The boys review the Leicester and Burnley matches, discuss a Marc Pugh wonder-strike, a Jeff Hendrick goal-of-the season contender, plus we chart Baily Cargill’s progress at Gillingham, speak to Cherry Chimes author Peter Bell, and preview our next match in El Classicoast.
Sean and Sam give their brief thoughts on that 3-2 defeat against the Clarets, as well as the 1-0 home win over the Foxes at the Vitality Stadium – but not before Michael Dunne has worked his magic with a match-report montage from those games, where the statistics read: L1, W1 (who says we’re inconsistent)?
Another person who will be having their say is Peter Bell, and he runs the online Cherries fanzine Cherry Chimes, and later in the show, forming part of the Online Review – we’ll talk to him about his website, the articles you can expect, as well as his love for AFC Bournemouth.
We’ll also be taking in the second part of our ongoing Loan Watch series – a couple of shows ago it was the Championship with Glenn Murray, this week it is League One, as we speak to Gillingham fan Henry, who charts the progress of defender Baily Cargill.
Plus we preview next weekends live Sky match against Southampton, in the match that is almost universally now know as “El Classicoast”.
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