Tag Archives: Bournemouth

Pay cuts, furlough or deferrals: what are the Premier League clubs doing? | Football

Crystal Palace have said matchday staff will ‘not be financially disavantaged’.

Arsenal Arsenal continue to monitor the situation regarding player and staff wages and are playing an active role in the Premier League’s discussions. But there has been no decision taken and the focus has been on ensuring casual employees are looked after. All will be paid as normal until 30 …

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Crystal Palace fans complete charity bike ride to postponed game | Football

A group of Crystal Palace fans have cycled 120 miles from Selhurst Park to Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium. The plan was for them to watch the two sides meet in the Premier League, but the game was called off halfway through the ride due to the coronavirus crisis. The journey was …

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action | Football

Phil Foden suffered from being positioned on the wing against United.

1) Shaw’s uncertain form is a thing of the past The rehabilitation of Luke Shaw has been a success of Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s reign. A player given harsh treatment by José Mourinho may never turn into the first-choice England left-back he looked set to be as a teenager at Southampton …

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Marcos Alonso double snatches Chelsea point from Bournemouth | Football

This was hardly the emphatic response Frank Lampard had hoped for and, as he highlighted with a whiff of exasperation, when Marcos Alonso again proved the saviour, this time to rescue a point with five minutes left on the clock at Bournemouth, there should inevitably be questions raised. Alonso ensured …

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Premier League and Carabao Cup: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Football

Aston Villa’s last trip to Wembley, for last season’s Championship play-off final, turned out Ok for Dean Smith.

1) Vardy’s goal drought under scrutiny Since he scored 14 goals in 12 league games between late September and 21 December, in which he failed to find the net in only two matches (one of them against Norwich), someone has turned off Jamie Vardy’s scoring tap. In that free-scoring period …

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Why Premier League clubs are turning to an Australian bank in big numbers | Football

Macquarie Group Limited estimates that it has completed more than $1.5bn in loans across Europe’s major leagues.

It was once dubbed the “vampire kangaroo” and accused of “feasting on Britain’s creaking infrastructure” after investing in companies such as Thames Water and avoiding tax through a legal but controversial web of subsidiaries in Luxembourg and the Cayman Islands. But Macquarie Group Limited is a growing influence on English …

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Premier League, Championship and Europe: the weekend’s talking points | Football

Bournemouth’s Ryan Fraser looks to get the better of Sheffield United’s George Baldock

1) Brighton need to find right formula fast Brighton have been chopping and changing, looking for a formula that might help them beat the drop. They remain outside the relegation zone by three points and have a better goal difference than their rivals. But they have not won since December …

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Lundstram strikes late to give Sheffield United victory over Bournemouth | Football

Callum Wilson (centre) after opening the scoring.

John Lundstram’s late goal sealed victory against Bournemouth and kept Sheffield United in the hunt for European football. The substitute struck with six minutes remaining to move the Blades up to fifth in the table and to within two points of Chelsea, who occupy the final Champions League spot. It …

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Aaron Ramsdale: ‘I’m very grateful Eddie Howe gave me a second chance‘ | Football

Aaron Ramsdale became Bournemouth’s first-choice goalkeeper at the start of this season.

“It is quite hard to sum up,” Aaron Ramsdale says, scrambling to find the words to describe his metamorphosis from misfit to mainstay at Bournemouth and being mooted as a future England goalkeeper. “Eighteen months ago I was nowhere near the team here. I was probably annoying a lot of …

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