Charlton Move For Mark Marshall

Last updated : 16 June 2017 By CNS Sport/AO

Former Coventry City winger Mark Marshall has joined Charlton Athletic.

Marshall rejected a new deal with Bradford City for whom he played 45 times last season including in the League One Play-Off Final at Wembley against Millwall.

However, he has decided to leave Valley Parade and join former Bradford City player Billy Clarke at Charlton Athletic.

Marshall, who is originally from London, told Charlton's club website: “It’s a dream come true, as a youth you always want to play for a local team.

"Being back home and being around a big club with a big history, it’s a big thing for me. I’m looking to come and hit the ground running."

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England U21's, who are managed by former Coventry City manager Aidy Boothroyd, drew 0-0. Former City loanee Jack Stephens was on the bench.

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