Another bitter ex-employee
Katrien Meire told us not to trust any ex-employees because they are liars. So Michael Morrison must have had his toes and fingers crossed when he told the SLP that Meire tried to offload him to Romanian team Astra Giurgiu on loan.
Lies, lies I tell you. But who do you trust? A loyal wholehearted performer who played 150 times for the Addicks or the CEO who we are forced to rely upon for successful recruitment and trading of players?
Birmingham signed Morrison for nothing, zilch, nowt. Tremendous work by the CEO. Bravo.
Michael Morrison’s interview with Rich Cawley opens another can of worms for our beleaguered CEO, but it’s probably all lies. Also according to Morrison, Karel Fraeye didn’t quite have the influence on the first team as Meire would like us to believe. Just a bitter ex-employee.
St Andrews tomorrow then as Karel Fraeye looks to build on the 3-1 win over Sheffield Wednesday before the international break. Ricardo Vaz Te is expected to start with Reza on the bench.
Ghoochannejhad travelled to Tehran and then onto Guam for Iran’s World Cup Qualifiers but played in total for only 15 minutes in the home game against Turkmenistan. His body clock must be all over the place but at least he will be well rested!
Solly is a doubt so young Holmes-Dennis will deservedly get another chance. Ba is suspended so Jacko, Diarra and Cousins could well make up a midfield three if Fraeye goes with the same formation as he did against Wednesday. Fraeye said that Tony Watt is still not fit.
Let us see what the day brings.