Today I saw the best and worst of football from SE7.
The best was the sensitive and sincere reaction of the club to the tenth anniversary of Pierre Bolangi's death in a lake in Aldershot. It seemed like yesterday that the army were trying to protect one of their own in an act of moral bankruptcy, just down the road from Deepcut in case you don't know the area.
Fortunately a court saw through the lie in short order.
I wonder what most people make of Messrs Dickson, Sinclair, and Basey reporting Charlton to the PFA for the alleged non-payment of a one month salary severance payment? Whether they are entitled to it or not is not really the point is it? The timing of this story is at best poor, and quite frankly reflects badly on a profession that could teach the army a trick or two regarding moral bankruptcy.