JASON Tindall is one of the candidates that will be interviewing for the vacant managerial position at Cherries.

The Daily Echo understands the club will be speaking to multiple candidates regarding the role, which was vacated by Eddie Howe by mutual consent on Saturday.

Chief executive Neill Blake, technical director Richard Hughes and club owner Maxim Demin are working together to select the right candidate for the job.

Tindall, Howe’s long-time assistant, is understood to want to be considered for the role.

He is currently in interim charge with under two weeks until pre-season begin and had been the frontrunner with the bookmakers to get the job on a permanent basis.

Tindall’s only other managerial experience came with non-league Weymouth as player-manager back in 2007.