Following his departure, a few have spoken out against former boss, Lee Bradbury, the latest to do so is Mathieu Baudry, who was farmed out to Dagenham & Redbridge on loan towards the end of the season.
Speaking in the Bournemouth Evening Echo since returning to Dean Court at the end of the season, Baudry is quoted as saying: "When you’re injured, it’s not easy and you feel like you’re a little bit forgotten. When I played, I thought I performed and, if I didn’t get injured, I would still be playing. I can’t change myself and I want to work hard. I heard some stuff saying I was injury-prone and it really hurt me but it was just one injury that we were struggling to find the reason behind. Now I know it and I have no fear and will keep working hard to stay fit. like the club but I don’t think anyone really knows what will happen. It’s a transitional time for the club and I am waiting to hear what they expect from me. I am 24 and I want to be on the pitch so I can show what I can do. I am going away on holiday and we will see when I get back. I have done what people have asked of me. I have been injured and have done my best to come back. They told me to go out on loan, I went on loan and I think I did my job".