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Solanke: Bournemouth must ‘regroup mentally’

first_imgRelatedPosts Newcastle linked with Jordon Ibe QPR slap N8.1b on Eberechi Eze Fulham join Eberechi Eze race Frontman Dominic Solanke admitted Cherries had to “regroup mentally” in a bid to get back to winning ways in the Premier League. The former Liverpool and Chelsea youngster was recalled to Eddie Howe’s line-up for Saturday’s 2-0 reverse at Brighton. Defeat was the Dorset club’s seventh in nine games and put them just two points above the relegation zone. But Solanke, who could be involved in a relegation scrap for the first time in his career, backed Cherries’ quality to steer clear on the bottom three. Speaking ahead of New Year’s Day’s crucial showdown at West Ham, England international Solanke told the Daily Echo: “Every team has bad runs, we just have to get out of it. “We have such a talented squad. We just need to regroup mentally and think about what we can do to start winning again. “We didn’t manage to get the win on Saturday but hopefully we can get the win on Wednesday. “We are just going to have to bounce back, recover over the next few days and hopefully we can go there and get a result. “There are still a lot of games in the season to go, so hopefully we can pick back up our form and go on a good run of games.” Solanke’s start against the Seagulls was his first in four league outings. Assessing the defeat to the Graham Potter’s men, he added: “We went down after a few minutes and that’s always a bit of a blow. “But I think in the first half we created quite a few chances. If we’d taken one of the them the game would have been totally different. “We didn’t manage to be clinical enough in that period.”Tags: AFC BournemouthDominic SolankeEddie HowePremier LeaueWest Hamlast_img read more


first_imgHow Brendan might look in a managerial capacity next week.Former Dungloe GAA player Brendan ‘The Butcher’ Boyle will turn his attentions to management in an attempt to land the coveted GAA 7’s tournament in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The tournament gets underway next weekend and Boyle has managed to convince his Donegal work colleagues to dust down their boots and get playing again in the prestigious 7’s tournament which takes place every year in Riyadh.Boyle, is a former goalkeeper for Dungloe and he will manage a side that contains several players that hail from Donegal. Former Donegal and Finn Harps player John Paul Boyle will captain the side and Boyle will hoping he can recapture the form of old as they plot to take silverware back to the hills.Also lining out for the team will be former Dungloe GAA underage star Michael Boyle.Boyle was an incredible talent at underage level for Dungloe but he was forced to emigrate in search of work and as a result his GAA career stalled.However, along with Rosses neighbour John Paul Boyle he’ll be hoping he can fire the team to glory. Former Mayor of the Lower Rosses Shaun Rodgers will also be participating and the former Naomh Muire man will hoping he features in Boyle’s plans next week.Former All-Ireland champion Boxer Denis O’Donnell will add some steel to the side.The talented boxer won multiple Ulster and All-Ireland crowns during his boxing career and the Na Rossa defender was an accomplished GAA player in his time.His cousin Shaun ‘Fintown’ O’Donnell and Brendan Friel from Termon make up the Donegal contingent looking for success.Friel is a towering figure and Boyle will be hoping he can lord it at midfield for his side and the Termon native now stationed in Falcarragh will be a key player for the team. Boyle told Donegal Daily, “I managed to convince the boys to tog out and play in the tournament after being approached to enter a team.“It’s going to be some experience for these boys to play GAA in Saudi Arabia, but we’re all looking forward to it.“We’ve players that were great players back in the day, well they claim they were good anyway so they have the opportunity to show it now next Friday.“It’s supposed to be a brilliant tournament and a great weekend and it gets all the Irish diaspora over here together and that’s great. “All the lads playing are from Donegal and the majority of the team are boys from the Rosses so we’ll have the right mix of quality and a bit of badness that you need.“We’re taking plenty of silver back home as it is, but it’d be nice to bring some actual silverware home.“We’ve got together and trained for the last couple of weeks and hopefully we give a good account of ourselves and do Donegal proud.The tournament starts next Friday at Salwa Garden Village Playing Fields.We wish Brendan and the boys well in their quest for global GAA domination.BRENDAN HOPING HE CAN WIN MATCHES WITH DONEGAL GAA TEAM IN SAUDI ARABIA was last modified: February 8th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:7’s.Brendan BoyledonegalGAAnewsrossesSaudi ArabiaSportlast_img read more