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Hartlepool United 0 Charlton Athletic 4

Wow. Another stunning away result yesterday. I listened in on the radio and it was about as plain sailing as you will ever get. The goals were perfectly timed.

The opener within the first ten minutes from probably the first worthwhile attack from either side, BWP’s second came as I thought about my half-time cuppa, the third was not long into the 2nd half to squash any hopes of a Pools comeback and the fourth from substitute Waggy was what they call in County Durham the icing on the cake pet.

Powell somewhat surprisingly went with an unchanged team for the third game running, putting pay to those that bellyache about poor footballers playing too many games and travelling too many miles.

Three wins in a week, two on the road, I don’t quite know what to do with myself!

Addicks at Victoria Park: Addicks Third Division Diary; Doctor Kish.
Powell-ometer: Stephens will feel aggrieved to be left out but Powell stuck with his philosophy to keep a winning line up and the manager will have a big smile his face on that coach journey back from Hartlepool.
Elsewhere: Huddersfield left it late to snatch a fortunate victory at bottom side Yeovil. Semedo scored as Wednesday won at Wycombe 2-1, 15-year old Jordan Ibe getting the Chairboys goal. Wednesday’s neighbours United were involved in a 8-goal thriller at Bramall Lane with in-form Exeter, Notts County were beaten at Colchester 4-2 as were Tranmere by the same score at Scunthorpe. Preston lost at home to Bournemouth although MK Dons won away at Walsall. Brentford beat Chesterfield 2-1 and Carlisle and Oldham shared 6 goals after the Cumbrians came from 3-

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