This weekend began a five-week period of Saturday / Tuesday fixtures, which means a total of eleven games in thirty-five days! A challenge in itself for Robinson to ensure he can keep his squad fully fit for an exhaustive schedule. Charlton showed another weak mental performance on Saturday against AFC Wimbledon, which ultimately led to the … More Charlton must search for redemption at Boundary Park
Charlton failed once again to kill a game off and ensure that the Addicks secured another three points. The lack of mental fortitude in the closing stages of the game against Wimbledon and Fleetwood has meant that Charlton does not sit two points of the play-offs with two games in hand! Josh Magennis returned to … More Charlton show a chronic lack of mental fortitude
Despite how rather cliche the title of this post is, I think it carries relevance and has genuine meaning for what I am about to discuss. The little soldier Bradley Lowery is somewhat of a name within the footballing family and community which has become a lot more apparent in recent months. He is a … More Football will never be just a sport!
Earlier in the week Andrew Crofts had an interview with the local press, and stated that since their win against Bolton, where an impressive and valiant effort with 10 men lead to a 2-1 win, Charlton have decided they would approach all remaining games, beginning with Fleetwood Town last Saturday as “Cup Finals”. It is a … More Match Preview: AFC Wimbledon v Charlton Athletic “Cup Final”
Charlton entered this fixture full of confidence and high hopes after an impressive victory and battle against Bolton Wanderers. A team to be fielded against Fleetwood which were part of that impressive Bolton performance, but with Ricky Holmes starting and Lewis Page being unavailable due to the red card he picked up at the Macron. … More Late tactical ineptness leads to a two point slip
On Saturday, Charlton Athletic will welcome fourth place Fleetwood Town to The Valley, which will be one of the Addicks’ greatest challenges of the season, as the current ambitions for playoff push require a run of victories. All Charlton fans are well aware that February will be the defining month of our season, where the … More A start as we mean to go on?
On deadline day of the winter transfer window, Charlton Athletic confirmed their fifth signing of the window. The highly-rated Arsenal youngster, Stephy Mavididi was confirmed as moving to The Valley until the end of the season. The temporary move to Charlton will be Stephy’s first professional move, with hope to improve for his parent club … More Who is Stephy Mavididi?