Our Best Starting XI

AFC Bournemouth, also known as The Cherries, is a professional football club with its base set in Bournemouth. It takes part in the Premier League and is one of the best football clubs in the English football league. Their ground, the Dean Court, has a capacity of eleven thousand three hundred and sixty. This highly successful football team relies on the hard work of their coach as well as the team players and together, they deliver exceptional results.

Asmir Begovic

He came from both Bosnia and Herzegovina and was born thirty years ago in Trebinje. Asmir plays in the starting line-up as the goalkeeper. With his excellent skills on the field, Asmir had made contributions to the team, enabling them to clinch awards in various levels. Medals held include the winning position in the Premier League of 2016/2017, the winning cup of the FA of 2007/2008, the runner-up positions in FA in 2016/17 and 2010/11 as well as the runner-up position in the Community Shield of 2015,2016. Asmir has played on various teams for both loan and transfer purposes such as Chelsea, Stoke, Portsmouth, Ipswich, Yeovil and La Louviere. During his career, he has had injuries to his ankle and finger.

Adam Smith

This defender was born twenty-six years ago in London, England and he plays with his right foot. He holds the championship-winning cup of 2014/15, owing to his impressive performance on the field during that season. Adam has played for Tottenham, Derby, Millwall, Leeds, Mk Dons, Torquay and Wycombe during his career. He joined Bournemouth on the 28th of January 2014. Injuries sustained during games include a knock, a broken nose, and an inguinal hernia.

Steve Cook

Steve got born in Hastings in England in 1991 and currently plays as a defender in Bournemouth. He can play using both his feet, and he weighs eighty-two kilos. His versatile plays have seen him win two medals while at Bournemouth: the championship win in 2014/15 and the League One runner-up in 2012/13. Steve played at Brighton before getting loaned to Bournemouth on 29th of November 2011. He later joined Bournemouth on 3rd of January the following year on other terms. He has suffered a knee injury, a knock, and an ankle injury during his time at Bournemouth.

Nathan Ake

Hailing from Netherlands, this twenty-two year old plays the position of defender. He plays with his left foot and weighs seventy-five kilograms. Ake holds some prizes to his name. In the Club Domestic, he has two winning awards in the premier league and the League cup and two runners-up cups in the FA Cup and the Community Shield. In the Club International, he was the runner-up in the UEFA super cup, the FIFA Club world cup, the International Champions Cup as well as the Nextgen Series. Nationally, he holds a UEFA U17 Championship-winning cup. He has played for Chelsea, Watford, and Reading. During his career at Bournemouth, he has sustained injuries to his ankle and hamstring.

Charlie Daniels

Charlie weighs seventy-five kilograms and plays defense. He was born thirty-one years ago in Harlow, England and he plays with his left foot. Daniels has two awards earned during his time at Bournemouth, and they are the championship honor in 2014/15 and the League One runner-up trophy in 2012/13. He played for Leyton and Gillingham before joining Bournemouth on 25th of November in 20111. He has three injuries from his time at Bournemouth to his hamstring and thigh.

Jordon Ibe

Born twenty-one years ago in London, Jordon is a midfielder at Bournemouth. He weighs eighty-one kilos and can play with both his feet. Jordon has emerged the winner at the League Cup in 2011/12 and runner-up in the premier league, FA Cup, and the league cup. He was also runner-up at the UEFA Europa League and the International Champions Cup. With experience in Liverpool, Derby, Wycombe, and Birmingham, he is an excellent addition to Bournemouth. He has suffered knee injuries, illness, and a hamstring injury while at Bournemouth.


Andrew Surman

This midfielder was born in Johannesburg thirty-one years ago, and he plays with his left foot. He holds two cups for his time at Bournemouth: winner at Championships in 2014/15 and runner-up in the Championships in 2010/2011. Before signing with Bournemouth, he played at Norwich, Wolverhampton, Walsall, and Southampton. He has suffered knee injuries, calf muscle strain, and a hamstring injury while at Bournemouth.

Marc Pugh

Born in Bacup in England thirty years ago, Marc plays the midfield position and uses his right foot. He has two awards: the championship win of 2014/15 and the League One runner-up of 2012/13. Marc has played for Hereford, Luton, and Shrewsbury. During his time at Bournemouth, he has sustained injuries to his hamstring and calf muscle.

Harry Arter

Harry was born twenty-seven years ago in Ireland and plays the midfield with his left foot. He weighs seventy kilos. He won the championship in 2014/15 and clinched the runner-up position in the League One in 2012/13. He has played in Carlisle, Woking, and Charlton. Injuries sustained at Bournemouth include tendonitis, a calf injury, a groin strain and an ankle injury.

Joshua King

Joshua was born in Norway and is an attacker at Bournemouth. He can play using both feet, and this makes him an asset to the team. He has won the league cup and the premier league and has gotten to be a runner-up in the Community Shield and the premier league. In club international, he walked away as a runner-up in 2010/11. He has played for Preston, Manchester United, Hull and Blackburn. Injuries sustained since joining Bournemouth include back injuries, hamstring injuries and a knock.

Callum Wilson

This English player was born twenty-five years ago in Coventry. He can attack using both feet, and he weighs sixty-six kilos. He won the championship in 2014/15. He played in Tamworth and Coventry before joining Bournemouth in 2014. He has suffered injuries to his knee, head, and hamstring while playing at Bournemouth. With the abundant talent of both the players and the coach, Bournemouth continues to excel in the English Premier League.

Coach: Edie Howe

Eddie got born in England on 29th November in 1977 at Amersham. He took up a career in football coaching, and during his years on the field, he has helped shape the talents of hundreds of players who have come by his teachings. Edward joined AFC Bournemouth in December 2008, and he coached the players for a few years before leaving the club in January 2011 when he headed to Burnley. He did not stay long at Burnley and in October 2012, he came back to coach Bournemouth and has been on the team ever since. A man of Eddie’s skills gets to walk away with some awards during his career. He holds two to his name: the Championship win of 2014/15 and the runners-up in the League One of 2012/13. His efficiency in coaching will enable Bournemouth to keep being one of the top teams in the English Premier League.