AFC Bournemouth Podcasts


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79 - Staring Down the VAR-rel? Cherries lost 3-0 away to Burnley on Saturday in a match riddled with yet more ineptness from the Premier League. Whilst relegation might spell doom for most AFCB fans, to others there's a growing solace that should the worst happen, at least we'll be competing in a league where there's an iota of consistency. Back of the Net
Interview With a Football Manager: Mark Molesley Mark chats to Tifo about the reality of football management, how he juggles his two jobs, how he prepares his sides for games, and how with limited time and resources he's earned promotion with part-time Weymouth, who are now in the playoff places in the National League South. Audioboom - Bournemouth Football
78 - Grim Oop North On Sunday, Cherries travelled to Bramall Lane in another must win encounter but sadly emerged losing 2-1 after Sheffield United gave us a lesson in doggedness and determination. Conditions were awful throughout the country, and to many people's surprise - the game still went ahead. Back of the Net
77 - A Team Talk To Inspire And Boscombe On Fire Cherries 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. On the eve of the match, Cherries supporter Dan Hall was invited in by Fletch and Eddie to talk to the players and deliver a speech which would inspire and encourage. Back of the Net
76 - A Learning Curve Cherries went down 2-1 at home to Arsenal in the Cup on Monday night, evidently with half an eye on the more substantial "cup tie" at the weekend against Aston Villa in the Premier League. Back of the Net
Unserious football individual Liverpool take a step closer to the title and Bournemouth a step closer to the drop. Plus we discuss Gary Cahill's comeback, Pepe Reina's hotel rooms and Adama Traore - football loophole. Audioboom - Bournemouth Football
75 - A Rallying Cry Each and every game that goes past, the need for a performance and togetherness becomes more imperative. Against Brighton on Tuesday, we will be seeing a pivotal match in our Premier League history, one which might potentially have reverberations in more ways than we expect. Back of the Net
141: Norwich City V AFC Bournemouth preview: Daniel Farke's press conference Norwich City take on AFC Bournemouth at Carrow Road in the Premier League. Here we bring you Daniel Farke's full pre-match press conference, speaking to the gathered media at the Lotus Training Centre in Colney, including our Group Football Editor Paddy Davitt. Audioboom - Bournemouth Football
74 - Flags-A-Plenty But Running On Empty In 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
73 - All the Twenties As 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
A joke football club run by clowns RUNNING ORDER: - PART 1: More football on the telly? - PART 2a: Arsenal 2-0 Man Utd - PART 2b: Southampton 1-0 Tottenham - PART 2c: Watford 2-1 Wolves - PART 3a: West Ham 4-0 Bournemouth - PART 3b: Burnley 1-2 Aston Villa and Brighton 1-1 Chelsea - PART 4: Newcastle 0-3 Leicester, Man City 2-1 Everton and Norwich 1-1 Crystal Palace - PART 5: FA... Audioboom - Bournemouth Football
72 - Decent Decade But Cherries Fade What an incredible decade it has been for AFC Bournemouth. It was another horror show that didn't contain much joy - goals from Alireza Jahanbakhsh and Aaron Mooy sealed AFCB's fate in a poor showing which will leave Eddie with plenty to think about. Back of the Net