‘My commitment to the club has never changed’: Eddie Howe hints he could stay at Bournemouth even if they are relegated from the Premier League on the final day
- Bournemouth need results to go their way in order to stay in the Premier League
- The Cherries must beat Everton and hope that Watford and Aston Villa both lose
- Eddie Howe hinted that he wants to continue at the club even if they go down
Eddie Howe has hinted that he wants to continue as Bournemouth boss whatever happens in Sunday’s decisive Premier League relegation scrap at Everton.
In order to survive, Bournemouth must win and need Watford to lose at Arsenal and Aston Villa to be beaten at West Ham.
Howe, who joined the club as an academy graduate defender in 1994, said: ‘My commitment to the club has never changed, from day one onwards. I do my best for the club and that will not change.
Eddie Howe has hinted that he wants to continue as Bournemouth boss whatever happens
‘We go into Sunday, we’ll have a sit down at the end of the season, regardless of what happens, and see what happens next.’
Despite one win in their last 13 games, Howe added: ‘There’s a belief that we can win our game, and that is the only thing we can control and that’s what we have to do.’
Everton v Bournemouth kick-off Sunday 4pm, LIVE on Sky Sports from 3pm.
Bournemouth need results to go their way in order to stay in the Premier League
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