Must Erase Blyth Nightmare Memory

Last updated : 19 December 2008 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator
It is said that there is no better way to get a bad performance out of the system than to play another game soon afterwards. The Cherries have a perfect way to do that with the visit of Bury on Saturday (December 20th).

Speaking in the Bournemouth Evening Echo, Jason Tindall is quoted as saying: "Previous to the Blyth game, our form had been very good. We were unbeaten in six and had only lost one in eight so we still feel we're in good form. Although things went against us at Blyth, we've got to put that behind us now and concentrate on what we're doing against Bury. If we perform the way we were previous to the Blyth game then I feel we'll have every chance of winning. We've done our homework on Bury but I want to concentrate on our own performances and do what we feel we're good at and let them worry about that. I think we've got enough in our armoury to give them as many problems as they feel they can give us. We will certainly be confident going into the game and, now we're out of the cups, our focus is on the league".