Former Leeds United captain Frazer Richardson today completed a free transfer move to The Valley. The 26 year old right back who made 171 appearances for Leeds United has signed a two year deal and will link up with the squad for the forthcoming two match tour of Ireland.
Charlton manager Phil Parkinson admitted he had been tracking Frazer for a while over the summer and was delighted to get Frazer on board. He said “He’s a good player and he’s got lots of experience in this division and higher. He’s been at Leeds a long time and perhaps now’s the time for him to have a fresh challenge. He will be a great addition for us and we look forward to working with him.”
I personally think Frazer will be a fantastic aquisition for Charlton and it would not surprise me if he leads the side out on the opening day against Wycombe Wanderers at The Valley.
For full details see the Charlton Athletic website www.cafc.co.uk
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