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Eddie Howe: Re-watching Manchester City defeat was tough for Bournemouth squad

first_img Last weekend’s loss, inspired by Raheem Sterling’s hat-trick, was their biggest so far in what has been a difficult start to the season. The manager believes that going over their disappointing performance has helped them to get it out of their system, but explained that doing so was far from an easy process. Eddie Howe has revealed the difficulty Bournemouth experienced in re-watching their 5-1 Premier League defeat by Manchester City. “We’ve regrouped, we’ve evaluated and we’ve reflected,” Howe said. “I think we’ve constructively gone through the game. It was a difficult one to watch back for ourselves, for everybody, because we didn’t feel we did ourselves justice, especially with the goals we conceded. “But I think it’s a healthy situation, to review, and make sure you come out with positive outcomes from those reviews and move forward very quickly. We can focus on the next challenge ahead. “Certainly it’s not a time for us to dwell on any negatives or get too downbeat. It was always going to be a tough assignment for us. I think the big thing coming out for us was to make sure we tighten up, the goals we conceded were disappointing.” An anterior cruciate ligaments injury to Callum Wilson appears to have ended the striker’s season. Former Bolton and West Ham forward Ricardo Vaz Te, who has trained with Bournemouth over the past week, may be given the chance to replace him, but Howe says he has yet to take a decision on the Portuguese’s future. “Ricardo has come in and we’ve been really pleased with him, he’s looked good and bright and he’s certainly showed a really good attitude to his work,” Howe said. “He’s someone that we will continue to monitor and make a decision on in due course. He’s certainly, in terms of attitude and mentality, fitted well into the group.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more


first_imgRAPHOE NOTES Cross-border Forum on Disabilities PresentationIn February 2013 Raphoe Family Resource Centre received funding from the Reconciliation through the Riverine, a joint initiative between Donegal Co. Council and Strabane District Council with strong support from the local community through the Riverine Forum. The funding was to establish a cross-border forum on disability, which aimed to develop cross-community, cross-border relationships between people with disabilities in the Strabane and Lifford areas. With the help of disability organisations such as Rehabcare, Lifford and Glenside Adult Training Centre, Strabane 17 people with intellectual and physical disabilities were recruited. The participants took part in 28 facilitated sessions to enhance their understanding of traditions and cultures; increase levels of tolerance and acceptance; decrease levels of isolation, alienation and social exclusion, and to enable people with disabilities in becoming more ‘visible’ in daily lives of communities.On Friday 27th September, the final day of the project, the participants were presented with certificates by Mr. Eamonn Browne, Project Coordinator, Reconciliation through the Riverine to mark their involvement in the Cross-border Forum on Disabilities.The overall aim of the Reconciliation through the Riverine is to address the impact of the ‘conflict’ on the Strabane/Lifford area and its hinterlands by regenerating the border riverside area so as to create an iconic shared space as a lasting legacy of the Peace Process and consolidating the work undertaken in the last 15 years in terms of peace building and reconciliation.The Reconciliation through the Riverine is funded by the International Fund for Ireland (IFI). Since it was established by the Irish and British Governments in 1986, the IFI has worked to underpin efforts towards peace in Northern Ireland. Progress is due in no small part to consistent international encouragement and generous political and practical support for peace in the island of Ireland. The International Fund has been the principal channel for this support, notably from the United States, the European Union, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. “This project is supported by the Reconciliation through the Riverine Project managed by Donegal County Council and funded by the International Fund for Ireland”.RAPHOE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE AGMRaphoe Family Resource Centre will hold their AGM on Wednesday 9th October at 7.30 2013 in the Resource Centre William Street Raphoe.RAPHOE PLAYGROUND FUNDRAISER TABLE QUIZTable Quiz in Central Hotel Raphoe on Thursday 3rd October at 8.30 p.m. Teams of 4 €5.00 per person COURSES FOR AUTUMN/WINTERRaphoe Family Centre are now taking names for beginners Crocheting classes and Health & Well Being through Mindfullness. For further information please contact Melanie on 074 9145796SOMETHING SPECIAL SUPPORT GROUPSupporting the needs of Parents/Guardians of Children with Delayed Communication/learning Skills and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Support meeting taking place on Tuesday 8th October at 7.30 p.m. for details contact Melanie 074 9145796RAPHOE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMME TIME TABLETuesday: 3rd & 4th class 3.00-4.00pm5th & 6th class 4.00-5.00pmWednesday: Junior & Senior Infants 2.00-3.00pm1st & 2nd class 3.00-4.00pmComputer Club 3.00- 5.00 p.m. (7 – 12 years olds)Homework Support 5.30 – 6.30 p.m.Youth Café 7.00-9.00pmThursday: Junior & Senior Infants 2.00-3.00pm1st & 2nd class 3.00-4.00pmCOUNSELLING SERVICES:The service which is free and confidential is by appointment only by telephoning 086 3601718.RAPHOE WALKING GROUP:The Raphoe Walking Group meets every Thursday at 10.30am in the Family Resource Centre. Everyone Welcome. This is a brilliant opportunity to get fit (ter) and meet new people in your Community.LITTLE SMILES WITH BIG DREAMSLittle Smile’s is a local parent and toddler group that meets in the Family Resource Centre on Wednesday morning from 10.30 -12 noon. The group is also open to grandparents/ Aunts/Uncles and childminders. This is a great opportunity for pre-school children to meet other children, enjoy messy play, story time and music. Light lunch is provides.HARVEST SOCIALIn aid of Raymochey Parish church on Friday 18th October from 9.00 – 1.00 a.m. in Manorcunningham Resource Centre, Music by George Bustard, supper will be served on the night. Tickets €7.50SPRINGBOARD FAMILY SUPPORT PROJECTBOOK A PLACE ON OUR FORTHCOMING PROGRAMMESPARENTS PLUS PROGRAMME0-6 YR OLDS / 6-12YRS OLDSSpringboard Family Support Project are now taken names for two upcoming8 week Parents Plus Programmes –0-6 YR OLDS & 6-12YRS OLDSA practical & positive guide to parenting childrenTopics include: Being a responsive parent, encouraging and supporting children. Promoting children’s language and development. Helping children concentrate and learn Building co- operation in young children, Managing tantrums, misbehaviour and problems.These programmes will be held on Monday mornings from 10.00 am – 12 noonDate for programmes to be confirmedContact Springboard office on 074 9173918Venue: Springboard, Castlegrove, Raphoe(Childcare & Travel can also be provided)Little ExplorersParent & Toddler GroupParent and Toddler Group is an activity which allows Parents / guardians to attend a session which looks at different activities which promotes learning and fun for children aged 0-4 years. Children will avail of a variety of activities which support their physical, social and emotional development as well as promoting their language development.Parent and Toddler also gives parent / Guardians the opportunity to socialize and meet up in a warm caring stimulating environment. The activities on offer at Little Explorers are: Arts & Crafts, Physical play, Circle and Rhyme Time & Information sessions for parentsParents are provided with a healthy snack!!!! The Parent and toddler session runs every Tuesday morning from 11.00am – 12.30pm. Why not come along and have some fun!!!!TIN WHISTLE CLASSES RESUME.Tin whistle classes with Christy Murray at the usual venue- the Playschool on Castle road or also known as the back road Raphoe. The classes will be, Beginners/juniors 7.00 – 7.40 p.m. Intermediate 7.45 – 8.25 p.m. Adults (over16) 8.30 – 9.10 p.m. everybody welcome All whistles should be in the key of D.St Vincent de Paul Conference of St Columba Raphoe.Please contact in confidence Tel: 0860696332.MAKE IT HAPPEN TRAINING FOR SUCCESS AT TYRONE DONEGAL PARTNERSHIPThis course offers unique Training Programme tailored to overcome barriers to learning for School leavers and young Adults. A small allowance may be available. If interested please contact Tyrone Donegal Partnership on 028 82250962.RAPHOE BOXING CLUBRaphoe Intermediates boxers will be in action next week in the Dockers Club Belfast when the Ulster Intermediate Championships are staged. On Saturday 5th October the Donegal Novice Championships will be held in the Letterkenny clubhouse and the Raphoe club will have 5 boxers in action at the championships. Tickets for the clubs 25th anniversary in Jackson’s hotel on 16th November are now sale and can be had from any club member at the clubhouse Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6.00 – 9.00 p.m. or contact Gary Mc Cullagh 0876620824 or Peter O Donnell 0877703116DD LOCAL – RAPHOE HOSTS CROSS BORDER INITIATIVE ON DISABILITY was last modified: September 27th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more