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AFC Bournemouth: The remarkable journey

A new era in the history of Bournemouth football club is on the horizon. Never before have the Cherries made it to the top-flight of English football, but now fans are allowing themselves to believe that it might well happen.

The club has had its fair share of struggles over the years, but for many manager Eddie Howe has provided a glimmer of hope. Only six years a manager, but recently crowned the Football League's manager of the decade, he's had to contend with point deductions and transfer embargoes during his time at the helm.

Yet he has taken the club from the bottom of League Two to the verge of the most thrilling league in the world. But Eddie Howe is just one chapter in an incredible story:

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Surrounding stations affected by Waterloo delays

There is disruption on South West Trains between London Waterloo and Windsor and Eton Central due to faulty train at Clapham Junction.

Tickets being accepted on local bus routes and London Underground are accepting tickets for reasonable routes.

Windsor bound lines are currently blocked and trains between London Waterloo and Hampton Court will not run.

Thames Ditton and Hampton Court will not be served and there's no estimate for when a normal service will resume.

Waterloo doors lock as station overcrowds

Two hour delays for commuters across the South

Thousands of commuters from across the Meridian region are trapped on Waterloo station after someone was killed by a train earlier today.

The incident at Surbiton was expected to cause delays but, together with a broken down train, the backlog of delays have been causing chaos at busy station.

Our transport correspondent Mike Pearse sent us this footage of the busy crowds at London Waterloo.

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Commuter chaos as delays cause overcrowded station

Night of delays for commuters at Waterloo

Thousands have been left stranded on the busy commuter station

Tens of thousands of commuters are tonight stranded at London Waterloo with most services cancelled.

It follows a passenger being struck by a train near Surbiton.

A broken down train is adding to the problem.

The stations is overcrowded with thousands waiting for trains. It will be some hours before things are normal.

Tickets being accepted on local bus routes. London Underground are accepting tickets for reasonable routes.
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