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Last Updated: Thursday, 17 June, 2004, 10:03 GMT 11:03 UK
New Charlton role for Gritt
New Charlton Academy boss Steve Gritt
Gritt will replace Mick Browne in the academy role
Charlton have appointed former player and manager Steve Gritt as their new academy manager.

In addition to making 435 appearances for the club, Gritt was also joint manager alongside Alan Curbishley between 1991 and 1995.

Gritt later went on to manage Brighton between 1996-98 and was also assistant manager and caretaker boss at Millwall.

"Over the next few years I hope to be able to continue the good work which has gone before," said Gritt.

He added: "I'm very excited by the prospect of returning to Charlton, a club which is dear to my heart and one that I know well."

Chief executive Peter Varney was pleased to have secured the services of Gritt.

"I am delighted that Steve has agreed to join us in what is a vital role for the club," said Varney.

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