Friday, 24 April 2015

Can Kenwyne make more of an impact?

I was pleased to see Kenwyne Jones feature more prominently for the Cherries against Sheffield Wednesday as I am sure he has more to give than his one goal against Ipswich. The interesting thing was that AFCB did not start slinging in loads of balls into the box just because Kenwyne was on the field, and with Yann Kermorgant clearly struggling a bit with a strain or slight pull it was certainly wise to get Kenwyne on as the more games he gets the easier he will feel to fit into the team.

There was a good interview with Kenwyne in the Matchday programme and it is clear that he is a giver and does not want any recognition for coming into the club at this late stage. For him it is about the experience and helping the team while learning something new from Eddie Howe and his training staff.
Would you want Kenwyne to be part of a Premier League Cherries' squad?
As a big man you don't see him racing through defences at the moment, but he may be able to show us more than the knockdowns and flick-ons and I am still waiting to see that cartwheel and back flip in real time. I do think it would be hard for Kenwyne to go back to Cardiff City having experienced what he has at AFCB and if he does make more of an impact in the next two games I would say there maybe a chance of him signing in the summer as he does have experience of playing in the Premier League. Watch this space!

Season Ticket needed
I know a lot of you will be queueing tomorrow for tickets for the Charlton game. I was contacted by Chris Parsons who is looking to get a ticket and wondered if any season ticket holders not using their card for the Charlton match might be able to get in contact with him on Twitter @snips1171

Meanwhile, it looks like the FA took a dim view of the comments made by Eddie Howe and Jason Tindall after teh Sheffield Wednesday match as both now face misconduct charges. 

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