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With Charlton's Premier League status recently saved, the Addicks have launched an urgent recruitment campaign.
"We are looking for players who either have National Division experience or want to prove themselves at the top level of the women's club game, and we are inviting players to make contact with us and come along to training sessions." said Charlton Community Trust director, Jason Morgan.
Charlton's training sessions are being supervised by community coach and former Charlton winger Paul Mortimer. Anyone interested in attending training should call Jason Morgan on (020) 8850 2866 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or just turn up on the night. Training takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8pm to 10pm at Charlton Athletics Training Ground, Sparrows Lane, New Eltham, SE9.
A limited number of places are still available on the club's centre of excellence and academy schemes for girls.
Jason Morgan continued: "At the centre of excellence, where we operate at under-10, 12, 14 and 16 age levels, we have 55 to 60 girls already, but we are looking for up to 80 in total. At the academy we have almost 30 but would like to take that number to 40."
The GMB union and Centre Circle Management Limited have provided the finance necessary to re-establish the women's first team, while a partnership of Canterbury High School, Greenwich Council, London Leisure College, the Football Association and the Premier League, plus parents, have enabled the Academy and Centre of Excellence to continue. The Valley Gold committee has also donated £10,000 towards the cost of playing kit.
For more information on Charlton's women's set up, call (020) 8850 2866, or e-mail email@example.com.
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