Date:Monday October 15 2012
AFC Bournemouth assistant manager Jason Tindall is looking forward to the challenge of returning to Dean Court.
Tindall made the move back to the Cherries on Friday following Eddie Howe's decision to leave Championship club Burnley, where the duo had been working together for the past 21 months, for family reasons.
Tindall made 199 appearances for the Cherries as a player in two spells between 1998 and 2006 and in 2009 after coming out of retirement during the clubs transfer embargo.
He returns as the teams assistant for a third time, after previously working under former manager Jimmy Quinn before returning with Eddie Howe following Quinn's sacking on New Years Eve 2008.
Alongside Howe, the management pairing guided AFC Bournemouth to safety from the foot of League Two following a seventeen point penalty and the following year to automatic promotion despite a sixteen month transfer embargo.
Tindall told Cherries Player...
"Obviously I haven't been through what Eddie's been through. He's been through a very difficult twelve months and obviously a lot has gone on. We are a team, we stick together and you know I'm fully behind him."
'It's great to be back, I think we come back here and Tom (Mitchell) has shown us around the facilities today and the club has made huge strides from when we left, the guys at the top, the chairman and everybody have done a terrific, terrific job to take this club forward and obviously that was one of the big attractions to come back as well and the infrastructure that is now in place is a lot better than when we left and it is certainly a club going in the right direction and we are looking forward to the challenge ahead.
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Date:Monday October 15 2012
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