Chelsea legend Frank Lampard is out of the running for the permanent managerial position at Bournemouth, who are in the English Championship following their relegation from the top flight. Bournemouth narrowly missed Premier League survival and then manager Eddie Howe had to resign from his job with the Cherries after their relegation was confirmed. Bournemouth opted to promote a manager from within the club instead of appointing a manager from outside.

This led to the emergence of Jason Tindall as the Bournemouth manager. Jason Tindall was the assistant manager to Eddie Howe and the club decided to promote him to the role of a manager. It didn't work out well for him as he was sacked as the Cherries boss last week after a poor run that saw the South Coast club drop to the sixth and final playoff spot.

The Athletic is one of the most reliable news source that covers the Premier League and world football at large. It was revealed that Frank Lampard won't consider the Bournemouth job as he has decided to take a break from football management on the back of his sack last week. Frank Lampard has ruled himself out of the equation thus leaving the likes of ex-HuddersfieldTown boss David Wagner; Fulham manager Scott Parker; Aston Villa assistant manager and Chelsea legend John Terry; and others.
Ex-Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur player Jonathan Woodgate has been placed in temporary charge of the Bournemouth squad and he has already requested for the assistance of the experienced Harry Redknapp, who once manage the Cherries. Jonathan Woodgate and his players did well by beating Premier League opponents Burnley in the fifth round of the FA Cup to book their spot in the quarterfinals via a 2-0 win away from home. Sam Sturridge and Junior Stanislas (penalty) were the goalscorers.