Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Matthew fears for Charlton's future

Former Charlton coach Damian Matthew fears for the club's future. He told the Evening Standard: 'You need experience in the ranks. Two or three of the signings over the summer were excellent. They were players who could come in and affect the game straight away.'

'With some of the other players, you could see the potential but that was all it was. We had a lot of success in bringing young players through the system but when you have players like that you need to make sure the squad is boosted by experienced players who know the Championship.'

After nine years at The Valley, Matthew is now working for Celtic, identifying young London talent for the Scottish champions.

5 comments:

John West said...

wELL YOUR AVERAGE SUPPORTER NOT THAT THICK AND BEEN SAYING IT FOR THE LAST 3 SEASONS, BUT OFCOURSE NO ONE LISTENS TO US AND SERIOUSLY MOST OF US COULD DO A FAR BETTER JOB AND YEAH OFCOURSE WE CARE, SHAME OTHERS DO NOT.

John West said...

Well , frankly the average supporter are not stupid, but unfortunately no one at the club listens and also convinced many of us would do a far better job. It sis outragious how us supporters are taken for granted. DISGUSTING INDEED

Jonathan Acworth said...

gary monk just been sacked be a good appointment

Martin Cowan said...

1 win in 11 games, that's even worse than KF!

Jonathan Acworth said...

yes but he sold bony that was their downfall would do well in this league i think