Charlton caretaker boss Lee Bowyer is looking forward to seeing his former Leeds United teammate Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink when the two go head-to-head on Good Friday.
The two played together at Leeds for two seasons between 1997 and 1999 and Bowyer has said while he will look to give his former teammate a hug but that they won’t be friends once the game kicks off between the Addicks and Hasselbaink's Northampton Town.
Bowyer said: “It will be strange because we played together and are good friends, so it’s like a different battle.
“It will be good, I look forward to seeing Jimmy, he’s a nice man, we had some good times together.
“I’ll try and say hello and give him a hug but whether he is busy or not I don’t know. It will be nice to see him but as you know once the game starts then we won’t be friends.”
The pair played together as Leeds finished 5th (1997-98) and then 4th (1998-99) in the Premier League with Hasselbaink scoring 16 and then 18 league goals while Bowyer chipped in with three and then nine.