Jason Tindall hopes to continue success

New assistant manager of Burnley Football Club Jason Tindall. Photo Ben Parsons
New assistant manager of Burnley Football Club Jason Tindall. Photo Ben Parsons

ASSISTANT boss Jason Tindall had a wry smile when asked if he would be hanging up his boots.

The 33-year-old made four emergency appearances last season as he and Eddie Howe competed with a transfer embargo on the way to promotion from League 2.

They were only able to field a full bench 10 times - more often than not only having three substitutes.

But with one of the strongest squads in the Championship now at their disposal, Tindall said: “Hopefully I’ll be hanging my boots up now - there are a few more players here than we had at Bournemouth!

“I don’t think my boots will be needed anymore.

“We struggled to fill the bench last season, and I was on the bench a few times, but hopefully I won’t have to do that here.”

But he is excited about the step up to the Championship: “For sure. Our work won’t change, the way we do things won’t change and I think that’s important.

“We had great success at Bournemouth through doing what we do.

“We’re not going to come here and start changing the way we work because it’s a step up and a league up.

“We’ll carry on doing what we’ve always done, and hopefully we can carry on the success here.”

And Tindall explained the partnership’s chemistry: “We share the same philosophies. We’re very hard working and there’s a lot of thought goes behind everything we do. We get on really well. That’s very important.

“When we’re not with each other we’re speaking on the phone.

“We’ve got a good working relationship, and also our relationship away from football is also strong.”