Sunday, April 29, 2007

Could Allardyce resignation affect Pards?

The surprise resignation of Sam Allardyce as Bolton manager could have knock on efforts for Charlton, some sources are claiming. Allardyce is being linked with a move to Manchester City. However that would probably depending on the takeover of the Massives by the consortium led by Ray Ranson succeeding. This is by no means certain given that there are American suitors who seem to be preferred by the club: Massives

Pardew could be a candidate to replace Allardyce at Bolton, although there has also been speculation about a summer move to St.James's Park. Should a move of this kind take place, and it is only speculation, it is thought that Phil Parkinson would take over at The Valley, at least on an interim basis.


Blogger New York Addick said...

The Allardyce resignation threatens to affect us via the effect on the Bolton side before their game at West Ham. The combination of this news plus the likelihood of Man Utd both having wrapped up the title and having a Champions League final to contest, suggest West Ham's luck will continue.

10:22 PM  
Blogger worcestershireleaburn said...

Wyn, I don't know what you know, but I can't believe we're going to be looking at our fourth manager in 12 months. This is the kind of thing that have taken Leeds to their current situation. I hope if we do go down that Pards sticks with us to get us back up.

9:46 AM  
Blogger Kappacino Kid said...

Sammy Lee appointed, so Pards to stay at Charlton, for now.

11:12 AM  

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