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Friday, 21 March 2014

AFC Bournemouth Season Preview


After suffering from relegation to Division 4, many thought Josh Harman's time at The Cherries was coming to an end, perhaps he had taken the club as far as he could and it was time to look for another challenge. However, those thoughts could not be further from the man's mind, speaking ahead of this Saturday's opener, Harman had this to say on his future.

"I never gave it a seconds thought, this is my club and i have achieved a lot here, it is that success that gives the fans and the board the confidence that i am still the man to take this club forward. Exciting times lie ahead for this football club, you only have to see the quality of the squad and the players coming through to know that. Last season was a blip, one that we aim to put behind us by winning the league this season."

There has been a lot of transfer movement over the summer with Harman aiming to give the squad a fresh look in preparation the new campaign in Division 4.


       Alex Teixeira               Kyriakos Papadopoulos         Duarte Bernard        Memphis Depay


Manager Josh Harman believed that the squad had grown stale and needed some fresh young legs to inject some excitement around the place.


"I wanted players who had their best years ahead of them and would excite the fans and ensure them that the future for this club is very bright. Im absolutely delighted with what managed to do in the end, we have acquired some extremely exciting talent who i think can light up this division."


Bournemouth manager Josh Harman had more exciting news for the fans as he unveiled yet another signing for the club. 


"I can confirm that Pablo Osvaldo will be joining up with the lads today, we were in discussions late in the night and we managed to reach an agreement to bring him down to Division 4. Im very pleased as i was conscious about going into the season without a proven goal scorer and he ticks all the boxes. Im confident he will bag 20+ goals in this league and that will increase our chances of reaching our goal. Im pretty confident he will be in the side on Saturday."

As a whole, things are looking good down in the South Coast, where manager Josh Harman will be hoping for a similar ending last time he was down in Division 4.


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