162 - This Time Around, It's VERY Different!
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Ahead of what looks to be an enthralling rollercoaster season, Tigz, Sam and Tom are at the Pear at Parley to analyse AFC Bournemouth's incomings and outgoings, whilst taking an honest to look at where Cherries' recruitment team might really need to do some work... It's our second stint in the Premier League, but this time it's different - and there are ten reasons why. Apart from the obvious Eddie Howe factor, for 2022/23 - Cherries will be a different beast. With this in mind, the boys run over the reasons why this season's campaign will simply not be the same as 2015/16! Thank you to everyo ..read more
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161 - Harry Redknapp's Premier League Predictions
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Former AFC Bournemouth gaffa and manager of FOUR current top flight clubs Harry Redknapp joins us to chat all things Premier League ahead of what will be an absorbing season. As well as some amusing stories of Harry's pre-season memories, the King of the Jungle talks about the clubs which might cause a surprise this season, his thoughts on Ronaldo, the three relegation candidates for this season, and - ahead of the World Cup this winter - his frustration at Southgate not letting the handbrake off in the Euro's. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to all our platforms. If you’re enjoying ..read more
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153 - Four From Six Keeps Forest At Bay
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Tigz was on the mic at full time to gauge the reaction as fans reacted outside the ground as Cherries got back to winning ways at Dean Court on Saturday after a 2-0 win against Wayne Rooney's Derby County, thanks to goals from Dominic Solanke and Jamal Lowe. It was an improved performance from the lads, but also the crowd too, who got behind the boys for the full ninety - and as a result, there was greater synergy, and you could tell the energy reached the seemingly invigorated players. Plus, final whistle reaction from supporters as Bournemouth dropped points against relegation threatened Rea ..read more
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151 - Jamal Keeps Bournemouth On Track
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Exasperated yet ecstatic AFC Bournemouth fans reacted at full time outside Dean Court as Scott Parker’s men left it late to secure victory over Stoke City, thanks to last gasp strikes from Dom Solanke and Jamal Lowe. It was a performance which was similar to Blackpool, with little bite or fight for large parts of the game - however during the latter stages, the blue touch paper was seemingly lit, and Boscombe threw everything against the ten-man Potters. Thankfully - for us, the away side finally succumbed late on, much to the delight of the majority of the Vitality Stadium. Thank you to every ..read more
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150 - Last Minute LIMBS at Blackpool
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Cherries left it late against Blackpool on Saturday as Siriki Dembele popped up in injury time to notch a crucial winner that saw AFC Bournemouth form a cushion between second and third at the top of the Championship, after a last gasp 2-1 win against the Tangerines. The weekend was crazy - from the party atmosphere in The Manchester before the game, right through to the nightlife in Blackpool after hours - and we took our microphone with us to capture it all, including the raucous scenes at full-time at Bloomfield Road. Plus, as part of our Away Day Experience Tier-List for 2021/22, we give a ..read more
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148 - Blundersome at Barnsley and Clive Tyldesley Interview
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Forthright views and frank opinion as 1,000 Bournemouth fans travelled up to Barnsley to watch Bournemouth edge out the Tykes in a less than convincing win at Oakwell against the league's bottom side. The Cherries made hard work of it on this away day, but an early Philip Billing header after a goalkeeping mishap ensured the away side emerged victors and could take advantage of some results that went our way elsewhere, with Fulham and Blackburn both dropping points. Plus, we chat to iconic commentator Clive Tyldesley - who is the man behind the mic this Sunday night as AFC Bournemouth entertai ..read more
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147 - The Tiger Who Came... For THREE!
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At one point this season, Bournemouth were NINE points clear of the team in third, yet now, we are three points behind the team in second. It's all a bit tense, so let’s come together, breathe, and talk… so, to talk Tigers it’s Sam, Tom and Tigz. This season has been dubbed the poorest in terms of Championship quality. On paper, we should be streets ahead, in reality, we’re just one of many teams that is contributing to the lack of quality in this division.  However, all is not lost, and we’ve got things in our own hands - but with 19 games to go, is it time we took an honest look in the ..read more
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143 - Where Is It All Going Wrong?
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After Saturday's turgid performance at Middlesbrough, Jacob Tanswell from Dorset Live joins Tigz, Tom and Jeff to mull over the sorry showing at the Riverside as Bournemouth fell to a frustrating 1-0 defeat. There's lots to discuss, not least - a major worry about Cherries recent showings, and mutual cogitation over how Scott Parker can arrest this decline in form. The loss at Boro initially looked like a game of two halves, however when you look at the game as a whole, it was nothing but a deserved loss which arguably could have been more damaging. And why are Cherries shipping so many second ..read more
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141 - Five Seconds In Fulham
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Fulham was always going to be a tough game wasn’t it? Form, momentum, injuries - everything seemed to dictate a home win, but despite the confidence from the home side, it was Cherries that stole a march on their rivals with a superb set-piece routine from the second half restart, but frustratingly, Tosin's late header ensured the top two shared a point. In this pod, Sam and Tigz return to dissect Friday's draw with the Cottagers in the capital - as we look through some highs and lows from that performance, as well as a look forward to the fixtures ahead... how many points do we want before Ch ..read more
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139 - Bounce-back-ability? Check!
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After Cherries suffered their first defeat of the season on Wednesday night against a stubborn and clinical Preston North End, all eyes were on the visit of Swansea on Saturday - with a reaction needed against a team that often provide us with a stiff test both home and away. In the weekend, the Lilywhites won 2-1, thanks to goals from Ben Whiteman and Ali McCann, which sandwiched a Philip Billing equaliser. The loss also brought Scott Parker's side's five-match winning run to an end and cut their lead at the top of the table to two points as his former club Fulham recorded an impressive 7-0 w ..read more
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