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Bourne winner: Cherries boss Eddie Howe is next top Premier League manager

By Ellen Farrell.

Howe has taken the once financially-troubled club from League Two to the riches of the top flight but the challenge now for Bournemouth will be keeping hold of the rising star. 522 more words

Blogs

Champions Bournemouth are heading to the Premier League

We have all known Bournemouth were heading to the Premier League since Monday but on Saturday afternoon the Cherries also bagged the Championship title after a 3-0 win at Charlton. 290 more words

Champions League

Bournemouth beat Bolton, all but officially seal promotion to the Premier League

Barring an unforeseen disaster of catastrophic proportions — losing their final game of the season by more than a dozen goals — Bournemouth will officially seal promotion to the Premier League for the 2015-16 season on Saturday. 428 more words

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FIVE STAR BOURNEMOUTH HEAD FOR THE HEIGHTS

Eddie Howe was delighted as his Bournemouth side remarkably notched five goals for the fifth time this season by thrashing Fulham 5-1 at Craven Cottage on Friday. 403 more words

Football

Bournemouth's Ritchie Given First Call-Up

AFC Bournemouth winger Matt Ritchie has received his first call up to the Scotland squad for the games against Northern Ireland and Gibraltar.

Strikers Jordan Rhodes, of Blackburn Rovers, and Ross McCormack, of Fulham, are recalled by Gordon Strachan. 229 more words

Becki Cookson

Who have you voted Swindon Town's greatest player of the 21st Century?

Relegation, Promotion and the threat of Administration, twice. The 21st Century has not been a boring one for Swindon Town fans but while 2000 onwards will be best remembered so far for Wembley heartbreak, more Wembley heartbreak, Paul Hart and Paolo Di Canio, who have been the players that put smiles on Swindon folks’ faces? 1,869 more words

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Ben Wills recently polled Swindon Town supporters asking who is the greatest player of the 21st century at the County Ground. Here he reflects on your top ten...

Who have you voted Swindon Town's greatest player of the 21st Century?

Relegation, Promotion and the threat of Administration, twice. The 21st Century has not been a boring one for Swindon Town fans but while 2000 onwards will be best remembered so far for Wembley heartbreak, more Wembley heartbreak, Paul Hart and Paolo Di Canio, who have been the players that put smiles on Swindon folks’ faces? 1,869 more words

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