Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Long Time No See

Charlton boss Alan Pardew has welcomed new signing Martin Christensten to the club and declared, "I know the fans can't wait not to see him."

Christensen follows in the footsteps of other great Danes including Claus Jensen, Dennis Rommedahl and Viggo Jacobsen (Danish? - Ed), and Pardew was adamant he would make a great impression. "He's got plenty of tricks," beamed the gaffer, "...the Gravesend and Northfleet fans are in for a real treat."

The 19-year old is the latest in a series of exciting young foreign signings that have included rock solid full-back Kelly Youga, creative midfielder Rurik Gislason, the towering Jani Tanska and enigmatic Goncalo Brandao. "Their impact on the first team is impossible to overestimate," mused Pardew, "..everyone talks about the likes of Cesc Fabregas and Salomon Kalou, but they've not seen these lads play, and neither have our fans."

STOP PRESS: Charlton sign non-league sensation Chris Dickson. "He's one for the future," cooed Pards.


At 11:59 AM, Anonymous Steveizz said...

I have to admire Pard's foresight, not only is he getting us ready for the Championship the clever buggers also getting us ready for non-league.


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