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Bourne again Published by REPD on 31 July 1999 Final Pre-Season jobbie, and it finished AFC Boscombe Bournemouth 0 WFC 4. It was pretty hot, too bloody hot as it goes, and we seemed to labour a little bit in the first half.

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Order Ambien Online Uk AFCB started very well, putting us on the backfoot most of the first half, and indeed probably should have had a penalty. I reckon this woke us up, because then we went up a gear – well, out of neutral, certainly – and started to really press forward. JH had a couple of chances which he either missed or saved – not an omen hopefully – before Robbie Earle netted with the first. From then on, AFCB had no real input into the game, and we basically gave it some, larged it up that kind of thing. Anyway, we netted our second just before the break, which was either scored by Earle or Euell – your guess is as good as mine, they didn’t exactly announce it over the PA System. So, 2-0 at HT, and it was hotting up in more ways than one. We started again, and soon made it 3-0 about 10 minutes thereafter. We bunged on Jupp in a more midfield type of role, and boy did he look up for it. He ran at everything, he showed great skill and he crossed the ball consistently each time, which is something Ardley or Kimble couldn’t do. Indeed, it was his crossing and JH’s head that gave us our third goal, DEFINITELY Earle this time.

Prescription Ambien Online Anyway, we sort of mellowed out a little, frankly in the 90+F heat it was too much to expect. We put Leaburn and Goodman (welcome back) on for Earle and JH, and we created more of the havoc, Jupp especially. In the 90th minute, we got a breakaway, and Cort squared it to Jupp, who deservedly netted. All in all, a most satisfying performance, probably not our first team, but certainly a good one for the Worthless Cup when it comes about. It’s going to be mighty interesting next week. Very interesting….