Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Pardew: Unacceptable Comments

Alan Pardew unreservedly apologised last night, following allegations that he had made 'appalling' and 'wholly unacceptable' comments.

The comments are believed to have caused great offence to a long-suffering minority known as 'Charlton fans'.

The allegations date back to December 2006, when Pardew reportedly told the Board, "I am honoured to accept your offer to be manager of Charlton Athletic."

"How dare he use the word 'manager' with such disregard?" said one anguished supporter, "...this usually implies a degree of organisation, motivation and results."

Club insiders admitted that it was 'unlikely' he would be invited back to manage again.

STOP PRESS: Fans outraged again as Pardew reportedly told Board, "Bid £2million for Luke Varney....he's a natural goalscorer."


At 10:58 PM, Blogger CharltonChris said...

NYA you're a bit of a stats man...

In it's current format, what's the lowest points total over the course of a championship season? Not including 10 point deductions etc.

At 1:05 AM, Anonymous newyorkaddick said...

Stockport only got 26 points in 2001/2, so we've already comfortably beaten that total.

There may be worse totals in previous years - I'll take a look when I have time.

At 2:36 PM, Anonymous Toronto Addick said...

Hi NYA, there is a v.good article in today's Guardian regarding CAFC's current demise. Have you had a look?


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