Plans for the first phase of the realignment of the A29 are expected to be given the go-ahead by West Sussex County Council next week. The application will be considered by the planning and rights of way committee on Tuesday (June 29), where it has been recommended for approval.
AFC Bournemouth goalkeeper Asmir Begovic has firmly established himself as the Cherries first-choice ‘keeper over the past 11 months. Having previously lost his place in the side after a drop in form, Begovic found himself out on loan firstly in Azerbaijan with Qarabag, before spending a few months in Italy playing 128 minutes for Italian giants AC Milan.
Driver flees leaving three passengers injured after Mercedes collides with bus stop in Bartley Green
West Midlands Police are investigating after a serious collision in the Woodgate area of Bartley Green last night (Sunday 13th June). The driver of a Mercedes reportedly left the scene — leaving three passengers injured — after the car overturned and collided with a bus stop in Woodgate Lane just before 9pm.
Bournemouth have spoken to Patrick Vieira as they look to appoint a new manager ahead of next season. Jonathan Woodgate was named as Jason Tindall’s successor when the former Cherries chief was dismissed earlier this year, signing a deal that ran until the end of the season.
This article is part of Football League World’s ‘The Verdict’ series, which provides personal opinions from the FLW writers regarding the latest breaking news, teams, players, managers, potential signings and more… Bournemouth are interested in appointing Fulham manager Scott Parker as a replacement for Jonathan Woodgate, a report from The Sun has claimed.
Scott Parker has been eyed up by AFC Bournemouth as a potential replacement for Jonathan Woodgate, according to The Sun. The Cherries are reportedly set to part ways with Woodgate, with his contract at the Vitality Stadium running out at the end of the season. Bournemouth failed to join Watford and Norwich in sealing an immediate return to the Premier League this term, losing to eventual winners Brentford in the play-off semi-finals over two legs.
Bournemouth have placed Fulham manager Scott Parker on top of their list of options to replace Jonathan Woodgate should they decide to go in a different direction this summer, according to The Sun. According to the latest report from The Sun, Woodgate is in danger of being moved on by Bournemouth after he failed to guide the Cherries to the Premier League despite getting them into the play-offs.
JONATHAN WOODGATE is in grave danger of the axe at Bournemouth — with Scott Parker in their sights as boss. The Cherries plan to change manager after Woodgate’s failure to get through the Championship promotion play-offs when he took over. And Fulham chief Parker is top of the wanted list because of his past record at this level and amid growing talk that he wants a new challenge.
GOALKEEPER Asmir Begovic outlined his huge “respect” for Jonathan Woodgate – and would back him to carry on what he had started at Cherries. The Bosnian international was part of Woodgate’s group to suffer play-off semi-final agony at Brentford on Saturday. Holding a 1-0 lead going into the second leg at Brentford Community Stadium, the Dorset club suffered a 3-1 defeat to be edged out 3-2 on aggregate.
What next for Cherries?Decision needed soon over Woodgate The 2020-21 season will go down in history as one like no other for every club in the country. But, for Cherries, it has been particularly chaotic.From the end of the Eddie Howe era, to key players leaving and two managerial changes, it was perhaps fitting that the campaign came to an end in a crazy, breathless and hectic fashion on Saturday.
Former Middlesbrough boss Jonathan Woodgate says he doesn’t know if he’ll stay at Bournemouth next season after the Cherries missed out on promotion from the Championship. Bournemouth were beaten 3-1 at Brentford in the play-offs (3-2 on aggregate) despite taking a 2-0 lead in the tie.
Jonathan Woodgate: We've got to get behind Chris Mepham JONATHAN Woodgate described Chris Mepham as "absolutely devastated" after his costly red card against Brentford, but insisted: "We've got to get behind him." With Cherries 2-1 ahead on aggregate in their play-off semi-final tie, Mepham was given his marching orders for hauling down Bryan Mbeumo after 28 minutes at Brentford Community Stadium.
The Teessider was left gutted after his Bournemouth side lost to Brentford in the play-offs in controversial circumstances was left "devastated" and bewildered after his Bournemouth side crashed out of the play-offs in controversial fashion at Brentford. The Teessider and former Boro boss was furious at the decision to award the Bees a penalty in the first half when Bournemouth were a goal up in the game and two ahead in the tie.
Jonathan Woodgate unsure if he will stay on as Cherries boss JONATHAN Woodgate insists he is unsure whether today was his final match in charge of Cherries. Woodgate took over as head coach, initially on an interim basis, after Jason Tindall was sacked in February. The Nunthorpe-born boss signed a contract until the end of the season, which for Cherries came to an end at Brentford today.
Woodgate feels Carter-Vickers can make Premier League step BOSS Jonathan Woodgate is confident Cameron Carter-Vickers can fill the leadership void left at centre-back, should captain Steve Cook fail to recover in time for tomorrow's crunch clash at Brentford. And he also believes the Tottenham loanee is ready to make the step up into the Premier League.
Woodgate disagrees with Thomas Frank over calls about VAR JONATHAN Woodgate dismissed suggestions Brentford should have been awarded an early penalty against Cherries on Monday, and disagreed that video assistant referees should be used in the Championship play-offs. Speaking after Monday's semi-final first leg at Vitality Stadium, in which Cherries won 1-0, Frank bemoaned the fact Brentford were not awarded a spot-kick when Adam Smith challenged Tariqe Fosu in the box.
'I think Brentford are still favourites' - Woodgate says Cherries will attack 'monster play-off game'
Jonathan Woodgate: I still think Brentford are favourites BOSS Jonathan Woodgate insists Brentford remain favourites to reach the Championship play-off final, despite Cherries heading to west London with an advantage. Woodgate's charges toppled Thomas Frank's Bees 1-0 at Vitality Stadium in the semi-final first leg on Monday evening.
Woodgate: Steve Cook and Ben Pearson 50-50 to face Brentford JONATHAN Woodgate rated as "50-50" the chances of Steve Cook or Ben Pearson being fit to feature in tomorrow's play-off semi-final second leg at Brentford. The pair were both withdrawn during Monday's 1-0 first-leg victory at Vitality Stadium due to injury.
Tokyo 2020: James Woodgate warned by team-mate Patrick Huston he is yet to prove himself on archery's big stage
Tokyo-bound archery ace James Woodgate has been warned he's still yet to prove himself on the international stage. But the precocious Shepperton star has the potential to medal this summer and is propelling Team GB's prospects to even greater heights. That's the message from teammate and 2016 Olympian Patrick Huston, who forms part of the three-pronged men's outfit descending on Japan along with debutants Woodgate, 18, and Tom Hall.