CHERRIES assistant manager Jason Tindall, along with the rest of the club’s coaching staff, are still continuing in their current roles at present, the Daily Echo understands.

The Dorset club tonight announced manager Eddie Howe had departed his position by mutual consent.

In an open letter on the club website, Howe thanked the likes of Tindall, as well as coaches Neil Moss, Simon Weatherstone, Steve Fletcher and Stephen Purches for their help during his time in charge.

The Daily Echo understands apart from Howe, the current coaching structure remains in place.

Tindall is currently in charge on an interim basis with less than three weeks remaining until players return for pre-season on August 17.