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A mountain to climb

Sunday 21 January 2024 Yesterday’s game at Burton was a huge disappointment. Charlton dominated the first half, but defensive lapses put another dent in the renewed optimism, that came with signing new players, and defeat became inevitable. Michael Appleton seems at a loss as to… Read More »A mountain to climb

A striker at last!

Saturday 20 January 2024 Charlton u21’s enjoyed a 2-0 half time lead at Norwich last night but the hosts came back strongly to win 4-2 with four second half goals. Lots of transfer news from yesterday. Yet to be confirmed by Charlton but looks like… Read More »A striker at last!

Celtic game of two halves

Friday 19 January 2024 Yesterday was the 60th day of January and another of yoga, walking, Spanish lessons, more yoga and more Spanish lessons day for me. In the evening Marianne and I ventured into Glasgow for the opening night at Celtic Connections. No not… Read More »Celtic game of two halves

Another Scottish Addick

Wednesday 17 January 2024 Transfer rumours yesterday were about the Jonson Clarke-Harris deal being difficult to close on as he can’t agree personal terms. He may decide he’ll get a better deal if he hangs on until the summer and becomes a free agent.Charlton seem… Read More »Another Scottish Addick

Well done Mel

Monday 15 January 2024 Are we still in January I hear you ask? Not even half way through yet I reply. The women’s team had a very good 4-1 win at Ipswich Town, going behind to an early goal then bringing their opponents down with… Read More »Well done Mel

Addicks to down the Town?

Sunday 14 January 2024 Well not the ‘Pounding for Posh’ we were hoping for yesterday but at least the second half performance was a big improvement on the first and Alfie May is back and scoring again. The three new signings, who got minutes on… Read More »Addicks to down the Town?

Posh in for a pounding?

Saturday 13 January 2024 I pondered over the reference to ‘888’ at the Fan meeting on Wednesday. This was depicted as how the management team see a future first team squad shaping up over the next year or so. Somewhere in the recess of my… Read More »Posh in for a pounding?