Friday, 6 March 2009

More non-league talent?

Orange, NSW: One of the aspects of Charlton's recent policy I have been most sceptical about is the search for non-league talent, even if it did lead to the Non-League Paper awarding us the accolade of being 'the club that takes the non-league seriously'.

Now it looks as if more such talent might be heading our way, this time from the august heights of the Carlsberg South-West Peninsula League: Newquay

The club has denied that it is launching a scouting mission to watch the two club Isles of Scilly league.

There's au autumnal chill in the air here on the Central Tablelands, so it's time to head home and join the wake.

1 comment:

Ketts said...

Newquay have produced a number of players who have progressed to the FL over the years Wyn,most notably Chris Morris,now back in the town working in the family pasty business.

We recruited Ilic from non-league football & there is less risk with keepers than outfield players.

Newquay are having their best season in years,due in no small part to the excellent performances of their keeper.He would certainly cost less than the £20k a week Weaver allegedly earns!

Safe journey home.