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We’re not just looking to get out of League One’ – Charlton Athletic boss Nathan Jones on longer-term goal

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Nathan Jones has given an explanation for his lack of bold predictions concerning Charlton Athletic’s promotion the following season.

The Addicks had gone 14 games without a loss in League One, with 10 of those games ending in draws, before their loss to Wycombe Wanderers on the last day of play.
In February, with relegation as a concern, Jones was named manager. That run of victories kept the former Premier League team out of danger.

The Welshman’s first transfer window since taking over from Michael Appleton officially opens on June 1. The Welshman appears bent on performing considerable surgery throughout the off-season to shape the team more to his liking.

“We aim to win 46 league games in the upcoming season,” Jones stated to the South London Press. “Our goal is to win 46 football games this season. Since it has never been done before, it most likely won’t be feasible. But we’ll make an effort to do that. We will attempt to win the fourth game even if we lose the first, second, and third games.

“We’re going to do our hardest to succeed. We won’t leave with the attitude that we must be promoted the following season. No, it’s returning a football team to its rightful place.

“In order to rebuild this into the outstanding football team that it once was and still is at its core, we must make some difficult decisions. Now, that’s fantastic if it means we have a great season and get promoted. If not, we must assess the reason why.But rest assured, we’re not only trying to get out of League One—we’ve had conversations with the club’s administration over the phone. However, we don’t announce that we’re going to get promoted and then, in two years, we’re going to

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