Harry Redknapp has hailed Bournemouth’s rise to the Premier League and described the job done by Eddie Howe as ‘incredible’.The Cherries all but sealed promotion to the top-flight for the first time in their history by beating Bolton on Monday night.Only six years ago the club was playing in League Two and Redknapp, who managed Bournemouth between 1983 and 1992, said: “It has been an amazing turnaround.“Five or six years ago they were going out of business. The job that Eddie Howe has done has been incredible.“There is not a weakness in the team. The lads have all come from the lower leagues. They obviously have ability but Eddie has moulded them into a team.“They play with two wingers, home and away. They never change. They go away from home and win by threes and fours.“They attack, yet they don’t concede many goals. They work so hard, they are young, they are energetic, and it has just been fantastic to watch.“I love watching them play. The football they play is incredible.”
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