Howe: Boruc’s trip to Glasgow ‘not ideal’ for Bournemouth

Date published: Friday 30th August 2019 12:28

Eddie Howe Bournemouth

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe will ‘speak to’ goalkeeper Artur Boruc after the Polish keeper travelled north to Glasgow to cheer on Legia Warsaw against Rangers.

The former Celtic keeper played for Legia and is a boyhood supporter of the Polish club. He was photographed holding a megaphone as he led chants at Ibrox.

Speaking at a press conference ahead of Bournemouth’s trip to Leicester on Saturday, Cherries boss Howe said: “I only knew about it very late last night. So it’s not really ideal.

“It’s something I will speak to Artur about today.

“I don’t know too much about the details of it. I just knew he was there.”

Bournemouth head to the King Power Stadium with four points from their opening three games, and will hope to add to that tally following a 3-1 defeat to Man City last weekend.


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