- Fri Sep 1 8:49 PM
SkySports The 30-year-old Wilson, who can play in defence and midfield, has struggled to secure first-team football at Bournemouth following his move there last year and has joined the Black Cats on a permanent transfer until the end of the season. Former Wigan
- Fri Sep 1 12:39 AM
has completed a free transfer from Bournemouth to Sunderland, while Jonny Williams has also joined the Black Cats on loan from Crystal Palace.
- Thu Aug 31 9:45 PM
WOLVES have had a £15million bid for former player Benik Afobe rejected by Bournemouth, according to reports.
- Thu Aug 31 8:32 PM
The defender, 30, who can play in the middle or full-back, is yet to make a Premier League appearance for the Cherries
- Thu Aug 31 7:36 AM
Eddie Howe is now weighing up a deadline day attempt to prise 21-year-old Demarai Gray away from the King Power Stadium but it would take a significantly increased offer
- Wed Aug 30 7:12 PM
The Foxes are also looking to fend off interest in Danny Drinkwater and Riyad Mahrez
- Wed Aug 30 2:21 PM
Tottenham are unlikely to pursue interest in Demarai Gray at this stage. The Leicester forward has also been considered by Everton, Bournemouth and Crystal Palace ahead of Thursday's deadline.
- Wed Aug 30 11:50 AM
Tottenham have now joined the race to land Leicester City’s Demarai Gray and have jumped ahead of Bournemouth to become front-runners in securing the talented star’s signature. The Mirror have reported that Spurs will now look to make a move for Gray in a deal that looks to be worth at least £30m...
- Wed Aug 30 11:50 AM
Aguero's future at the Etihad is once more in question, after being dropped to the bench at Bournemouth
- Wed Aug 30 11:47 AM
The Gunners man spent last season at Bournemouth and is in the final year of his current contract
|They have been playing really well lately and are on a really good unbeaten run,
I'm going to protect Asmir, he's an outstanding goalkeeper and he's had a really good season for us,
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.