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BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
14 West Brom 10 11 15 41
15 Bournemouth 11 8 17 41
16 C Palace 10 9 17 39
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 By Steve Menary

Bournemouth's Premier League season in danger of tailing off

Eddie Howe says he is training the Bournemouth players as hard as ever as they look to end the season on a high note.

With five defeats in their last six games, Bournemouth are in danger of ending the season on a flat note and the rot needs to stop in Saturday's final home game, against West Brom.

While Eddie Howe's men have overachieved by comfortably surviving their first season in the Premier League, expectation levels remain high and the team really need a win before heading into their difficult second season in 2016-17.

A £7.6 million fine for exceeding permitted losses under the financial fair play rules...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Bournemouth's Eddie Howe bucking the odds to stay in Premier League

Eddie Howe says he is training the Bournemouth players as hard as ever as they look to end the season on a high note.
Eddie Howe has kept Bournemouth's Premier League dream alive.

At 7.23 p.m. on Saturday it was confirmed: AFC Bournemouth would again be a Premier League club next season.

On the runway of John Lennon Airport, the news came through that Norwich's 1-0 loss at Arsenal meant that Bournemouth could no longer drop to 18th place. No wild celebrations broke out as losing 2-1 at Everton, a third defeat in succession, had dampened the mood; manager Eddie Howe's brand of unrelenting ultra-professionalism has been infectious among players and staff.

"Together, anything...

 By PA Sport

Bournemouth fined £7.6m for breaching financial fair play rules

Eddie Howe says he is training the Bournemouth players as hard as ever as they look to end the season on a high note.

Bournemouth were fined £7.6 million by the Football League for breaching financial fair play (FFP) rules in their promotion-winning campaign last season.

The club's accounts were published at Companies House on April 29 and they revealed the Cherries had reported a loss of £38.3m as they won the Championship in the 2014-15 campaign.

The Football League set FFP limits of permitted maximum losses at £6m for a season, "consisting of a maximum adjusted loss of £3m plus a further maximum...

 By Steve Menary

Bournemouth slip to Everton defeat but Premier League safety secured

Eddie Howe says he is training the Bournemouth players as hard as ever as they look to end the season on a high note.

Eddie Howe was mentioned as a potential successor to Everton's under-pressure Roberto Martinez but following Bournemouth's 2-1 defeat at Goodison Park on Saturday, those putting him forward may have to think again.

Howe has repeatedly confirmed his loyalty to the South Coast side and insists that he and his team, despite outperforming this season, still have lots to learn.

Signs of a season of maximum effort taking its toll were evident on Merseyside, as Howe's men slipped to a fifth defeat in six...

Tim Howard a 'calm influence' at Everton - Roberto Martinez

Tom Cleverley and Leighton Baines scored for Everton as the hosts held off Bournemouth at Goodison Park.
Roberto Martinez says he sympathises with Everton supporters amidst frustration over another difficult season.
Eddie Howe says he is training the Bournemouth players as hard as ever as they look to end the season on a high note.
Tom Cleverley and Leighton Baines scored for Everton as the hosts held off Bournemouth at Goodison Park.

LIVERPOOL -- Under-fire Everton manager Roberto Martinez credited the return of Tim Howard for giving the Toffees a "calm influence" in Saturday's morale-boosting 2-1 home win against Bournemouth.

Howard, who served as the Toffees No. 1 goalkeeper for a decade until losing his starting job to Joel Robles this year, was back in the nets for the first time since Jan. 24.

Martinez announced on Friday that the U.S. international, who will move to the Colorado Rapids of MLS in July, would play in Everton's...