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Business as usual for Cherries

Warren Cummings
Cummings says his performances will not be affected by not being paid

Bournemouth defender Warren Cummings insists that it will be business as usual on the pitch - despite the Cherries players not being paid.

The club are desperately trying to tie up a deal with potential investors to ease their financial problems.

Cummings told BBC Radio Solent: "It won't affect my performance, but it is disappointing and a worry.

"Being here for seven years, it's something I've come to expect at times. I'm sorry for the younger players."

Cummings has also spoken of his disappointment at receiving criticism from sections of the clubs' fans earlier this season.

"I felt nothing had changed in my game, but I've still taken a bit of criticism from the fans.

"Maybe I was kidding myself. I didn't take it very well."



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