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AFC Bournemouth

League 1

Gigg Lane

24th November 2012 3pm

Attendance: 2,541

Referee: Boyeson

BuryAFC Bournemouth
Hewitt 14, Worrall 78Grabban 59, Pitman 90
Trevor Carson     David James    
E. Ebanks-Landell     Simon Francis    
Matt Doherty     Tommy Elphick    
Mark Hughes     Miles Addison    
Joe Skarz     Charlie Daniels    
David Worrall     Josh McQuoid     82
Troy Hewitt     Harry Arter     87
Peter Sweeney     Shaun MacDonald    
Zac Thompson     Marc Pugh    
Tom Soares     Lewis Grabban    
Tom Hopper     79 Matt Tubbs     73
Substitutes
Andrai Jones     Eunan O'Kane     87
Lenell John-Lewis     79 Donal McDermott     82
Cameron Belford     Wes Fogden    
Craig Jones     Brett Pitman     73
Mark Carrington     Lee Barnard    
Efetobore Sodje     Steve Cook    
    Shwan Jalal    
Game Statistics
10
Goal Attempts
10
7
On Target
8
7
Corners
11
8
Fouls
6
0
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
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Writer:BlondeCherry
Date:Saturday November 24 2012
Time: 5:04PM

Comments

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Nothing less than a draw for me so I'm reasonably happy but not happy with the reff retracting the penalty decision & our defence still. Never the less fantasic return for Pitman, I couldn't of celebrated any louder :L I think Howe will gradually introduce the likes of Cook & or Zubar but I don't think he wants to dishearten Addison by taking away the armband :/
Will-AFCB
24/11/2012 17:22:00
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Sounds like a toughy, but we had enough chances to win, which shows we are still prforming well. Cant understand why we are much poorer in the first half(s). Anyway onwards and upwards ;) Well played boys and welcome back chicken ;)
Nickacherry
24/11/2012 17:43:00
0
It seems to me like we try and work out how the other team is playing in the first half and then go for it in the secnd half
cherries94
24/11/2012 20:47:00
0
Maybe we don't scout well enough before hand? but whatever as long as we keep dominating second halfs like we have I think we'll be ok
afcblover
25/11/2012 01:30:00
0
Some excellent passing from the cherries for the Grabban goal
cows-go-moo
25/11/2012 12:25:00
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