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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 Premier League, 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 ...
 
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After Bournemouth’s magnificent seven wins in a row, Brentford were the visitors to Dean Court on Saturday, and whilst Cherries were After Eight, it was the 10-man away side that were mint - with a display of resilience that will be morale boosting and confidence inspiring. For Cherries, it enables us to reset - the equivalent of turning it off and…
 
The last time AFC Bournemouth won six in a row, we were promoted to the Premier League. Can we?! Well, the Cherries came away from Carrow Road with a 3-1 victory against Norwich City in a match which saw a number of talking points - one of which was a sending off for the home side, a decision which had a select number of Canaries fans up in arms. N…
 
A chance to dissect the weekend’s match at Dean Court where AFC Bournemouth managed to dispose of Coventry City 4-1. It was a frenetic start with two early goals, but then it became a familiar affair where the Cherries were spurning golden opportunities in front of goal – but at least we are creating them - which suggests that a corner definitely h…
 
Cherries are honing in on the Play-Offs after two Easter wins, starting off with a 3-1 victory against Middlesbrough at Dean Court - a win that, whilst it saw no change of league position, leaves us on the coat-tails of Reading and Barnsley - who played out a 1-1 draw later that afternoon It was a game of three thirds at Dean Court, where Bournemou…
 
Cherries posted a £60m+ loss for the last financial year in some jaw-dropping figures that were released this morning. AFC Bournemouth also posted confirmation that its owner is in to the club to the tune of £160m - a concerning backdrop off the pitch to what has been a fruitless season on it. The cost of Covid has hit hard, but whilst the numbers …
 
Whilst isolated moments throughout the game might have given rise to rose-tinted optimism from some pundits, many Cherries fans will simply not be seduced by these infrequent passages of play. After yet another 3-2 home defeat, this time to Barnsley, Sam Davis, Tom Jordan, Mr Tigz and Jeff Hayward come together for a cathartic look back at yesterda…
 
Cherries dropped two points at Deepdale on Saturday against an unpredictable Preston North End side in a match which was the archetypal game of two halves. It was a familiar tale of missed chances followed by punishment for our defensive mistakes. The single point leaves Bournemouth 7th in league, outside the play-offs, sitting behind Barnsley, a t…
 
Cherries were in free-fall, without a solid performance in a number of games, so a 1-0 win against high-flying Watford ensured that Boscombe fans actually have some hope for the remainder of the season. Whilst Danjuma provided the difference, big Jeff stole the show with a display of gamesmanship that represented that league we’ve just been relegat…
 
World class candidates, an external appointment, exciting CV’s - the future is bright - trust the process! The process? Under Eddie, we had a process - and that process was - “Howe will carry us through”. Now though, at an Eddie-less AFCB, manager-less Cherries this weekend seemingly made a mockery of the “process” of interviewing - with yet anothe…
 
We’re joined by yet another character in the Cherries calvary by the way of combative midfielder John Bailey - a player that wore his heart on his sleeve, playing 137 games for Boscombe, spanning five season, scoring 13 goals (some of them in friendlies, admittedly), one of which was in the most famous football stadium in the world. He was tough, h…
 
Being a Cherries fan is never dull, and it certainly wasn’t whilst this person was at the helm of the club. If you wanted a person who could help put the area on the map, this person was your man! Eddie Mitchell was AFC Bournemouth Chairman for just over four years. He arrived with winding up petitions to deal with, and left the club by selling his…
 
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