Monthly Archives: December 2014

Forest 1 – 1 Charlton: Callum Harriott asserts attacking credentials

As questions over a reliance on Igor Vetokele grew louder, as frustrations over a lack of firepower became more pronounced, Bob Peeters’ Charlton unleashed a new weapon at the City Ground on Saturday afternoon. Callum Harriott thrived in his new … Continue reading

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SLP Column: Why December will be crucial in Charlton’s season

For the first four months of the season, Charlton fans have dared to dream. In public utterances expectations have been mellowed, ambitions have been dulled. But we’ve all glanced at the league table and our proximity to the summit and … Continue reading

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SLP Column: Charlton fans shouldn’t write off George Tucudean because of one miss vs Millwall

Two weeks ago we watched Charlton draw another frustrating blank against Millwall. As expected, Bob Peeters’ side were superior in every department apart from finishing – a fact best summed up by George Tucudean’s late fluffed chance. At approximately 94 … Continue reading

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