Simon Jordan believes Patrick Vieira or Thierry Henry could be ‘so fortunate’ to handle Bournemouth.
The 2 Arsenal legends, who gained two Premier League titles collectively in north London, have each been interviewed for the Cherries emptiness because the Championship facet look to discover a everlasting substitute for Jason Tindall.
Vieira has been out of labor since leaving Good in Ligue 1, whereas Henry is managing MLS membership CF Montreal.
Former Crystal Palace chairman Jordan has reservations about Vieira or Henry bossing Bournemouth, who’re sixth within the Championship.
He advised talkSPORT: “[Jose] Mourinho wasn’t an excellent participant, neither was Arsene Wenger, neither was the man all of us look to now, Jurgen Klopp.
“So simply because as soon as upon a time you had halcyon moments of being a participant, you’ve obtained to interview correctly and be capable to illustrate to the Bournemouth guys that they’re going to take the duty in hand.
“Bournemouth are a former Premier League membership that have been within the Premier League for 5 years. These guys could be so fortunate to get a chance to handle a membership in that place.
“Ask Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink how he feels about managing down the pyramid [at Burton]. Ask different managers which have needed to go down, Teddy Sheringham clearly didn’t lower it at Stevenage.”
Jonathan Woodgate has gained three of his 4 matches in momentary cost of Bournemouth.
And Jordan has backed the previous Actual Madrid defender to get the job on a everlasting foundation, regardless of his poor spell at Middlesbrough final season.
He added: “They’ve obtained 17 video games to go, they’re sixth within the league, they’ve obtained a three-point cushion, a recreation in hand, why change it proper now?
“The difficulty is should you then subsequently revert to a state of affairs the place Jonathan Woodgate finds the identical type he discovered at Middlesbrough and also you’ve obtained to repair that downside with six or seven video games to go… who desires to nominate a supervisor if you’re sitting in a play-off spot with 5 – 6 video games to go?”