Room 101?Were we lucky to have 11 men on the pitch? Were Watford? Was the outcome correct?Back of the Net Shared .
And It's Live….Back of the Net has been giving Boscombe supporters a voice for nearly five years, whether it's through audible fan thoughts on the pod, or vox-pops outside the ground on the channel - plus we provide reactions to news stories that emanate from Dean Court, as well as frequent uploads of behind the scenes features, interviews and forthright...Back of the Net Shared .
Same Old St AndrewsBournemouth have never lost at St Andrews, and on Friday night in front of the cameras, this records continued in style, as Cherries put in a solid performance which showed a lot of promise to overcome Coventry 3-1.Back of the Net Shared .
Danjuma The Difference!Arnaut Danjuma proved the difference on Sunday in a resilient AFC Bournemouth performance which saw us overcome Norwich City 1-0, thanks to a superb turn and shot from our Dutch delight.Back of the Net Shared .
The Bare Necessi-TeesWhilst a goal for Dom ensured that our attacking talisman got off the mark in the Championship, a late equaliser from Boro left Cherries fans cursing missed opportunities, so whilst there was bitterness in Bournemouth, there was rejoicing at the Riverside, as 1000 fans inside the stadium witnesses their side picking up their first points of the...Back of the Net Shared .
Rovers Returned… But Three Points EarnedCherries got back to winning ways on Saturday at home to Blackburn Rovers in a satisfying performance which saw a tentative start, the usual Bournemouth mistakes, but then a return to kamikaze Cherries brand of football that we know, and love!Back of the Net Shared .
Benfica Tests and Championship GuestsAFC Bournemouth's pre-season finally got under way on Sunday against a team with plenty of European pedigree by the way of Portugese side Benfica.Back of the Net Shared .
Cries and Goodbyes As Cherries DownsizeOnce again it's been a busy weekend in the world of AFC Bournemouth, with Cherries "reluctantly" accepting a bid of £18.5 million for Aaron Ramsdale from Sheffield United, plus the news that club legends Andrew Simon and Simon Francis have left the club.Back of the Net Shared .
Can Succession Mean Progression?On this show, we take in some raw reaction from a number of fans who joined our Youtube show to discuss the appointment.Back of the Net Shared .
Eddie Had A Dream, Will We Have A Nightmare?Eddie Had A Dream, but on Saturday evening, the majority of Cherries fans had a nightmare.Back of the Net Shared .
The End Of An EraOn Sunday, Bournemouth's 5 year stint in the Premier League came to an end after a survival Sunday showdown which saw Aston Villa claim the point they needed to ensure their Premier League safety.Back of the Net Shared .
On The PrecipiceSometimes, I simply wish I didn't like football. Saints professionally dispatched of Bournemouth 2-0 at the Vitality with goals from Che Adams and former Cherry Danny Ings on Sunday, and whilst a dominant first half display looked promising for the home side - two clinical moments at the end of each half helped to adjust the chances of Premier...Back of the Net Shared .
The Feet Of IniestaBoscombe gave themselves a lifeline at home in a 4-1 win which, to be honest...Back of the Net Shared .
A "Good" Defeat?Whilst Cherries lost 5-2 at Manchester United this weekend, you can't say it was gutless, and you can't say that the players didn't care, but once again, our tactical inadequacies were exposed, and whether that's down to the individuals on the pitch or the man who instructs them is yet to be known.Back of the Net Shared .
I Know We Loved The Championship But…Surely we don't want to return there? Well, if you speak to fans of Bournemouth, Watford, West Ham and Aston Villa - there is unanimous consensus that their respective clubs do not seem to have the urgency to retain Premier League football.Back of the Net Shared .
Do They Know We're Eighteenth? !Cherries returned to Premier League football on Saturday, live in front of the nation - but lost 0-2 to a well organised Crystal Palace side who barely had to get out of second gear to claim the victory against us.Back of the Net Shared .
Warren Cummings and Brian StockWarren is a Scottish international who clocked up over 250 appearances for the Cherries. He put in great defensive performances on the pitch but also had a desire to get forward - he was full of energy on the pitch and stayed around with us for around ten seasons, so this meant that for his services to AFC Bournemouth, he received a testimonial...Back of the Net Shared .
Tommy HeffernanSome forthright and strongly worded views from one of the legends of the 80's - Tommy Heffernan.Back of the Net Shared .
Ian BishopHe went on to have lengthy spells at Manchester City and West Ham - before retiring over in America - where he now lives - he has been an artist, a poker star, and now, is a seasoned podcaster - always an entertainer, forever an icon.Back of the Net Shared .
Yann KermorgantHe joined us half-way through our first Championship season, enabling us to finish in a solid 10th spot, but in his first full season, he scored 17, assisted many more, and went on to help lift the trophy at his former club, as AFC Bournemouth won the title on the final day.Back of the Net Shared .
Steve FletcherThe word "legend" is often over-used, but Steve Fletcher encompasses the spirit of AFC Bournemouth - with a determination to overcome adversity.Back of the Net Shared .
Brett PitmanWe're joined by Brett Pitman to discuss his career at AFC Bournemouth. On the pitch he has been through it all, with promotions, relegations, medals and more - and off-the-pitch the club was a bit tasty too!Back of the Net Shared .
Kelly Somers, Kris Temple and Peter RutzlerA media perspective on all things AFC Bournemouth as we chat to current Premier League, BBC, and Optus Sport presenter Kelly Somers, BBC broadcaster and global event sports announcer Kris Temple, with Peter Rutzler - the AFC Bournemouth correspondent from The Athletic.Back of the Net Shared .
Milton Graham and Ian ThompsonTowards the end of this decade there was the famous promotion under Harry Redknapp, however, before that came an afternoon that many a Cherry will never forget, and this was the 2-0 FA Cup Third Round demolition of Man Utd at Dean Court.Back of the Net Shared .
Harry Redknapp Post-DinnerThis show is powered by Living Home Tech - Spending more time at home makes you realise just how much we all need reliable technology for entertainment, video conferencing, gaming and more.Back of the Net Shared .
Harry Redknapp Pre-DinnerThis show is powered by Living Home Tech - Spending more time at home makes you realise just how much we all need reliable technology for entertainment, video conferencing, gaming and more.Back of the Net Shared .
Tony Funnell and Keith WilliamsTony Funnell played for Bournemouth, Gillingham, Brentford and Southampton, as well as managing locally with Hamworthy United and Poole Town.Back of the Net Shared .
Matt RitchieAd This show is powered by Living Home Tech - Spending more time at home makes you realise just how much we all need reliable technology for entertainment, video conferencing, gaming and more.Back of the Net Shared .
John Williams and Paul MorrellFirstly, Paul Morrell - one of Bournemouth's best left-backs in the history of the club - a player who donned the Cherries shirt for 10 years, notching nearly 350 appearances for us.Back of the Net Shared .
Marc PughThis show is powered by Living Home Tech. Spending more time at home makes you realise just how much we all need reliable technology for entertainment, video conferencing, gaming and more.Back of the Net Shared .
Trevor WatkinsIn the latest of The Lockdown interviews, we speak to Cherries supporter and former Cherries Chairman Trevor Watkins, who was thrust into the limelight in 1997 - pioneering a takeover which saw AFC Bournemouth become Europe's first community football club.Back of the Net Shared .
Marvin BartleyIn the third of The Lockdown interviews, we chatted extensively with Marvin Bartley, a player who clocked up over 100 appearances for the club, one of them being our promotion at Burton.Back of the Net Shared .
Tommy ElphickTommy Elphick joins us in the Lockdown Interviews - featuring raw unabridged audio from our recent chat on Youtube and Facebook, where we discuss his time at the Cherries - including that infamous Championship winning season!Back of the Net Shared .
Matt HollandWe discuss the moment he signed for the club, the Great Escape season, that night at the Winter Gardens...Back of the Net Shared .
Football Is Back? Triffic!As the date of the potential resumption of Premier League football is announced, we bring together the seasoned views of former Cherries icons John Williams, Paul Morrell, Tony Funnell, Keith Williams and Trevor Watkins - who over the last weeks and months have had their say on Project Restart.Back of the Net Shared .
Championship Elation and Off-Pitch VexationThis podcast is proudly sponsored by Living Home Tech. Spending more time at home makes you realise just how much we all need reliable technology for entertainment, video conferencing, gaming and more.Back of the Net Shared .
All Talk and No ActionPlus, in a special interview, we spoke with former AFC Bournemouth midfielder Matt Holland about his time at the Cherries.Back of the Net Shared .
What Do We Do Now?On this podcast, there will be many C words being mentioned, including a bit of Crystal Palace, a slice of Cherries, a dash of Coronavirus, but don't worry there won't be any Boris Johnson...Back of the Net Shared .
A Sign Of Things To ComeCherries slipped to a 2-1 to a shaky Liverpool side - with the league leaders edging ever close to their first Premier League title.Back of the Net Shared .
A Point Well MadeIn this podcast Sam Davis is joined by Jeff Hayward to dissect the match against Chelsea, one which feels like a point well made, but with other results going very much against us at the weekend, Eddie Howe's charges are sitting in the relegation zone on goal difference.Back of the Net Shared .
Staring Down the VAR-rel?Sam Davis is joined by Jeff Hayward as we discuss the match at Turf Moor, dissecting the inconsistencies and the misdemeanours that led to a three goal defeat.Back of the Net Shared .
Grim Oop NorthOn this podcast we also chat to Louise Clarke from Proud Cherries. After the Phillip Schofield "revelation" on Friday, many people have been exclaiming that in this day and age, no one should need to come out and make a big deal of it anymore, however, we chat to the figurehead of the Cherries LGBT+ group and find out why it is still important...Back of the Net Shared .
A Team Talk To Inspire And Boscombe On FireCherries are looking something like the side we know and love after two wins on the spin, with the latest victory coming at the expense of Aston Villa.Back of the Net Shared .
A Learning CurveAlong with the usual Do You Remember trivia, we also preview the Aston Villa game on Saturday, where home fans will be hoping for and expecting nothing less than a win, in a crucial fixture which could once again be into this bumper hour long pod is a chat with Scott Charlton and Dave Fitzgerald from Lashings, who are running a unique AFCB...Back of the Net Shared .
A Rallying CryWe also preview the Brighton game on Tuesday night, and issue a rallying cry for supporters to come together and get behind the boys for what is going to be a match which could be the usual trivia with "Do You Remember", plus we look forward to an event that is happening in April where you can have the chance to witness Cherries stars of the...Back of the Net Shared .
Flags-A-Plenty But Running On EmptyIn order to improve the atmosphere at Dean Court, AFC Bournemouth put out 5000 flags in order to inspire the home supporters to cheer the lads towards three points, however, the team that appeared in red and black on Sunday looked anything but inspired in an insipid performance which left the majority speechless.Back of the Net Shared .
All the TwentiesAs we enter 2020, having scored 20 goals, Cherries sit in the Premier League's relegation zone on 20 points - and after a poor showing against West Ham at the London Stadium, Bournemouth fans were looking for something to cheer about as we welcomed Luton Town to the Vitality Stadium in an FA Cup Third Round tie.Back of the Net Shared .
Decent Decade But Cherries FadeWhat an incredible decade it has been for AFC Bournemouth. This time ten years ago we were entertaining Torquay at Dean Court, with Pitman and Feeney on the scoresheet - and oh how we'd have loved to have that attacking prowess on Saturday, as Cherries got shat on by the Seagulls, in a 2-0 win for Brighton - a scoreline which really mattered,...Back of the Net Shared .
Burnley Bingo? Completed It Mate!It was a poor game, and not a great advert for the Premier League, but it was a late Jay Rodriguez goal that separated the sides.Back of the Net Shared .
Jingle All The WayCherries at the weekend astonished the naysaying media, the bookies, and even their own supporters - with a phenomenal performance at Stamford Bridge emerging 1-0 victors against Chelsea, and in this podcast, Jeff Hayward and Sam Davis dissect the game with some analysis and opinion.Back of the Net Shared .
A Team Full Of LermasIn this podcast, Jeff Hayward and Sam Davis discuss the game at Dean Court this weekend, expressing an overall feeling of disappointment but bewilderment at how things can continually become more awful for AFC Bournemouth.Back of the Net Shared .
Right Tune But Wrong NotesOn Saturday though, Bournemouth were more flat than sharp, as we succumbed to a trio of goals from the on-song Spurs - their frontmen being instrumental in striking the right chord to ensure their fans marched home with smiles which, given their late generosity, were more minor than major.Back of the Net Shared .
Dropping Like A StoneCherries poor form continued on Saturday in a frustratingly predictable performance against Wolves which saw us go down to ten men and concede two sloppy goals in the first half.Back of the Net Shared .
A Game Of Three ThirdsAFC Bournemouth's topsy-turvy campaign continued at the weekend in a 2-1 defeat at Newcastle, a match which saw the good, the bad and the ugly - a microchasm of our season in just ninety minutes.Back of the Net Shared .
A Glint Of MenaceSam was on hand throughout the game with some raw audio, and captured the moment Josh King gave AFC Bournemouth the lead, plus, he managed to catch a half-time word with the author of "Eddie Had A Dream" - Peter Bell, who gave an update on how the book is going - and all the signs are good.Back of the Net Shared .
Woulda Shoulda CouldaHow does the offer of free beer appeal to you? If yes, we have teamed with with Beer 52 to offer Back of the Net listeners a cheeky offer where you can enjoy 10 craft beers at no cost to you - all you need to do is cover the delivery of less than a fiver.Back of the Net Shared .
Are We As Good As We Think We Are?How does the offer of free beer appeal to you? If yes, we have teamed with with Beer 52 to offer Back of the Net listeners a cheeky offer where you can enjoy 10 craft beers at no cost to you - all you need to do is cover the delivery of less than a fiver.Back of the Net Shared .
Eddie Had A DreamWhat makes Eddie Howe and Jason Tindall successful coaches - Match analysis, game by game - The struggle to stay in the league in the Minus 17 season - Eddie Howe and Jason Tindall's departure - The Burnley FC years - The people that supported and influenced Eddie Howe's career - The promotion seasons at AFC Eddie for coming back, the last seven...Back of the Net Shared .
A Game of Two HalvesThis week, Sam Davis is flying solo on the podcast, and takes you on a journey to Arsenal and back, stopping via the Faltering Fullback in Finsbury Park, whilst also recording some raw audio from the match - where it really could be considered that a streaker was the highlight of the game...Back of the Net Shared .
Deflated with a DesmondThis week Jeff Hayward and Sam Davisetake us through the analysis of Saturday's performanced against the Iron as Bournemouth ended up drawing 2-2 in a contest that was ultimately decided by VAR.Back of the Net Shared .
The South Coast Is OursIn this podcast, Sam Davis and Jeff Hayward review the match, plus we get your opinion on the game - with some audio submitted right after the final whistle outside the ground, as well as other clips coming in via the phone and Whatsapp.Back of the Net Shared .
Cookie AcceptanceAlso, on Friday night, we travel up the road to Southampton for "El Clasicoast", so we preview the match with the help of Freddie from The Ugly Inside Youtube Channel to hear the Saints view of their "lesser" South Coast derby!Back of the Net Shared .
VAR, Vardy… And Feeling MardyCherries went down 3-1 to Leicester City at the weekend in a controversial match which should have seen the home side down to 10 men.Back of the Net Shared .
Wilson! Wowee!In this week's offering, Jeff Hayward and Michael Dunne dissect the loss to the Citizens, discussing formations, free-kicks and foolish refereeing decisions!Back of the Net Shared .
Three Points, Beers on the Train, Happy Days!One of our Youtube Channel contributors Andy was more than delighted with his performance, by exclaiming that he was chuffed that Bournemouth had come away with three points.Back of the Net Shared .
Frustration, Relief, And Total DespairCherries drew 1-1 with Sheffield United at the weekend, and in this podcast, Jeff and Sam go over events at the Vitality Stadium - and take in the thoughts of AFCB fans who have submitted their views too!Back of the Net Shared .
My God That Guy Is TalentedWe're very pleased to also have the opinions of a number of Cherries fans who got in touch to voice their positivity too - with a number of supporters looking at a top ten finish!Back of the Net Shared .