New Peterborough boss Steve Evans is set to be 'the proudest man alive' as he looks forward to beating Charlton on Saturday: New supremo
The 55-year-old Scot, who resigned from Mansfield Town earlier this week, has lived near Peterborough for many years. He told local radio: 'It's probably the second club that's closest to my heart, the first being Glasgow Celtic. I've been in and around the city for the best part of 30 years - and probably for the best part of 20 years I've wanted to be the gaffer here.'
Now 50 per cent Canadian owned, Posh want to turn over a new leaf and stop being the 'nearly men' of League One. Last season they finished 11th, fading after Christmas.
This is an important match for the Addicks as they try to get into the play off places. Odds: Peterborough 13/5; draw, 12/5; Charlton 2/1.
Brett Huxtable is making the trek up from Devon to referee the match. Not everyone is keen on him: Yeovil fans cross
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