Steve Cook

#1
If you haven’t seen it here is a nice story about Steve and his family.

PROUD dad Steve Cook admitted fatherhood had altered his mindset on football and vowed to “give everything” for his family and team.

The 27-year-old, a dad to Frey, 3, and Eden, 1, is yet to miss a minute of Premier League action this season and has been instrumental in guiding Cherries to sixth in the table.

He got the chance to walk out with his kids at Vitality Stadium having skippered Eddie Howe’s men against Leicester earlier this campaign.

And Cherries’ record Premier League appearance-maker admitted he had been inspired by those closest to him to perform at the highest level.

https://www.bournemouthecho.co.uk/s...-family-and-my-team-mates-are-what-drives-me/
 

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#3
Steve is a bit of an unsung hero at the club.He has adapted fantastically well to the Premiership and always gives 100%.A great asset to the club.
Based on a previous interview, i don’t think he realises how popular he is with fans. When we score I always watch his reaction - he gets so pumped up! Rather have him than dunk.
 
#4
I hope he stays with us for the rest of his career.

Firstly because he's brilliant and I think he's great for the club. Secondly because Brighton sold him to us relatively cheaply but included a hefty sell-on clause obviously in the belief that if he developed well he'd quickly move on and they'd cash in then. Gives NSC one more thing to bemoan about us!
 
#5
Love him to bits, top top top bloke. Confidence isn't his thing, he's often looking at the bad things, but that's also why he's managed to improve himself and keep stepping up no matter the opposition. Add to that the fact every goal he does is a screamer, and he's just a lovely man. I was and am amazed that Dunk made England squad ahead of him, but also certain that Cook was amongst the first to message Dunk congrats. Want him here for life, proper part of the club, like Pugh