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Community Level 2Colzie

Colzie

Up the Cherries

Advantagesn/a

Disadvantagesn/a

"Like many other memebers writing an opinion on 'the Cherries', have been a life long fan. Their performance on a Saturday afternoon dictates my mood for the forthcoming week, so as you can imagine, I was pleased we beat Bury 1-0 on Saturday. However, I do become increasingly worried about the way forward for Bournemouth. We are going in the right direction in building a new Stadium, the Ken Dando stadium, and are producing quality new blood. Although ..." Read review
26.03.2001

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Community Level 2OUTRAGEOUS...

OUTRAGEOUS_OPINIONS

Will this club ever escape Division 2

AdvantagesPlay nice football, young squad

DisadvantagesLack of finance

"A.F.C Bournemouth are currently the longest serving football club in Division 2, and I as a true fan am starting to wonder if they will ever leave this unbelievably mediocre league or if they will languish there until the next 'Big Bang' Their history in Division 2 goes back seemingly longer than the Queen has been head of this country! I ask why this South Coast, family orientated club can't seem to escape this division, whether up or down! The ..." Read review
27.01.2001

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Community Level 2Aj2001

Aj2001

The Best Young Player in Britain is.....

AdvantagesQuick, accurate and deadly

DisadvantagesYoung!

"...pampered he was there, at Bournemouth he has to take his kit home and was it himself! Next year this man will be in the Premiership with the hammers, and it would be crazy not to put a bet on him to be top scorer, he's that good. ..." Read review
27.01.2001

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Community Level 2rich_lufc

rich_lufc

AFC Bournemouth - A quick history

AdvantagesEverything except ticket prices

DisadvantagesPrice of ticket

"My local team is AFC Bournemouth otherwise known as the Cherries. They have been in Division 2 for the last year. The year before that we were in Division 3 but won the playoff final at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff 5-2 against Lincoln City, YESSSSSSSSS!!! History - Bournemouth began life as Boscombe St. John's Institute FC in 1890 but dispended in 1899 and reformed as Boscombe FC. The club played in the Bournemouth District Junior League at ..." Read review
25.05.2004

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Community Level 1BEATLEJOOZ

BEATLEJOOZ

The Right Way To Go

AdvantagesNew ground coming

DisadvantagesSouth end going

"Transfer deadline passed away and we didn't sell anyone. This excellent decision can be seen in the results with the 4-0 win against the carrot crunchers and the 1-0 win against that northern lot and finally the 3-0 away win against the sheep lovers (clean version). Oh if they hadn't sold Jamie Vincent 2 years ago...Things could have been so different now !!!!!! 8 games left....I don't think the play offs will happen but look on the bright side...we ..." Read review
25.09.2000

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Community Level 1PHILPOT

PHILPOT

BOURNEMOUTH 2 COLCHESTER 2

AdvantagesSecond. half

DisadvantagesFirst half

"...performance from the on form Bournemouth side. In the first half the Cherries did rise to the challenge, and Colchester went ahead by 2 goals deservedly. The Colchester fans grew cockier and cockier by the minute which started to annoy the Bournemouth faithful. It did not look as though Bournemouth were in the match until they pulled one back midway into the second half. The side then began to grow in confidence and beleif as they started to dominate ..." Read review
03.02.2001

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Community Level 2BD

BD

AFC Bournemouth - are we goners?

AdvantagesEddie Howe, Claus Jorgenson,

Disadvantageswe are still a selling club

"Bournemouth have a couple of interesting stats to our name. One fact is that Bournemouth are division 2's longest serving members, and Steve Fletcher, our striker, is Division 2's longest serving player. These stats describe bournemouth very well. They tend to be middle of the leaguers season after season. We are essentially a selling club and until this changes we can have no ambition to go up a league, instead maybe we should be looking at Division ..." Read review
09.07.2000

Ciao members have rated this review on average: somewhat helpful