BOURNEMOUTH defied the odds to stay in the Premier League when many tipped them to go down.
Those expecting the Cherries to get relegated included Roy Keane and Gary Neville.
And now Bournemouth's Prem survival is confirmed, the club uploaded a brilliant video taking a swipe at the likes of Keane and Neville.
The Cherries posted a montage video to Twitter of many pundits and social media influencers predicting the club to go down at the start of the campaign.
Keane, Neville and Jamie Carragher all gave Bournemouth no chance, but Everton's 3-0 defeat to Manchester City on Sunday secured Bournemouth's safety.
Their survival comes despite a 9-0 thrashing at Liverpool earlier in the campaign, and former boss Scott Parker admitting the club were "underequipped" for the Premier League.
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But Gary O'Neil has done a superb job since taking over, resulting in Sunday's "hall of fame" tweet trolling Keane, Neville, Carragher and Co.
One said in response to the montage video: "Tweet of the year!!! Love this."
Another joked: "ADMIN INTO THE EPL HALL OF FAME NEXT."
A third added: "This is brilliant! Well done Bournemouth!"
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And a fourth said: "Give the admin a pay rise, sensational work. Never write us off."
The Cherries spent just £23.3million last summer after winning promotion from the Championship.
As a result, many saw them as a certainty for the drop.
But O'Neil steadied the ship, and with more additions in January results improved.
With two games left to play, O'Neil's side sit on 39 points, safe from the threat of relegation.
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