Clyne talks up new manager
Bournemouth loanee Nathaniel Clyne says Eddie Howe was key in convincing him to sign for the club.
The full-back, who has been out of favour at Anfield over the last couple of seasons, was understood to be on the verge of joining Cardiff on loan.
However, he opted for a move to the Vitality Stadium instead, which infuriated Bluebirds boss Neil Warnock, and Clyne admits the opportunity to work under Howe was too tempting to turn down.
Clyne said: "Bournemouth have a great manager and that's what urged me to come here.
"I've looked at how Bournemouth play and it's similar to my style."
Clyne made his debut for the Cherries in the FA Cup third-round defeat at home to Brighton on Saturday and he is likely to get his first Premier League outing at Everton on Sunday.
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