- Thu Jan 25 11:58 AM
SkySports Baily Cargill has described his first days at Partick Thistle as "crazy" after playing against Celtic on the day he completed his loan deal from Bournemouth. The 22-year-old centre-back joined Partick for the rest of the season and immediately got and more »
Football Transfer League
- Wed Jan 24 9:12 AM
Benik Afobe of Bournemouth , rumoured to be transfering to West Bromwich report Sky Sports . - Football Rumour from 24-Jan-2018
- Tue Jan 23 11:24 PM
Bournemouth, West Ham, Crystal Palace and Newcastle are among the Premier League clubs who will watch Dundee defender Jack Hendry against Hibernian on Wednesday night.
- Tue Jan 23 9:38 PM
Coach of mid-table AFC Bournemouth Jason Tindall was spotted by an undercover policeman in the Dorset city - but he vehemently denied he was using his phone
- Tue Jan 23 6:05 PM
SkySports Baily Cargill has completed a loan move to Partick Thistle from Bournemouth, and could be in line for an immediate debut against Celtic. Partick have taken the centre-back on loan for the remainder of the campaign. Cargill has obtained international and more »
- Tue Jan 23 4:52 PM
MailOnline Sport has teamed up with EA SPORTS to offer you the chance to win a pair of tickets to Chelsea v Bournemouth on Wednesday, January 31 (7.45pm kick-off).
- Tue Jan 23 12:20 PM
SkySports Sky Sports News reported earlier in the window that the Cherries have no interest in selling the 24-year-old, preferring to part with Lewis Grabban after he was recalled from a loan at Norwich. Wolves are also understood to be monitoring Afobe's
- Tue Jan 23 10:50 AM
New report show Manchester United top European cash table ahead of Real Madrid despite missing lucrative Champions League - with Europe clubs raking in £6.8bn
|With a change of scene, I think naturally you are able to put that game to the back of your mind,
Howe said. But hopefully not too far away because I want the pain of that defeat and how it felt afterwards to inspire the players for the game coming up.
It's been a good month and I'd like to dedicate the award to everyone associated with the football club,
Howe told afcb.co.uk . The highlight was without doubt the Chelsea game, but I don't think we should forget about the result against Arsenal.
I apologise to them for the performance,
Howe said. There's not much else I can say.
I don't know anything about Chelsea and how they work to be honest. That's a very difficult one for me to answer,
Howe said. I think everyone knows my focus is always on the next training session. What other people say, whether it is good or bad, I try not to give it much relevance.