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Howe: We don't fear anybody

AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe believes his side do not fear anyone in League One following their recent change in form.

Since the announcement that Howe was returning to Dean Court as manager following 21 months in charge of Championship side Burnley, the Cherries have enjoyed an unbeaten run, including five victories in six games in all competitions.

With four wins and a draw since Howe returned, the Cherries are the in form team in League One, climbing the table from 21st to 12th and on a scoring run of 14 goals in 5 league games.

Doncaster Rovers following their relegation from the Championship have also been on a good run of form and are currently 6th in the league table, with just two defeats over the past eleven games.

Howe told the Daily Echo...

"I think they are a much-changed side from last season in terms of their personnel. Dean Saunders has done a great job to regroup and get together a squad that is going to push at the other end of the table...'

"...It will probably be one of our toughest examinations. I think they will be up there at the end of the season. They have still got a couple of Championship players who have been there and done it at the higher level, so that will help them in terms of their experience and trying to maintain their challenge.

"But it goes without saying that we certainly don't fear anybody at the moment and we are looking forward to every game."

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Writer: DJ Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 8 2012

Time: 4:59PM

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We shouldn't fear anyone as the players are now finally starting to show why they were so highly rated.
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