Album/Team Page 42
Digital Cards for this Web site 31 (completed)
Just 70-71 Footballers
Red shirts, White shorts
Floyd Road, Charlton, London S.E.7., Telephone 01-858-3711/2
Ground Capacity 66000 (Largest Capacity in the League 1970-71)
2nd Division Final Placing 20th
Team Page last update 2019-01-14
Squad officially registrated by the Football League and the Football Association between 1st August 1970 and 30th June 1971. Includes transfers during this period and players on loan. Known Youth , Apprentice or Reserve players added in case the autograph is in this collection.
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Managers, Trainers, Coaches (3 names) 0 missing
Theo Foley (Manager), Colin Murphy (Coach), Charlie Hall (First-Team-Trainer/Physiotherapist)
Squad Members 1970-71 (28 names) 0 missing
Derek Belotti, Dennis Bond, Dennis Booth, Dietmar Bruck, Alan Campbell, Allan Clarke, Bob Curtis, Cyril Davies, Allan Ellis, Barry Endean, Mike Flanigan, Paul Gilchrist, Harry Gregory, Bobby Hunt, Neil Johnson, Mike Kenning, Brian Kinsley, Graham Moore, Keith Peacock, Dick Plumb, Gordon Riddick, Peter Reeves, Maurice Setters, Dave Shipperley, Ray Treacy, Phil warman, Paul Went, Charlie Wright
Named in Rothmans
Luciano Masiello and John Kiers, no first team appearances (In reserve team part of the season)
Derek Belotti, Dennis Booth, Allan Clarke, Charlie Wright
Club Captain 1970-71 Paul Went
70-71 TRANSFER DIARY. WHERE DID THEY GO ? WHO´S NEW IN THE TEAM ?
10th September Bobby Hunt from Ipswich Town (£15,000), 15th October Dietmar Bruck from Coventry City (£15,000), 15th October Alan Campbell to Birmingham City (£70.000), 15th October Harry Gregory to Aston Villa (£15,000), 29th October Dennis Bond from Tottenham Hotspurs (£25,000), 11th February Barry Endean from Watford (£15.000), 6th June Charlie Wright to Bolton Wanderers (free)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS / NON PLAYING STAFF
Chairman: E. M. Gliksten Directors: R. Law, F.C.A., D. H. clark, F. W. Edmonds, M. C. Cowdrey, W. J. Jenner, A. T. G. Pocock Secretary: K. J. Calver
Charlton Athletic 1970-71