- Tue Jul 25 9:29 PM
SkySports Lewis Grabban will undergo a medical at Sunderland on Wednesday ahead of a season-long loan move from Bournemouth, Sky sources understand. Grabban re-joined Bournemouth for a second spell in the summer of 2015, having previously played for the and more »
- Tue Jul 25 11:55 AM
Bournemouth defender Adam Smith has revealed his delight at putting pen to paper on a new four-year contract after impressing Eddie Howe at the Vitality Stadium.
- Tue Jul 25 11:53 AM
SkySports Eddie Howe insists Max Gradel is in his plans despite interest from French Ligue 1 club Toulouse. Sky Sports News reported last week that the Cherries had rejected an initial bid from Toulouse for the 29-year-old. Gradel struggled with injury last and more »
- Tue Jul 25 11:31 AM
SkySports Smith, 26, joined Bournemouth on a permanent deal from Tottenham in 2014, and made 36 appearances for the Premier League side last season. The new deal will see Smith remain at the Vitality Stadium until 2021. "I'm delighted, " Smith told Bournemouth's and more »
- Tue Jul 25 10:42 AM
Full-back Adam Smith signs a new four-year deal at Premier League club Bournemouth.
- Tue Jul 25 10:26 AM
Adam Smith has signed a new four-year contract to commit to Bournemouth until 2021.
- Tue Jul 25 5:20 AM
PLUS: Antalyaspor are set to offer Jack Wilshere
a chance to revive his career after his loan spell at Bournemouth
- Mon Jul 24 6:14 PM
Midfielder Wilshere has been told he is free to leave Arsenal this summer after failing to land a permanent move to Bournemouth
|Ryan did well for us last year and as the season got going he really came into is own,
Howe said. He's a real talent and he can take confidence from this game.
He did really well for us last year,
Howe said. I thought he was a huge player for us.
I decided to go with the same team as Marseille due to the fact that performance was so good. I thought it was very difficult to take anyone out of it,
Full respect for Cardiff because they gave everything to the match and it was very competitive,
said Howe after the game. We controlled the first half without really opening them up as much as we would have wanted to, but two moments of quality won us the game in the end.