Ex Premier League and former Charlton star makes ‘exciting’ Charlton Athletic contract comment

Charlton Athletic secured League One survival with a point against Cambridge United last Saturday.
Charlton Athletic reaffirmed their League One status with a point against Cambridge United last weekend, and there is a sense that the tide is turning under Nathan Jones.

The Welshman has calmed a shaky ship, and there is a quiet hope that the Addicks will have a far more successful campaign next season.
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Ex-Premier League striker speaks on Charlton’s future

Charlton Athletic striker Connor Wickham is yet to speak with the club regarding his future at The Valley, with his short-term contract scheduled to expire at the end of the season.
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The former Crystal Palace and Sunderland player has made three appearances for the Addicks, scoring in a 1-1 draw with Cambridge United the last time out.

Ex Premier League star makes 'exciting' Charlton Athletic contract comment
Wickham revealed after the match that, while conversations had not yet taken place, he was impressed with Charlton’s present ‘interesting period’. He informed London News Online

“I’m overjoyed not only to be here, but also to be back on the pitch, scoring goals. If that buys me something for next season, then that’s what I’ll get. I can only do what I can control. Right now, that’s my main emphasis.It’s an exciting time for the club. I’ll address that when it comes up. We have not had that chat yet. Charlton is having a very exciting time. They have the ability to advance. If I am a part of it, we will sit down and talk about it when the time comes.

Portsmouth faces a significant contract choice.

Interested parties should be on the lookout as Portsmouth manager John Mousinho revealed the club has yet to make a decision on the future of talented youngster Koby Mottoh.

The 16-year-old, who has appeared five times this season, was supposed to receive two weeks of first-team training to impress, but that has been postponed due to participation in the under-18s Youth Alliance Cup.

Mousinho told The News: ‘We haven’t done anything with Koby yet because we wanted to finish the cup final first. He hasn’t been with the first squad recently since we wanted him to focus on the cup final and return to the youth team, while we also have 24 pros training right now.

“We did not want to make a choice or do anything with the guys before last Wednesday. The fact that they got to play in a cup final at Fratton was a fantastic opportunity. After that, we were completely focused on Bolton, so we’ll need to sit down with the Academy and Koby and decide what we’re going to do.”

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