At a time when most Charlton players are on expiring contracts, and show it when they play, keeper Nick Pope has signed a three year deal at The Valley: Pope.
Good keepers can take time to mature and Pope requires further development which may require loans. Indeed, he has now joined Aldershot on a month's loan. If someone does come in for him on a permanent basis, the contract should ensure a reasonable price or he might even eventually become first choice keeper for us, especially if we are playing at a lower level.
Not sure about his characterisation of Charlton as a 'big' club, but I suppose that compared with Bury Town we are.