Check Out “Andoni Iraola will lead Bournemouth as a Premier League “underdog.” A month ago, Iraola was selected to take over for Gary O’Neil as the new manager of the Vitality Stadium.

He stated that because we started the season with the mindset that we were the underdogs, we needed to earn some respect from the league.

“It is quite comparable (to Spain) because of the stadium not being so huge or the club not having maybe the history – but we have to use this to our advantage, and I am used to this from playing for Rayo and Mirandes in Spain.

“This was an incredible opportunity for me, not just because it is the Premier League but also because it is currently the best league in the world.

“We were familiar with the club; however, now that I have met new faces and become acquainted with new people, I am confident that this is the best decision for me, and I hope that I will be able to perform at the level.”

He continued by saying, “I don’t like it when the game is too controlled.”

We open the game by attacking and have a high number of chances and crosses because of this. “We try to attack as soon as we can.”

“There will be times when you have to suffer at the back, but you have to be ready for it because we also have good defenders.”

Andoni Iraola Will Lead Bournemouth As A Premier League "Underdog"
Andoni Iraola Will Lead Bournemouth As A Premier League “Underdog”

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Following their return to the Premier League, Jack Robinson has extended his contract at Sheffield United for two more years.

“I really enjoy playing at Bramall Lane,” said the 29-year-old player, “and I’m glad we have sorted out my contract so that I can concentrate on preparing for what is going to be an exciting season back in the top-flight.”

“It’s fantastic to be back in training, and there is a lot of hard work ahead of us to get ready for the opener against Crystal Palace next month.”

Sheffield United in discussions with Jack Robinson over contract extension - The72