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The New Gaffer's Record

We take a look at Sean O'Driscoll stats. The former Bournemoth manager/player/physio was today officially announced as the man to take over from Dave Penney.

O'Driscoll has been with Bournemouth for 20 years in a number of different roles including player, physio, coach and as a manager.

He was appointed as the Bournemouth manager in 2000. That season the Cherries just missed out on the play-offs.

The following season Bournemouth were relegated. A year later he got them promoted via the play-offs.

Then followed two seasons of just missing out on the play-offs.

Last season the Cherries finished 17th.




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Date:Friday September 8 2006

Time: 8:54PM

Your Comments

No offence but i knew kevin keegan wasnt going to become manager.
swanzboichris
u got a great new gaffer their, u should think yourself lucky
afcbmarcus
It will be interesting to see how SOD works with a demanding chairman such as John Ryan.
sandgroanun
He has 9 home wins in the last 35 home league games for Bournemouth. One relegation & one promotion. Not a brillant record.
PopStandRover
he's been working on a shoestring with a lot of youngsters, he's done well to keep them in this division.
dazza71
i see not alot of people are confident so i dont know at the min we shall see soon what he can do i dont understand how we got him though his name wasnt mensioned
no.1 rover
Patience is a virtue. SOD will turn your average northern club into something worth talking about and put Doncaster on the map. Everyone knows where sunny sunny Bournemouth is, but Doncaster???
tis_red
everyone know's where Bournemouth is but its nothing to do with the football team!!!!
dazza71
SOD will not be returing maybe in your dreams but not back to bourmouth. he left after that long he wants better fans and a nicier stadium and of course everyone knows doncaster who wouldnt know.
no.1 rover
9 home wins in 35? thats more than he,ll get at donny.
zipadeedoodah
Well we know 1 and that's on Jan 6th!!!!!!!!
dazza71
 

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