LiveMatchday live: AFC Bournemouth 3 Northampton Town 0

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  • LIVE SCORE: CHERRIES 3 (Gosling 21, Pitman 30, Wilson 79) NORTHAMPTON TOWN 0
  • AFCB: Camp, Smith, Cargill, Cook, Harte, Fraser, Gosling, O'Kane, Pugh (Ritchie, 69), Pitman (Stanislas, 82), Rantie (Wilson, 69). Subs: Elphick, Daniels, Kermorgant, Flahavan (g/k).
  • Northampton: Archer, Tozer, Diamond, Collins, Robertson, Mohamed, D'Ath (Nicholls, 75), Ravenhill (O'Toole, 57), Byrom, Sinclair (Moyo, 73), Richards. Subs: Hackett, Warburton, Jackson, Duke (g/k).

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10:07pm Tue 26 Aug 14

camvalley says...

First off all a good result .it brings confidence back into the team after a defeat ,,sets the team up with a positive against Norwich. secondly the supporter who had a bet on 3-0 win well done hope you got good odds
First off all a good result .it brings confidence back into the team after a defeat ,,sets the team up with a positive against Norwich. secondly the supporter who had a bet on 3-0 win well done hope you got good odds camvalley
  • Score: 3

10:28pm Tue 26 Aug 14

Minty Fresh says...

That'll do.
An easy win against very poor lower league opposition.
Now hopefully we will get a decent third round draw to a properly good Premier League side..... like Man City or Arsenal.
Not ManUre obviously as they've been b*tt f***ed by a cr*p League One team tonight. lololol... hilarious!!!
That'll do. An easy win against very poor lower league opposition. Now hopefully we will get a decent third round draw to a properly good Premier League side..... like Man City or Arsenal. Not ManUre obviously as they've been b*tt f***ed by a cr*p League One team tonight. lololol... hilarious!!! Minty Fresh
  • Score: 1

11:03pm Tue 26 Aug 14

St Albans Cherry says...

The travelling fan has been short changed by the outfit described as Man Utd on the fixture list. So unlike Northampton who had a spirited side and their fans clearly enjoyed the night here at DC the M Utd fan goes home feeling drawn and tired...

Take out those that couldn't make this home tie tonight for financial reasons - I want to have a real go at the season ticket holders that failed to appear in and around the Executive stand. (You know the ones with the money, the prawn sandwiches and the token bimbo bride brigade...)

Hard working families are excused this rant, but all of you that have bought the seat for the warmth of Championship football missed a great game tonight. Shame on you! I can well understand those that cannot afford to pay out for tonights game and choose instead to go away against Norwich this week (are tickets really £42 quid?!) but the rest of you that couldn't be bothered are literally just cherry picking!

You missed a hard working professional display tonight and we saw some old friends on the park playing their hearts out. The cherry pickers will not know those that were on the pitch that have made such a huge contribution to our club over the past few seasons but to the hard working fans that couldn't make it tonight the boys did us proud!

I was able to indulge myself by going into the laterals for the first time this season (i couldn't afford the 20 per cent Mostyn increase...) meeting some of the old staff (David) and the effort by so many others to make my evening (and my family's) memorable off the pitch - you added hugely to the night.

I will creep back to the Fletcher stand for the remaining season knowing that if we get Chelsea or Spurs at home in the next rounds you pathetic shower of cherry pickers will bag your rights to your lateral seats once again. it's hopeless I know but the club should record the names of those that attended tonight and prioritise us at home in the next round ties... you won't hey ho!

My rant is probably wasted on you in your ivory towers as you haven't a clue about supporting you local team and therefore will not be reading about the game tonight. If you have then defend yourselves and explain why you missed a match, where a win tonight was vital to the club to re-inject the enthusiasm into the squad!

Rant over. The game? It was hugely entertaining. Sure we were host to a team that played like us three seasons (OK more like 5 seasons!) ago but we did the job. We also looked full of confidence and indeed we might have got our mojo back!

It was good to see some old names performing so well and I am confident that they will play a part in the future of the Cherries this season..

Ta again to the staff and to the players for making us all smile. (The Man Utd fans will have a different story to tell tonight! shamed by their 30k + a week players! Hideous amounts when some of our loyal fans (and theirs) were not able to be here tonight over the cost of a league cup ticket! The Premiership is going to Hell in a handcart...
The travelling fan has been short changed by the outfit described as Man Utd on the fixture list. So unlike Northampton who had a spirited side and their fans clearly enjoyed the night here at DC the M Utd fan goes home feeling drawn and tired... Take out those that couldn't make this home tie tonight for financial reasons - I want to have a real go at the season ticket holders that failed to appear in and around the Executive stand. (You know the ones with the money, the prawn sandwiches and the token bimbo bride brigade...) Hard working families are excused this rant, but all of you that have bought the seat for the warmth of Championship football missed a great game tonight. Shame on you! I can well understand those that cannot afford to pay out for tonights game and choose instead to go away against Norwich this week (are tickets really £42 quid?!) but the rest of you that couldn't be bothered are literally just cherry picking! You missed a hard working professional display tonight and we saw some old friends on the park playing their hearts out. The cherry pickers will not know those that were on the pitch that have made such a huge contribution to our club over the past few seasons but to the hard working fans that couldn't make it tonight the boys did us proud! I was able to indulge myself by going into the laterals for the first time this season (i couldn't afford the 20 per cent Mostyn increase...) meeting some of the old staff (David) and the effort by so many others to make my evening (and my family's) memorable off the pitch - you added hugely to the night. I will creep back to the Fletcher stand for the remaining season knowing that if we get Chelsea or Spurs at home in the next rounds you pathetic shower of cherry pickers will bag your rights to your lateral seats once again. it's hopeless I know but the club should record the names of those that attended tonight and prioritise us at home in the next round ties... you won't hey ho! My rant is probably wasted on you in your ivory towers as you haven't a clue about supporting you local team and therefore will not be reading about the game tonight. If you have then defend yourselves and explain why you missed a match, where a win tonight was vital to the club to re-inject the enthusiasm into the squad! Rant over. The game? It was hugely entertaining. Sure we were host to a team that played like us three seasons (OK more like 5 seasons!) ago but we did the job. We also looked full of confidence and indeed we might have got our mojo back! It was good to see some old names performing so well and I am confident that they will play a part in the future of the Cherries this season.. Ta again to the staff and to the players for making us all smile. (The Man Utd fans will have a different story to tell tonight! shamed by their 30k + a week players! Hideous amounts when some of our loyal fans (and theirs) were not able to be here tonight over the cost of a league cup ticket! The Premiership is going to Hell in a handcart... St Albans Cherry
  • Score: 0

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