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MacDougall in Superstore ahead of Saints game


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Club legend Ted MacDougall will be in the AFC Bournemouth Superstore on Saturday to sign copies of his book, MacDou-goal.

Cherries fans can meet the former striker between 10.30am and 11.30am ahead of the fixture with Southampton.

Famous for his nine goals against Margate in the FA Cup, as well as scoring over 100 league goals for the Cherries, the striker also enjoyed spells with the Saints, Norwich City and Manchester United.

The book originally came out back in September 2016, with MacDougall also signing copies in the Superstore upon its release.

However, now, the final chapter has been updated with the 71-year-old discussing recent affairs in the beautiful game, as well as the Cherries’ progress over the last two years.

Additionally, MacDougall will also be making an appearance at the Vitality Football Festival on Saturday, an event taking place on the 3G pitches behind Vitality Stadium between 12pm and 12.30pm.

He will then go around the hospitality lounges ahead of kick-off, as the Cherries take on Southampton in the Premier League.

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