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AFC Bournemouth
2 - 0
Leyton Orient

League 1

Dean Court

13th October 2012 3pm

Attendance: 5,715

Referee: Steve Martin

AFC BournemouthLeyton Orient
Grabban 65, Pugh 67
David James     Ryan Allsop    
Simon Francis     Leon McSweeney    
Tommy Elphick     Ben Chorley    
Miles Addison     Nathan Clarke    
Charlie Daniels     Gary Sawyer    
Eunan O'Kane     Dean Cox    
Richard Hughes     44 Anthony Griffith    
Shaun MacDonald     Martin Rowlands    
Lewis Grabban     Lee Cook     68
Lee Barnard     Michael Symes     68
Marc Pugh     Scott Wagstaff     81
Substitutes
Steve Cook     Moses Odubajo     68
Joe Partington     Mathieu Baudry    
Josh McQuoid     David Mooney     81
Lorenzo Davids     44 Lloyd James    
Frank Demouge     Ryan Brunt     68
Matt Tubbs     Marc Laird    
Shwan Jalal     Jimmy Smith    
Game Statistics
16
Goal Attempts
2
7
On Target
1
17
Corners
1
8
Fouls
14
0
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
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Writer:BlondeCherry
Date:Saturday October 13 2012
Time: 5:46PM

Comments

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Grabbans goal? Owell great game today! Just look at the stats already. Great to see us playing like a team again & players were starting to perform with Daniels & Pugh being the main focus after their poor run of form. The only players I put into question that started today were Grabban ,Elphick & at times O'kane but otherwise the lads did a good job showing Eddie & Jason what they are about. Really looking forward to Tranmere next weekend as our season starts now.
Will-AFCB
13/10/2012 18:25:00
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Grabbans goal? Owell great game today! Just look at the stats already. Great to see us playing like a team again & players were starting to perform with Daniels & Pugh being the main focus after their poor run of form. The only players I put into question that started today were Grabban ,Elphick & at times O'kane but otherwise the lads did a good job showing Eddie & Jason what they are about. Really looking forward to Tranmere next weekend as our season starts now.
Will-AFCB
13/10/2012 18:25:00
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Hopefully now that Eddies back Pugh will be at his best & sign a new contract :)
Will-AFCB
13/10/2012 18:27:00
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Hopefully now that Eddies back Pugh will be at his best & sign a new contract :)
Will-AFCB
13/10/2012 18:27:00
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Sorry to say it just shows how the players let the previous managment down by not playing to their full potential i was not a lover groves and brooks but if you are a proffesional footballer you should do your best for whoever is in charge also willafcb says about o kane not being too good our best midfielder in the last 3 games played for the youth today and had agreat game in leading them to a 5-1 win josh carmichael was immense for the youth and he must have been dissapointed not to be in the squad but did he sulk like most of our older pros would have done no he asked to play for the youth because he wants to play football i just wish all the 1st team squad would take a leaf out of his book i just hope he stays aroundwhen his contract is up
afcb1978
13/10/2012 21:15:00
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Sorry to say it just shows how the players let the previous managment down by not playing to their full potential i was not a lover groves and brooks but if you are a proffesional footballer you should do your best for whoever is in charge also willafcb says about o kane not being too good our best midfielder in the last 3 games played for the youth today and had agreat game in leading them to a 5-1 win josh carmichael was immense for the youth and he must have been dissapointed not to be in the squad but did he sulk like most of our older pros would have done no he asked to play for the youth because he wants to play football i just wish all the 1st team squad would take a leaf out of his book i just hope he stays aroundwhen his contract is up
afcb1978
13/10/2012 21:15:00
0
Agree, I'm very dissapointed that Carmichael is down in the youth after his performances.
Will-AFCB
13/10/2012 22:22:00
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Agree, I'm very dissapointed that Carmichael is down in the youth after his performances.
Will-AFCB
13/10/2012 22:22:00
0
I heard Carmichael was injured O.o
AFCB_FAN
14/10/2012 09:39:00
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I heard Carmichael was injured O.o
AFCB_FAN
14/10/2012 09:39:00
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