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AFC Bournemouth will be hoping to follow up their impressive display at Barnsley when they face fellow Championship high-fliers Swansea City on Tuesday 7.
Brooklyn Genesini discusses returning from injury and making his mark. Club news. Defoe represented England at U16, U18, U21 and senior level — present , scoring 19 goals in 55 appearances for the senior team with three games and a goal at the FIFA World Cup.
Lallana has played 20 games for the country at senior level and is signed to Liverpool FC. Football is a sociable sport. From matchday banter with fans on the stands to familiar faces in the local pub, and long-standing friendships forged from being together in the Junior Cherries, AFC Bournemouth fans love to share their opinions and ideas about their beloved club.
Many dedicated fan sites like Vital Bournemouth www. But the dawn of Facebook, Twitter etc has seen the conversation ramp up, with opportunities for sharing videos, pictures, links and viewpoints as it happens.
You can discuss that blinding Callum Wilson strike seconds after it is made, keep tabs on rival clubs and share crucial scorelines as they come in.
Or watch the game at the Portman Hotel, the pub our beloved Boscombe FC used as a changing room while the first ground and facilities were under construction at Dean Court.
They join the Hampshire League. Dean Court, named after the family, takes shape. The club signs its first professional player, B. It changes its name to Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic Football Club to better represent the district.
It plays its first ever league match away to Swindon losing The stripes in the background are based on the club shirt and the profile of a player heading the ball honours Dickie Dowsett, a prolific scorer for AFCB in the s and 60s.
The arrival of manager Alec Stock and David Webb brings new prospects and the team is promoted in He applies for the main job part way through the season when Webb leaves, but Don Megson is appointed.
Harry Redknapp is hired as his replacement. As a result local police stop the club staging home games on bank holidays for more than a decade.
He leaves blaming financial pressures and joins West Ham United as coach. Redknapp is replaced by Tony Pulis who builds a much cheaper squad but only manages two consecutive 17th place finishes.
The team loses its first seven games and has just nine points by Christmas. Bournemouth swerves relegation by just two points.
In , the club was granted a long lease over some wasteland next to Kings Park as the club's football ground by local businessman J.
With their own ground, named Dean Court after the benefactor, the club continued to thrive and dominated the local football scene. The same year the club signed its first professional player Baven Penton.
Around about this time, the club obtained their nickname "The Cherries". There are two leading explanations of how the club gained the nickname: from the cherry-red striped shirts that the team played in, and, perhaps less plausible, because Dean Court was built adjacent to the Cooper-Dean estate, which, it is believed, may have contained many cherry trees.
For the first time, during the —14 season, the club competed in the FA Cup. The club's progress, however, was halted in with the outbreak of World War I , and Boscombe returned to the Hampshire League.
In , the Third Division of the Football League was formed, and Boscombe were promoted to the Southern League , finding moderate success.
During the same year, the club was elected to the newly expanded Third Division South. The first league match was at Swindon Town on 25 August , which Bournemouth lost 3—1.
The first league game at Dean Court was also against Swindon, where Bournemouth gained their first league point after a 0—0 draw. Initially, Bournemouth struggled in the Football League but eventually established themselves as a Third Division club.
Bournemouth remains on the records as the longest continuous members of the Third Division. As a league club, Bournemouth had to wait until after the Second World War before winning their first trophy.
The club adopted the AFC Bournemouth name in ,  with the intention that the club would appear first in alphabetical lists of English clubs.
Their red and black kit, introduced in , was based on the A. Milan strip. Redknapp took Bournemouth into the second tier of the English league for the first time in their history as Third Division champions in After comfortably surviving in their first season in the Second Division, Bournemouth made a serious challenge for promotion to the top flight in the —89 season ; they ultimately fell away after a poor run late in the season, but their eventual finish of 12th place remained their highest-ever in the Football League until the —14 season.
On 5 May , the final day of the —90 season , Leeds United had the chance to win the Second Division and gain promotion into the First Division by beating Bournemouth at Dean Court.
Some United fans had already caused trouble in the town during the morning and the atmosphere was tense as Leeds won the match by a single goal.
Combined with the results of other matches, this meant that Leeds were promoted while Bournemouth were relegated. Financially, the Leeds trouble affected the club for more than a decade, as Bournemouth were prevented by local police from staging home games on Bank Holidays traditionally a popular day for football until a game against Shrewsbury Town on 21 April Redknapp remained at the club for two more seasons, both of which ended with the club falling three points short of the play-offs.
However, mounting financial pressures caused him to resign his position at the end of the —92 season , and he subsequently rejoined former club West Ham United as a coach.
He was replaced by Tony Pulis , who built a much cheaper squad that could only manage two consecutive 17th-place finishes before Pulis walked out of the club, blaming financial pressures.
Bournemouth went the first few months of the —95 season without a permanent manager in place, and a dreadful start saw them bottom of the table for much of the first half of the season.
Despite a minor upturn in form when Mel Machin was appointed as manager, they looked highly unlikely to survive, given that there were five relegation spots in Division Two for that season due to league reconstruction.
However, a late run of form combined with collapses by relegation rivals Cambridge United and Plymouth Argyle saw them survive on the last day of the season by two points.
Machin ultimately remained in charge for six years, most of which were marked by unremarkable mid-table finishes.
The —99 season proved to be arguably the highlight of his tenure, with the club making a serious playoff challenge for most of the season, but ultimately falling short and finishing seventh.
However, a drop to 16th place in the — season followed by a poor start to the following season saw Machin removed from his position and given the role of director of football.
Sean O'Driscoll was promoted from the coaching staff in place of Mel Machin at the start of the —01 season. In O'Driscoll's first season as manager, Bournemouth narrowly missed out on the Division Two playoffs but were relegated a year later in the new stadium in the early part of the —02 season, they played their home matches at Dorchester Town 's ground while their own stadium was being redeveloped.
The board kept faith in O'Driscoll and they were rewarded with promotion via the Division Three playoffs in — Under O'Driscoll, Bournemouth narrowly missed out on the play-offs for the —04 and —05 seasons, and just avoided relegation in the —06 season.
Long-serving player James Hayter scored the fastest league hat-trick in English Football League history during the —04 season. The Cherries were leading 3—0 against Wrexham thanks to goals from Stephen Purches, Warren Cummings and Warren Feeney when Hayter was brought onto the field as a substitute.
With 86 minutes gone, Hayter managed to net three goals in the space of two minutes and 17 seconds, making the final score 6—0 to Bournemouth.
He was replaced by Kevin Bond. In February , Bournemouth were forced into administration, suffering a ten-point deduction which put them in relegation trouble.
Ahead of the —09 season , the team's future in the Football League was put into doubt when the league threatened to block Bournemouth's participation in League Two, due to problems with the club's continuing administration and change in ownership.
The league ordered both Bournemouth and Rotherham United to demonstrate that they could fulfil all of their fixtures and find a way out of administration,  eventually allowing the club to compete with a point penalty for failing to follow the Football League insolvency rules.
The new company was also ordered to pay unsecured creditors the amount offered at the time of the original CVA around ten pence in the pound within two years.
Early into the season, manager Bond was sacked and was replaced by former player Jimmy Quinn , who would himself leave the club only a few months later.
However, in January , Murry missed the deadline to buy Baker's shares. In the final home game of the —09 season, the Cherries guaranteed their Football League status by beating Grimsby Town 2—1 with a winning goal ten minutes from time by Bournemouth's Steve Fletcher, sparking wild celebrations after a fairytale ending to "The Great Escape.
In June , a consortium including Adam Murry finally took over Bournemouth. Howe's first full season in charge brought success as Bournemouth finished second in League Two to earn promotion with two games to spare.
Howe subsequently left the club for Burnley during the following season; his successor, another former Bournemouth player, Lee Bradbury , led Bournemouth to the League One play-offs.
The two-legged semi-final against Huddersfield Town finished 3—3 after extra time, and Huddersfield went through the final by winning the penalty shoot-out 4—2.
Bradbury was unable to lead Bournemouth to another promotion challenge in the —12 Football League One , placing 11th after a season of indifferent results, and was replaced by youth team coach Paul Groves for the final games of the season.
Groves remained in charge at the start of the —13 season , only to be sacked in October following a start which left the club near the bottom of the table.
Eddie Howe returned as manager, and not only did he pull the club away from their early-season relegation battle, they achieved promotion to the Championship , returning to the second-tier of English football for the first time since The club also revealed a new club crest.
Bournemouth finished their first season back in the Championship in tenth place, their highest ever position in the Football League.
On 25 October , Bournemouth won 8—0 away at St. Andrew's against Birmingham City. It was the first time that the Cherries had ever scored eight goals in a league game and their largest winning margin in the league not counting a 10—0 win over Northampton Town in September , which was discounted after the league was abandoned due to the Second World War.
Bournemouth were again drawn against Liverpool but lost 3—1. The club spent most of the —15 season near the top of the table, and a 3—0 win away at Charlton Athletic on the final day of the season was enough to clinch the Championship title and a first-ever promotion to the top flight of English football.
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