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Friday night football

There were said to be close to 4,000 Addick’s at Craven Cottage last night which will encourage Katrien Meire with her machinations of Friday night football at The Valley. 366 more words

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Fulham 3 Charlton Athletic 0

A little bit of perspective needed.

Fulham have a huge parachute payment, a bigger budget, a bigger squad and better players. We have punched above our weight so far this season, Fulham have had a really poor start and Felix Magath must be the worst man-manager that ever lived. 383 more words

Charlton

Good flow

“We get good results, there is a good flow around Charlton. People are starting to respect us again and for me that’s the most important thing.” 581 more words

Charlton

Ooh Scotty Parker: Why I won't be booing my former hero at Fulham

When Charlton fans travel to Craven Cottage tonight, special attention will likely be given to one man in particular.

Despite the fact it’s been over a decade since the two parted ways, our match against Fulham will mark just the third reacquaintance between Charlton and Scott Parker. 474 more words

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Trip up The Thames for Charlton

Charlton will be in front of the Sky Sports cameras on Friday night when they travel up stream to fellow London club, Fulham.

Charlton’s win midweek over second bottom Bolton was the reaction that was required of Bob Peeters’ side after the first defeat of the season away at Bournemouth. 976 more words

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Jackson Steps Up Again

It’s been well over a year since I last blogged about Charlton. Moving back to the UK, finding somewhere to live and starting a new job all meant that blogging about football had to be put on the sidelines. 283 more words

Bolton

Tucudean Torments Trotters

Last night, the Valley played stage to a tight clash between Bob Peeters’ “perennial strugglers” and Neil Lennon’s Bolton Wanderers. Charlton edged the game with two very well taken goals from George Tucudean and skipper Johnnie Jackson before former Crystal Palace left back Dean Moxey pulled one back. 887 more words

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