Manager Lee Bradbury was quoted as saying after his side were spanked by 3-goals in the opening 10 minutes as saying: "It was men against boys the first 15 minutes. I thought we froze a little bit. After that, once we'd grasped the game, we probably had the better chances in the game - four clear-cut chances that you'd expect to score. This is the third week in a row I've stood here and said we've created chances and got nothing out of the game. It's got to change straight away. We've got two big home games coming up and we've got to throw ourselves into them wholeheartedly. We didn't shut up shop well enough. If we go 1-0 down, we should make sure we don't go two down. We shouldn't be conceding the goals we're conceding".
The Cherries have scored just the once (v Leyton Orient), in the last 9 hours 12 minutes of play gaining a single point in that period (v Hartlepool United).