Wednesday, 18 June 2014

What are you most looking forward to next season?

Next season's fixture programme is being put
together and is out this morning.
There are times when I look at the calendar and think August is a long way off. But to fully enjoy the start of next season we all need to recover, reassess and look forward to things that are yet to come. There are many things that would be pleasing to think about whether it be the next wave from Eddie Howe, a brilliant save from Lee Camp or another step forward in Ryan Fraser's development just to name a few. The players at AFCB are believed to be some of the best the club has ever had and it would be hard to disagree with that assumption when we look at the points they amassed by the end of May.

Taking a look to the future though and I no longer see one or two individuals or just the management and chairman driving this club forward. The fans have the chance to be part of this club like never before. I will be pleased to see all those faces again looking on from the stands with lots of expectation and excitement knowing that we have one of the best teams in the club's history in front of us to watch for another 46 league games. The fixtures are out today and we can look forward to seeing what the season might bring.

In front of us will be the new pitch and the new kit with hopefullly some new signings and the established players, those familiar faces looking to go again. Some of those existing club servants will not be in the first squad though and who knows what the season ahead will mean for some who we will have thought would have been part of the team going forward. It is a constant development at AFCB and the clock does not standstill. I guess that is one of the big things that keeps me coming back. And what about you are you excited by the fixture list today?

World Cup Chimes features Kyle's world cup watch on Brazil who still have some work to do having drawn 0-0 with Mexico last night in Group A.

World Cup viewing
De Vere's Urban Village Hotel in Bournemouth are sponsors of Cherry Chimes and are getting ready for England's next game. 

Next Carnival Day Thursday 19th June
England v Uruguay
- Live DJ, Brazilian Carnival Dancers & children’s face painting.
- Entertainment commencing from 17.00, kick off at 20.00

Food service extension
- The Victory will be serving food until 22.00 for the entire duration of the World Cup.
Download the complete game planner for the Victory pub and kitchen.

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