He might be out of first team action, but Ryan Garry has turned his attentions to some scouting missions for the Cherries. With time out of playing first team football, Ryan Garry has turned his attentions towards gaining his coaching badges and some scouting missions for the Cherries. The central defender is quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying: "I have been doing some coaching and also compiling some scouting reports and team assessments for the management. It is all part of your education and I have learned a lot. I put off my coaching for a few years but got on a course in May. I have started to get my teeth back into it. As a player, you never stop learning. I spoke to Bradders and Fletch and offered to help out with some scouting. Fortunately, Des Taylor stayed and he asked me to watch a few games. I’ve done mini reports on four or five games. Des has helped me a great deal and he is very knowledgeable. It has been very insightful and gives you a different perspective. It is very different to watching us and just wanting us to win. You are looking much deeper into the games and looking for a lot of different aspects. From the teams I have watched, I have told our lads there is no reason why we shouldn’t be in the top pack come the end of the season. We have got so much in our squad".