Eddie Howe said “Fearing the sack is not helpful and productive in any way. What am I going to do? Sit at home and worry about my future? No. I am going to try and make the team play better and try to focus all my energies on what we deliver on the training ground, how I speak to my players. I am a realist. I know football is about results. It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been at a football club, you need to win games, but I can only affect what I am doing right now. A lot of people are certainly welcome to their opinion and a lot of outsiders, probably a huge percentage of people, will say we’re done, we’re finished. But historically at this club, that’s always been the way in many different aspects. We have been written off and we’ve managed to overcome that mindset and against the odds we’ve come through and achieved great things. We’re going to have to call on all of those resources now. One point in seven games is nowhere near what we need. But the beautiful thing about that is, that is the past. Although the six games we have are very difficult on paper, sometimes that can bring out the best in us. I am still very much with the team, I’m still very much in a positive mindset that we can do it – but certainly, we are going to have to elevate everything to a new level from what we’ve seen in the past few games.”
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