AFC Bournemouth youth team manager Alan Connell admits the academy must reach Category Two status to catch up with their Premier League opponents. The category system, introduced as part of the Elite Player Performance Plan in October 2011, placed the Cherries –who were still in League One at the time- in Category Three. Despite having […]
A new football volunteering initiative to integrate young refugees and asylum seekers in the local community is set to start in March. The project will consist of weekly training sessions in the Bournemouth area and focus on promoting social integration and wellbeing. Student Action for Refugees Bournemouth (STAR), a student-led charity, partnered up with the […]
From rags to riches, AFC Bournemouth have gone from the brink of extinction to one of the worlds’ richest clubs. But how did they manage it?
AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has paid a fitting tribute to former club groundsman John Harriss, who passed away on Monday. John, 88, who spent 37 years as the club’s groundsman, passed away on Sunday evening, hours after watching Bournemouth record a historic first win over Arsenal at his home. Speaking at his press conference on Tuesday […]
From cheerleading to rugby, sports have always been segregated within genders. But is this all changing as more and more sports become mixed gender? By Emily Potter, Rachel Milling and Laura Norman-Phipps With Special Thanks To: BU Falcons Gordon Horsley Oakmeadians RFC Ladies Natalie Carr Music credit: “New Adventures” by Tortex is licensed under […]
American Football and Football are two sports that encapsulate the cultures of two nations, the United Kingdom and the United States. This documentary explores the differences across the pond and whether we should put them aside. CREW: PRESENTER: Zak Jakubowski PRODUCER: Bailey Wood EDITOR: Akshay Kulkarni WRITER: Joel Griffiths