Saturday, 29 March 2014

The Cherries March on - Birmingham next!

The feel good factor just keeps growing at AFC Bournemouth. All the fans are fully behind what Eddie Howe, Jason Tindall, Jeff Mostyn and Maxim Demin are trying to achieve and the club continues on its upsurge pushing aside the so-called big clubs. Is this as good as it gets?
Cherry Bear must have enjoyed this season.
 He has had so many more Junior Cherries to look after.
I am not sure that AFCB want to slow down any time soon. It is a shame the season won't continue past the 3rd May unless AFCB are involved in the play-offs, because I think the players are just beginning to hit their stride in the Championship. The last minute win against Barnsley gave the team another injection of pride and passion and it was unleashed on Leeds United with a fury that the opposition could not live with. The month of March has been fantastic and we still have Birmingham to play today.
It's certainly been good looking on from the stands.
Lewis Grabban said in his post-match interview that AFCB don't want to be known as a little club any more. Indeed he said that they "are a progressive team that is developing." The development has been nothing short of sensational in the last four months. The team has picked itself up from some heavy defeats and has set about embracing the Championship and results have steadily come, supported by the addition of Lee Camp and Yann Kermorgant, making the defence more solid, while giving the forward department another dimension.

If you see a plane circling the ground at St Andrews it is most likely to say "Great job Eddie Howe." We may not be Man Utd, but we know when we have a good manager. 

Bournemouth look a powerful side now and in full flow they are a real handful, which is something they did not have at the start of the season. It's not job done yet, but the omens are good and all the players already know that they are re-writing AFCB's history again this season. So there's plenty to smile about. 

Champagne football Michael Dunne called it on All Departments - I'll have some of that. UTCIAD! Safe trip to everyone! 

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The Made in Brum Fanzine fanzine should be out just before the game at the St Andrew's stadium. I hope some of you can pick up a copy. 

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