SATURDAY'S result - defeat to Gary O'Neil's Wolves - has increased the pressure on manager Andoni Iraola, with no wins for Cherries in nine Premier League games.

Mr Foley returns to The Vitality Stadium this weekend for the Burnley game, maybe with his finger on the trigger.

There can be no room for error and no more excuses. It was interesting that Mr Foley is now distancing himself from Iraola's appointment stating that Richard Hughes and Simon Francis were instrumental in this.

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Iraola is currently overseeing the longest run to start a league season without a win in the club's history.

The Premier League is a tough and demanding league. Cherries need an Eddie or a Gary, not a novice who has never managed in the Premier League before.

I wish Cherries huge success but I'm as disappointed, as many thousands of Cherries fans are, with the current status quo at the club.

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