Tindall Wishes Cherries Well

Last updated : 16 January 2011 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator

With just the formalities to be completed at Turf Moor, out going assistant manager, Jason Tindall, wishes the Cherries well as they push for promotion.

The Bournemouth Evening Echo quotes Tindall as saying: "The lads have been magnificent and they have been such a good bunch. Everybody connected with the football club has been great. If the boys can carry on performing the way they have been performing, then hopefully they can achieve what everybody thought was unachievable and get promoted to the Championship. Nothing would please me and Eddie more than to see these lads get success because that is what they deserve. We’ve been soul searching and thinking, and this has probably been the toughest decision we have had to make in our footballing careers. It has been sad. It’s difficult to leave but football is a strange game and it throws things at you when you least expect it. It was an opportunity that we felt was a progression in our managerial careers and that was the decision. It was no other reason".