC Bournemouth 3-0 at the Emirates thanks to goals from Alexandre Lacazette and a double from Danny Welbeck. Matchday: Team News - Player Ratings - Match Highlights Match: Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth/ Stadium: Emirates Stadium Kick-Off : Sat 9 Sep 15:00.

Livescoring 2017/09/09 - 16:00 - English Premier League - Emirates Stadium, - Full Time FULL-TIME: ARSENAL 3-0 BOURNEMOUTH. Arsenal win comfortably after Welbeck scored twice and Lacazette scored once. Wenger's worries are over for now as Arsenal have won this game convincingly.

Arsenal 3-0 Bournemouth However, the Cherries have now lost all four of their top-flight matches this season and Eddie Howe's team were second best throughout a one-sided encounter. It took only six minutes for Arsene Wenger's team to take the lead when Danny Welbeck headed Sead Kolasinac's cross past Asmir Begovic.

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Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth - Preview, Team News, Predicted Lineup, Betting Arsenal take on AFC Bournemouth at the Emirates Stadium this afternoon, hoping to undo a run of two consecutive defeats and get their season back on track. Matchday: Team News - Player Ratings - Match Highlights Match: Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth/ Stadium: Emirates Stadium Kick-Off : Sat 9 Sep 15:00.

Is this a great time to play Arsenal? Don't be fooled by all the tweets of Arsenal in crisis. Their players are likely to be hurting and anxious to rectify their poor form just like AFCB.

Mings enjoying ride on central line TYRONE Mings revealed he had instigated a positional switch – and is hoping to nail down a spot at the centre of the Cherries defence.

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Stanislas closing on return EDDIE Howe revealed Junior Stanislas had overcome injury and would be in contention to return in "a week or two".

Federici set for knee surgery and spell on sidelines GOALKEEPER Adam Federici is set for knee surgery and could face another lengthy period on the sidelines.

'He had a huge impact on my vision of football… I always used to look for Arsenal for inspiration' EDDIE Howe revealed Arsene Wenger's "huge impact" on his managerial career and said the Frenchman's Arsenal sides had provided…

Ticketing update: Friday 8th September Supporters are asked note that all details are correct as of 4:30pm on Friday 8th September. All tickets have now been issued for tomorrow's game at the Emirates Stadium. All tickets have now been issued for the game at Vitality Stadium. Tickets for the game are now on general sale, with approximately 4,000 tickets currently remaining.

Arsenal v Bournemouth: match preview On paper Arsenal have the talent to comfortably beat Bournemouth but Eddie Howe will be hoping his side can capitalise on a moment of fragility to earn, at least, a first point.

Daniels wins Premier League Goal of the Month Daniels unsurprisingly picked up the August gong - which is sponsored by Carling - for his sensational half-volley against Manchester City in the club's final outing before the international break.

Daniels wins Premier League's goal-of-the-month award CHARLIE Daniels's stunning strike against Manchester City has earned the defender the Premier League's goal-of-the-month award for August.

Preview: Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth Bournemouth will be aiming for their first win of the season when they host a disjointed Arsenal side at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Premier League:. Date: 9 September 2017 Match Day 4 Kick-off: 16H00 Venue: Emirates Stadium Referee: A.

Wounded Arsenal still a worry for Howe Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has faced intense criticism in recent weeks from fans, former players and various pundits. Alexis Sanchez remains the subject of transfer speculation - despite the fact the window has closed as he has entered the final year of his deal - and, on the pitch, Arsenal have failed to deliver.

England - Premier League - TeamTalk Preview: Arsenal and Bournemouth are both in desperate need of a win heading into their Premier League clash at the Emirates on Saturday.

Match preview: Arsenal vs AFC Bournemouth Arsenal's three home matches with AFC Bournemouth across all competitions have all ended in victory, with the most recent being a 3-1 win last November. ALSO READ: Match preview: Brighton vs West Bromwich Albion. Arsenal have not lost three successive Premier League matches since January 2012.

No deadline day bids made for Cherries players, says Howe BOSS Eddie Howe revealed Cherries had not received any bids for their players on deadline day.

Arsenal v Bournemouth Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Arsenal and Bournemouth.

Eddie Howe promises Bournemouth will not underestimate troubled Arsenal Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe will not underestimate the "huge quality" of Arsenal as his side look to heap more pressure on the Gunners with a first Premier League win.

Captain Francis 'should be in contention' for Arsenal clash CHERRIES boss Eddie Howe expects Simon Francis to be in contention for tomorrow's Premier League trip to Arsenal.

Injury news: Francis back in contention Elsewhere, the manager doesn't expect any fresh injury concerns ahead of the game. "We're in pretty good shape," he said. "I've not seen all the international boys yet but the ones I have seen have come back fine which is a plus. "Simon Francis is in contention and we're really pleased with his rehab.

Boss looking ahead to Arsenal challenge Last season It was certainly memorable, especially the ending of the 3-3 game. Reflecting on all the games we've had with Arsenal they've always been tight even if they've not tended to go our way. I have huge respect for them as a football club, but hopefully this one will swing our way.

Arsenal Vs AFC Bournemouth Preview - Stats, Key Men & Team News Arsenal host AFC Bournemouth at the Emirates stadium on Saturday afternoon with both Arsene Wenger and Eddie Howe under pressure to stop their sides' poor start. Some Arsenal fans are generally derided for being too impatient with their manager.

Rival Lines: "I have my doubts we'll see that Alexis again in an Arsenal shirt" Well we talked to one of the writers writers at the Daily Cannon for their opinion on Arsenal's summer transfers and start to the season. These are Jamie Einchcombe's thoughts. CC: What did you make of transfer deadline day for Arsenal - do things look as bad as Ian Wright would suggest?DC: Deadline day was disappointing.

I'm not ashamed to make mistakes says Tyrone Mings TYRONE Mings admitted he may have made mistakes when it came to his use of social media and said he hoped to learn from his experiences.

CHERRIES FEATURE: I'll do it Ty way REGRETS, he’s had a few. But Tyrone Mings would still do it his way.

Wenger launches defence of Ozil ARSENE Wenger has defended Mesut Ozil after the Arsenal forward came under fire from a number of the club's former favourites.

Sanchez expected to feature against Cherries ARSENE Wenger believes Alexis Sanchez will be "very quickly back to his best" after the forward stayed at Arsenal despite being heavily…

Cook meets Prince William AFC Bournemouth midfielder Lewis Cook has met Prince William at Kensington Palace following the Cherries success with England Under 20's.

Daniels: AFC Bournemouth is a great club AFC Bournemouth left back Charlie Daniels has signed a new three year contract with the club. The now 31 year old joined the Cherries from League One side Leyton Orient in November 2011. Daniels joined the Cherries initially on loan, but with a view to a permanent signing in January 2012 once the transfer window had opened.

Premier League predictions: Lawro v BBC NFL Show analysts Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell Mark Lawrenson takes on BBC NFL Show analysts Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell in the next round of Premier League matches.

Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth Betting: Leaky defences will mean goals galore in London There have been more than two goals scored in the last two Premier League meetings between these teams, with the Gunners grabbing three goals in both of those games; Betsafe offer a generous 107/100 that Wenger's men score more than two goals in this renewal.

Adam Federici: Nottingham Forest wait for update on injured Bournemouth keeper Nottingham Forest are waiting to hear the extent of the injury on-loan goalkeeper Adam Federici suffered while with Australia.

Changes to summer transfer window PREMIER League clubs have agreed to close the summer transfer window the day before the start of the 2018-19 season.

Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth - Wilshere Could Feature Arsene Wenger has given his team news ahead of Saturday's match with AFC Bournemouth and it's good news as far as Arsenal are concerned. The Gunners take on Bournemouth at the Emirates on Saturday hoping to get their season back on track after a difficult few weeks.

Charlie Daniels: AFC Bournemouth left-back agrees new three-year deal Bournemouth full-back Charlie Daniels has signed a new three-year contract on his 31st birthday.

Lemur Landings offering a mascot package The children's soft play centre are offering one mascot package prize to a lucky supporter for the clash with the Seagulls on Friday 15th September. The prize includes:.

Goadsby continue support of Community Sports Trust Their 2017/18 pledge means that the leading residential and commercial estate agency and property service provider are into their fourth season of supporting the project. As well selling and letting residential and commercial property across Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire, Goadsby are celebrating their 60th anniversary this year.

The AFC Bournemouth Walking Wounded - Injury News Our weekly update looking at the injury table for AFC Bournemouth and also comparing with all our competitors in the Premier League. An early season look look at our injuries and how they compare to other teams. Three games in: Hopefully these are just very brief injuries and clear quickly.

AFC Bournemouth news: Charlie Daniels signs new three-year contract with Premier League club Bournemouth have handed birthday boy Charlie Daniels a timely present with a three-year extension to his current contract.

Daniels signs new three-year deal "As well as signing new players during the summer, it was important to keep hold of those we already had, and I'm delighted that Charlie has agreed to remain here for the next three years and continue this fantastic journey that both he and the club have been on."

New deal for Daniels CHERRIES star Charlie Daniels has signed a new three-year contract.

Daniels extends Cherries stay The defender, who turned 31 on Thursday, has been a regular in the Cherries' back four since making a permanent move - following a loan spell - from Leyton Orient in 2012, helping them reach promotion to the Premier League in 2014/15.

Unhappy Leicester man Gray reveals deadline-day fiasco Demarai Gray has revealed how uncertain his Leicester future became when bids were made for him on transfer deadline day. The 21-year-old forward remains a target for Bournemouth, with manager Eddie Howe and coach Richard Hughes attending the Vitality Stadium to watch Gray excel for England Under-21s on Tuesday evening.

Premier League 2017-18: Where will your team finish this season? Who will win the title and who is going down? Predict how the Premier League table will look this season and share it with your friends.

Is a win just around the corner for the Cherries? While the defeats that AFCB have suffered have got them into trouble, I don't see it as a hole they can't climb out of. The losses were only by one or two goals and Eddie usually gets a response from the players, as he did against Man City, when things need a turnaround.

Gray reveals respect for Howe and admits to 'interesting' deadline day DEMARAI Gray expressed his respect for Cherries boss Eddie Howe and admitted there had been “a lot going on” during the final day of the…

Officials - Arsenal v Bournemouth The Premier League have now announced the Match Day officials that will take charge of the game between Arsenal and Bournemouth this Saturday. Arsenal host Bournemouth on Saturday September 9 for the game at the Emirates Stadium and the match carries a 3pm kick off.

Labour Take Stand On Betting Shirt Sponsorship Some would argue maybe Labour have better things to concern themselves with, but deputy leader Tom Watson has said the party would ban betting shirt sponsorships.

Fletcher feels side will improve from Wimbledon defeat The manager spoke to after the 1-0 home reverse as the side's league season got underway. ON THE PHYSICALITY… It was a really good test, we always know Wimbledon will provide a tough, physical challenge and they have lots of good strong players who will put us under pressure.

Premier League: AFC Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings signs new long-term contract with club Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings has signed a new long-term contract to extend his two-year stay at the Premier League club. Mings joined Bournemouth from Championship side Ipswich Town in 2015 but sustained a serious knee injury on his league debut.

September breakfast event a success As well as having the chance to create new business contacts and to promote their businesses, the guests were served a full English or continental breakfast, as well as entering the business prize draw for two tickets to the Cherries' Premier League game with Leicester City.

MacDonald undergoes rehab at former club Cherries SHAUN MacDonald has undergone rehabilitation at former club Cherries as he works his way back to fitness after suffering an horrific injury.

Tyrone Mings: AFC Bournemouth defender signs new contract Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings signs a new "long-term" contract with the club.

Mings pens new contract Mings follows in the footsteps of Steve Cook, Harry Arter, Adam Smith and Dan Gosling in agreeing new contracts this summer, and said: "It was an easy decision for me because I'm very settled down here. "The first two years of my time wasn't an easy one, with trying to get in the team and getting injured on my debut.

New deal for Cherries star Mings TYRONE Mings has become the latest Cherries star to commit to the club after penning an improved long-term contract.

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