On this day in 2020: Eddie Howe leaves Bournemouth after PL relegation


Eddie Howe gave up his managerial role at Bournemouth on this day in 2020 by mutual consent.

The former Cherries defender managed the South Coast Club in more than 450 games in two managerial positions over more than a decade.

Howe left the club following Bournemouth’s relegation from the Premier League and the club’s five-year stint in the top flight came to an end.

Eddie Howe, pictured, takes stock of Bournemouth’s relegation to the Premier League after losing at Everton (Catherine Ivill/PA)

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“Having spent a total of 25 years at the club both as a player and as a coach, this decision taken with the club is one of the toughest I’ve ever had to make,” said Howe.

“While the affection and love I have for this football club will always remain, we all agree that now is the right time for the club to embark on a new direction.

“Bournemouth will always be in my heart but I firmly believe now is the right time for the club to make a change.”

Howe took Bournemouth from the Second Division to a full Premier League team, a rise that included three promotions in six seasons.

However, their last tenure in the top division contained 22 losses, resulting in an 18th place finish and relegation.

Scott Parker took over at Bournemouth while Howe later replaced Steve Bruce at Newcastle in November 2021.

https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/eddie-howe-cherries-scott-parker-everton-newcastle-b2135358.html On this day in 2020: Eddie Howe leaves Bournemouth after PL relegation

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