Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. Two appearances into his loan switch to Bournemouth, Jack Wilshere has hardly displayed any signs of improvement. In either appearance, he never faced any competition for the Worst Player on the Pitch accolade, thereby making what was expected to pan out as a successful loan spell a disaster thus 

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With the fairy-tale of Leicester justly dominating the Premier League spotlight, Bournemouth flew under the radar last season. Dean Court, their home stadium, holds a snug 12,000 fans; more befitting of a mid-to-lower championship side. There had been plans for an expansion, but talk on that front has gone quiet as the Cherries prepare for 

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AFC Bournemouth have formally announced the signing of 22-year old left-back Brad Smith from Liverpool. Smith, whose transfer fee is at a speculated £4.5 million, becomes the second Liverpool player to join Eddie Howe’s side after Jordan Ibe- now the club’s most expensive signing for £15 million. Until his move to the Vitality Stadium had 

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Last season (2015/2016) in the Premier league Jordon Ibe played 27 times, only scoring 1 goal and getting 2 assists. For a team like Liverpool who are trying to get back on track under Jurgen Klopp and to establish themselves as a top four side again, the club needs players who can produce on a daily 

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Liverpool have reportedly accepted a bid from Bournemouth for winger Jordon Ibe, according to reports by BBC Sport. The bid – which is seemingly along the lines of £15 million – will see the 20-year old become the most expensive signing for the Cherries. This move will reportedly cost £5 million more than they paid 

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Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth have had a brilliant first season in the Premier League and have all but secured their survival with 38 points and eight games to go. They came up as a side with a reputation for an attacking passing game and they have stayed true to their laurels but many expected their defensive 

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Bournemouth are starting to stamp their authority on the Premier League at present. The Cherries weren’t given too much of a chance at the beginning of the season, and a run of eight league games without a win from mid-September to early December had many believing they were doomed. However, after a stunning revival, Eddie 

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“I believe in the project of Milan, Mihajlovic made a good impression on me”, was Stephan El Shaarawy’s reaction to meeting Sinisa Mihajlovic, named the new manager of AC Milan in the summer, and the talk of the Serbian introducing a 4-3-1-2 at the San Siro generated much excitement and optimism that Il Faraone could 

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Straight to the point: Arsenal is considered one of the strong favourites to win the Premiership title this year, which suffered a slight defeat after a heavy defeat against Southampton at St. Marys on Boxing Day missed out on the top position in the process. The defence looked awful with Koscielny and Mertesacker costing Arsenal 

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Premier League new boys AFC Bournemouth recently landed Max Gradel after their £7m bid for the Saint-Etienne star was accepted. The pursuit of the striker has certainly been tough for the Cherries as Gradel has actually been linked with the English club since last summer. However, the lure has obviously definitely been more since Eddie 

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