Monday, 5 October 2020

Are you missing out?

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Five new stories have been posted this morning, including the imminent arrival of an attacking full back and a letter about Charlton in the Financial Times.  

Tuesday, 29 September 2020

We're in the money - but can't spend it

Charlton are now in the money under Thomas Sandgaard, but are constrained in how they spend it because of the new salary cap says Lee Bowyer.  Most clubs were able to do their spending in the summer before it came in:

The club was close to having to sell a key player to pay wages until Sandgaard took over:

Friday, 25 September 2020

It's a done deal!

In an open letter to Charlton fans, Thomas Sandgaard said he wanted them to know before anyone else that he had completed his acquisition of the club.   This is now available on the official site:

Sandgaard has confirmed that he has passed EFL's OADT test and that he expects official confirmation that the transfer embargo is gone - adds "it kind of is already".

Richard Cawley reports: 'Sandgaard's deal has seen him increased the lease on The Valley and TG to 15 years. Says costs on that side have risen as part of deal with Duchatelet. It buys everyone peace of mind that we'll keep playing at The Valley and have the training ground."

Thomas Sandgaard: "There won't be any drama. There is nothing to be nervous about going forward - we can focus 100% on the club and getting back to the Premier League."

Thomas Sandgaard describes it as "an entirely clean deal of everything - versus before when things were interconnected in some way. That is totally undone, otherwise we couldn't have done deal."

Sandgaard on the lease of the land: "It might be the right time to negotiate on those then [at some stage towards end of the agreement]."

Four signings are ready to go, one of them Adam Matthews, reports Richard Cawley. The first signing is Ben Watson: Akin Famewo is the latest addition:

Thursday, 24 September 2020

Update from Sandgaard

Thomas Sandgaard has discussed the latest position with the takeover:

And a later statement:

Richard Cawley of the SLP analyses Charlton's financial situation:

All stories are now posted on the Third Division Diary.

Tuesday, 22 September 2020

Monday, 21 September 2020

This blog is now suspended

This blog is suspended until Charlton return to the Championship, hopefully next year.

All stories will appear on Addick's Third Division Diary, links will be provided for the next few days: