Monday, 14 April 2014

Momentum lost at Yeovil but hopes remain high

AFCB had been on a great winning run in recent weeks. While they could not extend that against Yeovil  they did at least come home undefeated, which was not such a bad result and could be very important in the end. It would have been great to see another away win in front of such a good turnout of Bournemouth fans, and it would have set the team up to be the team that was close to poll position for sixth spot come the Easter matches.


AFCB players start their warm up at Huish Park.
While the momentum has fallen off slightly I think the games against Ipswich and Nottingham Forest will be the ones that ultimately decide where AFCB finish this season. There is still plenty to be excited about and if Bournemouth win their games they will not be far away from things. I hope that I will still be looking to hear news from other grounds on the final day of the season as to what is happening in games elsewhere that affect AFCB. If Bournemouth are in with a shout of something special like they were last season it is always something to be remembered when you are at an away ground.

It is important to consider that things can change very quickly. A win for a team this week does not always mean they will win their next four games and one defeat for Reading, Brighton or Ipswich will not rule them out of the play-off race either. Staying in the race until the last match is what I hope for. If AFCB need a win on that final day and other results to go for them I would happily take that right now.

If you missed out on Yeovil's sing along pre-match you can have a listen here. It was very entertaining and we loved the Somerset accent over the airwaves.



If you were singing along you are in trouble!!



Michael Dunne has released a double All Depertments' Kangaroo Court Podcast on AFCB v Reading and Yeovil v AFCB. You can listen on All Departments' website or listen by clicking on the sound bar in the right hand panel or download Cherry Chimes App to visit All Departments.

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