Discussion in 'football' started by bromley, Jun 21, 2017.
Have you stopped going mate ?
I'm pleased Truro got an away draw with such a big gate. They've played incredibly this season (highest placed Cornish side ever, I think) and they deserve a windfall like this.
I have been boycotting home games since the start of the 16/17 season and only go to aways.
First Cornish side since the 1969 I think.
Hopefully, just hopefully... Voice of The Valley - an independent Charlton Athletic fanzine - Home
Really strong performance against a good Bradford side. Sarr and Kashi superb. You can see where we need a little more up front, though.
I keep catching a quick glance at this thread
Roland have finally done it
I thought McDonald's was going to close down.
Lowest EVER Charlton crowd tonight, 741 that includes the exile. Lowest ever JPT Crowd was around 3.5k.
Changes to the competition and ownership have led to this shocker.
and there was someone grousing on CL earlier that they weren't going to open all the stands for this game...
That's atrocious. But it's a shit competition and putting it in group format is stupid if you ask me.
I hate evening games, especially in the winter. I'm not going to go to a load more for a nothing cup.
Bad news chaps, although we lost last night (4 figure crowd) we're in to the next round!
Also some non-league club is trying to create a rivalry with us. Are we palace in disguise?
This may be of interest!
An evening with Alan Curbishley and Chris Powell
Thanks for that. I've ordered. It's round the corner from work on a day I'm working from home
Shame, you missed out on a great night. Sadly it was cut short as someone fell ill but he has recovered.
I was there. The facepalm wA due to having to do my work commute on a day I was at home.
I really enjoyed it. A real shame it ended the way it did and I hope the guy was ok.
It was a great night. Never seen Curbs as relaxed as that - shame they did it for Facebook as I'm sure he would have been even franker without the camera. Glad to hear the chap at the end is okay.
Roland Duchâtelet ready to sell Charlton after fan protests
That's been reported all season.
Don't let the door hit your arse on the way out, Katrien...
Katrien Meire to stand down as Charlton Athletic CEO
I may be able to reattend my second home soon.
Miere gets a new CEO job straight away at Sheffield Wednesday.
That coupled with video replays, the game is dead.
Richard Murray - "no fire sale of players" - CAS Trust
Rick Everett is reporting a done deal.
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