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Posts tagged ‘Liam Millar’

Charlton Athletic 1 Hull City 0

Happy to see us finish the season on a high. It may have been a sloppy own goal that gave us the win, but it was good to see us keep going at the end looking for another goal.

A very decent return this week, but as expected we just miss out on the Play-Off’s by goal difference with Oxford comfortably seeing off Burton 4-0 whilst down on the south coast Pompey choked at home to Accrington.

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Plymouth Argyle 0 Charlton Athletic 6

Well if there was ever a day to hide bad news, then today was it, but there was nothing bad about tonight’s result.

Laughably, we can now, we didn’t get out of our own half in the first ten minutes as Plymouth pressed from the off and forced corner after corner.

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Charlton Athletic 2 Gillingham 3

Another three conceded at home. Another defeat. Another miserable day.

The pitch was only passed fit less than an hour before kick-off with loud mouth Evans wanting the game off, and Charlton wanting the game played…. of course!

That’s quite a crushing defeat knocking any renewed confidence after last week and proving again that this is not a promotion winning team. There are a good 7-8 sides consistently better than us. In fact we have not dominated a team above us in any league meeting this season and the games keep getting ticked off.

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Millar time

On the face of it, we have to be quite pleased with this early transfer business. Two players signed up in positions that badly need attention (our defence is still a slice of Edam cheese though).

Ronnie Schwartz has an enviable record and Liam Millar comes with a good pedigree and desperately needed pace.

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Ronnie’s in the hus

As anticipated Ronnie Schwartz signed for Charlton today on a two and a half year contract for an undisclosed amount of Krona.

Courted in the late summer, but eventually our last minute offer turned down, Thomas has finally got his man, and Ronnie becomes the first non-British permanent signing of the Bowyer/Gallen era.

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