What will tomorrow bring?
I write this before going to bed in Colorado, and 7 hours behind the UK. Transfer windows, particularly January ones have not been kind to us, and I still have nightmares about ‘super duper’ phones and fake wealthy sheiks bearing big budgets.
At the beginning of this transfer window we were given a whole new management team promising a busy window and one that will have us much stronger by the end of it, possibly enabling us to make a run for the play-off’s.
So far we have removed from the wageroll Jake Forster Caskey, Craig McGillivray and Jayden Stockley, who left for Fleetwood on a fee. Conor McGrandles went out on loan.
Joining on a short term contract were Macauley Bonne and the loans of Matt Penney and now injured Todd Kane. Whatever universe you occupy that is not strengthening the squad, although the news that Jes Rak-Sakyi remains is welcoming.
Dean Holden may have passed the smell test with Addicks’ fans, but others such as Andy Scott have us guessing and questioning and smelling BS.
A big day tomorrow in so many ways. What will it bring?
“What will it bring ?”
The same as usual I expect. Disappointment.
CA I think naff-all will happen.
Maybe the club might bring in a new crowd steward and off-load 5 to Palace !!!!
Not much methinks……maybe a couple of loans, and as I keep saying, maybe a ‘dreg’ or two from the bottom of the barrel……Please, please, please prove me wrong !!!
Didley squat of any significance.
In reality it is a bizarre and disorganized process. When the manager has a contract only to the end of the season, success as determined only by TS, players with long term injuries. Little hope from this window of really improving our lot in this league or over the summer window unless there is stability and proper planning. At present its just a hope of better days.
Wow – how underwhelming was that!!