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A selection of the latest CAFC news and blog posts.
Bristol Rovers, Charlton Athletic and Lincoln City suffer transfer blow Bristol Rovers, Charlton Athletic and Lincoln City were all said to be interested in the Dundalk midfielder, who was set to be out of contract in January.
Charlton Athletic boss looks set to take youngster out of side for Portsmouth's "physical" test Lee Bowyer is set to take Toby Stevenson out of his starting line-up for Charlton's game at Portsmouth tomorrow. The 19-year-old full-back made his first League One appearance in Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Blackpool. Charlton have first-choice left-back Lewis Page out with injury.
Donohue absent again for Pompey but closing in on return Midfielder Tom Naylor will be hoping to retain his place in the starting line-up after returning for the victory over Southend, with Ben Close another option should Pompey boss Kenny Jackett want to freshen up the side. Charlton could again have to do without Jamie Ward as they aim to get back into the top six.
Memorable Matches: Charlton Athletic 2-5 Manchester City Andy Cole 25, 84, Darren Bent 36, Trevor Sinclair 37, Joey Barton 69, Jay Bothroyd 73, Darius Vassell 79. Teams:. Charlton Athletic: Dean Kiely, Hermann Hreidarsson, Chris Perry, Jonathan Spector, Luke Young, Matt Holland, Alexei Smertin, Danny Murphy, Darren Ambrose, Darren Bent, Jonatan Johansson.
Blackpool 2 Charlton Athletic 1 Oh well, at least we can concentrate on the Cup. Oh. Always going to happen wasn't it after wee rested the whole team to whimper out of the Cup, the next league game 7 days later we conceded a late winner. Meanwhile Doncaster scored 4 away from home. Blackpool also put out a strong side last week.
Blackpool 2-1 Charlton Athletic: Matt Scrafton's match verdict on crucial win in race for League One play-offs I always had the feeling Saturday's game against Charlton Athletic would be a true test of where this Blackpool team are currently at. READ MORE: The thoughts of Terry McPhillips on Blackpool's 2-1 win against Charlton.
Blackpool 2-1 Charlton Athletic: Matt Scrafton's player ratings from crucial win against League One play-off rivals Blackpool earned a crucial 2-1 win against their League One play-off rivals Charlton Athletic courtesy of Nathan Delfouneso's late goal. READ MORE: The thoughts of Terry McPhillips on Blackpool's 2-1 win against Charlton. Here's how Pool's players rated:.
Lee Bowyer felt a referee decision changed the course of the game during Charlton's 2-1 loss at Blackpool Charlton boss Lee Bowyer bemoaned a refereeing decision after his side fell to a late 2-1 defeat at Blackpool. Armand Gnanduillet had edged the hosts in-front during a lacklustre first-half from the South Londoners, but they were much-improved after the interval and drew level thanks to Joe Aribo.
Blackpool 2-1 Charlton Athletic: Addicks slip to late defeat at Bloomfield Road Charlton fell to a first defeat in five league games as Blackpool struck late at Bloomfield Road. The home side had led through Armand Gnanduillet's tap-in but were pegged back as the South Londoners improved after the break and Joe Aribo drew them level ten minutes into the second-half.
Blackpool v Charlton Athletic team news: Toby Stevenson set for first league appearance Toby Stevenson is set to make his first appearance in senior league football as he starts Charlton's trip to Blackpool this afternoon. The full-back, who turned 19 last month, comes in for Naby Sarr who sits amongst the substitutes in what is the only change from the Addicks' last league fixture away to Burton Albion.
Blackpool v Charlton Athletic LIVE: Updates from Bloomfield Road Blackpool return to league action today after an eight-day break as they take on League One play-off rivals Charlton Athletic.
Charlton Athletic Women lose 5-0 to Arsenal Ladies in FA League Cup Vivianne Miedema and Katie McCabe both bagged braces as Arsenal ran out 5-0 winners against Charlton Athletic in the FA Continental Tyres League Cup at Meadow Park. Dutch striker Miedema scored two and set one up for McCabe as Arsenal sealed their place in the quarter-finals with a game to spare after dominating the game throughout.
Charlton Athletic boss Bowyer wins Manager of the Month - but doesn't believe in any curse linked to award Lee Bowyer picked up his first Manager of the Month award today - and is no believer in any kind of curse associated with the honour. The Charlton Athletic boss saw his side win all four of their November matches and he collected the League One trophy ahead of Gareth Ainsworth, Kenny Jackett and Nathan Jones.
Where Bristol Rovers, Sunderland, Charlton Athletic and Portsmouth rank in unique League One attendance table An interesting metric for measuring attendances.
Monthly Gong For One Of Our Own Charlton manager Lee Bowyer has won League One manager of the month after a spectacular November which saw the Addicks win 4 out of 4 league matches first of which came in the form of a 2-0 win against Doncaster at home, unfortunately we played them in the FA Cup and they turned the result around on its head in what was our first game in December.
Only one Charlton manager has better win record than Lee Bowyer in first 30 games in charge Lee Bowyer has the best win ratio of any permanent Charlton manager during Roland Duchatelet's reign - and his start to life in The Valley hotseat is only trumped by one boss.
Memory Match: Blackpool 5-1 Charlton Athletic, 1978 Matt Scrafton trawls through the archives to take a look back at Blackpool's 5-1 home win against Charlton Athletic on January 14, 1978. Blackpool registered their biggest home score for four seasons and Bob Hatton became the first Seasider to record three hat-tricks in a season since the days of Jimmy Hampson.
Blackpool - first team performance required Gary Bowyer - who over saw their promotion from League Two and their top half finish last season - resigned after one game this season, apparently for personal reasons. His assistant Terry McPhillips took over on a caretaker basis but has since been given a one year contract.
90% of fans reject Duchatelet's criticism Ninety per cent of Charlton supporters disagree with Roland Duchatelet's assessment of where the blame should be apportioned for the club's problems. In his recent TalkSport interview with Jim White Duchatelet advanced three theories about how the actions of supporters had been disadvantageous to the club, so we asked supporters what they thought.
Foodbank donations at next two home games Donations of non-perishable foods are welcomed.
Blackpool nearing full strength for visit of League One play-off rivals Charlton Athletic Terry McPhillips has revealed his Blackpool side are almost back to full strength ahead of this weekend's crucial League One clash against Charlton Athletic. READ MORE: Terry McPhillips plays down rumours linking Blackpool with Yeovil Town winger.
Charlton Athletic must be kicking themselves over £20m Bradley Dack Such a fee would be monumental for the Championship player and would also have Charlton Athletic kicking themselves. That's because the Addicks let Dack go at the age of 14. Charlton have a great recent track record with young talent. Ademola Lookman, Ezri Konsa and Joe Gomez all have bright futures in the game.
Charlton manager Bowyer reveals why he couldn't take risks for FA Cup tie - and how Doncaster tie told him one player isn't ready yet "So three players who we used on Tuesday couldn't train. You think: 'Wow, I can't risk anyone else if they are struggling'. Even Joe Aribo was still sore from the Burton game - and he's a machine." Bowyer made nine changes for the Doncaster tie and believes it was still productive in terms of gauging where some of his other players are at.
Charlton pay the price as FA Cup is not a major priority for boss Lee BowyerÂ A bespoke Charlton side, tailored by Lee Bowyer to fit the FA Cup but intended to spare key personnel for the prioritised business of league games, made a predictable exit from the worldâs oldest football competition at the hands of promotion rivals Doncaster Rovers.
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