- Sat Aug 19 5:24 PM
Second-half goals from Richarlison and substitute Etienne Capoue earned Watford a well-deserved 2-0 victory at Bournemouth
- Fri Aug 18 1:40 PM
Defender Nathan Ake, in a £20million deal, and veteran goalkeeper Asmir Begovic
were signed from Chelsea while England striker Jermain Defoe
secured lucrative personal terms
- Fri Aug 18 10:24 AM
Grayson had revealed earlier this week that the Black Cats had missed out on a move for Bournemouth's Max Gradel despite reaching an agreement with the Cherries.
- Thu Aug 17 12:56 PM
The Black Cats were trying to take the Ivorian from Bournemouth but he has decided to join French Ligue 1 side Toulouse on a season-long loan.
- Thu Aug 17 8:02 AM
Bournemouth winger Max Gradel joins French Ligue 1 side Toulouse on loan until the end of the season.
- Thu Aug 17 1:38 AM
SkySports Gradel will now join up with his new team-mates ahead of Toulouse' game against Paris Saint-Germain this weekend. The forward's progress has been hampered by injury in his two years at Bournemouth after he damaged a cruciate ligament just four games and more »
- Wed Aug 16 9:41 PM
Ivorian winger Max Gradel is back in Ligue 1 with Toulouse after leaving Bournemouth on a loan deal.
- Tue Aug 15 10:58 PM
SkySports Bournemouth midfielder Max Gradel is set to join Toulouse on a season-long loan deal, according to Sky sources. Sky Sports News previously reported that Bournemouth rejected a bid for Gradel by the French Ligue 1 club, with Cherries boss Eddie Howe and more »
- Tue Aug 15 9:45 AM
Jermaine Jenas has admitted that he would love to see Tottenham sign Joshua King
from Bournemouth this summer. There has been much talk about Tottenham’s lack of transfer business so far this summer, with the Lilywhites yet to confirm the signing of any new players. Tottenham will be aiming to co...
|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.
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...