Date: 1st January 2017 at 9:27am
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AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe was pleased to round off 2016 with a comprehensive victory away at Swansea City.

The Cherries opened the scoring through Benik Afobe, before goals from Ryan Fraser and Joshua King rounded off a 3-0 victory over the Premier League’s bottom club.

The three points elevated the Cherries into the top half of the top flight of English football heading into the new year.

Howe told afcb.co.uk

‘It was a good day, We played very well from start to finish, we controlled the game and got the goals that we deserved.

‘We also earned a much needed clean sheet – the whole team worked extremely hard for it and it was well earned…’

‘…The result was a lovely way to end the year. It’s been a really good year of progression for the club, sometimes the second season is the hardest to be able to continue to build that momentum.

‘But the aim for the New Year is to move the club forward into new waters, that’s the challenge for us.’


Your Say…

Lord Snooty wrote…

Up down up down up down…

We win, we lose.
We win, we lose.
We win, we lose.
We win, we lose.
We win.

We’re great, we’re not good enough.
We’re great, we’re not good enough.
We’re great, we’re not good enough.
We’re great, we’re not good enough.
We’re great.

Are we the Premier League’s first bipolar football club I wonder….?
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