Tag Archives: Charlton Athletic

Play-Off Tickets Farce

Town have been assured of finishing in the League One Play-Offs for some weeks now, but a lack of preparation and common sense is making supporters suffer in their purchasing of tickets for the Charlton Athletic games. Town could have learnt from their opponents who cleverly operated an initiative whereby Addicks fans had been able to purchase tickets for their possible home leg since Sunday 2nd

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Parkinson & Wilson Reactions to Play-Off Semis

The London News Shopper¹ has provided the first reaction from Charlton Athletic manager Phil Parkinson to the League One Play-Off Semi-Final draw against Swindon. The matches pit the two teams against each other on Friday 14th May at the County Ground and the return leg on Monday 17th May at The Valley. Parkinson said: “Play-off games are always exciting. The quality

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Town v Millwall

Whatever happened at The New Den, the Leeds United result ultimately would determine which team was promoted. For a few moments after Leeds had gone down to 10 men it seemed the  impossible may happen and Rovers may defeat Leeds or at least hold them to a draw. Shortly after half time news of Rovers going 1-0 up fed through

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Charlton – 2 points dropped (again)

Whilst the talk this morning is of a lack of fitness against Charlton, which resulted in Town surrendering their single goal lead on Staurday.  There was more to this defeat than fitness, exposing an awful lot about Wilson and the squad. Austin looked very tired and despite working hard as usual, couldn’t be his typical attacking threat.  Wilson was too late to substitute

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Curse of the Manager of the Month?

With Danny Wilson today being nominated for the January League One Manager of the Month, it is often said that winning this award often sees the manager loosing the next match and / or suffering a dip in team form. Is the suspected curse active this season? Phil Parkinson (Charlton Athletic) won the August award.  Charlton went unbeaten in September

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