Charlton will be hoping they get the chance to sort their fate on the pitch this season having slipped into the relegation in the weeks before the campaign was put on pause.
The Addicks started this season well but injuries and off-field issues have taken their toll and results have not been good enough to keep them outside of the bottom three.
Of course, this pause offers a reset button to Lee Bowyer and his players and they’ll be hoping to do themselves proud in order to stick around in the second tier a little longer.
In terms of sticking around, though, players are coming and going all the time and some former Addicks have ended up in rather strange areas in terms of their playing careers.
Let’s take a look at 5 former Charlton players who have ended up at a variety of clubs…
Dorian Dervite spent a couple of years at Charlton, after joining from Villarreal B in Spain.
After that, he also had a pretty long spell at Bolton but that was his last foray in English football
He now finds himself in the Cypriot top-flight with Doxa Katokopias, having joined permanently from Charleroi.
Nicky Bailey impressed during his time at Charlton, picking up a Player of the Year award during his time there.
He was with the Addicks as they dropped into League One but skippered them to the play-offs in the third tier.
He missed an all-important penalty against Swindon, though, and moved to Middlesbrough afterwards.
He’s now at Havant & Waterlooville.
Therry Racon was at Charlton for four years and made more appearances for them than he did for anyone else in this country.
He also played for the likes of Millwall, Brighton and Portsmouth but it’s at The Valley where he’ll be remembered most.
He now plays for Racing Club de France Football who are at the fifth level of French football, having joined them in 2018.
Ahmed Kashi was at Charlton for three years but perhaps didn’t make as many appearances as he would have liked – averaging around 15 a season for the Addicks.
The men from The Valley did look to give him another contract but he decided against it and signed for Troyes on a two-year deal.
However, things at Troyes have turned sour since then and he now finds himself in the B team at the French side.
Jay Bothroyd has had a varied career and his current side sums that up with him playing for Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo in Japan.
He’s also played for Muangthong United and Júbilo Iwata during his time since leaving this country and his days at Charlton seem a long time ago now.
Indeed, he was with the Addicks in the 2005/06 season.