Bournemouth are set to reportedly consider former player Jason Tindall for the vacant managerial position at the club following the departure of Eddie Howe at the weekend.
The Englishman departed the Vitality Stadium on Saturday after a second spell in charge that saw him lead the club to two promotions from League One to the Premier League. He leaves with the club having suffered relegation back to the Championship at the conclusion of the 2019/20 season, following a successful five-year spell in the English top-flight. It is thought that he is now set to take a break from the game.
The Cherries meanwhile are considering Tindall to step into the managerial position, should he be interesting in applying, according to Sky Sports. The Englishman represented the club as a player between 1998 and 2006, whilst he also served as Assistant Manager to Howe in his spell in charge.
The 42-year-old’s only prior managerial experience came in 2007 as he was appointed player-manager of Weymouth but he only lasted for a solitary year.
Tindall can currently be backed at odds as low as 1/6 with William Hill to be appointed as the next permanent Bournemouth boss, whilst current Sheffield Wednesday manager Garry Monk sits at a price of 6/1.