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    19 June 2023

    Bournemouth Relieve Head Coach of Duties Less Than a Year After Appointment

    Bournemouth Fires Manager Gary O’Neil Less Than 7 Months After Permanent Appointment

    English football club AFC Bournemouth has sacked their manager, Gary O’Neil, less than seven months after he was appointed as the team’s permanent boss. This comes in the wake of a series of disappointing performances by the Cherries.

    O’Neil joined Bournemouth initially as an interim coach in August last year following Scott Parker’s departure and was later made permanent just three months ago in November.

    The decision to let go of him came after a string of poor results that saw them win only two out of their last ten games. The final nail on his coffin was the humiliating defeat against Sheffield Wednesday over the weekend which ended with a scoreline of 5-0.

    AFC Bournemouth Takes Action To Get Back On Track

    The decision to fire O’Neal is seen as part of efforts by AFC Bournemouth to get back on track this season following a run that has seen them lose five times from eight matches played so far. It is hoped that this change will bring about positive changes within the team and improve its overall performance on the pitch.

    What Next For AFC Bournemouth?

    The sacking leaves many wondering what is next for AFC Bournemouth given how close they are to relegation zone and without any potential replacement yet named for Gary O’Neal. Fans are hopeful that whoever takes up this position will be able to lead them through thick and thin while still maintaining good relations with all players involved!

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