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Sunday, 1 December 2013

Wolves no match for The Cherries


Harman: There is a long way to go

After an incredibly poor start to the season, Bournemouth sat bottom of Division 3 with just 4 points as they traveled down to Wolverhampton last night. There have been signs of improvment over recent weeks with The Cherries seeming to find a bit of goalscoring form but when they stepped out under the floodlights last night, manager Josh Harman had a anxious smile on his face, as if he knew his team's season was about to burst into action.

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs AFC Bournemouth
Molineux Attendance: 23,812

 Harman's confidence was justified as his side romped to a 5-0 victory to record their first 3 points of the season. The Cherries dominated every stat in what their manager described as a magnificent performance.

We were brilliant from start to finish, every player worked thier socks off and produced some outstanding football. Dzsudzsak and Mirallas were superb on the wings and gave the full backs a torrid evening, i wouldn't be at all surprised to see them both make team of the week as were really do deserve it after that performance. It was an important win for us, a real turning point. 

It was a relief, no doubt. The players let out all the frustrations that have been building over recent weeks. It was a pleasure to watch. Its been difficult for us this season, for many reasons really, we made a lot of new signings and they simply took a little time to gel and for me to really know my strongest team but i have seen for a while that things are turning round and they finally did tonight. It's important that we take this form into the next game because regardless of the result, we still sit bottom and that is simply unacceptable for a squad of our quality, we need a run of good results to propel us up that table, that is our only focus now. 


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