Consistency is key for Bradbury

Bradbury: Still much to improve on

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Bournemouth manager Lee Bradbury believes his players need to show more consistency following their 1-1 draw with Rochdale.

Dale looked to be heading for a rare away victory when captain Gary Jones had given them the lead with a first-half spot-kick.

The game ended all square, though, when Cherries substitute Michael Symes equalised after referee Gavin Ward adjudged goalkeeper Jake Kean to have tripped Wes Thomas.

Eyre was pleased his side improved as the game progressed but admits there is still much they can improve upon.

"It was a game of two halves and we were nowhere near our best in the first half but improved in the second," he said.

"I've told the players they need to be more consistent over 90 minutes, that's the secret to success."