As Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe is set to leave, the man in the leading of following in his footsteps is Jason Tindall. The 42-year-old has been Howe’s assistant for 11 years at the Vitality Stadium and would, therefore, be the perfect candidate for the role.
Discussions about who should replace Howe were going on for a while now and Bournemouth executives think it would be the perfect solution to select Tindall to continue Howe’s reign as he’s already familiar with how the previous manager worked. Appointing Tindall means not having to restart and changing the structure of the club as Bournemouth managers managed to keep the team in the Premier League for five consecutive years.
Tindall not only managed the team along with Howe as the assistant manager, he also played for the team until 2006 then after deciding to come back to the team in a managerial role. The interim boss is currently 1/6 favourite to take over.