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Discussion in 'Charlton' started by Royston Vasey, Oct 2, 2017.
It’s no Big Deal ...
Strachan has gone @ForestHillBilly
Great footballer in his time, but is barking mad in a very funny way. I like him.
If Kenny Dalglish can tear himself away from the golf course, his appointment would give us a lift. Big "If" though.
Do you have ginger hair btw?
More chance of getting Kenny Rodgers.
When Leigh Griffiths is your best international player you are a nation with problems.
Not like you to use a euphemism.
Tbf I think Griffiths could do a decent job for a mid table premier league club.
He's our only decent striker, we have no decent CB's, a dodgy 'keeper, no proper RB, a workmanlike midfield and no world-class player since Dalglish. As Royston euphemistically says, we have problems.
Thinking about it, Kenny Rogers might not be a bad choice as next Scotland manager.
Having sung with Dolly Parton, he is used to working with massive t1ts.
Ffs Mr van Gerwen, you're in a bad mood today.
Relieve your stress by getting an iron to your creased trigger suit.
It was an attempt at humour Ronnie - a bit like your jacket collection.
Decent youngsters coming through though. Hoping Pulis does a decent job with Burke at WBA.
You f***** me there 10/10
Man for man we're ahead of Northern Ireland, but they've got a manager who gets the best out of his players, so they are a better team than us. I would have fancied them for a play-off place in the last 2 groups we've had.
GS has been the wrong man for years. I think Moyes would be a decent option to be fair - think it’s his best chance at rebuilding his career.
I'd be OK with Moyes, but after Slapgate the SFA might give him a body swerve. He'd probably at least make us hard to beat.
“Come on Denmark”
Once again Charlton have the required three players called up for International duty.
So will the Shrewsbury away game on November 11th be postponed? I'm going to guess it will be, though I would like Kearl Robinson to prove me wrong and take the bold step of going ahead with the match - minus Josh Magennis, Jay Dasilva and Ezri Konsa.
Our squad is almost injury free now; is it not time to demonstrate the strength in depth KR believes we have by taking on the Shrews now, while they are relatively vulnerable?
(Shrewsbury have only taken 8 points from their last 5 games, whereas Charlton have taken 13 from theirs).
Beating Shrewsbury at their ground while we are three players light from our regular starting XI might convince even some fairly hard-line sceptics among our fan base (myself included) that Charlton are serious automatic promotion contenders this season. And it would send another powerful message to the rest of the League.
Or we can play it safe and add another Tuesday evening fixture to our schedule, perhaps hoping that Shrewsbury's current wobble has turned into a longer term decline by the time we end up travelling to the New Meadow.