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Football Returns for the Addicks

Football Returns for the Addicks

It is only a few days until the Championship season gets back into full swing, and the Addicks face the tough task of a trip to Layer Road to face Colchester.

The international break saw a break to the Championship calendar, which possibly came at the wrong time for the Addicks as they had just won three matches on the spin, two in the league and one in the cup, but what can you do eh!

The Addicks are off to Layer Road this weekend and a meeting with the U's, last seasons surprise package in this division, so it will not be easy in the slightest but the Addicks would be favourites to continue their unbeaten run even with the formidable home record the U's have.

Chris Iwelumo, who joined the Addicks in the summer from the U's will be returning to Layer Raod, which is now the home of former Addicks striker Kevin Lisbie, and both players will be wanting to pull one over their previous employers, this matter is the subject of the current Vital Charlton poll, so make sure you have your vote.

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Writer:Charlton Addickt
Date:Wednesday September 12 2007
Time: 10:24AM

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It will be good to get back to business won't it. The trip to the U's will be a very tough trip, but momentum is with the Addicks so you would have to favour them, although a draw wouldn't be bad.
Charlton Addickt
12/09/2007 10:28:00
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just said in the forum, I'm looking forward to tonights game but am far more interested in my club. Club v Country? Charlton every time. How about you?
cafc77
12/09/2007 10:41:00
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Without doubt, I'm a very proud Englishman but I would take my club winning over country anytime.
Charlton Addickt
12/09/2007 10:54:00
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Well I'd say club too! I'm in the awkward position of supporting both Scotland and England - and I'm a happy bunny tonight!!!!!! :D
Pardew is Sexy
12/09/2007 23:45:00
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i dont support the jocks, but i am happy they beat the frogs...hope to meet you in the final of euro 2008...could happen....charlton more important than most things....hate international weeks, who will be injured etc...or go off the boil... iwelumo to get 2 in a big win for charlton!!
alexsinclaire
13/09/2007 04:09:00
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Good answers peps. I bet you were happy Pardew is Sexy, what a great result for the Scots. But it is back to the most important business now isn't it, lets just hope they all come back in one piece.
Charlton Addickt
13/09/2007 08:30:00
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Were??? Still am LOL Important business indeedy! Bring on Saturday I say - cannot WAIT!
Pardew is Sexy
13/09/2007 22:49:00
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