Monday, 23 February 2015

More ruthlessness demanded of the Cherries

Eddie Howe was quick to say that the Cherries need to be more ruthless at both ends of the pitch after the Brentford match. Getting back to winning ways is essential now and with any player not fully focused on squeezing the best out of themselves on the pitch, it is possible that Eddie will be just as ruthless in picking some one else to replace them.
Better finishing is the call from Eddie Howe. 
That may seem hard on a team that have been excellent to accumulate 59 points from 32 games but the prize is such a big one with AFCB within touching distance of making it to the big time. Eddie has to get the players believing that they can do it just as much as Derby or Middlesbrough and that message needs to hit home fairly soon now. Individual errors have not hampered AFCB too much this season but they are starting to add up now. 

It is good to hear that the goal just before half time at Brentford did not give the manager too big a task to pick the team up at half time. Picking them up from the defeat though is a bigger job and the team will be hoping that they have a stronger referee up at Nottingham. 

If AFCB play with an attacking style and keep the shots coming, they should start to give keepers more problems again and rather than doing it in small spells it will be AFCB's task to dominate more from the start in their next few fixtures to give them a better platform to get something from these crucial games. Wednesday's game can't come soon enough. UTCIAD!
AFCB have to get back on form at Forest.

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