Monday, 2 March 2015

Creating chances and still believing

Jason Tindall was adamant that the Cherries were still well on course to achieve their highest finish ever in the English Championship and was confident to send a defiant blast out to all those who were saying that the Cherries challenge was starting to fade. Backing it up with wins though is what we all want now and while Jason and Eddie say there is every reason to be positive and pleased about recent performances it has been six games since the last win was put on the board.
Fraser and Smith have added a directness to AFCB's play going forward.
Considering the lack of wins it has not been a failure to create chances that has been hindering the Cherries. Far from it. I struggle to recall every chance during the games because they have usually been packed with goal opportunities and it has usually been down to some splendid saves from keepers that has prevented the Cherries from raising their goal count. 

Marc Pugh has been playing some of the best football that I have seen play at the Goldsands since he came to the club and Ryan Fraser has been fitting in like he had never been out of the team in the earlier part of the season. There are plenty of good vibes going through the team and all the players are willing to shoot, which even includes Andrew Surman who scored a blinder up at the City ground the other week. Now that Harry Arter is back the team will have more power again going through the centre of the pitch and there is a belief that the luck will soon change.

There will be no better time for that to happen than against Wolverhampton Wanderers who our now just three points behind the Cherries and come to Dean Court on the back of a 0-1 away win at Cardiff City, where the home team went down to 10-men. Tuesday night should be a cracker. UTCIAD!

All Departments has released its latest podcast on AFCB v Blackburn Rovers. Go to the All Departments' website to listen or scroll  down the right side panel on Cherry Chimes to the All Departments' logo and click on the sound bar to listen.

Finally, congratulations to the AFC Bournemouth Ladies team who won the Ladies' Hampshre League Championship with a 4-0 win yesterday against Horndean FC

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