Tin­dall poised to fill Howe va­cancy

The Daily Telegraph - Business - - Sport - By Mike McGrath

Ja­son Tin­dall is the lead­ing can­di­date for the Bournemout­h job fol­low­ing Ed­die Howe’s de­par­ture.

The 42-year-old, who worked with Howe for 11 years as his as­sis­tant, has been care­taker man­ager this week and is set to land the job on a per­ma­nent ba­sis.

Howe’s sec­ond spell at the Vi­tal­ity Sta­dium came to an end at the week­end when he left by mu­tual con­sent. He had worked with Tin­dall since 2009 and they briefly worked to­gether at Burn­ley be­tween the two pe­ri­ods on the south coast.

Chief ex­ec­u­tive Neill Blake, tech­ni­cal di­rec­tor Richard Hughes and owner Maxim Demin have been dis­cussing the right man­ager to get the club back into the Premier League fol­low­ing rel­e­ga­tion and Tin­dall of­fers con­ti­nu­ity from Howe’s reign.

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