John Terry reportedly emerges as target for Bournemouth to become manager

John Terry reportedly emerges as target for Bournemouth to become manager

- John Terry could be making a move to Bournemouth as their next manager

- Bournemouth are currently looking for another coach after the exit of Eddie Howe

- Terry who captained Chelsea for years is currently an assistant coach at Aston Villa

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Chelsea legend John Terry has been reportedly linked with a move to join Championship side Bournemouth as their next manager following the departure of Howe Eddie.

After spending five years in the topflight, Bournemouth lost their Premier League status at the just concluded season as they finished 18th on the final League table.

The club's relegation to the second division made Eddie Howe to leave the side and the club have been looking for a replacement since then.

Jason Tindall who assisted Eddie Howe last season is among the candidates tipped for the managerial position.

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But according to the latest report on Mirror UK, Bournemouth have added John Terry to the list of contenders to fight for the job.

Getting the managerial job at Bournemouth will be a great one for John Terry considering how the Englishman explained that he wants to be the handler of a team.

The former Premier League star is currently an assistant coach at Aston Villa under Dean Smith who is the gaffer at Vitality.

Whoever takes over at Bournemouth will hope to kick start a new era after Howe took the club from League 2 to the Premier League in six years across two different spells.

Terry and Frank Lampard were teammates at Chelsea and the latter went on to become a coach at Stamford Bridge where he qualified the Blues for the Champions League next term.

John Terry reportedly emerges as target for Bournemouth to become manager

John Terry reportedly emerges as target for Bournemouth to become manager (photo: Getty)
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Eddie Howe left Bournemouth by mutual consent after their relegation from the Premier League.

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When Howe first took charge of Bournemouth, they were second-bottom in League Two but he won promotion through all four tiers of the English football leagues.

Howe took Bournemouth from 91st out of 92 clubs to their highest-ever finish of ninth in the Premier League.

Following the club’s inability to avoid the drop, Howe has call time on what was his second spell at the Vitality Stadium.

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