Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Redfearn praises Curbs

Neil Redfearn has lavished praise on Curbs in a feature on the new Scarborough boss (Redfearn, that is, not Curbs) in 4-4-2.

'The most complete manager I have ever worked for. I was only at Charlton for 12 months, but he was different class. If England want another manager then he is the only candidate for me. His man-management skills are second to none and he had an ability to stimulate older pros like John Barnes, who went out really wanting to play for him. Curbs let his players express themselves, while maintaining a disciplined and controlled environment, and there is no hidden agenda.'

A tribute indeed, although some Charlton fans will not be impressed as relegation specialist Redfearn was not a favourite of the Addickted.

News of former Charlton players: John Robinson has signed up at the Dripping Pan and is playing for Lewes, having been asked to take a pay cut at Crawley. Mark Bright who is the only breakfast television presenter to have scored in the Premiership is training at Ryman Premier side Harrow Borough, prompting rumours of a comeback for the 43-year old.


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