Tindall Sacked At Weymouth

Last updated : 03 February 2008 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator
Jason Tindall
Ex-Cherry, Jason Tindall, has been sacked by Weymouth following a poor run of form in the Conference. A club statement reads: "Regretfully, following the recent run of frustrating league results, the board feels that it is paramount to act decisively in order to secure the long-term future of the club. Remaining in the Blue Square Premier is of the upmost importance to the club's continued progression".

Having spent a period on loan at the Wessex Stadium, Neil Young is quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying: "If he'd been given until the end of the season and started afresh next season I think he'd have done a good job. I think it's harsh, considering he was working with a limited number of players at the start of the season. When I was down there I was impressed with the way it was set up, the way Jason was managing and the way he went about things. I was impressed with his management. To see the way he managed was a credit to himself. This is a bit of a setback for him but I'm sure he'll get stronger from this and move on as a manager".