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Boss Happy With Home Start

Boss Happy With Home Start

The Addicks will play host to Scunthorpe United as we undertake our first game outside the Premiership since 1999/2000.

And the Valley boss is looking forward to pitting his wits against The Iron on August 11th, saying: 'We're delighted it's a home game.

Pards told the official site, 'We're playing the champions of the division below, which in my experience will be very difficult. They will be really up for it as it is their first game in a higher league so it will be a tough match.'

He continued: 'We're really looking forward to the new season and there is not long to go now.

'We're starting to prepare and get players in to build the squad and are focusing on the new campaign.

'I hope we have the same sort of support we had last year from the fans, who have been magnificent since I returned to the club.'

To see our full fixture list visit www.cafc.co.uk






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Date:Thursday June 14 2007
Time: 1:39PM

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Iwelumo. Parky. Beware!
Matt_Us
14/06/2007 13:44:00
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And can you honestly blame him?
sandgroanun
16/06/2007 23:01:00
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You can never underestimate the underdogs especially when they are champions, with all the confidence they have gained. However i think your at home, and you do have the experience advantage
pandapops
17/06/2007 01:32:00
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I cant believe paddy power will give 12.1 on us winning the title. great bet i thinks
Pardew is God
20/06/2007 10:35:00
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Who would have predicted this fixture at the start of last season
miked_joker
29/07/2007 00:24:00
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