- Mon Oct 2 11:04 AM
Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter will meet up with the Ireland despite concerns he will miss the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Moldova and Wales with a calf injury.
- Sat Sep 30 7:11 PM
Eddie Howe is pleased with the defensive shape that earned Bournemouth a clean sheet against Leicester.
- Sat Sep 30 8:43 AM
The striker has also been ill this week.
- Sat Sep 30 2:30 AM
Harry Arter is now a major doubt for Ireland's World Cup qualifiers with Moldova and Wales after it was confirmed he will miss Bournemouth's Premier League date with Leicester today.
- Fri Sep 29 4:52 PM
Bournemouth look set to be without midfielder Harry Arter again because of an Achilles problem for the Premier League match against Leicester.
|I'm really pleased to get him in,
said Howe. He's a player of real potential and undoubted ability so I'm really excited to work with him and see what he can bring to the team.
We've seen enough to suggest he could be outstanding at this level,
said Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe. He is technically very good, has huge potential and will fit our philosophy in terms of how we want to play.
For me that's the only way we can go now,
Howe told BBC Radio Solent.
There are always two teams in a match and you never have things your own way,
Howe said. It is those difficult moments that define you, and we managed to get through them just about OK this year.