Thursday, 30 March 2017

Yann Kermorgant to carry on

35-year old Yann Kermorgant is to carry on for another season at Reading before retiring: Kermorgant

When he retires he has plans for an investment or banking career.

He has had a very successful season at Reading and letting him go was surely one of the biggest mistakes made by the current regime at The Valley.

Reactions from Charlton fans on Twitter can be found here: Charlton fans react

Monday, 27 March 2017

Joint protest with Sky Blues fans

CARD has announced a joint protest with Coventry City fans for the Good Friday match at the Ricoh Arena: Joint protest

It looks as if the Sky Blues are going to have to share a ground with the local semi-professional rugby club and non-league side Coventry United after next season.

CARD have asked Charlton fans to delay renewing their season tickets. 40 per cent did not renew last season.

Sunday, 26 March 2017

Some season tickets to go up

Some season tickets at The Valley are to go up in price next year, while some season ticket holders will have to move due to closures. The price increases were leaked ahead of the official announcement: Price increases

Saturday, 25 March 2017

'A waste of a season'

That is Jason Pearce's frank verdict on his own season and that of Charlton. The Addicks have under achieved and could easily go down: Brutal assessment

Pearce hopes to be fit for next Saturday's trip to Peterborough. He has been missed.

Friday, 24 March 2017

Thursday, 23 March 2017

Chief scout leaves

Chief scout Steve Head has left the club after less than a year in the role: Headless

Apparently it's all part of a restructuring plan devised by Karl Robinson, but short stays at various roles in the club are a familiar phenomenon.

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

The end of days for the regime

Despite denials by the club, VOTV editor Rick Everitt is convinced that Charlton Athletic is being sold. It is a complicated process which will take some time, for example because of outstanding loans to six former directors. But it is now the end of days for the Duchatelet regime: Exit Duchatelet

The question now is, to whom is the club being sold? If the Rickster has any idea, he isn't letting on. I certainly don't know. Whilst we all be glad to see the back of Roland, a note of caution is necessary about any new owners, even though they can hardly be any worse.