Date:Sunday November 20 2011
In the wake of Wycombe's latest home defeat, this time at the hands of fellow strugglers Bournemouth, here are some views on the game from the Cherries' manager Lee Bradbury and a few of their fans.
The Bournemouth manager was delighted to bank all three points and particularly pleased to keep a clean sheet after conceding nine goals in their previous two games.
"The most pleasing thing was that we were a really strong unit defensively," he said.
"I asked for a clean sheet and we worked hard from front to back and got what we deserved."
"I was delighted with our unity and hunger to get the win."
"We kept the ball well in the right areas, played when we could, and it was a job well done."
On the subject of the Cherries' winning goal, Bradbury said: "Going forward we've worked on the cut-back and getting in at the far post with the opposite winger, so it was good to get a goal from it."
The Bournemouth fans think we're doomed and thoroughly enjoyed their visit to Adams Park.
The following extracts are taken from Up The Cherries, Court Offside and Football Forums.
"Wycombe have a few good individual players but are relegation fodder.'
"Wycombe look certainties to go down based on that, no wonder their supporters were so quiet.'
"One negative - We only put one goal past them despite the fact that they were truly woeful.'
ronnie bolton wrote:
"I thought we dominated the game. All in all, a good day out.'
"Would've liked more goals but I'll take it!'
"Wycombe are crap and we did just about enough to sneak past them.'
"Always nerve wracking with only a one goal difference. Just as well Wycombe couldn't hit a barn door, let alone score with a penalty.'
"Wycombe are in a terrible state and will go down, but we should be taking advantage of sides like that and did so! Opening 25 minutes we tore them apart and should have scored 3 or 4 never mind 1.'
"The stewards were my man of the match. Let us do and sing what we wanted. Nicest ground I've ever visited.'
AFCB Left Winger wrote:
"Their fans were (perhaps understandably) not the most vocal but I left with a really high impression of them as a club. I felt less an away fan and more a guest at their club. All the stewards were friendly and polite and the kids at half time doing penalties at the away end was nice.'
"Very friendly club. Laid back stewards, helpful staff, ground in a lovely setting and we won. What more could you want?'
"It sounds a lot different from the cup game in the 70's at their old ground near the hospital...not for the faint hearted!!'
Next game: Franchise v Wycombe - Sat 26th Nov - 3.00pm
Date:Sunday November 20 2011
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