Bournemouth want Jason Tindall to succeed Eddie Howe
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Bournemouth want Jason Tindall to succeed Eddie Howe

Relegated side Bournemouth are considering naming Jason Tindall as the club head coach following Eddie Howe's departure.

Tindall was the assistant to Howe and the club has reportedly said that they would appoint should he be willing to take over the vacant managerial role.

Howe on Saturday left the Cherries on mutual consent after their relegation, ending an eventful 25-year stay at the club as a player and then manager, across two spells.

Tindall has been among Howe's backroom staff during the club's rise from League Two to their five-year stay in the English top-flight and is currently assessing whether to formally apply for the position.