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Riga’s Departure Sees The Return Of Duchatelet Doubts

Charlton Athletic, it’s happened again. A popular manager departs and is replaced by an unknown. At the time of writing, it looks increasingly likely that Bob Peeters will take the place of Jose Riga as the new head coach of the … Continue reading

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The Charlton Bloggers’ Big End Of Season Review – Part 3

Here it is. The third and final (and best in this writer’s humble opinion) part of the Charlton bloggers’ end of season review… Who would you like to be our manager next season? David Norris: In a world in which Charlton … Continue reading

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4 Thoughts: Baffling Selection Sees Charlton Bruised By Blackburn

Charlton 1-3 Blackburn. Four most match thoughts: 1) A heads up for Jose; Wilson & Solly CAN play together. You’ve got to feel a little bit sorry for Jordan Cousins. Until Diego Poyet’s emergence, his Young Player of the Year award … Continue reading

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Players Don’t Deserve The Blame For This Disappointing Season

I left the The Valley late on Tuesday night. Long after the burger vans had been shut down and the floodlights switched off. I trudged up Floyd Road in the customary manner – head bowed, muttering rude words under my … 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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