Howe: Good to see players commit themselves to the club
AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe was pleased to see Cherries defensive duo Tyrone Mings and Charlie Daniels sign new contracts at Dean Court.
Mings, who was once AFC Bournemouth's record signing when he joined from Ipswich Town for £8million has signed a long term deal, believed to be four years.
Daniels, who has been a key part of AFC Bournemouth's rise up the divisions, winning promotion from League One in 2013 and the Championship in 2015 has signed a new three year contract.
Howe told Sky Sports...
'It's always good to see players commit themselves to the club.
'Tyrone had a really serious knee injury, and has shown a good attitude during rehab, and has improved since he started to play again.
'You can see the improvements game by game.
'As for Charlie, he is the ultimate professional and a standout trainer on a daily basis. His commitment and attitude to training is second to none.
'And because of that he has made huge strides in his career and deserves his contract.'
A lot of new contracts flying about, maybe the players are all of a sudden thinking more about feathering their nest than keeping us in the premier league and probably all off the back of the new signings, whatever it is somethings not quite right atm.
This is the challenge though - rebuilding the team and keeping the team spirit that got us here - time for Eddie to get the boys back on track (which I've no doubt he will) - Join the conversation here.
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