Monday, 18 May 2015

Pardew was 'deceived' at Charlton

Alan Pardew has told The Times that he was 'slightly deceived by the agenda' at Charlton. He said, 'I learned the impact of relegation which I had inherited. I wasn't told how big an impact that would be.'

Pardew also commented, 'I was naïve with the media: I had no media training and didn't understand why people were attacking me. I learnt you couldn't win all the time.'

4 comments:

jonathan acworth said...

AT LAST THE NOT SO SPECIAL ONE TALKS TO THE MEDIA ABOUT CHARLTON TWAT!!!!!!!!!!!GOD I HATE THIS MAN WITH A PASSION....

Paul Green said...

Utter drivel to say there was no media training or that he was naive.

He was already extremely media savvy by the time he arrived from West Ham.

Indian Addick said...

erm.. we werent relegated when he joined. and he had two seasons to sort it out. a neat excuse, but he basically did a bad job.
Palace look pretty good now though to be fair..

Michael Ribbands said...

Clowns