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Full Voices Needed

Full Voices Needed

The bottom of the table has never been tighter, and the addicks are just 1 single goal above the drop zone. Sheffield Utd's loss was a result that all of us could celebrate on Saturday but Arsenal let us down big time.

You have to give full credit to Curb's and West Ham as a result against Arsenal is always a big achievement. That result has brought West Ham back from the dead and we are now just 2 points ahead of them.

Charlton's draw at Man City was a good result but if we are going to stay up we must win at home.

Monday night's match with Reading is another winnable game and the crowd have got a big part to play. During our recent good run the fans have been in full voice and this has encouraged the boys to get the results we need.

Monday night gives us a perfect chance to show the nation via Sky's TV coverage that we mean business at The Valley.

Let`s make sure we are loud right before the kick off and call the boys on for what is another massive game.

The finish line is in sight and the players and the crowd must not let up on the efforts we have been showing of late.

Let`s get another BIG three points against Reading and start to pull away from the bottom three. A lose could make things very uncomfortable.

Keep The Faith



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Date:Sunday April 8 2007
Time: 10:02PM

Comments

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I hope we can get a comfortable win out of this match. imagine what a 3-0 could do for us with 5 to play. Come on you addicks
Pardew is God
08/04/2007 22:04:00
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every game is a cup final for you lot! be your teams twelth man! it's great that almost every team is either not safe or fighting for europe!
EvertonMike
09/04/2007 00:50:00
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Without doubt this is one of the tightest ends to a Premiership season.
davecook
20/04/2007 15:15:00
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