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Match Recap: Bournemouth v Aston Villa

Aston Villa 1, Bournemouth 0

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In the midst of fallen balloons and a noisy crowd, reality of tough life in the EPL set in for Bournemouth in the 72nd minute when a Rudy Gestede header put Aston Villa up 1-0 for good. 166 more words

Epl

Key player for each EPL club

This is the second half of a two part series where we identify the top player on each English Premier League team. Big thanks to my friend Jack Venezia for helping me out with this one.  1,218 more words

Soccer

2015/16 season preview: Bournemouth

After an incredible rise through the leagues, Bournemouth will be playing against the top clubs this season after securing promotion from the Championship. Many are expecting a tough season for the Cherries, but can they upset the odds? 553 more words

Premier League

Premier League 2015/16 Preview - Bournemouth

Bournemouth gained plaudits across the board for their easy-on-the-eye style which took them to the Championship title last season. Manager Eddie Howe has vowed to keep true to this philosophy, which has been reinforced by the signings of Christian Atsu and Josh King. 113 more words

Football

Premier League Preview

Each couple of days or so, we will go through each Premier League team with a Preview article. A look ahead to the coming season. 325 more words

Fantasy Premier League

Premier League New Boys Readying £10 Million Bid For Palace Striker

A report by The Mirror’s Alex Crook suggests that Bournemouth may be prepared to pay £10 million to secure Dwight Gayle’s signature from Crystal Palace after enquiring about the striker’s availability earlier in the summer. 393 more words

Crystal Palace

Premier League New Boys Are In Pole Position To Sign Palace Striker

Dwight Gayle remains the subject of transfer speculation, with a report on Football League World suggesting that Bournemouth are now in pole position to secure his signature after Wolves were put off by the price tag placed on his shoulders by the Eagles. 267 more words

Crystal Palace