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Who is AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe?

Eddie Howe is the current manager of AFC Bournemouth after being appointed in October 2012, he is the longest serving current manager in the Premier League. Howe was born on 29 November 1977 in Amersham. He used to play football professionally for clubs around England such as AFC Bournemouth, Portsmouth and Swindon Town usually playing in defence.

Eddie Howe started his playing career at AFC Bournemouth in 1994 where he made 200 competitive appearances for the club scoring 10 goals. He then had spells at Portsmouth, Swindon Town on loan and then Bournemouth on loan before returning to Bournemouth permanently in 2004 and retiring in 2007. He also made 2 appearances for the England u21’s side but failed to break into the National team.

Howe started his managerial career at AFC Bournemouth in 2008 where he took the side from the EFL League Two to League One before leaving to join Burnley in 2011 but decided to leave the next year due to personal reasons. In October 2012, Eddie Howe rejoined AFC Bournemouth when the club was in the EFL League One. In his opening season at the club, Howe guided the club to promotion to the EFL Championship after finishing second in the league. In the following season, Howe finished 10th in his debut season in the Championship 6 points away from the playoff places.

In 2015, Eddie Howe won the prestigious Football League Manager of the Decade award along with the LMA Manager of the Year and LMA Championship Manager of the Year award. Other individual awards that Howe has won include Premier League Manager of the Month in March 2017, January 2018 and October 2018 along with Football League Championship Manager of the Month in October 2014 and March 2015. Whilst in the EFL League One, he won the Football League One Manager of the Month award in November 2012 and April 2013.

In the following season, Howe took the side to the Premier League after the club won the Championship and therefore securing their promotion. In the next 3 seasons, Howe guided Bournemouth to a 16th, 9th and 12th place finish to guarantee their Premier League Survival. This season, the fans will hope Eddie Howe can take the club to the next level by pushing for a higher league position than the previous campaign.

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