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1 minute ago, ScouseFox said:

genuinely not many better sunday afternoon treats than seeing our nige mercilessly ruin that little gimp eddie howe’s career 

This. Perfect Sunday afternoon viewing and hopefully the Pearson yellows get a few more.

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7 minutes ago, Tuna said:

Wow 9 defeats in 11 games for Bournemouth if they lose this - that is a sackable run of form.

 

Howe is an utter fraud.

Not really though is he.

 

10 years ago when he took over Bournemouth were on the verge on relegation to non league.

 

Bournemouth are massively overachieving being in the Championship never mind the top flight. That place is so small, similar to when Burton were in the Championship.

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Hope we get to sing this at an away day on the south coast sometime soon, to the tune of There's a Tavern in the Town.

 

Eddie Howe will take you down, take you down

Your team is shit and so's your ground, so's your ground

He'll take you back to league division two

Eddie Howe is screwing you.

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I think sacking Howe would be the silliest thing Bournemouth could do. I think they should stick with him through thick and thin, even if they are to go down. He's been overachiving with them and I can't see them appointing a better manager. Would rather if they stayed in the Prem.

 

I'm very happy for Nige. His Watford side looks very impressive. Still quite a few games to go but it's nothing short of amazing how he transformed them. Considering our current form, I wouldn't fancy us winning against them.

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8 minutes ago, UniFox21 said:

Drinkwater starts for Villa, hopefully he has a decent game and does us a favour 

Could do with villa having two league defeats ahead of the second leg

 

 

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So happy to See Nige doing well again. Hope he keeps smashing it so everyone else can realise that he’s not mental, and is actually a very good manager.

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As a club Bournemouth are overarching but they're now are sn experienced PL side and this form is unacceptable. Eddie Howe belong to a team that will finish 12th-17th aka AFC Bournemouth.

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Oh yeah but don’t forget the people on here that still claim Cambiasso single handedly kept us up

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I don't think the media will allow Bournemouth to sack Howe. After all, he has earned the right to get them relegated as many times as he likes by getting them to the PL and keeping them there for 4 years.

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Well done Watford :appl:

Well done Nige :appl:

 

Really don't get the fascination with Eddie Howe, only knows how to play one way, they conceded 70 goals last season, will probably do similar this season, rubbish.

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Just now, Walkers said:

I don't think the media will allow Bournemouth to sack Howe. After all, he has earned the right to get them relegated as many times as he likes by getting them to the PL and keeping them there for 4 years.

 

Dyche relegated Burnley and brought them back up. They will use him as an example as to why Bournemouth shouldn't sack Howe.

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Nigel Pearson‘s arrival at Watford has done wonders for the club. The Hornets secured 10 out of the possible 12 points during the festive period, putting the upwards-trending club two points within reach of escaping the drop zone. Throughout that same stretch of four matches, Pearson and company have outscored opponent’s eight goals to two.

 

The 56-year-old, who last coached Belgium’s Oud-Heverlee Leuven, is implementing an effective and pragmatic 4-2-3-1 system. But perhaps the reason behind the escape trick isn’t solely based on on-field adjustments, but on the emotional investment that the manager is putting forward.

 

“I’ve been asked a few times already about whether I had still got enthusiasm or the drive or whatever it is to continue to work, and those are the sorts of questions that I’ve asked myself for sure,” he said leading up to Sunday’s match.

 

“I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t think we were capable of getting out of the situation that we’re in, but I can’t ask people to be committed if I’m not committed myself, so all those things are very important to me and I think this club has got a really strong identity and there’s potential for us to rediscover what we are as a football club.

 

“I do feel attached to being a part of that and trying to rediscover that.”

 

https://soccer.nbcsports.com/2020/01/11/pl-sunday-preview-watford-travel-to-bournemouth-aston-villa-host-city/

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