- Wed Oct 11 9:10 PM
The Exploding Heads head to Wembley to try their wizardry on the stadium, in the hope to lift Spurs' curse. Our latest international column may have flopped but there are plenty of opportunities for punters to bloody the bookmakers' noses this weekend with the return of the Premier League, includ...
- Wed Oct 11 6:01 PM
EXCLUSIVE BY RIATH-AL SAMARRAI: Tottenham Hotspur are expected to break the 10-year-old Premier League attendance record when they host Bournemouth at Wembley on Saturday.
- Wed Oct 11 5:24 PM
and Erik Lamela have returned to Tottenham training ahead of their next Premier League clash against Bournemouth.
- Wed Oct 11 5:03 PM
Bournemouth visit Spurs' temporary home looking to be the latest to embrace their Wembley curse, while Pochettino's side are hoping for their first home Premier League win this season.
- Wed Oct 11 10:06 AM
, who has recovered from a fractured leg suffered while playing for Bournemouth in April, is eager for more match time at club level to enhance his chances of playing for England again.
- Wed Oct 11 9:39 AM
Mark Ogden visits Bournemouth to learn more about the technology keeping their goalkeepers at the top of their game. BOURNEMOUTH, England -- Jimmy Glass is the Player Liaison Officer at AFC Bournemouth, but only the older members of Eddie Howe's first-team squad are aware of his biggest claim to...
- Mon Oct 9 4:56 PM
MailOnline Sport has teamed up with EA SPORTS to offer you the chance to win a pair of tickets to Tottenham v Bournemouth on Saturday, October 14 (3pm kick-off).
- Sun Oct 8 4:01 PM
Since suffering a fractured leg playing on loan for Bournemouth last season, Wilshere has impressed on his return from injury for Arsenal, starring most recently in the club's 4-2 victory over BATE Borisov.
Football Transfer League
- Sun Oct 8 10:04 AM
Benik Afobe of Bournemouth , rumoured to be transfering to Wolverhampton Wanderers report The Sun . - Football Rumour from 08-Oct-2017
|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.
The biggest challenge for us is to improve the infrastructure of the club,
said Howe. We're looking at the training ground and stadium - two huge things for us to really affect long-term change. On the pitch, all I'm going to focus on is continual improvement. It's going to be a bi...
It's going to be a big transfer window for us this summer, we're going to have to be very smart with what we do,