Thursday, 16 July 2009

Bray Wanderers 0 v Charlton Athletic 2

The opposition may not have been great this week but the Addicks wrapped up their second win in Ireland which was certainly better than the mixed bag of results achieved when last there in 1997. A routine sounding 2-0 win which may have matched the Wexford score had Inale/Irale/Izale Mcleod not missed a penalty after Scott Wagstaff was brought down in the box. Lloyd Sam scored one and it would appear that the latest secret triallist got the other (Sammy Nelson has ben mentioned!).

Looks like just about everyone got a run out. I have just caught up on the game courtesy of a Charlton Life match thread which made entertaining reading as it was heavily reliant on updates from Addicks fans, most of whom appear to have enjoyed a late lunch. Forest Green Rovers on Saturday where I suspect we might get the hardest game so far.

Meanwhile, still no response from the Board to the Mail on Sunday article about Administration despite claims of a considered response. Steve Waggott's credibility is taking another pasting here. If he didn't know that a response would be forthcoming he should have said nothing when questioned. Us long-suffering supporters deserve much better than this and some answers quickly. The silent treatment is causing widespread anger and doing the Club a lot of damage. At this rate, the Mail on Sunday will be running a more detailed follow-up article this week.

2 comments:

vff said...

Why secret trialists? Are they embarrassed by them or something (or vice versa) vff

Anonymous said...

No his name is chris mccready from crewe.