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Howe: We will continue to pass

Howe: We will continue to pass

Eddie Howe has claimed The Cherries will continue to follow their passing style of play despite their jump in divisions.

Top-scorers in League 1 last season, which was brought about through some exciting and incisive passing moves, the Bournemouth boss has told afcb.co.uk he intends to keep the same philosophy in The Championship:

'There will be times where we have to adapt and play different ways, but the principles behind how we play will always stay the same. We are a passing team... That`s what brought us success last season and, in my opinion, it would be foolish to try and change that.I think the big difference between the leagues will be in both boxes. That`s where the quality shows.'



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Writer:Tierney
Date:Monday June 17 2013
Time: 10:11AM

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