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July 2011

Barrett: Scored against his former club

Barrett returns to haunt Palace

Defender Adam Barrett scored against his former club as Bournemouth beat Crystal Palace 3-1 at Dean Court.

Bradbury: Fought to get his man

Bradbury: Had to push for Byrne

Bournemouth boss Lee Bradbury has revealed he had to fend off strong competition from rival clubs to sign Nathan Byrne.

Byrne: Has joined Cherries

Byrne joins Cherries on loan

Defender Nathan Byrne has joined Bournemouth on loan from Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur.

Robinson: Huddersfield bid for Bournemouth midfielder

Terriers move for Robinson

Skysports.com understands Huddersfield Town have made a bid for Bournemouth's Anton Robinson.

Lovell: On target for Cherries

Cardiff suffer friendly defeat

Goals from Scott Malone and Steve Lovell earned Bournemouth an encouraging 2-1 friendly win over Cardiff at Dean Court on Saturday.

Garry (r): Forced to retire

Cherries star forced to retire

Bournemouth defender Ryan Garry has been forced to retire from professional football due to persistent injury.

Features

Wolves would be foolish to get rid of Kenny Jackett, says Watford midfielder

Wolves would be foolish to get rid of Kenny Jackett, says Watford midfielder

Keith Andrews is singing the praises of Mick McCarthy's buoyant Ipswich and calls for calm over Kenny Jackett's future at Molineux...

Championship: Hugo Rodallega and Ross McCormack have helped turn things around for Fulham under Kit Symons

Championship: Hugo Rodallega and Ross McCormack have helped turn things around for Fulham under Kit Symons

Kit Symons has done more than turn things around at Fulham. As owner Shahid Khan recently suggested upon giving him the manager’s job on a permanent basis, he’s restored the values of the club following Felix Magath’s miserable time in charge.

FL72 Blog: Impressive Middlesborough show just how unpredictable the Championship can be

FL72 Blog: Impressive Middlesborough show just how unpredictable the Championship can be

Watford midfielder Keith Andrews discuses high-flying Middlesbrough, Championship leaders Bournemouth, as well as the fortunes of Brighton and Wigan...

Experts & Blogs