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Parkinson Post Huddersfield

Charlton slipped to their first League 1 defeat of the season at Huddersfield Town on Saturday afternoon, going down 3-1.

Phil Parkinson believes that we started the game well and were the better team for a large period but the concession of two quick goals turned the game in The Terrier's favour, Parkinson told BBC London 94.9: "In the first half I thought we started very well.

"In the first twenty five minutes we were the better team but then we conceded two quick goals and gave Huddersfield a huge lift."

Even in the second half The Addicks Boss felt we had our chances but chasing the game left us open at the back and this was exploited, adding: "In second half we had a lot of good openings but we left ourselves exposed at the back."

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Writer: Charlton Addickt  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday August 29 2010

Time: 12:26PM

Your Comments

LOL, wonder if he was watchin the same game...poor showing from your boys im afraid and once they went behind that was curtains for you
Terrier24
Thankyou for your kind and most descriptive summary of the game...now bog off
weloveyoucharlton
Come on w........charlton that wasnt very nice.Poor old 24 didnt deserve that surely! Must say your lads didn't look half the side that battered us last season,whats changed?
80s terrier
on reflection I was a bit sharp..I was having a bad day a really really bad day and not feeling very loving to anyone except my dog! I am very sorry... Am I forgiven?
weloveyoucharlton
Yes, as we happily still have the 3 points :D
Terrier24
 

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