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2010/11 Fixtures

Charlton will again start with a home fixture against a promoted club when Bournemouth visit The Valley on 7 August.

The first away trip in the NPower League One will see The Addicks travel to Leyton Orient the following Saturday.

Alan Pardew's Southampton will visit The Valley on Boxing Day with a 1.00pm kick-off scheduled. The Addicks then travel to Brighton on 28 December and Colchester on New Year's Day.

The season ends with another home fixture against Hartlepool on 7 May.




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The Journalist

Writer: Red God Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 17 2010

Time: 9:21AM

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I just want the season over with CAFC in the Championship
weloveyoucharlton
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17/06/2010 17:19:00

We're not though are we weloveyoucharlton so we've got to make do with what we are and where we are and back it. I'm sure that you will though. I knpw what you mean though. Bournemouth first up with be tough.
Charlton Addickt
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21/06/2010 15:42:00

you can count on me....always
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