Groves trying to stay upbeat
Bournemouth boss Paul Groves admitted his side had a desperate look about them as they slumped to a disappointing 2-1 home loss to Walsall.
Despite giving a debut to former England goaleeper David James, Bournemouth were undone by a last-gasp winner by Saddlers' striker George Bowerman, which prompted calls for Groves's head from frustrated fans, who continued their protest after the game outside the ground.
There were also heated scenes and exchanges in one of the corporate boxes containing Bournemouth chairman Eddie Mitchell and other directors.
Groves revealed that chairman Mitchell came into the dressing room after the game, but refused to say what was said.
The Cherries boss said: "I haven't spoken directly to the chairman since the final whistle. He came into the dressing room after the game and voiced his opinion, which he is entitled to do, but what he said stays in the dressing room.
"Am I under pressure? I put myself under pressure because I want us to do well. All I can do is work even harder to try and win games, and it's wins that will change the situation."