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Thursday, December 21, 2006
Reed not good enough, admits Murray
Richard Murray admits that former Wealdstone manager Les Reed is not good enough, but is going to give more time. He also admits that the squad is not good enough and is particularly critical of Diawara. Relegation is a real possibility. But he rules out recruiting Alan Pardew: Murray See also Currant Bun version with unflattering picture of Reed: Our Les
I started supporting Charlton in 1953 when my father took me to a game (my mother came sometimes as well). My father was born in North Woolwich in 1908 and
had been a Charlton supporter since the 1920s when an older cousin took him. He raised the admission fee by looking after horses while deliveries were made. I now live in Leamington in Warwickshire, but remain a season ticket holder, as was my late wife. Visitors to my CAP blog may be confused by this but, as well as being a Charlton supporter, I am expert on the CAP and the political economy of the food chain. I am also a frequent commentator for UK and international print and broadcast media and wire services on British politics, hence my new blog on the subject.