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Development Squad

Brown keen to entertain in Vitality Stadium show


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Lewis Brown insisted the AFC Bournemouth development squad would be going all out to entertain at Vitality Stadium, in their final regular league game of the campaign.

The midfielder, who has come through the youth ranks at the Dorset club since under-7 level, is preparing for his side to face Crewe Alexandra in the Professional Development League this evening (7.30pm kick-off).

Victory would take the Cherries into the top three of the division in their inaugural season at category two level.

Alan Connell’s side would need to win by a 15-goal margin to secure a top-two place, but Brown’s main focus is to put on a show for those in attendance.

He told afcb.co.uk: “We’re just going to play with freedom like we have all season and see what happens. We’ve got players and individuals that want to entertain.

“As a whole team we want to entertain fans and people that are going to watch the game.

“It’s a great experience (playing at the stadium), especially as a young footballer. Hopefully it’s going to be a good crowd and we can put in the performance that we need.”

The Cherries have picked up 48 points from 28 games at present this campaign, winning 15 times in the process.

“There has been loads of ups and downs this season,” said Brown.

“We’ve had leads, we’ve given away leads and come back in games where it looked like we wouldn’t come back.

“But, overall, it’s been a good season for the lads.”

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