Friday 7 October 2022

Forster-Caskey left out for 'footballing' reasons

May fans have been puzzled by the absence of Jake Forster-Caskey from a faltering Charlton squad, but Ben Garner insists that it is a footballing decision and nothing to do with any payments per appearance clause in his contract:

CAS Trust underline the importance of the Lincoln game in their preview, but are careful not to make any prediction of the outcome:

The Imps are one place above Charlton in the table.   At home they have one won and drawn three games, doing better on the road.   Charlton have not won any away games this season, but have drawn three.

Richard Cawley has undertaken a long interview with Rick Everitt about Voice of the Valley

1 comment:

  1. At face value if Garner rates JFC's performances in the cup games lower than McGrandles's showings thus far then Garner's a moron. It's clear that players' contracts and bonusses are an issue or the secretary wouldn't have mentioned it would he? If Garner's lying that makes him a fool twice over.