Bradbury laments poor start
Bournemouth boss Lee Bradbury was left to reflect on his side's poor start after seeing the Cherries beaten 3-0 by Sheffield Wednesday.
All the goals came in the opening 10 minutes at Hillsborough.
Danny Batth and Michail Antonio scored to add to a Miles Addison own goal as Wednesday dominated at the start. But then the goals dried up and Bournemouth looked the more likely scorers with a number of chances going begging including a Wes Thomas shot which struck a post.
"The first 15 minutes was huge for us. I wanted the team to go out and start well and we didn't do that at all. To find ourselves 3-0 down after 15 minutes was hard to take because it gave us a mountain to climb," said Bradbury.
"After that, I thought we did well. We passed the ball well and created some good chances.
"We need to defend better, keep clean sheets and be more clinical in front of goal. That's the third week I've said that because we've played well the previous two weeks and lost games.
"We've got to manage the game better and stay in the game for longer periods. We're a new team put together throughout the season and a lot of them have come from the lower leagues.
"They've got to learn quickly. We'll be a good side, given time, because we pass the ball and play some good football."