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  1. Keeper Travers signs new five-year Cherries dealpublished at 17:16 28 June

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  2. 'A bit worrying' - your views on Bournemouth's transfer activitypublished at 13:08 28 June

    Scott ParkerImage source, Getty Images

    After Joe Rothwell signed for Bournemouth, we asked for your views on the Cherries' transfer business so far - and what they still need to do to be competitive in the Premier League.

    Here is a sample of your thoughts:

    Martin: Despite their home being a rented, small, ageing stadium with a temporary stand, at the heart of the club is a loyal fanbase with an impressive backroom team and owner. They are odds-on favourites for the drop but with a highly competitive manager and a hard working team, they will spring some surprises.

    Anon: It’s a bit worrying we have only signed players out contract, all be it with experience.

    Ray: We need a centre half (Phillips again), a left-back to challenge Jordan Zemura and a striker would be a bonus so we can play 5-4-1 to keep us in games early doors.

    Anon: I think Bournemouth need several more because the club often suffers from injuries. What about local young academy talent to gain experience and perhaps revenue by going on loan to other clubs?

  3. Rothwell aims to 'showcase talents' at Bournemouthpublished at 11:18 27 June

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    New Bournemouth signing Joe Rothwell says boss Scott Parker "ticked all the right boxes" to convince him to make the move to the Cherries.

    The 27-year-old was in demand after his contract expired at Blackburn Rovers and after nearly moving to Bournemouth in January he admits he was grateful Parker retained an interest in signing him.

    "Thankfully it got over the line," he told Bournemouth's official website, external. "As soon as I spoke to the manager, I knew it would take some beating to go elsewhere.

    "Him being an ex-midfielder was a big pull for me and he spoke about what he saw in me and said all the right things.

    "He ticked all the right boxes."

    Rothwell excelled in the Championship last season with direct running from midfield a key feature of his game. He hopes that will translate into the Premier League.

    "It's a quality that comes naturally to me," he said. "There are not many midfielders who can run the length of the pitch with the ball.

    "Hopefully I can come here, showcase my talents and catch the eye."

  4. 'Parker really sold Bournemouth to me'published at 11:01 23 June

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    Ryan Fredericks says he had offers from a number of clubs but chose Bournemouth after speaking with former team-mate Scott Parker.

    The full-back joined the Cherries on a two-year deal after leaving West Ham on a free transfer.

    He told the club website:, external "I’m happy I could get it over the line and just can’t wait for the season to get started.

    "When a player comes to the end of his contract he is going to have offers from various clubs but I feel like the manager was the one who showed the most interest in me and the club in general and really sold it to me.

    "I spoke to Junior Stanislas. He told me a bit about the club and the area and how good it is. He told me that I’ll love the manager’s sessions and that they are fun and exciting with lots of the ball.

    "I spoke to Callum Wilson who used to be at the club and he sold it really well as well. They said every player that comes here loves the club and a lot of them want to stay here and retire after football and that says enough."

  5. Break in Premier League of more than six weeks in 2022-23published at 15:03 17 June

    The 2022-23 season has been adjusted to accommodate the 2022 World Cup, which takes place in the middle of the domestic calendar.

    It starts a week earlier than normal - 75 days after the final day of the 2021-22 campaign - and finishes a week later than usual on 28 May.

    Fifa, world football's governing body, has already stipulated that players must be released on 14 November for the World Cup.

    It means the mid-season break will last more than six weeks.

    There will be 16 matchdays before Qatar - five in August, three in September, six in October and two in November.

    Games on 12-13 November before World Cup: Bournemouth v Everton, Brighton v Aston Villa, Fulham v Manchester United, Liverpool v Southampton, Manchester City v Brentford,  Newcastle United v Chelsea,  Nottingham Forest v Crystal Palace,  Tottenham Hotspur v Leeds United,  West Ham United v Leicester City,  Wolverhampton Wanderers v ArsenalImage source, BBC Sport
  6. Former Cherries defender Pearce to retire for new coaching careerpublished at 14:25 17 June

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    Former Bournemouth captain Jason Pearce has retired from playing to take up a coaching role at Charlton Athletic's academy.

    The 34-year-old defender, who has skippered the Addicks since 2019, was offered a coaching position when the club announced their retained list last month.

    Pearce made over 180 appearances for the Cherries during his four-year spell at the club, before joining Portsmouth in 2011.

    He'll now work with Charlton's under-18 players, having made almost 600 appearances during his 16-year career.

    "Throughout the summer I have had a few options to play elsewhere," he told the Charlton website., external

    "In the end, it came down to what I felt was right for me and my family. I felt it was time for me to retire and go into something new, something I was really passionate about.

    "​​I have grown into loving coaching and I have a lot of passion to help the young ones coming through, and a lot of experience as well that I can help them with."

  7. Bournemouth and Villa to meet in repeat of 2015 season openerpublished at 12:26 17 June

    Bournemouth’s first ever Premier League game in August 2015 was a 1-0 home defeat to Aston Villa
    • Since they met on the opening day of the 2015-16 season, Bournemouth have won all three games against Aston Villa, each by a 2-1 scoreline.

    • Villa have won just once on the five previous occasions they’ve started a Premier League campaign against a promoted side, though that victory did come at the Cherries in 2015.

  8. 'Players need a break in order to perform'published at 09:52 17 June

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    Ex-England defender Laura Bassett says players need a proper break in order to perform at a high level.

    After a busy post-season international schedule, the domestic 2022-23 season starts just 50 days after Premier League fixtures were released on Thursday.

    Bassett says recent international performances have shown that players need a longer break.

    She told BBC Radio 5 Live's Football Daily: "It’s tough isn’t it? But over recent years it's something players have had to get used to, rightly or wrongly.

    "I just think the clubs are so refined in their processes and their research. The amount of staff that they have now, you really have to give the players as much support as possible.

    "But sometimes, as a player, it’s the psychological and mental aspect that you just can’t take away - and underestimate and downplay, to be honest.

    "We saw from recent games that it’s tough. These players are human - you can’t forget that. You can’t just roll out performances at such a high level and intensity. Players need a break in order to perform."

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  9. What do you make of Bournemouth's fixture list?published at 12:40 16 June

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    Bournemouth will obviously have to play everyone twice on their return to the Premier League - but what's your reaction to how the fixtures have fallen?

    Which run of games will Scott Parker particularly be looking forward to? And what about a time he might be dreading?

    See Bournemouth's Premier League fixtures in full here

    Have your say here

  10. How your season finishespublished at 11:49 16 June

    Bournemouth's final five fixtures - Leeds (home), Chelsea (home), Crystal Palace (away), Manchester United (home), Everton (away)
  11. How your season startspublished at 11:19 16 June

    Bournemouth's fixtures for August: Bournemouth v Aston Villa, Saturday 6 August, 15:00. Man City v Bournemouth, Saturday 13 August, 15:00, Bournemouth v Arsenal, Saturday 20 August, Liverpool v Bournemouth, Saturday 27 August, 15:00. Bournemouth v Wolves, Tuesday 30 August, 19:45.
  12. Picking out Bournemouth's key datespublished at 10:25 16 June

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    After hosting Aston Villa in their opening game of the season, Bournemouth face champions Manchester City in their first away game.

    The Cherries then face Arsenal (home) and Liverpool (away) in back-to-back games.

    The first south coast derby of the season against Southampton is at Vitality Stadium on 18 October, with the reverse fixture on 26 April.

    Scott Parker's side face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Boxing Day and see out the season with a trip to Goodison Park to face Everton on the final day.

  13. Full opening weekend programmepublished at 09:25 16 June

    Crystal Palace v Arsenal, Bournemouth v Aston Villa, Everton v Chelsea, Fulham v Liverpool, Leeds United v Wolves, Leicester v Brentford, Newcastle v Nottingham Forest, Tottenham v Southampton, Manchester United v Brighton, West Ham v Manchester City
  14. Premier League fixtures: Bournemouth face Villa in openerpublished at 09:00 16 June

    Bournemouth will host Aston Villa in their opening game of the 2022-23 Premier League season.

    The match will take place on the weekend of 6-7 August, with the Cherries' first away fixture against champions Manchester City on the weekend of 13-14 August.

    See Bournemouth's Premier League fixtures in full here

    Have your say here

  15. Your new-look Bournemouth pagepublished at 17:30 15 June

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    Welcome to your new-look Bournemouth page!

    Just like the other 19 Premier League clubs, the Cherries will now benefit from bigger and better online coverage than ever before.

    This new, interactive topic page provides a one-stop shop for all the best digital content about the club, including insight and analysis from journalists and pundits across the BBC, fan views, team selectors, quizzes and more, plus the best of social media.

    And, of course, you also get your fixtures, results, tables and player stats.

    If you're reading this on the BBC Sport app, just hit the "Follow" button at the top of the page. Otherwise, make sure to save it to your bookmarks!

  16. The best Cherries content delivered directly to youpublished at 17:25 15 June

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    Want all the latest Bournemouth news sent directly to your phone or tablet?

    You can now sign up to Cherries news notifications via the BBC Sport app to have the biggest stories and the best content at your fingertips.

    If you're reading this on the app, all you need to do is press the bell icon at the top of the page and make sure "Bournemouth News" is selected.

    If you've not already got the app, you can find out more information here and download it below.

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