Monthly Archives: March 2014

REPORT: Derby 3 – 0 Charlton

Charlton, teetering on the brink, stuttering to safety. Hammered 3-0. Win 1-0. Then hammered 3-0 again. We have enough to stay up, but a glorious march away from the relegation zone is not on the cards. If there was a … Continue reading

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Reserve Judgement On Riga Until The End Of The Season

He undoubtedly needs a new suit and tie combo, but beyond that Jose Riga has made a decent first impression on Charlton fans in his first five games. If you ignore the capitulation to Burnley then you’ve got two deserved … Continue reading

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Battered By Burnley, First Riga Impressions & More

A lot has happened since my last post-match blog, posted after the Sheffield United debacle. I’m sure you don’t need a recap. But hopefully you’ll forgive me for not focusing too much on today’s game against Burnley. Besides, there really … Continue reading

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Diego Poyet: Chased By Barcelona & Arsenal, But Made In Charlton

Charlton players your non-Charlton supporting mates have heard of; they are a rare breed. Scott Parker was one. Jonjo Shelvey was another. Yann Kermorgant briefly flirted with becoming one but never quite made it. But Diego Poyet is destined to … Continue reading

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The Big Kermorgant Interview: “Sacking Powell Was Not The Solution”

Just over six weeks since he was shown the exit door, Yann Kermorgant will be back at The Valley on Tuesday night. Unfortunately for us, he will be lining up for the Cherries and not for the Addicks. It’s unfortunate because … Continue reading

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Powell Sacking Raises Serious Questions About Duchâtelet

One chapter ends, another begins. The Chris Powell era is officially over. Roland Duchatelet’s is in full swing. Powell was a club legend and his sacking deeply saddened. For what he did for the club and what he meant to … Continue reading

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Powell: “I would never walk away from this great club”

Chris Powell has spoken publicly for the first time since his sacking on Tuesday. In a statement issued by the LMA, the Charlton legend showed all the class, dignity and respect we have come to expect from him. He has thanked … Continue reading

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Thank You Chris, You Deserved Better.

Thanks for everything Chris. Thanks for the last three years. Thanks for rescuing this club from its lowest ebb. For spectacularly reversing a downhill trajectory. For restoring our pride in Charlton. For taking us back to a level where we … Continue reading

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4 Thoughts: Crippled Charlton Steamrollered, Cousins Wide Doesn’t Work & More

1) It passed us by. Regret. That’s the overwhelming emotion after a day like yesterday. For us it’s regret that we went without sleep on Saturday night, that we poured our money into coaches, hotels and tickets. Regret that we … Continue reading

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Powell: “Parzyszek Earmarked For Next Season”

Piotr Parzyszek‘s record of 26 goals in 39 for De Graafschap had Charlton fans salivating when he joined the club in January. Since then, however, sightings of the young striker have been few and far between. Beyond a fleeting substitute appearance … Continue reading

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