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AFC Bournemouth, beaten 1-0 by the Sky Blues last week in their first match since the departure of Paul Groves, have sprung a surprise with the return to the club as manager of Eddie Howe.

Howe drops down a division to take charge having left Burnley and says he has returned 'home'.

'It has been a difficult week but walking through those doors today felt like I have never been away. I leave Burnley hopefully a better club for the spell I was in charge and I was sad to leave'

Two new signings have joined Bury, both on loan from Leeds United, with youngsters Dominic Poleon and Zac Thompson linking up with new boss Kevin Blackwell at Gigg Lane.

Carlisle United have reacted to their heavy weekend defeat at the hands of Notts County by agreeing a deal to keep striker Joe Garner at the club for another month on loan from Watford.

Karl Robinson, manager of MK Dons, has denied talk of a move to league leaders Tranmere Rovers for striker Ryan Lowe, signed from Sheffield Wednesday in the summer.

'If I get someone in then there's a possibility but he's definitely not going to a club who are top of the league,' he told MK News.







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Writer:CCFC
Date:Monday October 15 2012
Time: 8:15PM

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Surprised to see Eddie Howe drop down a division but fair play to him if his family and him feel happier in Bournemouth
CET Stander
16/10/2012 06:38:00
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Surprised to see Eddie Howe drop down a division but fair play to him if his family and him feel happier in Bournemouth
CET Stander
16/10/2012 06:38:00
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