Online commentary almost
Hopefully my letter to Steve Waggott in May
helped a tiny bit in the clubs efforts to solve the lack of CAFC live commentaries. I think Waggott needs to be applauded for what was I am sure some careful negotiation in keeping the independence of the official site, yet sourcing the rights from the Football League for games.
The club made an announcement
on Thursday when it said the yearly cost will be £34.99 but without a proposed start date. The deal will include highlights and video interviews.
One thing I have to take exception to is that "around 90 per cent of the club's fanbase can tune into BBC LONDON 94.9 and BBC Radio Kent 774 MW to listen to commentary of Charlton games broadcast over the radio."
That is certainly not my perception and I wouldn't mind you Kent readers giving me your thoughts on those numbers.