Monthly Archives: November 2013

Dynamo Dale’s The Heartbeat Of Our Midfield

What. A. Goal. Dale Stephens’ volley on Tuesday was one of the best seen at The Valley, a strike that far outshone anything the Champions League had to offer that night. Johnnie Jackson’s reaction said it all. As the ball … Continue reading

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4 Thoughts: We Must Keep Cameron Stewart & More

1) Has Stephens become our most important player? Whether or not Dale Stephens is our best player is a debate for another day. But it’s hard to pick a player more integral to our current set up. We undoubtedly miss … Continue reading

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Cameron Stewart: “I Want To Stay”

Cameron Stewart has told Valley Talk that he would like to extend his loan spell at Charlton. When asked if he’d like to stay in South London the winger replied: “Yeah of course, I’m happy here at the moment.”

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Powell: “We Needed More Belief”

Chris Powell believes Charlton could and should have done more to hurt QPR during yesterday’s defeat. He said: “You’ve got to take the game to teams like this at times…I really felt we could have gone forward with a bit … Continue reading

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MATCH REPORT: QPR 1 – 0 Charlton

Charlton fans have become accustomed to good performances away to the best sides in the division and today’s trip was no break from what we’re used to – even if the result is one we’ll want to forget about quickly. … Continue reading

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Charlton vs QPR Stats Preview

Away to QPR. A side with 14 internationals managed by the supposed peoples choice for England manager. It doesn’t get much tougher. You probably already know just how well-stocked the billionaires from West-London are, but I put together some infographics to … Continue reading

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4 Thoughts On Charlton v Leeds: Addicks domination undone by ruthless McCormack

1) The scoreline didn’t reflect the game. One of the most frustrating aspects of following a club that exists outside the the media magnifying glass afforded to the Premier League is that when you lose a game you didn’t really … Continue reading

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Is Watching Football A Crime?

Earlier this year I went to watch Charlton play Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. Watching your team play away in a derby gets the blood pumping like not much else. It’s more than the meaning of the match; it’s the … Continue reading

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Charlton 1/4 Season Review: 10 reasons for optimism, 10 reasons for worry

10 Reasons For Optimism: 1) We’re unbeaten in four. 2) Three clean sheets in a row. 3) The emergence of Jordan Cousins. This kid is the real deal. 4 We’ve largely had to cope without our three superheroes. Golden boy … Continue reading

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