Condition of shirt - Very Good
Size - S (UK)
Condition details - Bright colours, badges are stitched, a couple of bobbles
Made by - Joma
Notes - Polo Training T-Shirt as worn in the season when Alan Curbishley's resignation after 10 years in charge of the Addicks, Northern Irishman Iain Dowie was snared from South London rivals Crystal Palace who were relegated in the previous season, but, despite being given more money to spend in the transfer market than any other previous Charlton manager, the club were in the relegation zone for most of his tenure and he was sacked in November. First-team coach Les Reed stepped into the breach, but also proved unsuitable for the job and was in turn replaced by former West Ham United manager Alan Pardew. Pardew was unable to stop the rot and after seven years in the top-flight, Charlton were relegated.
2006-07 Charlton Athletic PoloTraining T-Shirt (Very Good) S
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