It’s been ten years since AFC Bournemouth’s last play-off campaign and the club’s podcast is looking back to that memorable game ahead of this year’s play-off fixtures.
The Cherries’ under-21s coach Shaun Cooper was part of that team in 2010/11 that finished in sixth place and even scored a penalty in the semi-final shootout as the club, under the stewardship of Lee Bradbury, last faced a play-off game.
And Cooper was on hand to relive that whirlwind season a decade ago which included the departure of Eddie Howe, the unearthing of future England international Danny Ings and that whirlwind ties against Huddersfield Town.
On top of this, the former Cherries captain also talked about his current role within the academy, which has seen his young side win an impressive cup double this season.
Available on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Google Podcasts, YouTube and Spotify, the podcast continues to provide a behind the scenes insight into life at Vitality Stadium, with episode eight now available on all platforms.
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