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Charlton news round-up: Bowyer eyes reunion, Sandgaard requirements & Adkins talk



Charlton Athletic will be hoping to get a new permanent manager sorted as soon as possible.

Lee Bowyer has left the club and took charge of his first Birmingham game last night, whilst the Addicks beat Bristol Rovers under the stewardship of Johnnie Jackson on Tuesday.

News is going to surround the Addicks for several days – here are the latest headlines concerning the men from The Valley…

Bowyer eyes Jackson reunion

Lee Bowyer would like to bring Johnnie Jackson to St Andrew’s to work alongside him, the South London Press is reporting.

The two obviously had a good working relationship at Charlton and it perhaps makes sense that Bowyer wants to keep it going at his new club as he bids to get his message across.

It remains to be seen, though, whether Jackson wants to go down that route or now forge his own path.

Sandgaard eyeing internal appointment

Football League World was told exclusively earlier this week that Thomas Sandgaard and Charlton prefer the idea of an internal appointment for at least the rest of this campaign.

Naturally, then, that boosts the chances of the likes of Jackson, if he wants the job, whilst Jason Euell may also be in the frame given his work with the youngsters.

That said, too, Sandgaard is believed to want a manager that will continue the Charlton tradition of bringing through youngsters.

Adkins rumours rife

One other name to emerge from the rumour mill of late is Nigel Adkins.

Social media is awash with Charlton fans discussing the potential arrival of the former Hull and Southampton manager who obviously has experience of sealing promotion from League One.

He’d certainly be an interesting appointment and time will tell whether we see it happen.

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