Thursday 17 November 2016

Could Costa come back as manager?

Assistant manager Kevin Nugent has taken over first team duties until a new manager is appointed. Chris O'Loughlin has joined the coaching staff but will not be considered for the permanent managers job. Some Addicks think that he is already doing the job, but without the title.

A number of possible candidates have indicated interest, at least for the future. The most interesting of those is Jorge Costa, popular loan player and Millwall hater. In an interview, he said how much he had enjoyed his time at Charlton. The club still have a special place in his heart: The Tank

Another is former Burton Albion and QPR manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, although according to Twitter he wants a break from managerial duties after leaving QPR: Hasselbaink

The bookies have it as a two horse race between Johnnie Jackson and Gary Caldwell, but fans have said that they would not like Jackson to be sacrificed in this way and his career brought to an ignominious end at the hands of the regime.

1 comment:

  1. Poor Jorge Costa a Charlton true great, what has he done to possible deserve working with this regime, he can’t possibly know what is going on. This poisonous regime undermines any decent manager we were ever likely to get, hence the trouble they are in now trying to attract any manager with any creditability and self respect – even Steve Evans wouldn’t take it!