You may be interested in this article by Nick Miller published in The Guardian online today.
When Russell Slade took over as Charlton manager this summer, he knew that there was quite a job to do. That they had just been relegated was bad enough, but worse were the circumstances leading to them dropping into League One, which had alienated many of their fans. “It takes a lot of time to build trust,” says Slade. “There were clearly things that needed addressing at the football club, and going forwards there will still be things that need addressing … It’s like putting little bricks in place, to build something that’s reliable and solid. To build something that the fans can identify with.
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