The latest Four Four Two has a supplement on the invention of football, or rather 30 years of the Premier League. One feature is on 'One-Season Wonders' and among those included is Jonatan Johansson.
This magazine has a bit of form with Charlton, having predicted a dire fate in the year we won the League One championship with Chris Powell. The club bought the framed copy of the cover.
I liked JJ as a player and I think his contribution went beyond the goals he scored. I remember the warm reception he received as a Finnish international (106 caps) when we played a friendly against Oulu in northern Finland.
Four Four Two points out that he scored his 13th goal of the season on New Year's Day 2001. 'Newly promoted Charlton were eighth in the table and the £3.5m attacker's noggin had just delivered league goal No.10 of a stellar six months.'
'The former Rangers man managed a mere 17 over the next five years, however, before a six month loan at Championship Norwich in January 2006 finished his spell in English football.'
He did some coaching in Scotland and married a Scottish television presenter. Returning to Finland, he has been manager of TPS Turku (where he played) since 2020.