Bournemouth manager insists relationship with club owner is positive despite dip in form
13 January 2020
Now placed 19th in the league, relegation is a credible threat to Bournemouth, who have had a five-game run without a win.
Despite the dire situation, their manager, Eddie Howe, insists that his discussions with the club's owner have been positive and focussed on finding a solution.
With relegation now a credible threat, Bournemouth's manager, Eddie Howe, insists that it's not a point of contention (or even a talking point) between him and the club's owner, the Russian Maxim Demin, despite the pair being in regular contact with each other.
"It's a relationship that's very positive and very healthy. He's given me all the support I need," Howe said, according to the Bournemouth Daily Echo.
"I don't think I've ever heard him talk negatively about a situation. It's always about the future and finding a solution."
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