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Surman: There will be another twist

Surman: There will be another twist

AFC Bournemouth midfielder Andrew Surman is hoping that the Cherries can go into the final three games of the season with a 'no fear' attitude.

Surman has just three games remaining before his season long loan deal ends and he returns to parent club Norwich City.

The first of those three games is away to Norwich's local rivals Ipswich Town, with both club chasing sixth place in the Championship.

Both sides are three points outside the play-off places with three games to go.

Surman told afcb.co.uk...

"I said to the lads I`m sure there is going to be another twist before the end of the season, There are three games left. We are by no means out of it. We just need a bit of luck now.

"We have to do what we can and all we can do is get three points out of the next games and see where it takes us.

"We have to try and take the positives out of this game into Monday. At the end of the day it`s probably out of our hands a little bit more now so we have to go into the game with a no fear attitude, we have nothing to lose...'


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Writer:DJ
Date:Sunday April 20 2014
Time: 1:36PM

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