Taylor won’t play if season re-starts
Lyle Taylor has told Lee Bowyer that he won’t play for Charlton again when play resumes. His contract expires on June 30th, and does not want to risk injury and banish any lucrative summer move.
It’s hard to blame Taylor, or any player that doesn’t want to take the risk, but anyone that has seen Lyle’s recent interviews will have seen him disillusioned and infuriated about how the club’ owners have treated him.
It’s one in the eye for Lee Bowyer though, and us fans of course, and simply endures the drama that has surrounded Taylor’s stay in SE7.
In an interview on TalkSPORT this morning Bowyer also says that Chris Solly and David Davis have also said they won’t play. Interview below.
Somewhat more surprised at Chris Solly, who has been at the club for 18 years, but whose contract runs out in June. Other players who are officially out of contract this month are Adam Matthews, Naby Sarr, Lewis Page, Jake Forster-Caskey, Jonny Williams, Albie Morgan, Tomer Hemed and Ben Amos.
Plus all of the loanees….