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Arter: 'Every game will be a big one'

Arter: 'Every game will be a big one'

The excitement is building amongst The Cherries camp ahead of the fixtures being released Wednesday as Harry Arter explains.

Speaking to afcb.co.uk, the centre-midfielder has explained how he'll be waiting for the announcement at 9am:

'You always look forward to the fixtures coming out but getting promotion to the Championship means there are even more games to look forward to. I'm sure it`s the same for the fans... You always want to test yourself against the teams that have come down from the Premier League too. But there are so many big teams in that division, so every game will be a big one. It`s going to be a new experience for a lot of the lads and one that I'm sure everyone is looking forward to. Especially the first game, there`s going to be a sense of excitement and I think we've the quality to back it up.'



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Writer:Tierney
Date:Tuesday June 18 2013
Time: 11:07AM

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