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Peterborough's Lee expects big changes at London Road

Charlie Lee
Charlie Lee has featured in both of Gary Johnson's two games in charge

Peterborough United could be a very different club next season, according to midfielder Charlie Lee.

Posh currently have a squad of over 30 players and 23-year-old Lee believes new manager Gary Johnson may be looking to move many on in the summer.

He told BBC Radio Cambridgeshire: "There's always a good chance when a new manager comes in that it might not be the club for you any more.

"What the gaffer thinks of you when he first sees you is massive."

With Posh already relegated from the Championship the players have only two more games to convince Johnson, the club's fourth manager of the season, that he should keep them on for next season.

Saturday's humiliating 6-0 defeat to Reading would not have helped anyone's cause, but Lee is trying to learn from the result.

He said: "Reading did a lot of good things, they put the pressure on from the start and in the next couple of years that's what we've got to get to.

"We're not giving up on this season. We've got a lot to learn from the next two games and then take it into next year."

Peterborough's remaining fixtures see them play Blackpool at home before making the long trip to Plymouth Argyle.

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see also
Johnson warns Peterborough squad
19 Apr 10 |  Peterborough
Reading 6-0 Peterborough
17 Apr 10 |  Championship
Lee happy to be Posh utility man
08 Jul 09 |  Peterborough
Lee keen to stay at London Road
21 May 08 |  Peterborough

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