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Eddie Howe knows he needs more firepower in his side if they are to avoid relegation straight back to the Championship

Bournemouth can join Watford in dreamland as Championship hurtles towards final fortnight

Following the Hornets' promotion, if Bournemouth follow, Jack Pitt-Brooke thinks it would be a triumph for the two most exciting sides in the Championship

West Ham target Eddie Howe as Sam Allardyce replacement - reports

Cherries boss was voted Football League 'manager of the decade'

Steve McClaren
A study by UK Active has found that Manchester is Britain's laziest town

Where is Britain’s real-life Lazytown? Manchester is most 'inactive' place in the country, study finds

Manchester is the laziest place in Britain while Wokingham is the most active, according to a new study.

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has hinted he could look into the possibility of signing Victor Moses from Chelsea on a permanent deal

Transfer news: Brendan Rodgers hints at a permanent move for Victor Moses after improvement during loan spell from Chelsea

Rodgers admits he has seen an improvement in his training of late but ultimately it is the Blues' decision where his future lies

Liverpool's Victor Moses, left, fights for the ball with AFC Bournemouth's Simon Francis

Bournemouth 0 Liverpool 2: Victor Moses has now obeyed Brendan Rodgers' commandment about training

Moses rewarded for his improved attitude with a start

Brendan Rodgers shakes hands with Eddie Howe after Liverpool's 2-0 victory over Bournemouth

Bournemouth 0 Liverpool 2: Brendan Rodgers praises 'courageous' Cherries and credits Eddie Howe for improved form

Rodgers claims he has kept an eye on their FA Cup fourth round opponents and was impressed with their display despite knocking them out of the cup

Daniel Sturridge scores for Liverpool in the 2-0 FA Cup victory over Bournemouth

Bournemouth 0 Liverpool 2 match report: Daniel Sturridge and Victor Moses allow Liverpool to coast through

Rodgers picks strong line-up against Howe’s tidy team to avoid repeat of Oldham debacle

Luis Suarez was at the centre of a diving row following the 2-2 draw between Liverpool and Aston Villa

FA Cup: Bournemouth v Liverpool match preview

A look ahead to this weekend’s FA Cup fourth round match at the Goldsands Stadium

The FA Cup

FA Cup: Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Everton among fourth round ties selected for TV

The Arsenal match against Coventry will be played on the Friday night

Tokelo Rantie's career began after he answered a talent-spotting advertisement on the internet

Homesick Tokelo Rantie determined to settle on the south coast

Rantie’s career began after he answered a talent-spotting advertisement on the internet 

Flashback to 12 December 1988: the scene at the Clapham rail disaster, survivors today attended a simple service of remembrance

Clapham Junction tragedy: survivors and families remember 25 years on

Huddled against the cold and with heads bowed, a small congregation remembered the Clapham rail crash exactly 25 years after it claimed 35 lives.

Paranoid schizophrenic could spend rest of his life in Broadmoor after decapitating flatmate

Karl Addo hacked Sergio Marquez, 23, to death in a prolonged attack in Bournemouth

Paranoid schizophrenic Karl Addo admits decapitating flatmate Sergio Retamar Marquez with meat cleaver in frenzied violent attack

Neighbour heard sound of laughter as brutal attack on Sergio Marquez was taking place

Ashley Barnes rescued a point for Brighton with a stunning second-half volley

Bournemouth 1 Brighton 1 match report: Ashley Barnes shows his class to salvage a point for the Seagulls

Barnes' volley cancelled out Matt Ritchie's first-half opener to extend Brighton's unbeaten run to six matches

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