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Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
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4%
  
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25%
  
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e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
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charleyfarley 11:05 Sat Aug 1
Eddie Howe gone
Eddie Howe leaves Bournemouth by mutual consent after Premier League relegation
The Cherries boss has called time on his tenure at the Vitality Stadium after the Cherries were relegated last weekend

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tnb 12:37 Thu Aug 6
Re: Eddie Howe gone
Arguably would have been the right choice a little under 3 years ago (instead of Moyes Part One) or even a little over 2 years ago (instead of Pellegrini). But his stock was very high back then and he was still being talked about for England, Arsenal, etc. Seriously concerned about his record with money to spend since. We all know Sullivan likes a marquee signing (look at this Fiat Punto, I spent as much on it as a low-end Jaguar, therefore it's just as good, what a genius I am) and someone who spends £15m on Ibe or around £19m on Solanke is not the man to talk sense into the dwarf. Probably a Dyche level manager in truth who is better making a team of supposedly lesser individuals more than the sum of its parts.

Vexed 11:40 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
Looks like a character from Thunderbirds.

Sven Roeder 11:03 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
So ..... we think Howe taking the Burnley job was just to establish an alibi when his mother died.
He has always looked a bit shifty

I suggested Bristol City as it’s a big enough club that is close enough to coming up in a city and area that needs a Premier league club.

, 10:59 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
Is it fair or indeed balanced to think that managing a team to EPL relegation outweighs all the good work to build a club such that you get it into the EPL and sustain it there for five years?

And consider that but for a wrong decision which all but officialdom witnessed and acknowledged it might be Dean Smith getting denigrated and Eddie Howe being praised.

geoffpikey 10:49 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
Oh, FFS, don't let this thread descend into another "race" one.

Fwiw, I think Howe pretty much did wonders. But not sure he can step up to a higher level, either with player egos or buys, though. He really IS too nice, probably.

Also, he must be fucking knackered of the struggle. Whoever suggested a club like Bristol City: yep, I can see him doing well there.

* He had a hard time at Burnley, yes, but wouldn't say "failure". His mum died, which for a man in his 30s, was probably tough. He's "nice" see....

VickyPkVillageIdiot 10:47 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
Just remember to read posts properly in future.

stewie griffin 10:41 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
Little englanders are now fans of the Welsh? I'll have to remember that one.

Oh, and of the 14 players used in their final game, 7 were black and 4 were white English players.

4 out of 14 is 'predominantly' for you, I suspect

VickyPkVillageIdiot 10:33 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
Try reading posts properly before attempting to jump all over someone in future.

You’ve made yourself look rather foolish, haven’t you?

stewie griffin 10:31 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
After ranting about little Englanders and predominantly white English lads.

Its clear to all that you had no idea they were Welsh, or that lloyd kelly is black.

But full marks for your entirely predictable attempt to back out of it.

VickyPkVillageIdiot 10:28 Wed Aug 5
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I said BRITISH names griffin, you silly cunt.

stewie griffin 10:26 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
And Lloyd Kelly is black.

So of the 5 predominantly white English lads you name, two are Welsh and one is black.

In the absence of block, the WHO village has found its new resident idiot

swindon hammer 10:24 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
Dominic Solanke 19 million.

That's all you need to know.

stewie griffin 10:24 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
David Brooks and Harry Wilson are Welsh, you absolute fucking cretin

Vexed 10:21 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
geoffpikey 10:13 Wed Aug 5

Oooh he's so young though isn't he? I bet he's nice to his mum too, because all the winners in life a WEALLY NICE PEOPLE.

VickyPkVillageIdiot 10:19 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
It’s basically all the little Englanders that think he’s some great coach because he had a team of predominantly white English lads with proper British names like Cook, Brooks, Kelly, Smith, Wilson, Ramsdale etc.

stewie griffin 10:16 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
Aside from the obvious achievement of taking them from 92nd to the top division, If we had 3 of our first choice back 4 injured pretty much all season we probably would have been relegated as well.

Always fine margins for the teams from 8th to 19th. Didn't make Dyche a bad manager when he took Burnley down either.

geoffpikey 10:13 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
But, but.. waaaah.... He's a really NICE BLOKE. Apparently.

Vexed 9:19 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
How much did he pay for Jordan fucking Ibe? If it was anything over 10p he got fisted. I seem to remember it being a lot of dough at the time.

VickyPkVillageIdiot 9:15 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
The funny thing is that people seem to think his sides play great football.

They are dirty, diving cunts.

Vexed 9:13 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
He's had two clubs ever, one of which he did poorly at and walked out to go back to the fucking first one.

If we were a lower league club he'd be a decent punt. He aint the bloke to take you anywhere winning anything. Moyes has achieved more than this bloke. Puts it into perspective doesn't it?

If he was old nobody on here would give half a shit about this bloke.

Northern Sold 8:53 Wed Aug 5
Re: Eddie Howe gone
Have him like a heartbeat... think hed be really good at our place

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