Charlton Athletic goalkeeper coach Andy Marshall has given a window of insight into the Addicks’ recent training sessions.
Championship clubs have been given the green light to resume their season and recommence where fixtures left off (via BBC Sport).
The Addicks will have a tough job as they approach the final nine games of the campaign as they hope to claw their way out of the relegation zone. Manager Lee Bowyer has expressed the importance of these remaining games.
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Marshall spoke to the club and praised the players for their performances in training. “This week the outfield players have hit the ground running on the first day. We’ve had to break the goalkeepers in easier though,” the goalkeeper coach said. He explained that the nature of diving for the ball is something that cannot be rushed after a lengthy time out.
“I look at them and they’ve come back in phenomenal shape,” Marshall said, complimenting the outfield players who have been working hard with their cardio training.
Charlton’s first match back will be against Hull City at the KCOM Stadium and they will be hoping for three points to get them started on a positive. Marshall’s comments offer hope that the Addicks can mark their return to action in winning ways against their relegation rivals.
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