Bournemouth suffered a fourth consecutive defeat at home to struggling Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday night. The Cherries are currently sixth in the Championship table, 13 points behind leaders Norwich. The loss led the club in deciding to sack English manager Jason Tindall as the team's coach. AFC Bournemouth released an official statement on their website to confirm the sacking of English manager, Jason Tindall. "AFC Bournemouth have today parted company with manager Jason Tindall," the club stated. "It is
Transfer News: English Club Sacked Coach, Upamecano To Chelsea, Aguero, Garcia, Max Aarons And More" Bournemouth announced that they have parted ways with English manager Jason Tindall, the club decided to sack the 43-year-old after 6 months in charge. According to multiple reports. According to multiple reports, Chelsea new manager Thomas Tuchel has two defensive targets in the next transfer window. And his first choice is, Dayot Upamecano of Red Bull Leipzig. "(Daily mail.co.UK)" English midfielder Joe Willock
Former Real Madrid star, Jonathan Woodgate has been made English club permanent manager.The Ex-Real Madrid defender has been officially appointed as AFC Bournemouth manager after the departure of Jason Tindall.
Bournemouth sacked manager Jason Tindall after a poor run of games (winless in 5, the latest - a home loss to Sheffield Wednesday) OFFICIAL: Marseille have announced the sacking of former Chelsea and Zenit head coach, André Villas Boas with immediate effect. Maurizio Sarri has rejected an approach from Marseille to replace André Villas Boas. (Source: Guardian) Ozan Kabak in Liverpool colours for the first time. Joe Willock in the black and white of Newcastle for the first time. Rafael Benítez is in talks
We bring you the latest done deals and transfer updates across the Leagues in Europe. Here are some of the latest done deals and transfer updates across Europe. Adam Lallana has joined Brighton on a free from Liverpool Jadon Sancho's move to Manchester United hangs in the balance after the Borussia Dortmund winger joined teammates for their pre-season training. New Bournemouth boss Jason Tindall wants Aston Villa striker Scott Hogan as his first signing. Hogan, 28, has been told he can leave Villa Park.
SANCHO TRANSFER UPDATE It looks like the Red Devils are ready to give up on their pursuit of Jadon Sancho this summer. That's according to The Mirror, which reports that the Red Devils are set to shelve their interest until next year. Borussia Dortmund have remained firm on their asking price of £108million for the England sensation and United have not come close to matching it. Meanwhile, United are looking to get one over on their former manager Jose Mourinho by signing Bournemouth star David Brooks. Tottenham
Manchester United have reportedly been told they can sign Bournemouth's David Brooks as long as they meet the club's asking price, but there are two other players that Manchester United may also like to sign. The cherries' new boss, Jason Tindall told 'the express' that the club will not stand in the way of players who want to leave the club, despite already losing Nathan Ake to Manchester city. In an interview, Tindall said "we as a football club have got a value of what we believe for our players and if that
More than a week has gone since the transfer window opened and with less than 10 weeks till the end of the transfer window, clubs slowly but steadily release news of their latest signings. Here are updates on the world of sports. * Edinson cavani is set to leave PSG for Benefica for a three-year year contract worth 9 million Euros a year. * Alexander Lacazette is set to leave Arsenal after Aubameyang signs a new deal. *Everton have been reported to be interested in Thomas Lemar. * Willian have officially confirmed
English Championship side Bournemouth have sacked their coach Jason Tindall. The decision was taken after Bournemouth's 2-1 defeat to Sheffield Wednesday. Jason Tindall was appointed Bournemouth catch in August after the resignation of Eddie Howe due their relegation from the Premier League last season. Bournemouth have once in eight league games and they have also lost four successive league matches. Bournemouth are eight points off the automatic promotion places. Also, there is a 13 point gap between them
Manchester United's plans for defender Max Taylor revealed MK Dons have opted against loaning Manchester United defender Max Taylor for the 2020/21 season. United defender Taylor had been on trial with the League One side as he looked to arrange a temporary move for next season and make his breakthrough into senior football. The 20-year-old defender was on the substitutes' bench for United in their Europa League defeat against Astana last November, just 14 months after he had been diagnosed with testicular cancer.
John Terry set to be interviewed for Bournemouth manager's job - The Athletic Frank Lampard could've been another contender, but he's not reportedly willing to take on a new challenge John Terry is in contention for his first managerial job as he is set to be interviewed for the Bournemouth job, according to The Athletic. The Championship club have recently sacked their former boss Jason Tindall after four defeats in a row as their bid for an immediate return to the Premier League is now in danger. Terry,
Many deals have been ongoing since the transfer window opened on the 1st of July. Many players are being linked from one club to another. A lot of deals are expected to be completed before the transfer window closes. Despite the pandemic, most European clubs are still willing to splash the cash and get in decent players to their squad. This transfer window is looking to be an exciting one from fans' perspective. Let's take a look at the latest transfer news across Europe below; 1. It is reported that if Manchester
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has become the first Premier League boss to take a voluntary pay cut during the coronavirus pandemic. With football suspended since mid-March - and showing few signs of an immediate return - the Cherries manager and other senior staff have taken a cut in wages to help balance the books. Bournemouth revealed in a statement that chief executive Neill Blake, first-team technical director Richard Hughes, manager Eddie Howe and assistant Jason Tindall have "all taken significant, v
A popular English Football Club has sacked their coach after losing their last match against Sheffield Wednesday. The team suffered a home loss on Tuesday night as Bournemouth loose on a 2-1 goal. Jason Tindall was sacked by Bournemouth after a loss at home which made them remain at the sixth spot in the championship table. Jason Tindall was acquired as a coach in August following Bournemouth relegation from the premier hoped that he would move them back to the premier at the end of this season, but it seems
The red devils have seemingly been handed a boost in their pursuit of Bournemouth attacker David Brooks. With Manchester United board currently unwilling to pay £108m for Borussia Dortmund's winger Jadon Sancho, it has left the red Devils to consider other alternatives. Reports have claimed that David Brooks is another attacker on Manchester United's radar, with the Welshman regarded as better value for cash in the current transfer market. While Manchester United are yet to agree a price with the Cherries,
Chelsea legend John Terry has been working as an assistant manager to Dean Smith at Aston Villa, right from their time in the Championship, to gaining promotion to the Premier League. Reports now claim that Championship side Bournemouth are keen to make Chelsea their next manager. The Cherries recently sacked Jason Tindall from being their manager after four defeats in a row and are looking at some big names to take over. According to The Athletic, Terry along with ex-Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira and former
Bournemouth are preparing to replace Eddie Howe as manager, and they are considering the Chelsea legend John Terry on their list. Bournemouth ended their five years in the premier league top-flight as the cherries were relegated to the championship side on their last game in the premier league season. However the former Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe confirm his departure from the cherries by a mutual consent, Eddie Howe spent 11 years under two spell as their manager and also contributed to. Their promotion
Bournemouth director Eddie Howe has become the principal Premier League manager to accept a willful decrease in salary during the coronavirus pandemic. With football suspended since mid-March – and giving barely any indications of a prompt return – the Cherries chief and other ranking staff have taken a sliced in wages to help balance the books. The club said CEO Neill Blake, first-group specialized executive Richard Hughes, Howe, and right hand Jason Tindall have "all taken critical, intentional co
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has become the first Premier League figure to take a voluntary pay cut from his £4million-a-year wages amid the coronavirus crisis. The League Managers Association, Professional Footballers Association, the Premier League and EFL have been locked in talks with a view to reaching a united agreement over pay reductions. But Howe, together with chief executive Neill Blake, first team technical director Richard Hughes and assistant boss Jason Tindall have broken ranks to take sig