July 23, 2024

The departure of nine Charlton Athletic players last summer has seen them spread across various clubs, including Hibs, Wigan, Blackpool, and more, where they’ve been striving to establish themselves anew. Charlton has witnessed a continuous flow of players in and out over the past year, with different managers attempting to reshape the team.

Under the leadership of manager Nathan Jones, Charlton has undergone revitalization since his recent appointment, with hints of his increased influence over the club’s transfer decisions compared to his predecessor’s tenure as head coach.

As the summer transfer window approaches, there may be further exits from Charlton, and LondonWorld examines the performances of those who departed last year, with familiar faces surfacing at clubs like Hibernian, Wigan, and MK Dons.

Macauley Bonne: Gillingham sign striker after Charlton exit - BBC Sport

  1. Macauley Bonne – Gillingham After joining Gillingham in the summer as a free agent, Bonne made 31 appearances in the first part of the season. In February, he reunited with Neil Harris at Cambridge United on loan after Harris’s move to Millwall. Despite the managerial changes, Bonne has featured in 10 games for the League One side but is yet to find the net.
  2. Sean Clare – Wigan Athletic Clare secured a three-year contract with Wigan after departing Charlton last summer. He has been an integral part of the team’s resurgence this season, helping them recover from a points deduction to settle comfortably in mid-table.
  3. Albie Morgan – Blackpool Morgan signed a three-year deal with Blackpool following the expiration of his Charlton contract. He quickly established himself as a regular starter for Blackpool and even scored twice in a notable victory against Portsmouth in November. However, he has been sidelined recently due to injury.

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4. Ryan Inniss – Forest Green Rovers Leaving Charlton at the end of his contract last summer, Inniss faced a stint on the sidelines due to a stress fracture. Nonetheless, he has been a consistent presence in Forest Green Rovers’ starting lineup and has even taken on the role of captain this season.

 

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