Charlton now have one of the best attacks in League One according to owner Thomas Sandgaard: https://londonnewsonline.co.uk/charlton-athletic-owner-thomas-sandgaard-weve-now-got-one-of-best-attacks-in-league-one/
The doughty Dane recognises that there have been injury problems in central defence. He added, 'We were unable to find central defenders who simply had enough quality. We were fishing for some, but it did not go our way.'
In an implicit rebuke to keyboard warriors who have targeted Lee Bowyer, he pointed out that the beleaguered boss was dealing with a lot of new players.
In relation to excessive expectations he pointed out that, 'Our focus has primarily been to strengthen the team for the remainder of the season, more than it has been to prepare for life in the Championship.' The top two looked beyond reach, but a top six finish was possible.
The interview doesn't offer much comfort to the 'Bowyer out now' crowd, rather the contrary. He notes that promotion to the Championship would leave a lot more work to do, compared with another year in League One.