Since their promotion to the Premier League in 2015-16 , Bournemouth have seen their opponents pick up 19 red cards, six more than any other side.
I liked how the "injured" limped back on the pitch after they took the free kick and was really struggling as they passed the ball to the other side of the pitch, holding his leg and looking in real pain.
& then the ball came back to his side 5 seconds later and he showed a quick change of pace to take the ball in field and pass it on with such ease.
It will be interesting to see what our FFP punishment is in comparison to theirs, a reported 7.6m fine for a 38m loss in their promotion season.
I accept my feelings are very much of a northerner with a chip on his shoulder but it's frustrating that their reputation perpetuated through the media in no way aligns with their actions on and off the pitch. It is a shame because there were some brilliant bits to their play on their first couple of visits in the top league, they attacked with such pace but what a bunch of cheating, cynical bastards. Topped off by Harry Arter a world class shithouse.
Did we ever beat Bournemouth in the prem? I don't they're as poor as is being suggested.
2-1 at home in their first season late Diouf winner from a Johnson cross , “those were the days my friend “ , 1-3 win under hughes In I think imbulas debut but certainly early games Shaq man of the match “we can only dream “