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Bulot & Viera. New names to conjure with

Two new names to conjure with as we reach the final week of the transfer window. Bored of Delort and Bahebeck? Then try these two for size. 277 more words


Huddersfield Town 1 Charlton Athletic 1

An injury time equaliser from Igor! Igor! Igor! kept the Addicks’ unbeaten run going this afternoon up at Huddersfield.

After the euphoria of being at The Valley on Tuesday I was left to follow the game on Twitter at Miami Airport where we were waiting for our connecting flight to Mexico City and I had all but accepted defeat until a very late and very welcome GOOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAALLLLLLL tweet came through from the OS. 316 more words


Négo moves on

No surprise to see Loïc Négo leave the club on loan this morning. After Joe Gomez’s performance on Tuesday night, Négo has effectively dropped to 4th choice right back behind Solly, Gomez and Wilson. 125 more words


My Valley homecoming

My first visit to The Valley on Tuesday night since the redecoration and I was impressed in the old girl, who scrubbed up very nicely. It wasn’t long ago that the club badge behind the Covered End was falling off the wall and Duchâtelet and Meire, who I think should take a lot of credit, have done a lot to make it look a far better stadium. 220 more words


The passing game

Tuesday night’s atmosphere was a little surreal I thought and certainly Addicks’ watchers are going to need to learn how to watch Peeters’ new look team. 686 more words


Charlton Athletic 3 Derby County 2

My first sight of the new revolution in SE7 last night and quite frankly I was astounded.

The first 10 minutes I sat in a kind of self contained bewilderment as Peeters’ side imposed their passing game on most people’s favourites for promotion. 1,178 more words


Charlton 3-2 Derby: New boys George Tucudean, Yoni Buyens and Igor Vetokele bag goals to maintain unbeaten start to the campaign

“epa04360348 Steaua Bucharest’s Alexandru Chipciu (L) reacts after scoring against PFC Ludogorets Razgrad, with Lukasz Szukala (R), during their UEFA Champions League play-offs, first leg soccer match, held on National Arena stadium, in Bucharest, Romania, 19 August 2014. 11 more words