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Jason Tindall was born on the 15th November 1977, making him 42 years old. He was a youngster at Charlton Athletic for 3 years after being born in Mile End, which was just 6 miles away from where Charlton was based. This affair lasted just 3 years before being released in 1998 aged 21. On a free transfer he joined AFC Bournemouth and quickly became a regular starter in defence and then went on to be a key figure in the Cherries dressing room for years to come. When he joined, they were in Division Two (the equivalent back then of League One) and in the 1st couple of seasons endured mid table finishes, before being relegated to Division 3. However, this was short-lived as the following season, they achieved promotion straight back to the newly branded League One. Unfortunately, in April 2004, Tindall severely injured his knee in a 1-0 victory over Peterborough United which recurred over 18 months, causing him to make not a single appearance. This forced Tindall to be referred to a surgery in USA, gratefully fixing his problem and on January the 2nd 2006, he returned back to action. Sadly, he was not the same player he once was and was released at the end of the 2005/06 season.

In the summer of 2006, he had a failed trial with Wycombe Wanderers before joining Weymouth as a fringe player in the Conference Premier making just 17 appearances over a 2 year spell.

In his time at Weymouth FC, Tindall was appointed as player/manager, but was only in the job for a year after being sacked in January 2008. Despite his failure to succeed, this was vital experience for Tindall as he joined back to Bournemouth at the beginning of the 2008/09 season as the Assistant Manager to Jimmy Quinn. This was not a great time for Bournemouth, as they finished 21st in League 2, narrowly avoiding relegation out of the football league. However, in this season, now well known manager, Eddie Howe was firstly appointed as caretaker manager and after a run of good results, he was appointed permanent manager, choosing to keep Tindall as assistant. The duo was aged just 31, becoming the youngest ever managerial partnership and in their 1st full season, they remarkably finished 2nd in League Two, securing promotion. In the upcoming season, Howe and Tindall received major interest from multiple other clubs and the pair were then appointed as manager and assistant manager of Championship side Burnley.

Just 18 months into their time at Burnley, Eddie Howe and Tindall took a surprising u- turn back to their beloved Bournemouth as they were struggling in the League One relegation zone. In the 2012-13 season, Howe and Tindall guided Bournemouth to the Championship after finishing 2nd on 83 points. A highly successful 10th place finish followed in only the clubs 2nd ever season in the Championship. In the 2014-15 season, AFC Bournemouth were promoted to the Premier League for the 1st time after winning the Championship on 90 points. In this campaign, they were the top scorers with almost 100 goals (98), endured a 14 game unbeaten run and they broke the record for the biggest away win in Championship history, an 8-0 win over Birmingham. Key player Callum Wilson scored 20 goals in that season and is still to this day one of Bournemouth’s most vital players.

AFC Bournemouth then went on to complete 4 seasons in the Premier League against the odds, surviving each time. However, in the 2019/20 season, Bournemouth were relegated back to the Championship after finishing 19th on 34 points. It was inevitable that this was eventually going to happen as their defence was woeful throughout their Premier League stint, not once conceding under 60 goals a season. This disappointment lead to Eddie Howe leaving Bournemouth by “mutual consent”, with Jason Tindall staying at the club. Just days after the resignation, Jason Tindall was appointed new permanent manager on a 3 year contract. This is going to be Tindall’s first job as a manager, and it will be some test. The upcoming 2020-21 season for Bournemouth will heavily depend on whether they can keep hold of their important players. They’ve already lost the likes of Nathan Ake to Manchester City and Goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale to Sheffield United and if they are to succeed next season, they must keep hold of the likes of Callum Wilson, Josh King, David Brooks, Phillip Billing etc..