Monday, 5 January 2015

Peeters sacking rumour denied

The authoritative Richard Cawley of South London Press has denied on Twitter rumours that Bob Peeters has been sacked and replaced by Guy Luzon.

Luzon resigned as Standard Liege coach last October after disappointing results: Luzon. Installing him at Charlton would give 'network cast off' a whole new meaning. Israeli media are linking him with the vacancy at Maccabi Haifa which sounds a lot more plausible.

It is my view that Bob will be in place for the whole season.

14 comments:

CYPEXPAT said...

Those of a certain age will recall Harold Wilson's comment that " a week in politics is a long time ! " The same can be said of life in football so nothing would surprise me.

jonathan acworth said...

I heard he has 1 game left ,aparantly sherwood was in the stands sat what about him as a replacement. Myself i would like Martin Allen he would be superb for us

Anonymous said...

HAHA Acworth the troll strikes again!

TB said...

I would be sorry if Peeters left. The early season showed he can create an attractive style and win matches. The squad is now down to almost nothing and that is what any new coach would have to work with if no investment is made in this window.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps Sherwood was in the stands because he used to captain of Rovers, you're obviously too young to remember and be a real troll JA Doh!
Talking of networks, if he goes I wouldn't mind seeing J. Riga back myself. Now that wouldn't that be Roland's style.

Anonymous said...

Martin Allen, great your predicting a spell in the next league down are you? JA. COYGills? and he's English.
Having a bath, mate!

Anonymous said...

jonathan acworth said…

Martian Alien to be next manager!
Just seen a green eyed bug like creature at the ground!

Anonymous said...

When things get depressing you can always rely on JA for a giraffe.

Anonymous said...

Peters isn't the problem. It's the lack of interest from the owner.

Anonymous said...

Too true, but I think the speculation will continue as long as it looks like the owner isn't really interested.
He's not going to blame himself for the poor results.

Anonymous said...

Duchatelet is the problem ....how many matches has he bothered to attend ?

Anonymous said...

Absolutely agree - it's like buying a jag, ok ford mondeo then, but going by bus.

jonathan acworth said...

well i quite like allen hes done wonders at barnet so why not?he be superb he knows the championship,league one and two inside out hes built a superb squad at barnet who are top of the conference and playing as a team.
On Simon Church i order him a cab and drive him to millwall myself we should offload players like him and get in the beast in ade akinfenwa who was superb last night for wimbledon god i shd be in management

Anonymous said...

BP = The Fall Guy.
JA = The Fool Guy.
"i order him a cab and drive him to millwall myself"
Nice one JA, Doh!