Thursday, September 07, 2006

Charlton's strategic choices

The quality of blogs related to the club is a tribute to the Addickted and to the club itself (even if it sometimes make senior figures nervous). There is so much good quality material produced that I usually don't pick out stories here. However, an essay has just appeared that is one of the best I have seen on the strategic challenges facing the club at this time of further change in the top flight of football:


Reflecting on the essay, I think that we gain from the quality of our board, their probity and their proven record of success in other spheres of business life. These qualities of relevant experience and good judgement are enhanced by the fact that they are genuine Charlton fans.

Contrast this with some of the figures currently homing in on West Ham. One might ask what business qualifications you gain from running a failing kick boxing business in Chalk Farm or a loss making motor dealership in Rainham. For the full sp on possible bidders for the Irons, visit our sister site: Football Economy


Blogger New York Addick said...

Do you think the directors actually read the blogs? It would be nice to think so.

10:40 PM  

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