Saturday, 9 April 2016

AFCB need a big performance against Villa

Villa were trounced 0-4 just like the Cherries in their last game but they will see this as a chance to give their fans some kind of pleasure after a tortuous season. Villa have nothing to lose now so might as well have a go, and that makes then more of a loose cannon and the Cherries have to go into this game almost forgetful of thinking where Villa are in the league and just play the team in front of them.
Villa and Bournemouth go head to head again.
Aston Villa are not a team that has wowed their fans this season but they still have some players that should be doing better and it will be a nightmare if they decide to save their best for the Cherries' visit. Following their last game against Chelsea, their fans might not expect a reaction, but Eric Black who has stepped in as caretaker manager is bound to remind the players that they are playing for the badge on their shirts and that they owe the fans more than they are giving at present. 

Players like Carles Gil, Jordan Ayew and Rudy Gestede are capable of getting goals and they could only be one game away from changing their stats of two home wins all season and one win in their last 10. The problem is that Villa's fans have had enough and you can't blame them. Playing while seeing signs of 'Proud history, what future?' is hardly going to be inspiring for the players to look up to and the Cherries best game plan is surely to keep in control of the ball and let the discontent grow until they can find a way to goal like they did up at Newcastle Utd.

Playing teams down the bottom comes with its own difficulties. Even Leicester City only managed a draw at Villa Park so there are no guarantees, but the Cherries need to get something from the game for their own well being which is being severely tested after back to back defeats. See you there UTCIAD!

Raise money 4Louis
Please try and bid for the AFC Bournemouth official merchandise on ebay to help the charity 4Louis. The auctions end on 18 April. There are lots of items to bid for and they are in memory of Renee, the daughter of Harry Arter and his partner Rachel.

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