Jonathan Woodgate will manage AFC Bournemouth till the end of the season, the membership has confirmed.
The Cherries have been with no everlasting boss since early February. Jason Tindall was sacked after just six months on the helm. 4 straight Championship defeats led to his departure.
Woodgate was taken into short-term care and has made a great start. He has three wins, one draw and one loss from his 5 video games within the function. They’ve additionally stored three clear sheets.
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Henry liked to take the lead, with him wanting like he’d get the job subsequent week.
However Woodgate’s optimistic start has tempted the Bournemouth hierarchy to change their minds. He’s tasked with winning the promotion of the Cherries back to the Premier League on the first try.
They’re presently sixth within the Championship and are eight points behind Brentford second. Talking on the appointment, by way of the Every day MailBournemouth chief government Neil Blake said:
“Jonathan’s professionalism and management have impressed the board of directors since taking on the function of caretaker manager in tough circumstances.
“The team’s performances and outcomes have improved under his stewardship, and even our defeat at Queens Park Rangers on Saturday was an exhibition that deserved a greater outcome.
“As we enter a crucial a part of the season, stability and readability are of paramount significance to everybody within the membership.
“With that in thoughts, and having accomplished an in depth search for a new manager, we consider Jonathan is the best candidate to guide the team for the final 15 video games of the season.”