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Charlton Question Time with magic1999!

Charlton Question Time with magic1999!

We catch up with magic1999 who has been kind enough to answer some questions for us to use on Vital Charlton as we get some views from our members this summer between seasons.

1) How long have you been supporting Charlton?
30 years +

2) What have been your best, and worst memories as a Charlton fan over the years?
As with YHTSTW Playoff final against Sunderland. - losing Scott Parker half way thru a great season.

3) Who do you regard as the best Addicks player you've ever seen?
Simonsen.

4) Were you surprised by the teams that got promoted from League 1 last season? (Norwich City, Leeds United and Millwall.)
No.

5) Were you surprised that we didn't gain promotion back to The Championship?
No.

6) Realistically speaking is there a player you'd like to bring to The Valley this summer?
Any consistent Centre Half.

7) Fantasy speaking if we could sign any player who would it be?
Messi.

8) Who is the player we can least afford to lose this summer?
Semedo the work engine of the midfield (mind U Racon should stay as well

9) Do you think that Phil Parkinson is the man to be in the SE7 hot seat?
Yes doing a good job considering the financial turmoil at the club.

10) What are you expecting us to do in League 1 this season?
Top 6 at the least.

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Writer:Charlton Addickt
Date:Wednesday June 16 2010
Time: 3:17PM

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