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Addicks Youngsters Sign Pro Deals

Charlton Athletic have offered professional contracts to five of their 2nd year Apprentices – Tamer Tuna, Yado Mambo, Ben Davisson, Carl Jenkinson and Lewis Perkins.

But the Club will not be offering terms to Jack Binks, Jordan Anderson, Liam Bellamy and Harry Pell, who will all leave The valley when their scholarships end this summer.

Speaking to the Club’s official website, Addicks Manager Phil Parkinson said:

“All the boys have been a credit to themselves in terms of their attitude throughout their time at the Club.”

“Those who have been given pro contracts have earned them, but we also wish those players who were unsuccessful all the best. They will leave us highly recommended and they have all got a chance of making it back into league football at some point.”

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