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Andy Hughes

edited October 2012 in General Charlton
Anyone catch his interview on charlton live last night?
Id recommend having a listen.
For a fella that don't see much game time,his positivity towards this club was quite something. He also oozes confidence and would be a shot in the arm to any dressing room.I can see why Powell kept him around.
Gent.

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    Top guy. Done us well in the middle of the season last year. Be a good person to keep on past his playing days.
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    Totally agree. One of the best and most interesting interviews on Charlton live.
    A must for Charlton supporters. His comments about C.P. and his teamates were very positive. He will make a good coach or manager.
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    Is he still injured?
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    Had a chat with him at the end of last season and he is a top banter merchant. The other players really seemed to like him. We are going to need this type of player - who can kill off a game once we have the points in the bag.
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    Is he still injured?

    yes had to have a 2nd op, another few months before he will play

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    We had heard he is reluctant to talk to the press, so thought this could be a tough interview, but he took over at times, some great insights, poor Rhoys hardly got a look in, A pleasure to talk to.
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    Loving the phrase 'Top banter Merchant'
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    Missed the show. When is it put back on the player Pete?
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    Missed the show. When is it put back on the player Pete?

    This, and the Simmo interview please

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    Sounds like the type of bloke who would be a perfect coach when he retires
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    Missed the show. When is it put back on the player Pete?

    I am believe the Simonsen interview will go on Player this week, not sure about Hughes and Wiggins one, its down to the Club to decide, I will try and find out.

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    PeteF said:

    Missed the show. When is it put back on the player Pete?

    I am believe the Simonsen interview will go on Player this week, not sure about Hughes and Wiggins one, its down to the Club to decide, I will try and find out.

    Cheers
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    PeteF said:

    Missed the show. When is it put back on the player Pete?

    I am believe the Simonsen interview will go on Player this week, not sure about Hughes and Wiggins one, its down to the Club to decide, I will try and find out.

    Cheers
    Allan Simonsen interview has just gone up on CAFC Player
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    Tangoflash
    Its not the full interview I have just noticed, its about 7 minutes long, think we did about 20 minutes with him
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    PeteF said:

    Tangoflash
    Its not the full interview I have just noticed, its about 7 minutes long, think we did about 20 minutes with him

    Cheers Pete, will give it a listen
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    Does he still maintain his 100% win ratio in Charlton red?
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    Just seen talksport have said Simonsens transfer was the most amazing transfer deal of all time.
    http://www.talksport.co.uk/magazine/top-ten/2011-01-17/bent-cantona-cole-klinsmann-tevez-and-top-10-most-amazing-transfer-deals-all-time

    One slight error in this though

    1) Allan Simonsen – Barcelona to Charlton, 1983
    Younger readers won’t remember the diminutive Dane but his three-month stay at The Valley is the stuff of legend. After falling out with Barca, the winner of the 1977 European Footballer of the Year award turned down offers from Real Madrid and Tottenham to move to south-west London. He scored nine times in 16 games but the club struggled to pay his wages and had to let him go at the end of the 1982-83 season. To put this deal into perspective, it would be a bit like a global superstar like Ronaldinho signing for someone like, ooh I dunno, say Blackburn. And what are the chances of that, eh…?!
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    South-west London?!
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    Another smaller geographical error!
    Lombardo had won a stack of domestic and European honours with Sampdoria and Juventus, including the Champions League in 1996, before swapping it all for a spell in south-east London at Selhurst Park.
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