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Jason Tindall





Mile End, London


Player & Assistant Manager


2nd September 2008

Former Clubs

Charlton, Bournemouth, Weymouth

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Jason Tindall served the Cherries as a player between 1998 and 2006, making nearly 200 appearances. If it wasn`t for a succession of injuries that nearly cost him his career, he would have played a lot more games (one period of injury lasted 18 months) as Tindall proved to be a very useful utility man, who could play in midfield and defence.

Eventually however he was released by AFC Bournemouth in August 2006, just one month previous to Sean O`Driscoll departing as manager.

But Tindall was not without a club for long and he moved down the road to Conference side Weymouth, where after just 4 months he was made player-manager.

It was an extremely turbulent time at Weymouth, with the club changing owners and just one year later, Tindall was sacked as manager.

But again Tindall was not out of the game for long, within months he was being linked to Cambridge to join Jimmy Quinn as assistant manager.

Cambridge enjoyed a good end to the season, finishing second in the Blue Square Premier League, narrowly missing out on promotion to the Football League via the Wembley play-off final.

Quinn and Tindall both departed from Cambridge during the summer and Tindall was named assistant to Quinn at AFC Bournemouth in September 2008, however Quinn's term at Dean Court was brief, leaving in December 2008 after just 121 days. Tindall remained at Dean Court as assistant manger to Eddie Howe and was forced to come out of retirement on a number of occasions following an injury crisis and transfer embargo.

Tindall left the Cherries with Howe in January 2011 to become the new assistant manager of Championship side Burnley, but 21 months later the duo made a sensation return to Dean Court following a week of speculation. The news was announced on the 12th October 2012, with Howe sighting personal reasons for his departure from Burnley. They were paraded on the pitch ahead of the game against Leyton Orient the following day, but watched on from the stands leaving caretaker manager Dennis Rofe in charge of the game. The duo agreed new three and a half year contracts with the club, running until the end of the 2015/16 season.

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