With the Cherries claiming a superb 3-0 win away at Shrewsbury Town over the weekend, Club Captain, Tommy Elphick couldn't be more appreciative of the teams performance in Shropshire, being quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying: "It wasn’t just the stand-out performance of the season due to the clean sheet and the scoreline. The pressure was on and we knew we had to get a positive result. We saw out the game really professionally, we kept the ball superbly and it was an excellent all-round display. We are just trying to control what we can. If we can win our next two games, it could be enough so that is all we are concentrating on. With nine games to go, we wanted to win them all and knew we would be up there if we did. Any successful team is going to match and break records so it just shows the work we have put in and how good the squad is. These are really exciting times for the club. With the age of the players and the manager, the club is geared for the next level. We are so close and have to do it now".
Source: Cherries MAD