Charlton Athletic have appointed Johnnie Jackson because the membership’s everlasting manager.
The 39-year-old signed a contract which is able to renew on the finish of the subsequent two seasons relying on the group’s success on the pitch.
Since taking on as caretaker manager for a second time in October following the departure of Nigel Adkins, Jackson has overseen seven wins in 10 league video games for the Addicks – probably the most profitable begin for any Charlton manager within the group’s historical past.
Speaking to CharltonTV, Jackson mentioned: “I’m very pleased and very proud this morning. I have a special relationship with this football club, it is coming on 12 years now. I’ve been through some emotional times, highs and lows, which mould you into a certain character and this is the culmination of the story.
“The players have been absolutely brilliant. I can’t speak highly enough of them. The players and the staff have brought into what I am trying to do and they have helped facilitate results. I believe in everyone around me, I know that they are first class and will take the club forward.”
Jackson was signed by Charlton in 2010 and went on to make 279 appearances, scoring 55 league objectives. He has been with the membership for 2 of their promotions to the Championship, as soon as as membership captain in 2011/12 and once more as assistant manager in 2019/20.
Of the appointment, Charlton proprietor Thomas Sandgaard mentioned: “We have all seen the affect Johnnie has had since he took over. You can see that within the outcomes, which have been wonderful.
“Johnnie has a passion for the club, a connection with supporters, players and staff and a real knowledge of the game, so I’m delighted that he’s our new permanent manager.”
Charlton are eleventh in League One and play Plymouth on Saturday.