Mark Travers said “Signing for Bournemouth was great but moving here made me realise that it’s about more than just football. I had to be professional off the pitch, and I was dealing with the missing home as well. I learned a lot in a short time, growing up as a person. My first ever game for Bournemouth, we played Stoke away with the under-21s – and drew 5-5! I didn’t have the best of games. I wasn’t too happy on the bus back home. I’d been quite successful, playing internationally at home but that’s when I realised it wasn’t the same. I was in at the deep end, so I had to learn and grow up quickly, being at the level you’re expected to be at. I’ve always had in the back of my head that I would play in the Premier League and I would be a senior international, even after that game I still believed in myself.”
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