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Back Of The Net - The AFC Bournemouth Podcast

Back of the Net - The AFC Bournemouth Podcast

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Back of the Net is AFC Bournemouth's only weekly podcast where Cherries fan can listen to match analysis, features, interviews and behind the scenes information each and every Monday morning. We'll bring you fans vox-pops from the latest Cherries game, as well as providing our own take on proceedings in our Championship, FA Cup and EFL Cup campaigns. As well as featuring the first team, we'll go behind the scenes at the Vitality Stadium, as well as featuring other teams including the Women's ...
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①Shanghai-style Qipao collection on exhibition in Brussels ②Grand Canal exhibition in China showcases archaeological findings ③A Thousand Whys: How did a canal destroy an emperor's reputation? ④Pet waiting lounge in China airport provides reassurance to owners ⑤Youngsters becoming more fitness-conscious…
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①Global scientists join hands to rebuild DNA tree of life for plants ②China-made driverless minibus to hit road in Turin, Italy ③Internet-powered nursing services available in all Chinese provinces: NHC ④3 more Chinese items inscribed on UNESCO Memory of the World regional register ⑤A Thousand Whys: Why do Chinese people worship 'Silkworm Goddess' …
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Use the promo code "RickeyBlog" for 10% off at LastDiveBar.com A’s fans Robb Roberts and Gabe Hernandez join Alex and Hal to go behind the scenes on their hunt for the old Rooted In Oakland truck. We discuss Robb’s incredible A’s collection, Gabe’s career as an A’s YouTuber, how they went on a safari to find the truck, A’s burning bridges with thei…
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Cherries fans couldn't hide their excitement on Monday as the news was announced that Andoni Iraola signed a contract extension at Vitality Stadium, signalling his intent to continue Bill Foley's vision at Vitality Stadium until the summer of 2026. The ripple effect of the signing could be huge, for a number of reasons. In this podcast, Sam and Tom…
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①Car rental services boosted as tourism market heats up ②Free half-day tour provided for int'l transit passengers in Shanghai ③Scientists develop heat-resistant aluminum alloys for aerospace applications ④Chinese scientists discover new kind of dinosaur egg ⑤24 Solar Terms: Why do Chinese children wear egg pouches on the Start of Summer?…
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①Sanxingdui Museum in SW China opens ancient bronze ware exhibition ②China's rural museums promote local cultures ③Retail success of space flower shows strong public support ④Low-altitude aircraft finds big market in China's agricultural sector ⑤Digital nomads inject new vitality into southwest China tourist city ⑥Brain-computer interface tool impr…
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Use the promo code "RickeyBlog" for 10% off at LastDiveBar.com Writer Dan Moore joins Alex and Hal to chat about his recent articles in The Atlantic and The Ringer. We discuss the billions of public dollars poured into stadiums for private sports teams throughout the decades, the A's proposed ballpark in Las Vegas, and the current state of stadiums…
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This weekend, Bournemouth were outclassed, yet fans left the Emirates feeling outraged! It was clear to see that Arsenal were imperious. They were superior in every department, and the result against Cherries did not flatter them. They dominated us, their xG was better, and they created way more chances. However, two decisions at the weekend frustr…
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①Sino-French sound art exhibition opens in Shanghai ②China's Einstein Probe astronomical satellite captures its first in-orbit images ③Advanced 5G base station launched in Mt. Qomolangma ④Chinese scientists develop wearable batteries that can charge cellphone ⑤China's sci-fi industry rakes in 16 bln USD in 2023 ⑥World's largest Peppa Pig outdoor th…
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①Space station's coating tech enhances food preservation on Earth ②AI platform doubles detection rates for early-stage esophagal cancer ③Silver economy sees more talent, infrastructure support ④"Office farmers" grow fruit plants for novelty and stress relief ⑤East China wetland project selected as key case of UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration…
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Use the promo code "RickeyBlog" for 10% off at LastDiveBar.com Alex and Hal talk about the A's recent road trip in New York and Baltimore after meeting up for a couple of fun games at Camden Yards. We discuss how Hal is going to be a dad later this year, meeting A's fans on the East Coast, the SELL flag movement going nationwide, the Jenny Cavnar p…
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①China, Sri Lanka collaborate to establish Belt and Road joint laboratory ②Hong Kong researchers pioneer new stem cell platform for immunodeficiency treatment ③China's archaeological site parks register strong revenue growth for 2023 ④China unveils highest-level Chu state tomb excavated to date ⑤Millennial "Village Wrestling" ignites arena in N Chi…
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Cherries 3-0 win over Brighton saw Bournemouth rise up to tenth in the Premier League, but as the dust settles after a stunning Premier League win, the BBC got in touch with us to ask a question, and, put simply - we don't know how to answer it, so we need your help. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to all our platforms. If you’re enjoying…
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①Chinese ballet to illuminate Dutch stadium ②China's Bronze Age relics enchant American audience ③Chinese readers find new passion for scientific literature ④Chinese scientists discover 46 subglacial lakes in Antarctica ⑤Panda fossil site discovered in Asia's longest cave in SW China's Guizhou ⑥North China county finds success in cat litter busines…
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Bournemouth’s first half against Villa was cool, controlled, and but for a lapse in concentration in the stoppage time, it would have been comfortable - as most of the hosts early threats were being stubbed out. With Dom Solanke’s eighteenth goal of the season in the bank - it was looking like Iraola's side would go in 1-0 up, but ex-Red Morgan Rog…
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①China's Tiandu satellites conduct Earth-Moon transmission, routing experiments ②Study sheds new light on origin of fast radio bursts ③China unveils plan to promote trade-ins of consumer goods ④China joins int'l IP cooperation initiative to enhance patent prosecution processes ⑤China's Jiangsu welcomes its 1st all-cargo air route to Latin America ⑥…
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①China-Laos Railway adds one pair of trains for int'l passenger service ②China launches national supercomputing network to boost digital economy ③China completes new round of tests on reusable liquid rocket engine ④Over 70 national IP protection centers under construction or in operation in China ⑤China sees 56 new unicorn enterprises in 2023: repo…
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Use the promo code "RickeyBlog" for 10% off at LastDiveBar.com Wayne Coy, host of Bleav Network's Athletics Cast, joins Alex and Hal to discuss the A's relocation efforts. We talk about the team's future, the upcoming summer events like Roots vs. Earthquakes, MLB's billionaire owners chasing public handouts, Hal gets emotional talking about A's fan…
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Why are Manchester United fans happy to accept mediocrity? Which club does Dominic Solanke REALLY need to play for to be noticed by Gareth? How on EARTH will Tyler Adams work his way into a midfield duo as good as what Christie and Cook are?! And was that our most frustrating draw of the season?! Sam and Tom untangle the weekend's game, where VAR w…
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①China's lifelong education platform serves 6.8 mln users ②Chinese researchers develop new luminous smart fiber ③Shanghai advances development of 6G ④China's Chongqing to upgrade NEV charging facilities ⑤New all-cargo air route links Hangzhou, Miami ⑥WTA1000 Wuhan Open to return in October ⑦Archaeologists reconstruct grassroots official over 2,200 …
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Use the promo code "RickeyBlog" for 10% off at LastDiveBar.com Vital Vegas founder Scott Roeben joins Alex and Hal to share his inside information about the A's and Sin City. Roeben tells us why he thinks the A's have a 90 percent chance to stay in Sacramento, how John Fisher and the A's have no support in Las Vegas, the future of the Tropicana Lot…
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①China's Dunhuang, French museum to co-build database of Mogao Grottoes ②Titian's masterpiece "Flora" breathes vibrancy into Sino-Italian art exchange ③2024 Beijing Daxing Half Marathon to take place on April 27 ④China, Thailand to cooperate in lunar exploration missions ⑤Construction of robotics industrial park in northern Beijing begins ⑥China's …
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①Exhibition jointly held by Palace Museum, Palace of Versailles opens in Beijing ②Beijing advances demonstration zone for UAVs near Great Wall ③China records over 1 billion online audiovisual users ④Shanghai to build complete care system for children with autism by 2027 ⑤Researchers create concept for quantum batteries with efficient remote chargin…
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Carlton Morris scored an injury-time winner for the Hatters as they saw off Bournemouth at the death to keep their hopes of Premier League survival alive. With Manchester City around the corner, it was a must win for the Hatters - so after a fantastic but fruitless first half, and THEN going a goal behind, the reaction from the home side was nothin…
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①Beijing International Film Festival to open in mid-April ②Cultural relics from Luxembourg on display in China's Henan ③12 Olympic champs confirm participation in World Athletics Diamond League in Xiamen ④New version of International Web Portal of Beijing launched ⑤China's gigantic telescope provides nearly 900 observation hours to foreign research…
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Use the promo code "RickeyBlog" for 10% off at LastDiveBar.com Kyle Madson from ESPN 1320 radio in Sacramento joins Alex and Hal to discuss the A's move to Sacramento, which was announced by A's owner John Fisher and Kings/River Cats owner Vivek Ranadive on 4/4/24. We discuss Kyle's perspective as an A's fan working in Sacramento, the Vivek-Fisher …
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Last year, the pundits has the knives out as Bill Foley made a managerial switch which was deemed scandalous and ludicrous. Since then, after a shaky start where players adopted a new style, Cherries have scored more, accrued more points, conceded fewer, and are three points from European football. Should more respect be put on Andoni's name from t…
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①Harvest of renowned Longjing tea begins in east China ②Beijing's Olympic venues thrive year-round after bustling winter season ③China's online senior university launches new open classes ④Shanghai has over 2,000 km of roads allowing autonomous driving tests ⑤China Hospitality Association urges greater convenience for global travelers ⑥New Zealand …
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Use the promo code "RickeyBlog" for 10% off at LastDiveBar.com Alex and Hal discuss Tuesday's upcoming meeting between the A's and Oakland about the Coliseum lease, whether the A's-to-Sacramento rumors are legit and recap the Opening Day boycott in the parking lot. Follow @RickeyBlog RickeyBlog.com YouTube Twitter Instagram Venmo…
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①China issues guidelines for enforcement of 10-year Yangtze River fishing ban ②China's Queqiao-2 relay satellite enters orbit around the moon ③Old Summer Palace themed exhibition opens at Hong Kong Palace Museum ④French musical "Don Juan" starts China tour ⑤Over 2.5 million Chinese run marathons, half-marathons in 2023 ⑥Hydrogen-powered vehicles ma…
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Use the promo code "RickeyBlog" for 10% off at LastDiveBar.com Alex and Hal are joined by the Oakland 68s, a supporter group that organizes itself around the A's, Roots, Soul and Ballers sports teams in The Town. Oakland 68s president Jorge Leon, VP Anson Casanares and treasurer Todd Saran preview Thursday's Opening Day boycott in the parking lot, …
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①An ancient Silk Road city is now China's latest hotpot hub ②Cultural events commemorating late Peking Opera master to kick off ③SW China begins trial operation of interprovincial low-altitude air route ④Visa-free policy ignites China-Thailand travel boom ⑤6,300-year-old axe-like scepter found in east China ⑥Flightless kiwi birds take to the skies …
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①China's space station completes material exposure tests ②China's first homegrown polar icebreaker Xuelong 2 to visit HKSAR in April ③2024 Village Super League finals begin in SW China's Guizhou ④Qatar to hold next five editions of FIFA U17 WC ⑤New air routes to link Shanghai with Manchester, Brussels ⑥On e-commerce platforms, young Chinese turn sa…
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