Last weekend, The Cherries hosted Colchester, for a League 1 fixture.
I was hoping this would be a continuation of the positive form they've shown over the last few games, but there was a stumble, as they lost 1-2
It was a shame, because they made more chances, committed less fouls and played the better game.
You can read the full match report here. This result drops them to fourth in the league; by no means a bad place to be; I just hope it's not the start of a slide.
They're away to Brentford (currently 15th) tomorrow evening, before an FA Cup game, at home, against Tranmere, next Saturday.
Club chairman, Eddie Mitchell has also announced to build a new south stand, as well as the possibility to buy back the ground. The club sold the stadium to a property developer, back in 2005, for £3.5m to prevent the going into receivership. They currently pay an annual lease of around £300,000.
I'll be watching this story with interest, as the boys on the pitch do their bit to keep the club in league one and, hopefully, progress further.