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Back Of The Net - The AFC Bournemouth Podcast

Back of the Net - The AFC Bournemouth Podcast

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Back of the Net is AFC Bournemouth's only weekly podcast where Cherries fan can listen to match analysis, features, interviews and behind the scenes information each and every Monday morning. We'll bring you fans vox-pops from the latest Cherries game, as well as providing our own take on proceedings in our Championship, FA Cup and EFL Cup campaigns. As well as featuring the first team, we'll go behind the scenes at the Vitality Stadium, as well as featuring other teams including the Women's ...
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Cherries fans couldn't hide their excitement on Monday as the news was announced that Andoni Iraola signed a contract extension at Vitality Stadium, signalling his intent to continue Bill Foley's vision at Vitality Stadium until the summer of 2026. The ripple effect of the signing could be huge, for a number of reasons. In this podcast, Sam and Tom…
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"If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness. If we claim we have not sinned, we make him out to be a liar and his word is not in us." - 1 John 1:9-10 NIV A visual learner? Watch the stream back now! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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This weekend, Bournemouth were outclassed, yet fans left the Emirates feeling outraged! It was clear to see that Arsenal were imperious. They were superior in every department, and the result against Cherries did not flatter them. They dominated us, their xG was better, and they created way more chances. However, two decisions at the weekend frustr…
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Cherries 3-0 win over Brighton saw Bournemouth rise up to tenth in the Premier League, but as the dust settles after a stunning Premier League win, the BBC got in touch with us to ask a question, and, put simply - we don't know how to answer it, so we need your help. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to all our platforms. If you’re enjoying…
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‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbour as yourself.’ - Matthew 22:37-39 NIV A visual learner? Watch the stream back now! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Bournemouth’s first half against Villa was cool, controlled, and but for a lapse in concentration in the stoppage time, it would have been comfortable - as most of the hosts early threats were being stubbed out. With Dom Solanke’s eighteenth goal of the season in the bank - it was looking like Iraola's side would go in 1-0 up, but ex-Red Morgan Rog…
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Why are Manchester United fans happy to accept mediocrity? Which club does Dominic Solanke REALLY need to play for to be noticed by Gareth? How on EARTH will Tyler Adams work his way into a midfield duo as good as what Christie and Cook are?! And was that our most frustrating draw of the season?! Sam and Tom untangle the weekend's game, where VAR w…
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Carlton Morris scored an injury-time winner for the Hatters as they saw off Bournemouth at the death to keep their hopes of Premier League survival alive. With Manchester City around the corner, it was a must win for the Hatters - so after a fantastic but fruitless first half, and THEN going a goal behind, the reaction from the home side was nothin…
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Last year, the pundits has the knives out as Bill Foley made a managerial switch which was deemed scandalous and ludicrous. Since then, after a shaky start where players adopted a new style, Cherries have scored more, accrued more points, conceded fewer, and are three points from European football. Should more respect be put on Andoni's name from t…
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"After that, he appeared to more than five hundred of the brothers and sisters at the same time, most of whom are still living, though some have fallen asleep. Then he appeared to James, then to all the apostles." - 1 Corinthians 15:6-7 NIV A visual learner? Watch the stream back now! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Bournemouth fans witnessed the best and worst of their side in the week, in a stunning 4-3 comeback against Luton Town. Off the pitch it was emotional and on the pitch it was a rollercoaster, but the significance of one specific position on the pitch simply cannot be underestimated. Sam and Tom go through one of the most memorable encounters in rec…
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An underwhelming draw with Chris Wilder's Blades on Saturday has left Andoni Iraola with a few decisions to make. With game-changing substitutions and regulars who potentially aren't up to scratch, Bournemouth fans are wondering whether the gaffer will stick or twist ahead of our next game against Luton. Sam and Tom dissect the clash and examine th…
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On Sunday, Vincent Kompany's Clarets had double the shots, thrice the possession, and average positions which mimic our recent loss to Manchester City. Difference is, Burnley are NOT Manchester City, and all it took was Andoni's side to wait, watch, and then strike at the right time, and we did so - twice. With the Lancashire side sleep-walking to …
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Despite another defeat on Saturday, Iraola finally managed to arrest the performance decline when it comes to facing Manchester City, by overseeing a showing against Pep Guardiola's side which exuded bravery, courage, and tenacity... With the Cherries only millimetres away from claiming our first points over the Sky Blues since the nineties, Sam Da…
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On the surface, Bournemouth's draw at Newcastle is a good result, but many a Cherry left St James' Park feeling frustrated after Matt Ritchie's late strike rescued the game for the hosts. On the one hand you could say a draw against the Magpies is good, but in terms of chances... Cherries fans can perhaps rightfully feel aggrieved at having only ga…
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On Saturday, Marco Silva's Fulham schooled Bournemouth in a performance which gave Cherries little room for manoeuvre. Outfought in the middle of the park and exposed on the flanks, Fulham were rigid and robust - throwing bodies on the line. Despite this, Bournemouth had 25 shots, but with the home side defending staunchly throughout, only five hit…
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Whilst the referee stole the headlines at Sunday's clash at Dean Court, debate has been raging amongst *some* sections of Cherries fans about the disjointed nature of the clash against Nottingham Forest and whether it was a terrific tactic from Nuno's Espirito to stifle buoyant Bournemouth, or whether it was simply a cynical case of anti-football b…
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After the numbness of Sunday's humbling by Liverpool at a windswept Dean Court, hunting for positives from a Bournemouth point of view after being blown away so convincingly is a tough ask, but amid the pain of the 4-0 defeat, many Cherries fans are also pondering whether they have actually simply witnessed their beloved side lose to the league cha…
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After AFC Bournemouth's dramatic comeback at Queens Park Rangers, the boys return to sink their our teeth into a Third Round FA Cup Classic, as well as taking the opportunity to finish some Christmas leftovers - with some juicy answers to some tasty miscellaneous questions from Cherries supporters, including... ▫️ What's the WORST thing we've seen …
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In January, people questioned Gary O'Neil. In April - they lauded him. In June, the decision to replace him was "ludicrous". In September, Iraola "needed to go". Yet in December, we had people purring over us. What is going on?! Are the media starting to realise? Sam and Tom discuss all the on pitch conjecture as AFC Bournemouth went from "zeros to…
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AFC Bournemouth are unbeaten in seven, have registered a record equalling four wins in a row, AND have the best ever points tally at the half-way stage in the top flight - Cherries fans are in dreamland. Owner Bill Foley suggested that "Europe within five years" was a possibility, but with Iraola's boys in seemingly unstoppable form, fans are wonde…
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Bournemouth's win at Old Trafford has been widely heralded as Cherries' best EVER win, but whilst Andoni Iraola is rightly getting the plaudits from some pundits, the undercurrent amongst the media is again to focus on how POOR United were. There however is a world where maybe, just maybe, Ten Hag and his side were simply out-thought, out-played, a…
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Bournemouth have taken ten points from their last fifteen, and whilst every player has contributed to the upturn in form, one in particular has found a new lease of life in a deeper position, with some sublime performances which have got fans raving about him. Ryan Christie was often deployed out wide, or even as a number 10, but alongside Lewis Co…
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Three wins in four means that Cherries fans are now starting to see the fruits of Andoni Iraola's labour, but how excited should we REALLY be getting after winning against a depleted Newcastle, a baffling Burnley, and shocking Sheffield United? Are we jumping the gun with our optimism? Sam and Tom tackle fans' opinions whilst dissecting the weekend…
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Bournemouth’s superb win against Newcastle United on Saturday has got Cherries’ fans juices flowing once more, but despite Andoni Iraola tactically getting the better of Eddie Howe, should our emotions be tempered because the Magpies were severely under strength? Sam and Tom are all smiles as they go through the best bits of the weekend games, incl…
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