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Eddie Howe is currently enjoying his second spell at AFC Bournemouth, with whom he remarkably led up the Premier League lin 2015 for the first time in the club's 116-year history.

The Cherries clinched the Championship title on the final day of the campaign, which resulted in Howe deservedly being crowned the LMA Manager of the Year. Howe went on to keep the south coast side in the top-flight, and now they'll be looking to push on in 2016/17.

Howe previously managed Bournemouth between 2008 and 2011, successfully guiding the club to promotion up to League One in 2009. Howe went on to have a brief spell in charge of Burnley before returning to his beloved Bournemouth in October 2012, and went on to inspire a simply stunning transformation - two promotions in three seasons.

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I would have said a few years ago that I had no interest whatsoever in working abroad, but i'm more interested now. I'd need to improve my languages, though. I've only got a C in GCSE French.

Ultimately, I have three promotions on my CV but I don't look at those and feel they show that i'm good at what I do.

My big passion is music. I'll tell you my secret thing: I'm a massive A-ha fan. They have got back together and are releasing a new album so i'm excited by that.

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The Sack Race's Opinion

Howe has not yet reached his 40s but he has already proven to be one of the most talented young gaffers in the game.

Howe has already amassed a plethora of individual honours, including the Football League Manager of the Decade award, and should his good work continue it surely won't be long before he is given the chance at an even higher level.



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