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AFC Bournemouth: Roach and Fletcher handed Dean Court youth roles

Bournemouth Echo: DEAN COURT RETURN: Carl Fletcher DEAN COURT RETURN: Carl Fletcher

BOSS Eddie Howe is convinced the Dean Court youth ranks are in the best possible hands following the appointments of Joe Roach and Carl Fletcher.

Ex-head of youth Roach and former Cherries midfielder and club captain Fletcher were today unveiled as replacements for Shaun Brooks and Paul Groves.

Roach, who was controversially axed from the position in June 2011, is expected to oversee the department, while Fletcher is likely to take charge of the club’s under-18s.

News of their respective appointments was predicted by the Daily Echo just days after Brooks and Groves had been relieved of their duties at the start of last week.

Howe said: “We are delighted to bring them both back and I think it is a really positive appointment for the club’s long-term future. They know the club very well and I don’t think we could have got two better guys.”

Roach, who mentored the likes of Danny Ings and Sam Vokes during his first spell, has been auditing club academies on behalf of a company working for the Premier League since leaving Dean Court in 2011.

Howe said: “I have known Joe a long time and one of the first things that strikes you about him is how well organised he is and how hard he works. During his first spell here, he put in an incredible amount, not just to the youth team, but to the centre of excellence as well.

“He knows the job inside-out and his recent work has helped him stay up to date with what we need to do as a football club to progress. I really don’t think there could be a better appointment on that side.

“His track record with the players he brought through the first time speaks for itself and, hopefully, he can have similar success this time.”

Fletcher, a product of the Cherries youth ranks having joined the club as an 11-year-old, skippered Sean O’Driscoll’s team to promotion in 2003 before joining West Ham a year later.

Capped 36 times by Wales, the 33-year-old played for the Hammers in the Premier League and the 2006 FA Cup final before continuing his career at Crystal Palace and Plymouth, spending two years as manager at Home Park.

Howe added: “The qualities that attracted me to him were his work ethic and mentality. I did my homework on how he coaches and was delighted with the feedback we received from different people.

“If any of the players in the youth team needed a role model, they should look no further than Carl. His story shows what can be done and it is now his job to try to inspire the next generation to do the same.”

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7:49pm Wed 15 Jan 14

nonnogeppetto says...

Fantastic news it gets better and better it is a good time to be an AFCB supporter Up the mighty Cherries Welcome back Joe you should never have been treated as you were and welcome back to Carl . I am floating on cloud nine folks
Fantastic news it gets better and better it is a good time to be an AFCB supporter Up the mighty Cherries Welcome back Joe you should never have been treated as you were and welcome back to Carl . I am floating on cloud nine folks nonnogeppetto
  • Score: 28

7:51pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Royal cherry says...

The news gets better every day,eddie clearing out the dead wood,bringing back Roach and Fletcher a master stroke,Rantie had his best game last night since joining us,future looks brilliant.
The news gets better every day,eddie clearing out the dead wood,bringing back Roach and Fletcher a master stroke,Rantie had his best game last night since joining us,future looks brilliant. Royal cherry
  • Score: 19

7:52pm Wed 15 Jan 14

susi.m says...

Back where you belong Jo :)
Back where you belong Jo :) susi.m
  • Score: 17

7:52pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Mr J D Morinhio says...

Fantastic news!
Fantastic news! Mr J D Morinhio
  • Score: 12

7:54pm Wed 15 Jan 14

the amazon returns again says...

ABSOLUTE DISGRACE MITCHELL GOT RID OF ROACH TO EMPLOY HIS FAMILY ETC. GLAD THE PARASITE HAS LEFT THE CLUB
ABSOLUTE DISGRACE MITCHELL GOT RID OF ROACH TO EMPLOY HIS FAMILY ETC. GLAD THE PARASITE HAS LEFT THE CLUB the amazon returns again
  • Score: -12

7:56pm Wed 15 Jan 14

cherrychris75 says...

Best news of the season.
Both cherries through and through. Not many stains fans on here tonight either. Good luck to Foggy also at Pompey, they've got a cracking player there
Best news of the season. Both cherries through and through. Not many stains fans on here tonight either. Good luck to Foggy also at Pompey, they've got a cracking player there cherrychris75
  • Score: 14

8:05pm Wed 15 Jan 14

cheeriedriteup says...

cherrychris75 wrote:
Best news of the season.
Both cherries through and through. Not many stains fans on here tonight either. Good luck to Foggy also at Pompey, they've got a cracking player there
Fantastic, are youth set up has been suffering over the last 24-36 months, is it a good time to troll the daily echo storey. up the Cherries down the stains, we will wave on our way past
[quote][p][bold]cherrychris75[/bold] wrote: Best news of the season. Both cherries through and through. Not many stains fans on here tonight either. Good luck to Foggy also at Pompey, they've got a cracking player there[/p][/quote]Fantastic, are youth set up has been suffering over the last 24-36 months, is it a good time to troll the daily echo storey. up the Cherries down the stains, we will wave on our way past cheeriedriteup
  • Score: 2

8:13pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Afcbpete says...

This is turning into a wonderful month, and this tops everything. Yes, even Liverpool coming to town. So, so pleased that Joe Roach is back, and equally as pleased we have Baby Fletch back in the family, because it's feeling like our club again, and everyone becoming as one. Couldn't be happier, stay up this season, and it's complete, and yes, have every faith we WILL!! UTCIAD
This is turning into a wonderful month, and this tops everything. Yes, even Liverpool coming to town. So, so pleased that Joe Roach is back, and equally as pleased we have Baby Fletch back in the family, because it's feeling like our club again, and everyone becoming as one. Couldn't be happier, stay up this season, and it's complete, and yes, have every faith we WILL!! UTCIAD Afcbpete
  • Score: 20

8:28pm Wed 15 Jan 14

alasdair1967 says...

Can the news from dean court get any better welcome back joe ,
Can the news from dean court get any better welcome back joe , alasdair1967
  • Score: 12

8:40pm Wed 15 Jan 14

cherrybakewell says...

Welcome home lads.
Welcome home lads. cherrybakewell
  • Score: 13

8:51pm Wed 15 Jan 14

YafcbY says...

Dream team back room staff.
Tindall, Howe, Fletcher, Fletcher.
Whilst as a young adult I watched these players week in week out.
Safe hands with Roach.
All we need now is Cummings to return!!!

Brilliant news!!!!!
Dream team back room staff. Tindall, Howe, Fletcher, Fletcher. Whilst as a young adult I watched these players week in week out. Safe hands with Roach. All we need now is Cummings to return!!! Brilliant news!!!!! YafcbY
  • Score: 5

8:52pm Wed 15 Jan 14

raynad says...

I'm happy, feeling glad, I've got sunshine in a bag! Great news and what a week to be a Cherries fan...
I'm happy, feeling glad, I've got sunshine in a bag! Great news and what a week to be a Cherries fan... raynad
  • Score: 7

9:10pm Wed 15 Jan 14

canfordcherry says...

alasdair1967 wrote:
Can the news from dean court get any better welcome back joe ,
Only if they realise Supa is only 32 and just had a niggle in his knee and is in the squad for Saturday........too much to hope for I guess.
[quote][p][bold]alasdair1967[/bold] wrote: Can the news from dean court get any better welcome back joe ,[/p][/quote]Only if they realise Supa is only 32 and just had a niggle in his knee and is in the squad for Saturday........too much to hope for I guess. canfordcherry
  • Score: 7

9:16pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Afcbives says...

Quality amazing appointment just be interesting to see who the first team coach gonna be now as I thought it would of been carl fletcher so now I think Marcus browning should get it :)
Quality amazing appointment just be interesting to see who the first team coach gonna be now as I thought it would of been carl fletcher so now I think Marcus browning should get it :) Afcbives
  • Score: 5

9:18pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Afcbives says...

YafcbY wrote:
Dream team back room staff.
Tindall, Howe, Fletcher, Fletcher.
Whilst as a young adult I watched these players week in week out.
Safe hands with Roach.
All we need now is Cummings to return!!!

Brilliant news!!!!!
Na we should get darren anderton
[quote][p][bold]YafcbY[/bold] wrote: Dream team back room staff. Tindall, Howe, Fletcher, Fletcher. Whilst as a young adult I watched these players week in week out. Safe hands with Roach. All we need now is Cummings to return!!! Brilliant news!!!!![/p][/quote]Na we should get darren anderton Afcbives
  • Score: 6

9:28pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Wilkie says...

Welcome back Joe and Baby Fletch. Hopefully, now the brakes can come off Sam Matthews, Harry Cornick and others' careers and Joe will bring them on as he did all the others. Exciting times indeed.
Welcome back Joe and Baby Fletch. Hopefully, now the brakes can come off Sam Matthews, Harry Cornick and others' careers and Joe will bring them on as he did all the others. Exciting times indeed. Wilkie
  • Score: 11

9:40pm Wed 15 Jan 14

mossy 1 says...

So much for EH being on rocky ground,as some have suggested recently.This seems like the powers that be at DC have bought into the idea of long term consolidation/5 yr target at least.After all ,appointing youth coaches is not a short term fix,most clubs would not be able to produce home grown players if a long term youth strategy was not in place.
Personally,I feel this is huge backing from MD and/or the board in EH of his vision of how the footballing side of the club should be run,and of where his ambitions lie with AFCB.
So much for EH being on rocky ground,as some have suggested recently.This seems like the powers that be at DC have bought into the idea of long term consolidation/5 yr target at least.After all ,appointing youth coaches is not a short term fix,most clubs would not be able to produce home grown players if a long term youth strategy was not in place. Personally,I feel this is huge backing from MD and/or the board in EH of his vision of how the footballing side of the club should be run,and of where his ambitions lie with AFCB. mossy 1
  • Score: 13

9:42pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Phil McG (Italy) says...

No doubt there will be people claiming it's 'jobs for the boys' but the reality is that it's jobs for the Bournemouth boys who have our club at the heart. This is wonderful news and is making this January one of the best months in the club's history.

I would love to hear that Mick Cunningham has been brought back in some capacity then the Cherries' family would be complete.

Up the Cherries!
No doubt there will be people claiming it's 'jobs for the boys' but the reality is that it's jobs for the Bournemouth boys who have our club at the heart. This is wonderful news and is making this January one of the best months in the club's history. I would love to hear that Mick Cunningham has been brought back in some capacity then the Cherries' family would be complete. Up the Cherries! Phil McG (Italy)
  • Score: 11

9:46pm Wed 15 Jan 14

N Smith says...

Fantastic news great to have them both back
Fantastic news great to have them both back N Smith
  • Score: 4

9:48pm Wed 15 Jan 14

nonnogeppetto says...

mossy 1 wrote:
So much for EH being on rocky ground,as some have suggested recently.This seems like the powers that be at DC have bought into the idea of long term consolidation/5 yr target at least.After all ,appointing youth coaches is not a short term fix,most clubs would not be able to produce home grown players if a long term youth strategy was not in place.
Personally,I feel this is huge backing from MD and/or the board in EH of his vision of how the footballing side of the club should be run,and of where his ambitions lie with AFCB.
The critics must be gnashing their teeth!!! or kicking everything in sight.
[quote][p][bold]mossy 1[/bold] wrote: So much for EH being on rocky ground,as some have suggested recently.This seems like the powers that be at DC have bought into the idea of long term consolidation/5 yr target at least.After all ,appointing youth coaches is not a short term fix,most clubs would not be able to produce home grown players if a long term youth strategy was not in place. Personally,I feel this is huge backing from MD and/or the board in EH of his vision of how the footballing side of the club should be run,and of where his ambitions lie with AFCB.[/p][/quote]The critics must be gnashing their teeth!!! or kicking everything in sight. nonnogeppetto
  • Score: 6

11:34pm Wed 15 Jan 14

rogthedodge123 says...

A good manager needs a good team around him but Eddie Howe now has an excellent team to support him and who knows where we could end up also lets not believe that against Liverpool that we are there to make up the numbers because as they have a derby game 3 days later that will be their priority in aiming for the champions league spot so with some of their stars resting up we have a real chance of causing an upset.
A good manager needs a good team around him but Eddie Howe now has an excellent team to support him and who knows where we could end up also lets not believe that against Liverpool that we are there to make up the numbers because as they have a derby game 3 days later that will be their priority in aiming for the champions league spot so with some of their stars resting up we have a real chance of causing an upset. rogthedodge123
  • Score: 3

12:38am Thu 16 Jan 14

bmb says...

Welcome home Joe & baby Fletch. Back where you belong. Thank you Max as well for backing Eddie & Jason and letting them build a great support network around them from the youngest level up. I'm like a kid on Christmas morning with this news!
Welcome home Joe & baby Fletch. Back where you belong. Thank you Max as well for backing Eddie & Jason and letting them build a great support network around them from the youngest level up. I'm like a kid on Christmas morning with this news! bmb
  • Score: 3

4:30am Thu 16 Jan 14

Auzzi Cherry says...

Bloody brilliant news !!! Glad to see Joe back as well as "Little Fletch" !
Bloody brilliant news !!! Glad to see Joe back as well as "Little Fletch" ! Auzzi Cherry
  • Score: 2

6:32am Thu 16 Jan 14

TedMacsCherryPants says...

Wonders will never cease at AFCB! We've been on a roll since Eddie & Jason came back and it doesn't show any signs of stopping. I like the long term planning feel of these appointments and I like the team that is being built at DC, best of all they can all do interviews in English!! Without being greedy whatever next is the question I'd ask?
UTMC!
Wonders will never cease at AFCB! We've been on a roll since Eddie & Jason came back and it doesn't show any signs of stopping. I like the long term planning feel of these appointments and I like the team that is being built at DC, best of all they can all do interviews in English!! Without being greedy whatever next is the question I'd ask? UTMC! TedMacsCherryPants
  • Score: 1

6:43am Thu 16 Jan 14

pokesdown1 says...

Now ditch "Goldsands" as soon as financially possible.

Dean Court it is.
Now ditch "Goldsands" as soon as financially possible. Dean Court it is. pokesdown1
  • Score: 10

7:45am Thu 16 Jan 14

boyerboy says...

ALL WE NEED NOW IS TO HEAR THE GROUND HAS BEEN BOUGHT BACK ...OR LAND HAS BEEN PURCHASED TO BUILT A NEW 20,000 STADIA.

HAPPY HAPPY DAZE ARE HEAR !

WELL DONE EDDIE, WE LIKE YOUR CUNNING PLAN.
ALL WE NEED NOW IS TO HEAR THE GROUND HAS BEEN BOUGHT BACK ...OR LAND HAS BEEN PURCHASED TO BUILT A NEW 20,000 STADIA. HAPPY HAPPY DAZE ARE HEAR ! WELL DONE EDDIE, WE LIKE YOUR CUNNING PLAN. boyerboy
  • Score: 4

8:28am Thu 16 Jan 14

kentcherry says...

Incredibly positive and important news for the future of AFCB. Demin and Howe are carefully putting the building blocks in place for an attempt at the premiership. I would not be suprised if plans are eventually submitted for a new stadium.
Incredibly positive and important news for the future of AFCB. Demin and Howe are carefully putting the building blocks in place for an attempt at the premiership. I would not be suprised if plans are eventually submitted for a new stadium. kentcherry
  • Score: 4

9:19am Thu 16 Jan 14

ChilledCherry says...

Fantastic news yet again! Just want to make sure I'm on the right site - this is definately the BOURNEMOUTH echo isn't it?

It's just I can't remember so many positive, good news stories as we've had in the last few months. UTC!!
Fantastic news yet again! Just want to make sure I'm on the right site - this is definately the BOURNEMOUTH echo isn't it? It's just I can't remember so many positive, good news stories as we've had in the last few months. UTC!! ChilledCherry
  • Score: 4

9:52am Thu 16 Jan 14

Afcbpete says...

pokesdown1 wrote:
Now ditch "Goldsands" as soon as financially possible.

Dean Court it is.
Goldsands is probably an avenue to bring money into the club, so it's fine by me. It's always going to be Dean Court to us all anyway!!
[quote][p][bold]pokesdown1[/bold] wrote: Now ditch "Goldsands" as soon as financially possible. Dean Court it is.[/p][/quote]Goldsands is probably an avenue to bring money into the club, so it's fine by me. It's always going to be Dean Court to us all anyway!! Afcbpete
  • Score: 2

9:54am Thu 16 Jan 14

Afcbpete says...

nonnogeppetto wrote:
mossy 1 wrote:
So much for EH being on rocky ground,as some have suggested recently.This seems like the powers that be at DC have bought into the idea of long term consolidation/5 yr target at least.After all ,appointing youth coaches is not a short term fix,most clubs would not be able to produce home grown players if a long term youth strategy was not in place.
Personally,I feel this is huge backing from MD and/or the board in EH of his vision of how the footballing side of the club should be run,and of where his ambitions lie with AFCB.
The critics must be gnashing their teeth!!! or kicking everything in sight.
Ahhhh yes, sight, sadly they are so blind they'd not find anything to kick. At least, they're either blind or stupid!! Happy Days... UTCIAD
[quote][p][bold]nonnogeppetto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mossy 1[/bold] wrote: So much for EH being on rocky ground,as some have suggested recently.This seems like the powers that be at DC have bought into the idea of long term consolidation/5 yr target at least.After all ,appointing youth coaches is not a short term fix,most clubs would not be able to produce home grown players if a long term youth strategy was not in place. Personally,I feel this is huge backing from MD and/or the board in EH of his vision of how the footballing side of the club should be run,and of where his ambitions lie with AFCB.[/p][/quote]The critics must be gnashing their teeth!!! or kicking everything in sight.[/p][/quote]Ahhhh yes, sight, sadly they are so blind they'd not find anything to kick. At least, they're either blind or stupid!! Happy Days... UTCIAD Afcbpete
  • Score: -1

10:03am Thu 16 Jan 14

Sameb1 says...

Wish them well, but there is little point trying to be football coach in tis country cause all the jobs are mates for mates regardless of qualifications and coaching ability and we wonder why we are behind other leading countries like Spain, Germany, Holland and Italy at World cups
Wish them well, but there is little point trying to be football coach in tis country cause all the jobs are mates for mates regardless of qualifications and coaching ability and we wonder why we are behind other leading countries like Spain, Germany, Holland and Italy at World cups Sameb1
  • Score: -6

10:30am Thu 16 Jan 14

devon fan says...

Phil McG (Italy) wrote:
No doubt there will be people claiming it's 'jobs for the boys' but the reality is that it's jobs for the Bournemouth boys who have our club at the heart. This is wonderful news and is making this January one of the best months in the club's history.

I would love to hear that Mick Cunningham has been brought back in some capacity then the Cherries' family would be complete.

Up the Cherries!
if ever a loyal person to the club deserved a second chance I agree Mick Cunningham would be that person, we need him to change the format of the programme, whilst I like the design I find the content too many articles and very little actual club news
[quote][p][bold]Phil McG (Italy)[/bold] wrote: No doubt there will be people claiming it's 'jobs for the boys' but the reality is that it's jobs for the Bournemouth boys who have our club at the heart. This is wonderful news and is making this January one of the best months in the club's history. I would love to hear that Mick Cunningham has been brought back in some capacity then the Cherries' family would be complete. Up the Cherries![/p][/quote]if ever a loyal person to the club deserved a second chance I agree Mick Cunningham would be that person, we need him to change the format of the programme, whilst I like the design I find the content too many articles and very little actual club news devon fan
  • Score: 1

10:44am Thu 16 Jan 14

a real supporter says...

Fantastic news, welcome back Joe & Baby Fletch. Look at the pedigree of these two and what we are building at Dean Court. Thank you to everybody, in all departments. Let's continue to build and make AFCB a Championship team for many many seasons. UTC
Fantastic news, welcome back Joe & Baby Fletch. Look at the pedigree of these two and what we are building at Dean Court. Thank you to everybody, in all departments. Let's continue to build and make AFCB a Championship team for many many seasons. UTC a real supporter
  • Score: 1

11:09am Thu 16 Jan 14

Square Old Codger says...

This is very good news, not only does it right an injustice, but it brings back a good man, a loyal servant of the Club, who has an outstanding track record and is generaly accepted as one of the three best Youth Coaches in the Country. It also demonstrats the long term planning going on at the Club as it prepares itself for the future. Max Demin apears to be a man who plans for the future, sets the parameters and allows his Managers to manage. Eddie is building a team, behind the team, of course they will be people he knows and trusts and can work with, he is however a hard "taskmaster" and there won be any passengers.
This is very good news, not only does it right an injustice, but it brings back a good man, a loyal servant of the Club, who has an outstanding track record and is generaly accepted as one of the three best Youth Coaches in the Country. It also demonstrats the long term planning going on at the Club as it prepares itself for the future. Max Demin apears to be a man who plans for the future, sets the parameters and allows his Managers to manage. Eddie is building a team, behind the team, of course they will be people he knows and trusts and can work with, he is however a hard "taskmaster" and there won be any passengers. Square Old Codger
  • Score: 2

11:23am Thu 16 Jan 14

CherrySorbet says...

cheeriedriteup wrote:
cherrychris75 wrote:
Best news of the season.
Both cherries through and through. Not many stains fans on here tonight either. Good luck to Foggy also at Pompey, they've got a cracking player there
Fantastic, are youth set up has been suffering over the last 24-36 months, is it a good time to troll the daily echo storey. up the Cherries down the stains, we will wave on our way past
The youth has not been suffering at all?!?! Joe will be walking into a strong set-up and better infrastructure to the one he left behind. Its clear from the posts on here that people are passionate, but have no idea whats goes on behind the scenes in the youth. There's a fantastic group of players coming through all the ages, nothing at all to do with Joe, but he'll reap the benefits and the plaudits for work already well done, partly due to the systems put in place by Shaun Brooks, but the real stars are Matty & Danny Holmes
[quote][p][bold]cheeriedriteup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cherrychris75[/bold] wrote: Best news of the season. Both cherries through and through. Not many stains fans on here tonight either. Good luck to Foggy also at Pompey, they've got a cracking player there[/p][/quote]Fantastic, are youth set up has been suffering over the last 24-36 months, is it a good time to troll the daily echo storey. up the Cherries down the stains, we will wave on our way past[/p][/quote]The youth has not been suffering at all?!?! Joe will be walking into a strong set-up and better infrastructure to the one he left behind. Its clear from the posts on here that people are passionate, but have no idea whats goes on behind the scenes in the youth. There's a fantastic group of players coming through all the ages, nothing at all to do with Joe, but he'll reap the benefits and the plaudits for work already well done, partly due to the systems put in place by Shaun Brooks, but the real stars are Matty & Danny Holmes CherrySorbet
  • Score: -2

1:12pm Thu 16 Jan 14

afcb-mark says...

Back where he belongs, Joe Roach should never have been shoved out the way he was. Good luck to him and Carl.
Back where he belongs, Joe Roach should never have been shoved out the way he was. Good luck to him and Carl. afcb-mark
  • Score: 4

3:29pm Thu 16 Jan 14

bollybear says...

I am sure Smintho must have put in good word for the lads !
I am sure Smintho must have put in good word for the lads ! bollybear
  • Score: -1

12:18am Fri 17 Jan 14

dekayedcherry says...

Great news that Joe Roach coming back as the Acadamy Boss but a definate bonus as Carl Fletcher as the Youth Manager. With his playing experience and coaching and ex - managerial job at Plymouth Argyle under very difficult financial and playing restraints, he will be a great role model for his young charges and with Matty Holmes and Steve Purches as Development manager also involved in bringing on our youngsters, we have a great coaching set up. UTC.
Great news that Joe Roach coming back as the Acadamy Boss but a definate bonus as Carl Fletcher as the Youth Manager. With his playing experience and coaching and ex - managerial job at Plymouth Argyle under very difficult financial and playing restraints, he will be a great role model for his young charges and with Matty Holmes and Steve Purches as Development manager also involved in bringing on our youngsters, we have a great coaching set up. UTC. dekayedcherry
  • Score: 0

5:08am Sat 18 Jan 14

Rustyfootballer says...

Matty and Danny are good and I'm sure Joe will recognise that. Its funny how Pompey, Cherries and Saints fortunes seem to be like a revolving door. As one is heading up, one is in mid crisis and one is about to start crisis. Then is rotates, I feel now is the Cherries time to be having the good times.
Matty and Danny are good and I'm sure Joe will recognise that. Its funny how Pompey, Cherries and Saints fortunes seem to be like a revolving door. As one is heading up, one is in mid crisis and one is about to start crisis. Then is rotates, I feel now is the Cherries time to be having the good times. Rustyfootballer
  • Score: 0

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