AFC Bournemouth


AFC Bournemouth beat Brighton & Hove Albion in the Carabao Cup after extra time. This was the second time the teams met in five days. Joshua King’s first goal of the season in extra-time, sent the Cherries into the next round. Both sides made changes from Friday’s game and fought a closely contested match with …

AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe says that Callum Wilson is not yet ready for a return to action but has been impressive in his rehabilitation work. Wilson is recovering from a serious knee injury, but his boss is enthused by his work behind the scenes. “Callum isn’t close, not yet,” he said. “But he’s looking …

AFC Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest have agreed to rescind Adam Federici’s loan move to the City Ground. The Australian goalkeeper joined Forest on loan until the middle of January on transfer deadline day, but just 48 hours later he suffered a knee injury while on international duty. Now facing an operation, both clubs have agreed …

Tyrone Mings’ decision to pen a new long-term contract with AFC Bournemouth has been welcomed by his manager, Eddie Howe. “It’s always good, from our perspective, to see players commit themselves to the future of the football club,” said the Cherries boss. “The cost of signing players is so extreme nowadays that you have to …

AFC Bournemouth defender Charlie Daniels has signed a new three-year contract. The 31-year-old, who initially joined AFC Bournemouth on loan before joining on a permanent basis has been a regular for the Cherries over the past six years. The new contract should at least keep Daniels at AFC Bournemouth until the summer of 2020. “It’s …

AFC Bournemouth’s Tyrone Mings has signed a new long-term deal. Mings, suffered a serious knee injury on his debut for the club but is looking to continue establishing himself in Eddie Howe’s team. Following the successful contract renewals of Steve Cook, Harry Arter, Adam Smith, Joshua King and Dan Gosling, Mings said: “It was an …

EDDIE Howe says that he is relishing the challenge of keeping Bournemouth in an ever-improving Premier League. The Cherries comfortably retained their top-flight status in their first season after promotion and last term finished ninth. But with Premier League spending in the current transfer window already at an all-time record level,Howe is anticipating their biggest …

BOURNEMOUTH manager Eddie Howe admits that he could still do with one extra body. But he also believes that while his squad may be ‘short in numbers’ they are ‘very high in quality.’ The Cherries opened the new Premier League season with a disappointing 1-0 defeat at West Bromwich Albion last weekend and were hoping …