Fry confident in new 'Dream Team'
POSH owner Barry Fry has been cooing to the local media about his 'Dream Team' of coaches and management.
Fry, who led United to play off glory at Wembley in 2000, thinks that in Andy Legg and Harrow Boro assistant boss Ken Charlery he has the right people to support him.
Legg has recently returned to London Road after illness and a spell with Conference South strugglers Newport County. It is fair to say his last spell with the club had its moments of controversy, but there is no doubting his experience.
People may not think it, but there was more to his game than just the long throw!
Charlery is arguably the most famous player of the modern era for Peterborough and is in part time to help take training.
I would also think that Fry is using him, and his passion for the club to 'bond' what he himself has admitted has been a divided dressing room.
POSH are at Orient this Saturday.
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