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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: 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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Charlton 1 – 2 Barnsley: Don’t blame Harriott

Poor old Callum Harriott. It was the wrong place and the wrong time for him to have a stinker. This was a relegation “six-pointer”, billed by pundits in a pre-match video on the big screen as “the biggest game of … Continue reading

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Charlton’s Booming Academy Could Be The Start Of Something Special

Did we witness the start of something special this weekend? Johnnie Jackson’s colossal winner against QPR may well be the perfect instigator to a great escape. Monday night’s march to the quarter-finals of the cup could be the prelude to … Continue reading

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4 Things We Learned This Week

Yet another loss at home, this time to Burnley, spelt doom and gloom for many Addicks. Depressed by the lack of creativity in the side and concerned by the form of those below us, the game away to Peterborough suddenly … Continue reading

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