With Eddie and Jason back in Bournemouth for what all Cherries fans hope will be a successful stint at the helm, Tindall himself is quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo about their return as saying: "One thing I would say is that I met some fantastic people in Burnley and where we lived. They made us feel so welcome and I have nothing but good things to say about our experiences up there and the people we met along the way. We lived in a nice area and the school was fantastic. Now the family has to do it all again back in Bournemouth, but I guess they are coming back home so that makes it easier for them. My little boy is fantastic and he is glued to me whenever I am at home and my little girl has picked up a few northern words from school and brought them home! But my kids mean everything to me and coming back here is great for them. It’s another chapter in their lives as much as it is in mine. When you are in football you have to deal with what is put in front of you. You can’t guarantee where you are going to be from one year to the next, so, in that sense, the only difference we found was probably the climate! It was a lot colder up there and seemed to rain a lot! That affects your mood from day to day, but I don’t feel I have changed as a person because of living up there. But my wife is a Bournemouth girl and perhaps it was harder for her moving away from home. She did, though, and she did fantastically in terms of building a life for herself up there. She made a lot of friends and my kids settled into a fantastic school. They made huge strides and, although it was different, so many good things have come from it".