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Matchday Live: Cherries v Yeovil

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    Eddie Howe makes one enforced change - Harry Arter replaces injured Shaun MacDonald
  • Cherries: James, Francis, Elphick, Cook, Daniels, Fogden (McQuoid, 66), O'Kane, Arter, Pugh, Pitman (McDermott, 88), Grabban (Hughes, 88). Subs: Tubbs, Fletcher, Partington, Jalal (g/k).
  • Yeovil: Stech, Ayling, Hinds (Marsh-Brown, 66), Webster (Ugwu, 86), Burn, Williams (Reid, 51), Blizzard, Upson, McAllister, Hayter, Madden. Subs: Brundle, Stewart (g/k).
  • Ex-Cherries star James Hayter starts for Yeovil
  • Live score: Cherries 3 (Grabban 32, Arter 73, Pitman 86 pen) Yeovil 0


RED LETTER DAY 10:00am Wed 26 Dec 12

. With another home game today we have a good chance to progress with our unbeaten run. . . . Yeovil have hit a bit of form as of late. . Lets hope JAMES HAYTER is not up for another record breaking hat trick today.............. Cmon you reds.

Score: 0
TedMacsCherryPants 10:43am Wed 26 Dec 12

Amusing extracts from CiderSpace YTFC fansite:
Likelihood the Natives Will Understand You :

Still Hampshire as far as I'm concerned, but officialdom reclassified Bournemouth into Dorsetshire in 1974. Thus grudgingly one had to accept they were part of God's Own West Country. However in 1995 Bournemouth and Poole acquired unitary authority status and ceased to form part of the County of Dorset. So basically they can p*ss off - bl**din' Eastenders.

Top-Tip :
Try not to offer any criticism to the Bournemouth Chairman. He tends to take offence a little."
Very funny & no offence taken, ooh aaarrrr, oooh arrrr!!! Looking forward to the game later...........3pts

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Trevor Dykes 11:16am Wed 26 Dec 12

What sad and typically typical tosh frum that there CiderSpace feeble-minded bigot. I reckons 'e's just as miffed 'cos, read as much as you may, they don't get mentioned in any o' Thomas 'ardy's books.

Eastenders! Jus' where was the main Durotrigue trading port 'fore them Romans get down these parts? T'weren't in Somerset, that's fer sure. T'was down 'ere by Christchurch 'arbour. An' there weren't as anything Belgiae about it. They were Durotrigues.

Still, 'e might as 'ave a point about the chairman now an' then.

Score: 0
lockandload 12:27pm Wed 26 Dec 12

Just heard the game is a sell out.

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hedge end bob 5:20pm Wed 26 Dec 12

Well done you Cherries.
Promotion ? ? ?...........of course.

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