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Charlton line up Lee Clarke as Bowyer successor

According to Sky Sports, Lee Bowyer would consider trading Charlton for QPR, who recently sacked their manager, Steve McClaren, and the Addicks hierarchy are already looking at a replacement for the man who has guided them into the play-off places despite ongoing uncertainty surrounding his future.

Bowyer, who was appointed as permanent boss back in September, has yet to be offered a new deal at The Valley despite the excellent job he has done and the club could soon pay the price for their procrastination, with Championship outfit QPR circling.

While the prospect of letting Bowyer go, be it before the end of the season or after, is unthinkable from an Addicks fan’s point of view, Roland Duchatelet and co already seem to have accepted that the 42-year-old could depart and have subsequently set their sights on former Newcastle manager Lee Clarke, according to The Sun.

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The 46-year-old has been out of work since a brief stint with Bury two years ago but is ready to make a return to management – could that be with Charlton? What do you think, Addicks fans, would you be happy if Bowyer was replaced by Clark in the coming weeks or months? Let us know in the comments below…

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