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Baggies Just Another Game for Pardew

Many people are viewing the Addicks match with West Brom on Saturday as a big six pointer (which it is isn't it?) but Alan Pardew is playing this down.

As for as the Addicks boss is concerned to a large degree this is merely another match in the context of the season, but he might be able to gage who is the stronger out of the two sides, both of which will be depleted, the Addicks through suspension of key personnel and the Baggies with injuries: "I don't see it as being anywhere near a crunch game at this point in the season; there are too many important games to go," Alan Pardew told the Addicks website.

"But I do feel it is an important one on the calendar with regards to how the game unfolds. The result is important, but there might be more to the performance.

"For example, we will want to know how much stronger are we than them, or how much stronger are they than us? That will be a big issue after the game to analyse."

With the match being shown live as an early Sky Sports offering on Saturday if there could be a winner then they would take over (albeit temporarily) from Watford at the summit of the Championship table, which would be a big psychological boost.

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The Journalist

Writer: Charlton Addickt  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 14 2007

Time: 9:23AM

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To a large extent it is another match, and AP has to play it down slightly but it must be a six-pointer really already at this stage of the season, with the chance for either side to go top too that would add extra importance.
Charlton Addickt
It's another game - but the league is played over a season! Nah, we all know how important it is, don't we? And can I just say how much I LOVE that picture of him! He truly is gorgeous, isn't he? Hehe I have that as my wall-paper on my computer :) Such a sexy picture.... okay I'll stop going on about it now!!!!
Pardew is Sexy
It was a big game, but it's not the be all and end all. I thought you would like that new picture lassie, there is another new one used today!
Charlton Addickt
You know me too well - hehe :)
Pardew is Sexy
 

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